The VEDECOM Institute is attending the 25th ITS World Congress in Copenhagen from 17 to 21 September 2018

The VEDECOM Institute for Energy Transition (ITE) is attending the World congress for intelligent transport systems (ITS), which this year is held in Copenhagen from 17 to 21 September 2018.

Stand E-065
Bella Center (10 minutes from the airport)
Center Blvd. 5, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark

Several experts from the Institute will talk about the latest results from their research at round tables and scientific conferences. They will also present VEDECOM’s expertise on stand E-065.

VEDECOM is working with its fifty members, all of them players in the French mobility ecosystem, on fifteen projects in three main fields, involving major societal changes, namely the electrification of vehicles; self-driving and connectivity; and shared mobility and energy. VEDECOM also collaborates with various partners in Europe and internationally.

At the ITS in Copenhagen, VEDECOM will also be presenting its new subsidiary VEDECOM Tech. Its purpose is to utilise VEDECOM’s R&D results to provide technological solutions and services to its clients, while remaining attuned to changes in the market. Some examples:

  • Increased perception and supervision of vehicles
  • Modelling and visualisation of urban mobility flows
  • Autonomous mobility services on request
  • Turn-key self-driving vehicle
  • Optimised thermal comfort, with electrical consumption minimised
  • Design and prototyping of innovative electrical machines



Special interest session:

Monday, September 17th
11h-12h30 : IOT advancing automated mobility and smart cities for improved quality of life
Avec Gilles LE CALVEZ, Directeur de Programme Véhicule
SIS04, salle BERLIN

Technical session:

Monday, September 17th
11h-12h30 : Modelling Timing Delays with Underlying Spatial Dynamics of in situ Point Geometry of Public Transport
TS03, salle PARIS

Tuesday, September 18th
1. 9h-10h30 – Automated buses: the future of (last-mile) public transport?
Par Nadège FAUL
SIS 16, salle TOKYO

2. 13h30-15h – Smart Villages : ITS in rural areas
Nadège FAUL

3. 13h30-15h – A Scenario-Based Hazard Analysis Approach Oriented to The Modelling of Autonomous Driving Functions
Antonello DE GALIZIA

Wednesday, September 19th
13h30-15h – Distributed Intelligence in PAC V2X Project
Oyunchimeg SHAGDAR

Thursday, September 20th
13h30-15h – Empty vehicle redistribution and fleet-size in autonomous taxi systems

For more information on the exhibition click here

To view the programme click here

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