Nearly 700 children came to play and learn about mobility with VEDECOM!

The VEDECOM Institute’s training team went to the Paris-Saclay Sciences Village in Gif-sur-Yvette on Friday, 4 October 2019. The day, which was organised as part of the Science Festival (or ‘Fête de la Science’), was focused on welcoming school children. Around 675 children came to the event and were able to learn about new mobility options at the VEDECOM stand through fun activities. This day confirmed the training team’s belief that mobility can be learned (starting at a young age), can be played with, and can be experienced!

As an R&D institute focused on sustainable mobility, the VEDECOM Institute has a mission to offer training and share expertise relating to the roll-out of new forms of mobility. Its purpose is to provide the general public with reliable scientific knowledge, all through a systems-based vision that integrates vehicles and mobility services. The trainings offered combine theory and practice and are created in direct collaboration with researchers. They take the form of awareness-raising initiatives and are aimed at designers and engineers in the mobility industry as well as local governments and the general public.


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