Testing & Learning about
DIGITAL MOBILITY SOLUTIONS
14th > 18th MARCH 2018
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The best of digital mobilities
Intel announced today that it will be collaborating with Alphabet’s self-driving unit Waymo to provide the computing power necessary for Level 4 and 5 autonomous vehicles that can drive in most any condition.
Yet drones are already proving their worth with more urgent, medical, missions. The latest of these comes from Silicon Valley startup Matternet, which has been testing an autonomous drone network over Switzerland, shuttling blood and other medical samples between hospitals…
A startup called iSee thinks a new approach to AI will make self-driving cars better at dealing with unexpected situations.
As part of the Lohéac Rallycross tournament, the inOut team participated in a key economic encounter on the theme of “automobiles and new mobilities”. Alongside the competitivity cluster iD4CAR, the association ITS Bretagne and the training body Ozone, our team…
Ford and Indian automaker and mobility company Mahindra Group have entered into a new agreement to explore a potential strategic partnership focused on a number of different areas, including mobility, electrifications, connected vehicles and transportation infrastructure and more.
Imagine paying a flat fee for unlimited use of any public transport mode, including buses, trains, bicycles and a pre-set amount of taxi rides. This is what Whim - an app created by Finnish firm Maas Global - hopes to…
You’re not worrying about it yet, but tens of millions of conventional vehicles could one day be dumped in junkyards and weedy lots when self-driving, electric vehicles make them too expensive by comparison. That day is either close at hand,…
"Instead of just listening, drivers and passengers will finally be able to watch video and play games"
"The great truth of the Olympics is this: The games always pack up and leave, along with the athletes and TV crews and other visitors who didn't spend nearly as much money as organizers said they would. As cities emerge…
Call for experimentation
The kick-off for a call for experimentation from companies and start-ups is set for March 2017. It will enable new procedures to be tested throughout the territory of Rennes from autumn 2017 onwards.