CampOSV - inOut Hackathon



16 March 2018 (morning) - Presentation in the Couvent des Jacobins



The CampOSV project has been organised to produce building blocks in the design and development of open-source vehicles and the services associated with them, in line with the environment in which they are used.

The many players from the Rennes Metropolis area taking part in the project include IETR, LabFab Université de Rennes 1, INSA, IMT Atlantic, LabFab EESAB, LabFab Epitech and Pf MobBi, with participants working on different models.

The CampOSV project has been organised to encourage participants to work collaboratively in boot camps and open workshops, also called hackathons. CampOSV is open to anyone interested in the question of mobility and who would like to take part in designing open-source vehicles within a multidisciplinary team made up of students, artists, companies, members of the general public, teachers, researchers, makers, designers and regional project heads. 

Results will be presented on the morning of 16 March at the Rennes Metropolis Couvent des Jacobins Congress Centre.

Registration for conferences and worskhops is compulsory!





Workshop Name Content Persons in charge
PyOSVUE Training and first steps in using the Open Platform for the Collaborative Design of Complex Objects Bernard Uguen - IETR UMR CNRS 6164, Université de Rennes 1
Industry of the future Economists, legal experts, political scientists and companies will design suitable ecosystems based on prototypes produced during CampOSV Thierry Pénard - UMR CNRS 6211, Pr des Université de Rennes 1 / Territoires Open Source 
HandiVehicle Designer, mechanics, mechatronics engineers and mobility-impaired individuals work together to design a "handivehicle" My Human Kit / Territoires Open Source 
BMS Reproducing a BMS scale model Guillaume Le Gall - IResearch Engineer IMTA Rennes
Vehicles and their on-board systems - design / instrumentation Equipping open-source vehicles: bodywork, headlights, horn, dashboard and similar with recycled plastic produced using the "Precious plastic" project process, entirely or in part depending on the stage of the project in March 2018, and incorporating innovative on-board systems.
Each part will be covered in a psecific workshop.
Fabienne Nouvel - Teacher/Researcher, IETR UMR CNRS 6164
and 15 Marches / Aliapur / recycled wood
IoT workshop Introductory tutorial for easy prototyping using javascript on microcontrollers more or less based on: Philippe Coval
Tizen project

Preliminary list subject to modifications



The conferences will focus on the following topics: IOT, automotive sector, open-source  legal aspects, open-source economic aspetcs and mobility.

Speaker Topic Date Language
Alain Heureux Opening of CampOSV inOut 2018 Tuesday 13 March 2018 - 9.30 French
Thomas le Texier Open innovation - business models Tuesday 13 March 2018 - 11.00 to 11.30 French
Roberto di Cosmo Open-source - economic aspects Tuesday 13 March 2018 - 11.30 to 12.30 French
Cédric Coulon Legal aspects and automobile design Wednesday 14 March 2018 - hours to be confirmed (morning) French
Marco Ciurcina Digital public domain materials - legal aspects Wednesday 14 March 2018 - hours to be confirmed (morning) French
Bernard Mutlon Renewable energy and electrical vehicles Thursday 15 March 2018 - 11.30 to 12.30 French
Richard Stallman Privacy by design Thursday 15 March 2018 - 17.00 to 18.00 French




Projects Bodies
IMTA open-source vehicle Guillaume Le Gall - IMTA, Rennes site
Open-source vehicle Université de Rennes 1/Insa Rennes Fabienne Nouvel/Valérie Guichon - IETR UMR CNRS 6164
Self-driving solar-powered vehicle Association LEVITA

From Open Innovation to Open Source Hardware, what are the challenges for companies?

Véronique Sanguinetti - University of Valencienne
EcoSolar Breizh: renewable energy powered self-driving racing vehicle J-L Fleureau - Association EcoSolar Breizh
Aliapur R&D projects of materials in tire recycled for the automobile design


Preliminary list subject to modifications

How to reach the CampOSV ?

PSA site plan, Western entrance - La Calvenais, St Jacques de La Lande

By bus : Line 57, bus stop Abbé Grimault

By train : TER Bretagne - station St Jacques de La Lande

A special KEOLIS shuttle bus will be running : starting 8:30 metro station Henri Frévill - return 18:15 PSA site La Calvenais





Italian lawyer, working in the field of commercial and contractual law, Information Technology law, Copyright, Patent, Trademark, and Privacy law, particularly, with special focus on free software licenses, open content and open data.

He teaches "Law and ethics of communication" at the Politecnico di Torino, Faculty of Information Science. Free software and digital freedoms activist.


Lecturer in private law at the University of Rennes1, Cédric Coulon manages a center of legal researches today, and confronts the law for the development of robotics. Do we have to worry about potential risks connected to the deployment in our everyday life of machines which tend to compete to the man for his authority? It is the question which put an event arisen in February, 2016: Google listed the first accident responsible for its autonomous car...


After obtaining a PhD in Computer Science at the University of Pisa, Roberto Di Cosmo was associate professor for almost a decade at Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, and became a Computer Science full professor at University Paris Diderot in 1999. He is currently on leave at Inria.

He has been actively involved in research in theoretical computing, specifically in functional programming, parallel and distributed programming, the semantics of programming languages, type systems, rewriting and linear logic. His main focus is now on the new scientific problems posed by the general adoption of Free Software, with a particular focus on static analysis of large software collections, that were at the core of the european reseach project Mancoosi.

Following the evolution of our society under the impact of IT with great interest, he is a long term Free Software advocate, contributing to its adoption since 1998 with the best-seller Hijacking the world, seminars, articles and software. He created the Free Software thematic group of Systematic in October 2007, and since 2010 he is director of IRILL, a research structure dedicated to Free and Open Source Software quality.

In 2016, he co-founded and directs Software Heritage, an initiative to build the universal archive of all the source code publicly available.


Alain Heureux is a lawyer by training but is above all an entrepreneur since he was 18 years old, having created his first startup during his studies with two friends.
Since then he has created more than 25 companies active in the media, the marketing, internet, the technology, the training and the consultancy but also a dozen non-profit organizations in order to develop an industry or an ideal.
He has traveled all over the world but is especially in love with his Europe that he knows as nobody else. He is in contact with the European authorities who like his outspokenness and his view of society. Today, he is active in incubators in Brussels (The Egg Brussels, Co.Station, DigitYser or Molengeek) as well as in entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs training programs (KBC Startit, BNP Paribas, Virtuology Academy or Unizo ) but it is especially awakening the creative economy of Brussels with a view to developing innovation and collaboration between sectors and between actors of the multiple helix 'political, academic, business and citizen) through Brussels Creative.
In parallel with this regional initiative, he is co-founder of the European Creative Ring Network which connects the creative ecosystems of several European cities to co-create across borders and cultures ... a network of ecosystems where the economic value is distributed but accelerated!


Thomas Le Texier is Lecturer in Economics and researcher at CREM-CNRS. Specialist in digital economy and innovation, he is also co-head of the Master 2 Digital Strategies and Digital Innovation at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Rennes 1.
His work focuses on the analysis of markets and innovative ecosystems, focusing on market performance modalities as well as public intervention modalities in this context. Through the development of theoretical models of industrial economics as well as the empirical treatment of associated research questions, his contributions are aimed at better understanding (i) the micro-structures of innovative community organizations, (ii) the conditions under which cooperative dynamics are beneficial for the market and non-market actors concerned, (iii) the relevance of business models that tend to emerge from such cooperative dynamics, and (iv) the role of intellectual property in this context. In addition to continuing its research on the specific themes of the free software development and digital piracy economics, a recent research pathway analyzes competitive and organizational dynamics on digital platforms in a broad sense, and two-sided markets in particular.


Professor of Universities at the Ecole Normale Supérieure of Rennes, Laboratory SATIE - CNRS
Associate of Electrical Engineering (1982), Doctor (Paris 6 University, 1985) and HDR (ENS Cachan, 1994)

Researches on:
  • The treatment of the variability of variable renewable electricity generation (co-optimization of energy management and life cycle dimensioning);
  • The design of new electricity generation systems;
  • The design of motors and special electromagnetic actuators and generators;
Teaching in power electronics, electric actuators and electrical energy conversion systems, renewable energies, marine energies, energy storage, ecodesign.


Dr. Richard Stallman launched the free software movement in 1983 and started the development of the GNU operating system (see information) in 1984.  GNU is free software: everyone has the freedom to copy it and redistribute it, with or without changes.  The GNU/Linux system, basically the GNU operating system with Linux added, is used on tens of millions of computers today.  Stallman has received the ACM Grace Hopper Award and the ACM Software and Systems Award, a MacArthur Foundation fellowship, the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Pioneer Award, and the the Takeda Award for Social/Economic Betterment, as well as several doctorates honoris causa, and has been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame.

General Coordination
Valérie Guichon - Projects Engineer IETR UMR CNRS 6164 - Tel : +33 (0)2 23 23 37 62

Coordinator Technology Hackathon
Fabienne Nouvel - Teacher/Researcher IETR UMR CNRS 6164 - Tel : +33 (0)2 23 23 83 43