Program

Wednesday 14th March 2018
New business models of Mobility

08h00
09h15
Participants Arrival
09h15
10h05
Opening session - Future transportation and innovation
inOut 2018 Opening Session
09h15-10h05 - AUDITORIUM 1000
Opening session - Future transportation and innovation

- The role of digital technology in the world of transport of the future - A political, economic and institutional vision for new forms of mobilities


inOut 2018 Opening Session
10h05
10h15
inOut 2018 competitions
inOut 2018 Competitions
10h15
10h20
Start-up pitch of the day
Pitch
10h15-10h20 - AUDITORIUM 1000
Start-up pitch of the day
Pitch
10h20
10h50
New services for new forms of mobility - opportunities & threats
Keynote
10h20-10h50 - AUDITORIUM 1000
New services for new forms of mobility - opportunities & threats
Keynote
10h50
11h20
Network[IN] Break
11h20
12h05
New mobility services – managing transition and how to prepare the future
Fireside Chat
11h20-12h05 - AUDITORIUM 1000
New mobility services – managing transition and how to prepare the future
Fireside Chat
13h00
14h30
Network[IN] Lunch
14h30
16h00
Cities and Innovation
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 3 (R-1)
Cities and Innovation

Ever-present in debates about new mobilities and autonomous vehicles is the idea that digital technology, collaborative solutions and the economics of big data could relieve the deadlock resulting from the need to counter individual types of behaviour that generate externalities by taxing and restricting the expression of individual preferences to fund and structure a collective offer. This idea corresponds to a search for an alternative approach that would make it possible to get away from a dichotomous opposition, set up a kind of hinterland, and propose alternative modes of governance that appeal to cash-strapped public authorities tired of being up against some constituents to whom collective choices have to be justified, as well as to a public tired of being treated as irresponsible individuals whose behaviour needs disciplining. It also corresponds to an offensive by digital technology stakeholders - symbolised by Uber and Alphabet - associated with an implicit plan for private-sector production alternatives to  collaborative offerings that are capable of assuring, without regulation or taxation, a service and ultimately urban configuration management 'superior' to that provided by elected officials and local public authorities.



What does today's debate revolve around?



What reasonable alliances can be forged with innovators?



What forms of democracies are accessible and under what conditions?


Workshop
Bike sharing: with or without station?
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 4 (R-1)
Bike sharing: with or without station?

Are self-service bike-share schemes undergoing a 'mobile revolution'? Invented in Rennes in 1998, self-service bike-share schemes were first rolled out in cities with bikes physically attached and digitally linked to dedicated infrastructure. Initially a simple annex to urban furniture contracts (Vélov, Vélib), these schemes gradually developed into independent services that now figure amongst the range of solutions proposed to public authorities by mobility operators. Despite their evident commercial success, self-service bike-share schemes failed to come up with an economic model different to the public transport model. In 2017, the dockless bike using mobile technologies, geolocalisation and connectivity made its appearance in France, introducing a new bike-share experience. Thanks to massive support from technological and financial stakeholders, no contracts or subsidies are required to develop these services. In China, where they have existed for a few years, their hypergrowth raises a question both from the standpoint of the sustainability of their economic model and that of the occupation of public space.



Does the coexistence of all these new types of mobility represent an opportunity or a risk for cities? Or for users? What solutions can be envisaged to address the issues raised? In a wider sense, how can local authorities, operators and startups be brought to work together for sustainable mobility?



Today's workshop will ensure the floor is given to the primary stakeholders involved (operators, town authorities and experts), and will go on to examine issues pertaining to sustainability and the viability of various models.



 


Workshop
Electric Vehicles - future commodity of mobility services?
Workshop
Safety of Connected Vehicles
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 6 (R-1)
Safety of Connected Vehicles

New generation vehicles are fully connected. They are equipped to receive information about roads, traffic and the vehicle's condition to make driving safer. In the event of an emergency, connected vehicles are now capable of directly influencing how they are driven (braking, steering and so on). For driver and passenger comfort, they also come with a multitude of onboard services, ranging from local services to internet connection. Of all the challenges facing connected vehicles, that of their overall security is perhaps the most difficult. A great many questions have been raised, including how can driving-related features be appropriately separated from those linked to passenger comfort? How can an environment where 'the controller' is also the user be made safe? How can the physical security of the vehicle be guaranteed? How is it possible to ensure that information received by a vehicle from a local source (sensors) or from a global source (3G/4G, internet) is reliable and has not been tampered with? Finding answers to these questions represents the major challenge that lies ahead.



During this roundtable, all these different questions will be considered in presentations and discussions with our guest speakers.


Workshop
16h00
16h15
Network[IN] Break
16h15
17h45
Efficiency of public transport
Workshop
Mobility as a Service: feedback from European experiences
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - SALLE 5 (R-1)
Mobility as a Service: feedback from European experiences

The challenges of integrating and digitising mobility services:



How can increased urban mobility services be made part of an overall system - intelligible, efficient and easily accessible to all?



How can these modes be integrated into a city's mobility system without forfeiting the flexibility and agility that constitute their strength?



How can we define a global economic model that involves local authorities, operators and startups?



 What means are available to innovate while still providing a reliable service?



Which ICT tools and dashboards can be used to introduce a revolutionary offer that has a visible impact on congestion, pollution and mobility for all?


Workshop
Market Pitch Transports & Mobilities
End of the workshop at 18h10
Market Pitch
16h15-18h10 - LES DORTOIRS (R+1)
Market Pitch Transports & Mobilities

Start-up, apply for

Do you have a solution to offer? The 'market pitch' is a business boost to meet, during one afternoon, decision makers and key accounts belonging to the same market. You will have 3 minutes to present your solution, you will be able to obtain up to 4 one-to-one appointments with the decision makers who you will meet in the second part of the session.



A committee of experts will analyze the applications and select about fifteen start-ups to pitch (announcement of selected start-ups at the end of February).



 



Decision makers already confirmed: 

 
      



 



To apply for now, please contact:

La FrenchTech Rennes St Malo | Valérie PANEL

v.panel@lafrenchtech-rennes.fr



 



Market Pitch organized in partnership with La French Tech Rennes St Malo 



Market Pitch in French only (no simultaneous translation)


Market Pitch
18h00
19h30
MATCH[IN] aperitif - Start-up alley / Network[IN] area

Thursday 15th March 2018
Technology for new mobility

09h00
09h05
Welcome
09h05
09h35
Artificial intelligence - friend or foe?
Keynote
09h05-09h35 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Artificial intelligence - friend or foe?
Keynote
09h35
09h50
Apps, Automation & Artificial Intelligence
Focus Session
09h35-09h50 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Apps, Automation & Artificial Intelligence
Focus Session
09h50
09h55
Pitch of the day
Pitch
09h50-09h55 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Pitch of the day

Mobility Tech Green



Mobility Tech Green is an engineering firm that specialises in corporate mobility. The firm is behind Europe's leading B2B carsharing solution, e-Colibri. Founded in 2009 by Pascal Roux and Didier Houal, Mobility Tech Green is now kitted out with 5,000 vehicles across Europe, including three of France's major fleets: Enedis, Orange and La Poste. In 2017, 5.5 million euros of funds were raised to accelerate international development.



e-Colibri's carsharing solution offers three benefits: a built-in calculator, the e-Colibri box, which can be fitted to any type of vehicle; a front office for bookings, paired with a mobile application that lets end-users book a vehicle using a self-service system based on their needs; and a management back office, a valuable tool for fleet managers which assists them with user administration tasks and managing bookings and provides access to data analytics modules.



Mobility Tech Green also unveiled its new R&D project at CES 2018; a unique artificial intelligence tool to complement the firm's e-Colibri corporate mobility platform. This tool will have algorithms to collect data (pollution, traffic, eco-driving, etc.) and will translate this data into relevant information for the user. This tool will have a definite impact on the public's approach to mobility.


Pitch
09h55
10h40
Mobility data, new common ground of the actors of the city?
Round Table
09h55-10h40 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Mobility data, new common ground of the actors of the city?
Round Table
10h40
11h10
Network[IN] Break
11h10
11h30
New Energies for a new mobility
Fireside Chat
11h10-11h30 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
New Energies for a new mobility
Fireside Chat
11h30
12h15
Technology for new mobility
Round Table
11h30-12h15 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Technology for new mobility
Round Table
12h15
12h45
New Mobilities and Electric Power: transport, storage and use for transport
Fireside Chat
12h15-12h45 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
New Mobilities and Electric Power: transport, storage and use for transport
Fireside Chat
12h45
13h00
Cloud intelligence for autonomous vehicles
Focus Session
12h45-13h00 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Cloud intelligence for autonomous vehicles
Focus Session
13h00
14h30
Network[IN] Lunch
14h30
16h00
The Driverless Car: for whom, where and when? (1/2)
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
The Driverless Car: for whom, where and when? (1/2)

Public service driverless cars versus manufacturers' autonomous (or self-driving) cars.



This workshop will cover the subject of the DRIVERLESS car. There is indeed a debate between those who believe it already exists (especially shuttle manufacturers) and those who think it won't be here for at least another 30 years (conventional car manufacturers). In actual fact, both are right. The three points raised in the title above need to be clarified and 'business cases' properly identified. Misinformation, however, exists on both sides.





Consequently, we will try to open up a dialogue between the two sides: between the proponents of a gradual approach who would like to continue along the lines of 'business as usual', and those who support a different approach; in favour of seeing private cars phased out of the town. The need in rural areas should be discussed in particular.


Workshop
Fondation Mines & Telecom - The role of women in public transportation
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 2 (R-1)
Fondation Mines & Telecom - The role of women in public transportation
Workshop
Economic models – challenges and opportunities?
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 3 (R-1)
Economic models – challenges and opportunities?

The economy of individual and collective transport and all business ecosystems are examined using sharing and platform-based models. Pricing, financing and taxation methods and the uncertainties surrounding them make it difficult for existing stakeholders and new players to position or reposition themselves. 



How are economists approaching these issues?



Under what assumptions are automobile and public transport stakeholders looking to enter this new terrain?



How do new mobility startups plan on securing sustainable growth?



These are the questions that will be addressed in the workshop.


Workshop
Autonomous vehicle workshop
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 4 (R-1)
Autonomous vehicle workshop

The driverless vehicle seems like something out of this world: fresh out of the laboratory, this new vehicle concept has become a sort of philosopher's stone that promises to provide the answer to all our transport problems.

There are in fact a number of transport organisation, production and consumption models behind the generic designation of this kind of vehicle, which: 

•    can be owed or used 'on-demand'; 

•    can belong to a private individual, a business or a transport operator; 

•    can run independently or as part of a network;

•    can be designed, manufactured and operated by 'transport sector' operators or by new stakeholders.



Aside from the feasibility of these technologies (covered in other workshops), this workshop instead aims to investigate the potential and desirable uses of this technology, and the underlying models that these uses involve.



What will the optimum uses look like for these vehicles? How can they be better integrated into existing transport systems? And what about into the city's 'urban systems'? What measures can be taken to avoid the downward spirals that are being brandished like red flags?


Workshop
Body, technology and mobility
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 5 (R-1)
Body, technology and mobility
Workshop
Sensors and Data
Workshop
14h30-16h00 - SALLE 6 (R-1)
Sensors and Data

The number of sensors in a vehicle is increasing dramatically. They produce large volumes of data that are not always exploited due to lack of collection capacity and interoperability-related issues.



The roundtable will take stock of the situation in respect of the most popular technologies along with possible deployment strategies: between proprietary and open solutions; what in-vehicle systems can be envisaged to make the use of sensors open-standard?


Workshop
16h00
16h15
Network[IN] Break
16h15
17h45
The Driverless Car: for whom, where and when? (2/2)
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
The Driverless Car: for whom, where and when? (2/2)

Public service driverless cars versus manufacturers' autonomous (or self-driving) cars.



This workshop will cover the subject of the DRIVERLESS car. There is indeed a debate between those who believe it already exists (especially shuttle manufacturers) and those who think it won't be here for at least another 30 years (conventional car manufacturers). In actual fact, both are right. The three points raised in the title above need to be clarified and 'business cases' properly identified. Misinformation, however, exists on both sides.





Consequently, we will try to open up a dialogue between the two sides: between the proponents of a gradual approach who would like to continue along the lines of 'business as usual', and those who support a different approach; in favour of seeing private cars phased out of the town. The need in rural areas should be discussed in particular.


Workshop
Fondation Mines & Telecom workshop - What if we combine mobility with simplicity?
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - SALLE 2 (R-1)
Fondation Mines & Telecom workshop - What if we combine mobility with simplicity?
Workshop
The electric bus, biogaz and hydrogen: the future of urban mobility
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - SALLE 3 (R-1)
The electric bus, biogaz and hydrogen: the future of urban mobility

What are the impacts of new mobility on infrastructure?



The rise in renewable and decentralised energy production impacts directly on our mobility. The uptake of alternative fuels, including electricity, biogas and hydrogen, constitutes a driving force behind energy transition and improved air quality in cities and at a regional level. At a global level, metropolises are committed to promoting the uptake of low-carbon and energy-efficient mobilities.



With the development of the electric car and electric bus, electromobility with its advantages in terms of emissions and sound levels is now a major subject for city authorities. Santiago, Brussels and Paris are planning to include electric buses in their fleets, while Pau is moving in the direction of hydrogen buses.



Practical case studies with two roundtables led by private and public-sector stakeholders on carbon-free mobility: electric buses and hydrogen-powered vehicles. 

 


Workshop
Open innovation and mobility
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - SALLE 4 (R-1)
Open innovation and mobility

Introduction with some techniques to help initiate a creative session. How to encourage and inspire ideas and to get participants to work together to develop these ideas (on a topic related to mobility).

Summary and perspectives.

This will be followed by some real-life accounts:



-          Leroy Merlin Chantepie (with appearances by Stéphanie-Elisabeth Marcouillie and Cécile Monfort) began a Workshop; a collaborative space involving DIY enthusiast customers to share skills and to open up to communities in the region. In association with local collectives La Petite Reine, LabFab, and DIY enthusiasts, this is how the idea for the open source cargo bike first emerged, in response to the issue of 'store access’.

-          Fabien Cauchy (Métapolis) will paint a picture of the open innovation and mobility situation in other regions.

-          Google's vision and practices in open innovation and the role it plays for a region like Rennes Métropole (Jean-Philippe Bécane)

 


Workshop
The Smart City and the Autonomous Vehicle (CoEXist Project)
Workshop
16h15-17h45 - SALLE 6 (R-1)
The Smart City and the Autonomous Vehicle (CoEXist Project)

Getting your city ready for the advent of automated vehicles. How will this impact on infrastructure, traffic management and public space planning?



How can conventional and automated modes of transport be brought to coexist?



CoEXist, a European project funded by the Horizon2020 programme, answers these questions.



A presentation of the initial findings will be given by main project partners.


Workshop
20h00
00h00
inOut 2018 Evening - Hall 1

Friday 16th March 2018
Individuals and mobility

09h00
09h05
Welcome
09h05
09h35
Robots and men
Keynote
09h05-09h35 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Robots and men
Keynote
09h35
10h20
Autonomous vehicle: A new vision of public transport ?
Round Table
09h35-10h20 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Autonomous vehicle: A new vision of public transport ?
Round Table
10h20
10h50
The right for anonymous transportation
Keynote
10h20-10h50 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
The right for anonymous transportation
Keynote
10h50
11h15
Network[IN] Break
11h15
11h45
A digital multimodality for tommorow’s mobilities
Fireside Chat
11h15-11h45 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
A digital multimodality for tommorow’s mobilities
Fireside Chat
11h45
11h50
Pitch of the day
Pitch
11h45-11h50 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Pitch of the day

YoGoKo



YoGoKo designs and implements communication solutions for connected & cooperative mobility. Founded in 2014, the fruit of over 10 years of research and development, YoGoKo has created Y-SMART, a standardised software platform that combines hybrid communication technologies (ITS-G5, WiFi, mobile, LoRA, 802.15.4, satellite, etc.) that ensure extensive and secure connectivity.



Not only can Y-SMART transmit data on road safety and traffic efficiency, but it can also collect and process data, monitor and manage fleets, perform remote diagnostics and remote software updates, access the internet and provide other value-added applications and services. By managing communication, data from a variety of different sources and services with varying features, the Y-SMART platform helps to prevent non-interoperable solutions from being developed in silos, facilitating the roll-out of innovative services.



YoGoKo solutions are implemented in vehicles (company fleets, authorities, public transport, logistics, independent shuttle services) or in road or urban infrastructure (signal lights, variable message signs, car parks, retractable platforms, bus stations, electric charging stations). These solutions are mainly used for exchanging data directly between vehicles and with their immediate surroundings (vehicles, road infrastructure, street furniture), all the while providing efficient cloud connectivity. YoGoKo solutions have been rolled out in SCOOP@F (pilot roll-out of V2X technologies in France) and in many development programmes for autonomous vehicles (VEDECOM, ALTRAN, Auto C-ITS, etc.).


Pitch
11h50
12h05
12h05
12h25
Closing session
Round Table
12h05-12h25 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
Closing session

A summary of the 2.5 days of the "IN":




  • Key messages

  • New mobilities - results of our competitions (Hackathon, Market Pitch)

  • The mobility of tomorrow - the citizens' vision (Citizen debate)


Round Table
12h30
12h45
inOut 2018 - then the citizens? Back on the citizen debate
12h30-12h45 - AUDITORIUM LA NEF (RDC)
inOut 2018 - then the citizens? Back on the citizen debate
13h00
13h30
OUT Beginning
13h00-13h30
OUT Beginning
13h30
14h00
Network[IN] Lunch & [IN] : The End
14h00
15h30
inOut 2018 Forum inOut/Enedis : Imaginons ensemble la mobilité électrique de demain !
inOut 2018 Forum

This program is subject to change 

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