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Mobilités : de l’âge des possibles à un nouveau monde de la mobilité

HYPERLIEUX MOBILES

Un véhicule autonome connecté, ce n’est pas seulement un robot à la place du conducteur : il ouvre de possibles changements d’usages, de nouveaux services, de nouvelles manières de penser et de vivre la mobilité.

L’arrivée du véhicule électrique, autonome et connecté (VAC) et les passions qu’il  soulève - autant que les investissements publics et privés qu’il attire - est un catalyseur extrême pour toutes les innovations et mutations déjà en cours dans le champ des mobilités.

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What should we do with connected and autonomous vehicles?

Jean-Pierre Orfeuil is an engineer and Doctor of Statistics. He directed the Economics of Space and Mobility team at INRETS (which became IFSTTAR) before joining the École d’Urbanisme de Paris at the University of Paris East, where he is professor emeritus. He has studied mobility through the lens of economic, financial, social, environmental, urban and territorial challenges. The author of numerous books on these issues, he has been working with the City On The Move Institute since its inception.

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CALENDAR

  • July 4 in Guyancourt
    07/03/2019

    Round-table in the framework of the event Mobilités autonomes, territoires et citoyens

  • June 18 in Versailles
    06/24/2019

    Mobile Hyperplaces exchange and co-construction meeting at the mobiLAB

  • June 4-6 in Montréal
    05/13/2019

    IVM and VEDECOM will attend the Movin'On summit

NEWS

  • 07/18/2019
    [Dossier] Urbanisme journal: The hyperplaces of logistics
  • 07/16/2019
    [Publication] Passages Cordillera - 2017 competition
  • 07/10/2019
    [Interview] Mireille Apel-Muller: "Mobility is shaking up the city"
  • 07/05/2019
    [Project] Mobile hyperplaces for Satory