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- Renault and Nissan have established a new Research & Development hub in China, complementing their joint innovation labs in Silicon Valley, USA and Tel Aviv, Israel
- The new lab in Shanghai is focused on developing technology for autonomous drive, connected and electric vehicles
- The facility will enable the companies to leverage open innovation opportunities with Chinese start-ups and other partners
- Technologies developed in Shanghai will be leveraged globally by Renault and Nissan
Groupe Renault has joined the E-VIA FLEX-E consortium, the first High Power charging network for electric vehicles in southern Europe.
Under this move, Groupe Renault continues to support the deployment of High Power charging infrastructure across Europe.
- By connecting an autonomous car to the infrastructure (V2X), Groupe Renault and Sanef move closer towards the zero fatality objective and give time back to travellers.
- Experiments are currently being carried out to study the pass-through of toll barriers and work zones by autonomous vehicles.
- Groupe Renault will acquire a 35 percent stake in a new joint venture, Autonomous Vehicle Simulation (AVS), formed together with Oktal, a subsidiary of Sogeclair.
- Groupe Renault’s investment in Autonomous Vehicle Simulation (AVS) will reinforce the capability of Renault and the Renault-Nissan Alliance to further develop and test autonomous vehicles.
- This includes the SCANeRTM software, a worldwide leader in driving simulation software already used across Renault and Nissan.
Paris, June 21st, 2017 - The Groupe Renault partners with NUMA, a leading startup accelerator, to launch CityMakers in partnership with AXA, Nissan, RCI Bank and Services and the City of Paris.
CityMakers is a 10-month open innovation program to experiment solutions and accelerate the transition toward a flexible and sustainable urban mobility.
• With its project on acquisition of Intel’s French R&D activity specializing in embedded software, connectivity and new services, Groupe Renault steps up development in connected and autonomous vehicles.
• This activity represents more than 400 highly qualified employees with deep international experience in embedded software development.
• Renault is opting for French-based innovation and research, at sites in Toulouse and Sophia Antipolis.