at 16H00 | 520 AD

Giving the Green Light to Sustainable Land Transport

Energy transition

- Deployment of electric and autonomous vehicle

Présentation of the first Canadian deployment of a 100% electric and autonomous shuttle. That project answer a need for a first and last kilometres challenge that the urban transit was facing. The objective of the project if to stimulate the use of urban transport in that region.

- Electric MaaS: sustainable mobility

Mobility is problematic in most urban environments. Congestion and pollution issues are creating havoc for municipalities and municipal governments. Add to this, the fact that the younger demographic is increasingly uninterested in driving and the fact that the growing aging portion of the population will need to be driven (as opposed to driving itself), and we have a mobility situation that necessitates change.Electrification and smartphone technology are combining to facilitate a transition to a more sustainable mobility. Electrification is required to help improve the air quality (costing billions of dollars in health-related costs). Smartphone technology is making it possible for new mobility business models to be created.MaaS involves the seamless integration of mobility services within one monthly payment. It requires each of use, convenience and hassle-free travel to the point where users find it better than owning and operating a car.

- Data as a Service for a Sustainable Mobility

There is currently an interesting mix of emerging and promising solutions for sustainable road transport. In order to ensure the proper development, the successful deployment and ultimately the adoption of the technologies of tomorrow, an in-depth knowledge of the actual conditions of use of the vehicles will be essential. Through its commitment to electrification and transportation connectivity for more than a decade, Effenco has extensive in-vehicle operating data analysis and understanding capabilities. This presentation will highlight the company's work supported by practical examples of how this work has guided technological choices or ensured the success of deployments. In addition, Effenco will present a collaborative project that will bring together clusters, manufacturers, public research centers and universities, as well as an impressive consortium of commercial fleets, which will enable data valorization in a context of energy transition in transport.