Automotive & transports

Automotive & Transports Working Group

Olivier Guetta, WG President - RENAULT, olivier.guetta@renault.com


 "The Automotive & Transports Working Group within the Systematic Paris-Region Cluster is leading innovation of communicating embedded systems for terrestrial mobility increasing industrial performance and enhancing the attractiveness of Paris region. This strategy fully leverages the contribution of new technologies in standards such as Autosar, Cenelec or ISO 26262.

46 projects labeled by Systematic were initiated by the Automotive & Transports Working Group. They are focalized on technologies for real-time embedded systems design and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), multimedia and connectivity.

Our Working Group has developed coordination at national level with French clusters such as MOV’EO, ID4CAR, and Technological Research Institute SystemX. At European level we are involved with the European Institute for Complex Safety Critical Systems Engineering (EICOSE)."

 

EMBEDDED SYSTEMS AND ELECTRONICS, AT THE HEART OF THE TRANSPORTATION SECTOR

With a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) share of 15%, the transport industry (aviation, rail and automotive) structures very strongly France’s economic and industrial activities. Paris region is the first French region in this sector with 156,000 employees representing 19% of national employment.
Regarding R&D, the automotive industry, as an example, employs in the Ile-de-France 17,500 people including 6,600 researchers, representing 75% of French researchers in this field, 67% of the research staff in this industry and 72% of expenditure on R&D.

 

THE AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSPORTS WORKING GROUP WITHIN SYSTEMATIC

This Working Group aims at mastering the complexity of electronic architectures and embedded systems to meet the need for technological development concerning real-time embedded systems and advanced driver assistance systems, multimedia and connectivity in automotive, railway and truck industries, leveraging the expertise and competences of all these sectors.

The Automotive & Transports Working Group is structured around three areas, called “Development Axis”:
• Real-time embedded systems
• ADAS, Multimedia & Connectivity
• The last “Development Axis” is not a technology area but a think tank about business models and project readiness level in the transport domain.
  • R&D Financed Projects: 46

  • Partners: 89 including:

• 32 SMEs
• 6 Enterprises of Intermediate Size
• 25 Large companies
• 26 Research institutes and universities
  • Total Investment: 297.5 M€

 


 
  David SERVAT

WG Vice-President
CEA

 

 

 



Julien MARBOUTIN

Representative of Permanent Secretariat
SYSTEMATIC

 

 

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