- ADAS ( Advanced Driver Assistance System) grouping: Group of high-tech SMEs members of the French cluster MOV'EO on the theme of ADAS ("Advanced Driver Assistance Systems") dedicated to technology and active safety systems for information or driver assistance. In the Automotive and Transport sector, ADAS or “Advanced Driver Assistance Systems” enjoy prime status. They encompass all active safety or driver assistance technologies and systems, designed to prevent the emergence of a hazardous situation that might end in an accident, by: relieving the driver of a number of tasks that could affect his alertness; assist the driver in his perception of the environment(over-run detector, danger of frost detector, etc.).
- "Open Innovation Challenge" : It had been created by Mov'eo last January and its objective is to stimulate meetings between SMEs and major companies. The event was a success story, 11 SMEs form the 14 selected SMEs could take the opportunity to pitch in presence of PSA Peugeot Cirtoen and 80 professionals.
- Ubi Transports: After only three years since its creation, Ubi transports is going to international markets. This editor and technologies intregrator in the field of passengers transports grew very rapidly thanks to Mov'eo networking power.
More particularly, this SME established "2school" which is a management and a monitoring system for school transportation. The objective of this system is to collect strategic datas in order to allow transport operators to optimize their fleet of vehicles and also to improve the quality of passengers transportation.
- Man / Machine Interface: Three years ago, Mov’eo, through the key strategic business area “Intelligent Mobility Solution” (SMI), launched a first workshop on Man Machine Interface. The idea was to enable the various actors involved in HMI design to express their prospective vision of the interfaces in the vehicle of tomorrow and to identify the key issues. Encouraged by the success of these meetings, the project to gather an open innovation community on Man Machine Interface is quickly established.
Since its creation, the community has grown and strengthened and now counts almost 80 members. Multidisciplinary, it has engineers, researchers, ergonomists and designers with a real bias : incorporating the user at the heart of the debate. Finally, it brings together designers – large companies, SMEs and start ups – from the transport, telephony and services sectors. Moreover, Ubi Transports also set up 2Place whose goal is to improve multimodality by giving to small networking the opportunity to be connected to bigger networkings.