Through the partnership, the Social and Sustainable Impact Department and Nino Robotics aim to develop sustainable and accessible mobility solutions for all, including people with disabilities or of reduced mobility.
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The public trial will take place on the Paris-Saclay urban campus, and participants have been selected to represent a general university campus population.
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Japan and France are one step closer to driverless vehicles as Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility.
The partnership will see 2,500 car-sharing ready Renault ZOEs which will be equipped with the Vulog’s AiMA technology produced by the end of this year.
Three new agreements focus on advancing the energy transition, developing smart islands, providing green power solutions and boosting charging infrastructure.
Renault’s new solution, EZ-ULTIMO, concludes a concept-car trilogy illustrating a vision of the future of urban shared mobility.