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Friday 23 June 2017 by Thomas AUDEBERT - Innovation

Renault preparing infrastructures for the connected car of the future, with SCOOP

In 2017 the SCOOP project will be going ahead with wide-scale rollout of 3,000 cars testing tomorrow’s V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) and V2X (vehicle-to-infrastructure) connectivity under real-life traffic conditions. True to its innovative stance on connection-capable road transport, Groupe Renault is providing a fleet of a thousand Méganes on this exciting European project, which has private- and public-sector backing.

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Wednesday 14 June 2017 by Valérie Calloch - Innovation

THE FUTURE: IT’S TODAY IN RENAULT PLANTS!

Setting its sights on the future, Renault is adapting its production system to address the new challenges facing the automotive industry. People are at the heart of Renault's plant of the future, men and women, from operators to customers. The 4.0 revolution is driving connected, agile and competitive manufacturing.

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Wednesday 14 June 2017 by Amandine COGNEVILLE - Innovation

PHYSICAL & VIRTUAL SIMULATION, A WINNING COMBINATION FOR AUTONOMOUS DRIVE

Renault is working to phase in autonomous drive capabilities in its product range, planning to be one of the first volume automakers to offer eyes-off/hands-off technology on authorized highway stretches from 2020. Digital simulation is an essential part of this work, during the design and validation phases of each successive technology milestone. Specifically it prepares for and optimizes tests involving real-life vehicles.

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