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17 November 2017 by Caroline De Beaumont - Innovation

Groupe Renault explores disruptive ideas with the “House of cars” hackathon

Guyancourt Technocentre

Last October, Groupe Renault organized a hackathon, a competition based on creativity in digital innovation. The aim? As part of an innovative, collaborative approach, to get people from outside the company to come up with new ideas on the theme of “electric vehicles, an extension of the home”. Read on to find out more!

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18 September 2017 by Emmanuel GENTY - Innovation

Twitter Time Capsule: a social-media innovation from Renault at the Frankfurt Motor Show

At the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017, Renault unveiled its vision of mobility in 2030 with SYMBIOZ, an autonomous, electric, connected concept car that works in perfect harmony with the home. Alongside this presentation, Renault has introduced an original, innovative concept on social media: #RenaultTimeCapsule. The idea behind it is simple: write a message on Twitter that sets out your own vision of tomorrow’s mobility, then conceal it!

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11 September 2017 by Benoît Joly - Innovation

Renault EASY CONNECT, new-generation mobility and connected services solution

Connected Car, New Mobility, these buzzwords are high in everyone’s mind within the automotive industry: drivers start enjoying new connected and mobility services with their car fully embedded into their digital lifestyle; manufacturers can start leveraging the power of connected data to become more efficient and create a tighter, more personalized relationship with their customers; new business and services opportunities will rise thanks to the collaboration with other connected ecosystems (home, city, etc.); and mobility services open a new business paradigm for everyone in the automotive value chain.

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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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