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Tuesday 21 June 2022

Software République finalises four mobility-focused projects

Software Republique logoOne year after its launch (see Atos one of five founding partners of Software République) by Atos, Dassault Systèmes, Orange, Renault Group, STMicroelectronics and Thales, Software République has announced that it has reached a number of milestones.

The ecosystem aims, via the creation and nurturing of partnerships across the private sector, public sector, and academia, to advance innovation to meet the challenges of mobility. By 2025, it hopes to have launched 10 new product and service offers, incubate more than 50 start-ups, and propose services to at least 50 territories.

In support of its objectives, Software République has created a GIE (Groupement d’Intérêt Economique) – an economic interest group to develop the ecosystem’s activities and supervise project incubation within the collaborative ecosystem. It also launched – in March 2022 – the Software République incubator in featuring a tailor-made support program to accelerate joint projects and support startups (see Belfast-HQ'ed Angoka selected by Software République incubator).

It has also announced four finalised projects out of more than 30 currently in progress. They are a detect & respond cybersecurity solution, based on AI and ML technologies, and co-developed by Orange, Renault, Thales, and start-up Parcoor, that will be deployed in Renault vehicles from 2025; a tool for territories to model vehicle flow, providing key data on traffic infrastructure conditions and safety, co-developed by Dassault Systèmes, Orange and Renault, that is being used in a pilot project in France; a project for an intelligent and secure two-way charging station, co-developed by Orange, Renault Group, STMicroelectronics, and Thales, that will be presented by the end of 2022; and the Software République Academy, which will launch two training programs starting in September, to address the needs in cybersecurity skills

The need for data and expertise to be federated in order to facilitate and accelerate the organisational data sharing required to face up to industry-specific challenges drove the creation of Software République. The finalisation of four projects within a year of the ecosystem’s creation suggests that the collaborative initiative is finding success in its model.

Posted by: Georgina O'Toole at 09:26

Tags: partnerships   mobility   security   innovation   iot   AI   data   automotive   ML   sustainability  

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