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Software Republique unveils its first milestones for intelligent, secure and sustainable mobility

06/20/2022 | 11:22am

Paris- Software Republique, an open innovation ecosystem for intelligent, secure and sustainable mobility, presents its first milestones today during the sixth edition of Viva Technology - one year after its launch by Atos, Dassault Systemes, Orange, Renault Group, STMicroelectronics and Thales.

In only a few months, Software Republique has taken important steps to advance innovations to meet the challenges of mobility. It has enabled the creation and reinforcement of collaborations with stakeholders in the private sector (startups, small and medium-sized businesses, large groups), the public sector (local authorities) and academia (schools, universities).

Milestones include:

Creation of a 'GIE' (Groupement d'Interet Economique, oreconomic interest group) to develop Software Republique's activity and supervise project incubation within the collaborative ecosystem.

Launch of the Software Republique incubator in March 2022, featuring a tailor-made support program to accelerate joint projects and support startups. Five startups are currently being incubated: Angoka, Geoflex, Parcoor, Vianova and Wattpark.

Four finalized projects are announced today, out of more than 30 currently in progress:

A 'detect & respond' cybersecurity solution - Cybersecurity is one of mobility's major challenges. Orange - via its Orange Cyberdefense subsidiary - Renault Group and Thales, along with the startup Parcoor, announce the co-design of a solution to detect cyberattack attempts, analyze them and provide a rapid response that protects the vehicle. This solution, based on artificial intelligence and machine learning, will be deployed in Renault vehicles starting in 2025. The project is supported by BPIfrance.

A tool for territories to model vehicle flow - Safety and traffic flow are major challenges for territories. Dassault Systemes, Orange and Renault Group are developing a tool to model vehicle flow. A pilot project was launched with the Correze region in France. This tool provides territories with key data on traffic, infrastructure conditions and safety so that they can optimize maintenance and construction expenses. ?

A project for an intelligent and secure two-way charging station - In response to challenges in security, sovereignty, and electric car-charging network integration, Orange, Renault Group, STMicroelectronics and Thales are launching a joint development project focused on the intelligence of charging stations in collaboration with Mobilize, a Renault Group brand. The project will be presented by the end of 2022.

The Software Republique Academy to address needs in cybersecurity skills - To meet increasing needs related to recruitment and cybersecurity skills, the six partners have announced two training programs starting in September 2022. The first will combine a selection of partner cybersecurity training modules for the Software Republique ecosystem. The second, in partnership with the French cybersecurity school Ecole 2600 and the French engineering school of digital technologies EFREI, will create two apprenticeship programs for higher education levels of three to five years.

By 2025, Software Republique aims to launch 10 new product and service offers, incubate more than 50 startups, and propose services to at least 50 territories.

For more information on Software Republique, visit: ? softwarerepublique.eu

Email: contact@softwarerepublique.eu

Follow Software Republique on:

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/softwarerepublique/

?YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SoftwareRepublique/


Vanessa Viala - Digital Identity & Security Press Officer

+33 6 07 34 00 34 vanessa.viala@thalesgroup.com

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