The Toulouse-III Paul-Sabatier intelligent mobility research, innovation and experimentation platform aims to create a place to test electric, connected and autonomous vehicles in vivo. Inaugurated Thursday September 21, 2023 and named “autOCampus”, this project initiated by Irit aims to enable collaboration, the pooling of resources while generating “common goods” between public research, industrialists, training and users by using the 120 ha of the university campus as a smart city. A GIS brings together around ten research laboratories including Cerema, the cognition, languages, language and ergonomics laboratory (CLLE), Laplace and Laas. The platform includes a simulator, autonomous shuttle and droids, private 5G, open source autonomous vehicle, supervision center, etc. Its budget amounts to €5.6 million.
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