Reliable transport is a must for a territory’s population and economy to prosper.

The application of digital technologies to the world of transport is revolutionising the way in which we get around and achieving real progress in terms of our carbon footprint.

Innovating in this domain is now a prerequisite, revolving around carbon-free, automated, connected, multimodal and shared services for the transport of goods as well as people!

MaaS – Mobility as a Service – has become a key issue.

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Capital High Tech has been working with the major players in this sector since 2008.

  • We can help you source funds for developing your new mobility solutions and deploying them in system mode in your territory.
  • We can help, in particular, with issues relating to business models and division of responsibilities between public bodies and private operators within such concepts as “Mobility as a Service”.
  • We know how to put together an eco-system for implementing territorial development strategies.

Our references

ROBOSOFT, EASYMILE, IVECO, TRANSDEV :

Help in developing a strategy for and setting up a Single Interministerial Fund mobility project involving driverless vehicles.

IXXI, CAPSONIC :

New virtual ticketing solutions for multimodal cross-territory journeys.

LA ROCHELLE  city :

Evaluation of the route plan in relation to the town of the future.

Great Seaport of Marseille/MGI :

Evaluation of the information systems of fifth-generation ports: “Smart Ports”

EXOES :

Business modelling for the commercialisation of a new procedure to optimise the fuel consumption of heavy goods vehicles.

SIGFOX, STERELA :

Market and business-model studies for new parking solutions.

FAYAT :

Work on intelligent infrastructures in carbon-free urban zones.

The European HORIZON 2020 Programme :

Evaluation of regulatory issues affecting intelligent transport solutions.

GALILEO Agency :

Support for several SMEs (FDC, IIDRE, HELILO) involved in intelligent transport.

BADJOTO :

“Smartphones: the new Swiss knife of mobility.”

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