Connected mobility

Connected mobility, a strategic area of innovation
Cables are at the crossroads of major social developments and new technologies. Tomorrow, 3 out of 4 vehicles will be connected to each other or to their environment, mobile broadband will be 10 times faster thanks to 5G and between 50 and 80 billion smart objects will exist.

ACOME understand the connective mobility

A strategic issue for the Group

A signal transmission expert and automotive cabling specialist, ACOME is at the crossroads of smart mobility and aims to become a leading actor in this emerging and promising market.

Building on this dual expertise, ACOME is undertaking technological breakthroughs that will lead to smart mobility in the automotive and Telecom sectors:

  • Vehicles and on-board cabling systems,
  • Fixed and mobile telecommunication infrastructure for Very High Speed connections, necessary for communications between cars and road infrastructure ("smart" or "5th generation” roads).

Together with its customers and partners, ACOME is already inventing products and solutions today that will fit the electric, autonomous and connected vehicle of tomorrow, when the car will be the world’s pre-eminent smart object.

A R&D programme dedicated to connected mobility

ACOME has created an R&D program dedicated to connected mobility that anticipates the upcoming revolution in the automotive and Telecom markets served by the cable industry. In this context, the company is developing future cabling systems that will facilitate data exchange:

  • From infrastructure to the vehicle (I2V),
  • From the vehicle to the infrastructure (V2I),
  • Between vehicles (V2V),
  • Inside the vehicle itself.

This programme constitutes the basis of the diversification undertaken by ACOME. It will enable the Group to be a leader in the transformation of the autonomous and smart vehicle and position it on the industrial technologies of the future.

Through its history, touching both the Telecom and the automotive industry, ACOME is at the crossroads of this connected mobility. Because they know both worlds, they have the legitimacy to participate in the public debate on the development of connected mobility, which is organised around local authorities, as well as to be an industrial actor in the Telecom infrastructure (5G and therefore fibre optics) that will have to be deployed.

Gabrielle GAUTHEY - Member of the ACOME Strategic Orientation Committee - ACOME
The new automotive industry will increasingly need the different types of cables for which ACOME has come to be known thanks to their outstanding quality: single conductors, power cables, as well as wires and cables for autonomous and smart vehicles. ACOME can leverage its innovation potential to keep up with the evolving needs of tomorrow's cars. Faced with such a challenge, the company must maintain a very high level of expertise and redouble its technological monitoring. The automobile has made its way back to the drawing board!

Jacques CHAUVET - Member of the ACOME Strategic Orientation Committee - ACOME

 


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