Innovation strategy

R&D at the heart of our growth strategy
One of the great strengths of ACOME is the very high level of importance it places on research and innovation.
Every year, the Group invests heavily in response to the new challenges that emerge in the ultra-competitive automotive and telecoms industries, and consolidate its technological leadership.

Our culture of innovation

Acome culture d'innovation

Research and development is deeply rooted in ACOME's core business and a driver of its growth model. ACOME has full control over its research, innovation, design and development process. This process has been established with the aim of ensuring that the necessary technological building blocks for designing the products of the future are mastered.

It allows ACOME to better support its customers’ development by providing proximity and a strengthened partnership.

ACOME focuses its research and development strategy on three key areas:

  • Fixed and mobile transmissions for network and building infrastructure,
  • Optical fibre and cables,
  • Automotive cabling networks related to smart mobility.

Our technical expertise enjoys recognition in all our fields of activity

Acome innovation expertise technique

ACOME's expertise is recognised by the profession across its various fields of activity. ACOME’s representatives, who are technical experts in their respective fields, participate as members in many professional organisations and actively serve on working groups and focus groups within various professional technical entities and standardisation bodies such as AFNOR, IEC, CENELEC, ARCEP, SYCABEL, EUROPACABLE, FIEEC, FTTH COUNCIL, CREDO, OBJECTIF FIBRE and OPEN ALLIANCE, among others. 


ACOME has joined the DataLab Normandie, a consortium driven by the Normandy Region, which aims to develop a data ecosystem in Normandy.
ACOME SA obtained an overall score of 86 points on the gender equality index
ACOME and its partner ALSATIS are launching a 5G testing platform at its multi-plant site in Romagny (Manche) to test new practices for Industry 4.0.