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Digital High-Tech European/Global event on Smart Mobility in Paris: Press Invitation to "Eurofora"

Written by ACM
Δευτέρα, 09 Ιούλιος 2018

*Strasbourg/Angelo Marcopolo/- "Eurofora" received Twice a kind Press Invitation by BMW, Ford, PSA and Qualcom Giants for an interesting High-Tech Digital Innovation in the Automotive Industry, concerning Transports in general, (f.ex., Cars, Buses, Motorcycles, Bicycles, etc, but also Infrastructures, and even Pedestrians), in "the 1st European Demonstration" of a Technological Breakthrough, nick-named "C-V2X", promoted by "Savari" Vehicle Software producer, which allows for "Connected" but "Autonomous Vehicles", reportedly "Ready for Deployment in 2020", to "Communicate" between them, even "withOut .. a Cellular Network".


Eyeing several important "Mobility, Transportation services" and "Road Safety", as well as "Integration into Smart City + Intelligent Transportation", (even "Automated Driving") Advantages, this Digital Innovation, supported Nowadays by a Global Organisation of Companies from Automotive and TeleCom (ICT) Cross-Industries, called "5G Automotive Association" (alias : "5GAA"), created in 2016, which Ambitions to "Pioneer" the "Digital Transformation in the Automotive Industry", aiming a "Global Market Penetration", has scheduled a practical Demonstration at the "Autodrome de Linas-Monthléry", South of Paris, (an Historic Car Race, Motorcycle Race, even Cycling World Championship Host in the Past, etc).



By a Timely Coincidence, that event takes place just before Automobile Platform President, former Minister, Luc Chatel would meet with Strasbourg-Educated (Sciences Po), Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne, French Minister of State, later that Same Day.

 The supplementary fact that, even at a times when risks of Trade Wars might push Allies to sterile Confrontations, it's 3 World Famous Franco-German, i.e. European, and one American Car Industries which, on the contrary, Coordinated their forces in order to, inter alia, also Protect Road Safety, naturally gives an original and favorite GeoPolitical Flavour to this exceptional event.

Even if "Eurofora" was, finaly, obliged to decline that interesting Press Invitation, at the last minute, mainly because of a Time Overload, including, among others, right after the latest EU Parliament Plenary Session in Strasbourg, also a key Meeting for the Organization of Citizens' Participation in Public Authorities' Decision-Making, added to certain University obligations, in the run-up to NATO's forthcoming Brussels' Summit, as well as CoE's Annual International Conference on "Cyber-Crime", etc., neverheless, the European interest of the above-mentioned, Digital Technology event is undeniable.

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