Renault discusses the future at Futurapolis
15 May 2014 14:00
A key player in innovation for all, Renault is taking part in the third edition of the Futurapolis forum on the theme of electricity and light.
Futurapolis is an annual forum dedicated to innovation in all areas of daily life. It is an opportunity for scientists, companies, municipalities and the general public to discuss the challenges of the future.
A diverse event with a positive focus, Futurapolis welcomed more than 12,000 people last year. In 2014, 170 participants will be discussing energy, connected objects, homes, robotics… and the cars of the future.
Futurapolis will take place between May 15 and 17 in Toulouse, south-west France. Visitors will be able to take part in 40 discussions.
Rémi Bastien , Vice-President, Research, Advanced Studies and Materials Engineering at Renault, will be speaking on the topic: “ What will cars of the future look like ?”. Marc Soulas , Vice-President, Electric Vehicle Engineering at Renault, will be taking part in: “ Car-sharing by Renault: 100% cloud managed ” and “ Electricity storage: the essential challenge ?”.
Visitors to the forum will also be able to find out about Formula E and to rediscover or try out Renault’s range of electric vehicles (Twizy, ZOE and Kangoo Z.E.).
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