A cet effet, VEDECOM a développé un catalogue...
To this end, VEDECOM has developed a catalogue of training courses for experts in industry, communities, as well as a series of fun educational devices designed to better understand the technologies and uses of the mobility solutions of tomorrow, because "mobility is learned".
The Institute for the City in Motion-VEDECOM complements this arrangement with the following actions:
- About the autonomous vehicle:
- A "Robospective" board game that helps you imagine "mobile robots" and question the interplay around the services they could offer.
- On the psycho-social, cognitive and cultural dimensions of mobility:
- A serious mobility learning game "On the road!" to develop the autonomous mobility of individuals, aimed in particular at people in social/professional integration or in the learning phase (school).
Ivry-sur-Seine emergency shelter is located on the brownfield site of the water treatment plant, an extensive 90 000-square-metre parcel belonging to the City of Paris.
The shelter is part of the response to the arrival of around 60 persons per day within intra-mural Paris, women, children and men fleeing war-torn countries or misery. It was designed to shelter 400 persons, families, couples and isolated women for 2 to 6 months, while they apply for asylum. This settlement is temporary, supposed to last 5 years at most.
The contracting authority, Emmaüs Solidarity, wanted to design the shelter like a “village”, to offset its distance from the city. Beyond the reception hall, “streets” serve the different neighbourhoods (dedicated to families or isolated people and couples), as well as the health centre and store.