VEDECOM is a public-private partnership dedicated to research and training on carbon-free, sustainable individual mobility. Created by the French government as an “institute for Energy Transition”, based on an unprecedented collaboration between industries of the automotive sector, infrastructure and service operators in the mobility eco-system, academic research institutions, and local communities in the Ile-de-France Region. VeDeCoM develops a global expertise in the fields of electrified vehicles, autonomous and connected cars, and new infrastructure and services for shared mobility and energy.
Within work package 7 “Business model estimation tool developments”, VeDecoM will assure a consistent evaluation of mobility solutions within their context. To measure they are in line with the outcoming new usages of mobility, VeDeCoM has developed a modelling tool of mobility schemes. This is based on the unique merging of vehicle and transport industries, as well as territories and local communities inside VeDecoM.
FAUL Nadège, female, is senior project manager of the Physical Infrastructures research program at VeDeCoM.
She has been managing projects and businesses for PSA Peugeot Citroën since 1990. She is graduate from Rouen Business School, has been responsible for Parts and Services international development for 5 years. From 1994 to 2009, she has been responsible for HR and training projects involving both the international and French distribution networks, in the fields of quality, sales and Customer relations. She was named in 2005 Quality and Customer Satisfaction Director for Peugeot. Between 2009 and 2014, she has been responsible for the development of new services and business models in the raising field of Mobility services.
SADEGHIAN Shadi, female, is junior researcher at LVMT (City, Mobility and Transport Laboratory) of IFSTTAR, in the field of Transport and Land System (modelling and economic analysis). She holds a PhD in Transportation science (2013) from Paris-Est University, a M.Sc. in Transportation Engineering and Sustainable Development (2009) from Ecole des Ponts ParisTech and Ecole Polytechnique and a B. Sc. in Civil Engineering (2007) from University of Tehran (IR). Her current research focuses on economic and policy issues concerning innovative
mobility solutions and specifically electric mobility, hereby taking a holistic system approach.
This is the article presented by Richard Mounce and John Nelson at the UTSG communication event in Glasgow in Jauary 2017.pdf : UTSG Glasgow in January 2017 (article)