INTonomous

INTernationalisation for Autonomous Driving actors

Goals

First, the objective is to generate European supply chains on the autonomous and connected vehicle, relying on a network of European SMEs that stand out for their innovative character, diversity and complementarity. These will be linked based on their skills and solutions and in relation to the needs of the target markets (United States, Canada and United Arab Emirates).

A specific value chain and a common marketing and communication strategy will be developed for each of these countries, in order to promote potential technological and commercial partnerships during the missions that will be organized in the three target countries.

In addition, the INTonomous project will provide acceleration services to selected SMEs to prepare them to enter the target markets. A series of webinars will be organized to address internationalization and foreign market entry strategies, specificities of the three target countries and trends in the autonomous and connected vehicle.

Subsequently, European matchmaking events will be organized to launch collaboration between SMEs and benefit from expert advice for each target country.

Finally, a tailor-made mission to the United States, Canada and the United Arab Emirates will be organized to promote the solutions, experience and expertise of the European supply chains that will have been created.

The INTonomous cluster partners will make use of their extensive international network and the numerous trade fairs and networking events on site to foster the development of technology and business partnerships.

The goal of INTonomous is to create strategic European supply chains that bring together innovative SMEs in the field of autonomous and connected vehicles and to develop them outside Europe. INTonomous targets in particular the markets of the United States, Canada and the United Arab Emirates, and will offer tailored entrepreneurial missions to SMEs.

INTonomous is inspired by the internationalization strategies developed within the MobiGoIn and MobiGoIn-Action projects, both led by Torino Wireless, which have strengthened the international experience of our SMEs.

Read the project profile on the European Cluster Collaboration Platform.

The project is co-funded by the COSME program of the European Union.

NextMove (France) – Coordinator

bwcon – Baden-Württemberg: Connected (Deutchland)

Fondazione Torino Wireless (Italy)

Media Evolution Southern Sweden AB (Sweden)

Autoklastr (Czech Republic)

Zone Cluster (Hungary)

Torino Wireless is responsible for monitoring activities and the long-term sustainability of the partnership.