Mobility 4.0 challenge by Software Republique


Thanks to all of you, this first challenge of the Software République is a great success. Mobility 4.0 is an exciting topic and you were enthusiastic about shaping the future with us. We thank each one of you for your submission and commitment.

After receiving more than 150 project submissions over a period of 6 weeks, we deliberated and chose the Top 10 Finalists. The deliberation was really challenging among so many brilliant candidacies. 


CONGRATULATIONS to all the finalists!!!!


Rural mobility is an underserved market. By including data related to the road surface, quality, elevation, weather, vehicle specifics, the available charging network and the driver's preferences in real-time and with global coverage BAREWAYS is able to customize routing and navigation for e-vehicles in rural regions.


Daba'Go aspires to become the essential tool for addressing transportation issues in major African cities for humans and transport providers. Firstly, on economic issues, by allowing an optimization of investments and access to transport for all, ecological by relieving congestion in cities and reducing individual impact, by making each actor of tomorrow's practical locomotion.


Geoflex uses absolute and accurate positioning using standard GNSS hardware available in current vehicles to demonstrate crowd-mapping and lane level crowdsourced traffic information. These highly accurate maps can be used for car centric applications (lane level navigation and guidance, ADAS) as well as smart city and last mile delivery operations.


Heex Technologies enhances the BMS with targeted data to provide key insights based on driver and vehicle behaviors. The smart data approach can be leveraged to extract and collect key situation/events and build relevant datasets which will offer actionable knowledge for battery monitoring as well as preventive, and ultimately predictive maintenance.


In France, 85% of EV-PHEV drivers have come across an out-of-service charging station. To alleviate this problem, Keybas proposes to maintain charging points operability through their KBbox® monitoring devices (IOT box) and their eco charging system supervision software.


Parcoor proposes a threat detection software deployed on-device and based on a novel approach combining system core data monitored in real-time and cutting-edge, lightweight, fast and explainable machine learning algorithms. It ensures embedded cybersecurity and autonomous real-time detection.


The transportation sector generates masses of data. Combined to real-world complex situations, it makes it difficult for classical computers to process them in a way that would allow to build reliable models and to accurately predict potential issues, within a reasonable computing time. Quantum Processing potentially provides a mean to develop and efficiently train classifiers, predictive models and optimizers. 


Search Mobility develops a B2B mobility solution dedicated for green commuting. It allows CSR functions to manage data related to home-work daily journeys, to promot eco-mobility and responsible employees’ practices to reduce company's footprint and to strengthen employees’ engagement in the company's CSR strategy.


Vianova propose to build a road safety algorithm that could benefit both cities and car drivers to identify and be notified in real time of hazardous incidents on the roads or high accident risks on certain zones. 


Wattpark is the « Airbnb© of chargers ». It allows owners to share and rent out their charging station. It helps drivers locate, connect, and pay with ease and make the EV driving experience stress-free.