A new project for the internationalization of autonomous and connected vehicle SMEs

SMEs from all over Europe will be networked to generate autonomous and connected vehicle value chains that meet the needs of markets in the United States, Canada and the United Arab Emirates. These SMEs will benefit from acceleration services, European matchmaking events, and a tailor-made mission to the target countries to build technology and business partnerships.


A European collaborative project dedicated to the excellence of services offered to members and cross-border collaboration

RECiPE4Mobility is a 24-month project focused on the theme of safe and sustainable urban mobility. It aims to strengthen the management skills of the project’s partner clusters, to provide excellent services to our ecosystems, especially to SMEs, and to generate cross-sectoral and cross-border European value chains. 

MOBIlity GOes INternational – In ACTION

A collaborative project for NextMove start-ups and SMEs operating in the field of automotive and smart cities

MobiGoIn-Action is adressed to all European SMEs interested in business opportunities in North America (USA / Canada) and Asia (China / Singapore). MobiGoIn-Action addresses the automotive and smart city markets.


Mobility of the future: 
Transportation-focused skills development and training

The challenges and stumbling blocks for future mobility are hot topics and significant changes are expected to come over the next thirty years. The purpose of SKILLFUL is to identify and mitigate future impacts on transportation sector jobs.


ICCar Impact Connected Car, Un accélérateur pour l'industrie du véhicule connecté

A driver of growth for the connected vehicle industry

The European INNOSUP initiative aims to develop new cross-sectoral industrial value chains across the European Union by harnessing the innovative potential of SMEs. The call for projects was launched by the European Commission in 2015 via the H2020 programme. The Impact Connected Car (ICCar) project – in which NextMove is a partner – was approved and initiated in May 2017.


Its goal is to bridge the gap between autonomous vehicles and users.

New technological developments in the area of transportation are enabling continuous improvement with regard to the safety, efficiency, sustainability and comfort of these vehicles. Advances in vehicle automation mean that, in the not-so-distant future, we will be seeing vehicles that require minimal human input out on our roads. However, this paradigm shift brings its fair share of technological and non-technological challenges, too. These obstacles must be overcome if autonomous vehicles are to be introduced successfully.


Training on energy audits as an Energy Efficiency DRIVER for the automotive sector

E2Driver is a project financed by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme under the call for proposals EE-8-2018: Capacity building programmes to support the implementation of energy audits. NextMove is a partner of the project, playing a central role for French stakeholders. E2Driver has started on June 2019 and will last 36 months. E2DRIVER aims at developping a collaborative-cooperative training platform boosting the automotive supply industry collective intelligence on energy efficiency.

Development & performance analysis of Sol-gel / Polymer enamelled wires for electrical machines operating at high temperatures

HI-ECOWIRE aims at developing a more sustainable and competitive production process with two main technical objectives: Improve the energy performance and efficiency of electrical motors and replacing the current varnish by a polymer layer with higher thermal and dielectrical performances. NextMove will be in charge of the dissemination of the results and the application to and for the automotive sector. The project – led by the Belgian company Materia Nova – is based on an international consortium (SMEs, Industries, Research Centres and Universities) aiming at strengthening European competitiveness in the transport sector and energy production (wind turbine) while reducing the carbon footprint and the use of CMR solvents.