Autonomous vehicle


Networks and IT  /  Article

5G arrives in Le Havre: optimised communications and a Smart Port on the horizon

5G has arrived safely In March 2021, Orange’s 5G network reached the majority of the Port of Le Havre, France’s leading container port for foreign trade, heralding the arrival of new services for harbour users.  From experimentation to standardisation The benefits and potential applications of 5G were researched and analysed prior to its deployment in […]


Digital culture  /  Article

CES 2021 characterised by the pandemic

The 2021 edition of CES was particular in both style and content. Due to the pandemic, the Las Vegas CES was held entirely online this year, with the digital version losing much of the charm of this prestigious gathering of all things digital, one of the main attractions of which consists in wandering from stand […]


Networks and IT  /  Article

The connected car crosses national borders

What potential barriers are there to the connected self-driving car? Every year, technological developments in this field bring us closer and closer to the highest level of autonomy — vehicles that can drive themselves, without drivers or passengers. But this progress has a very real limit in the form of national borders. The question of […]


Internet of things  /  Article

Connected field robots ease the burden for farmers

For millennia, agricultural revolutions have had decisive impacts on the life and well-being of human societies. Gradual improvements in knowledge, tools and techniques, and occasional technological breakthroughs, have made it possible to feed larger populations: the development of the plough around the 1st millennium BC; the rise of windmills around 1000 AD; the techniques of […]


Networks and IT  /  Article

Connected or even self-driving: The future of cars with 5G

For over a decade, Orange has been at the forefront of research on connected mobility based on cellular networks. Thanks to its commitment to national and European collaborative projects, i.e. SCOOP, it has been possible to shape and sculpt the future of vehicular communications. This endeavour subsequently saw a shift in focus to 5G applications […]


Networks and IT  /  Article

The connected mobility of tomorrow: smooth journeys managed from end-to-end

New forms of mobility are emerging. Orange is taking a keen interest, participating in events such as the recent Movin’On Summit and conducting research in the field.


Internet of things  /  Article

TwinswHeel, the robot that carries your shopping

TwinswHeel is offering robots for carrying heavy loads at industrial sites and for individuals in urban areas.


Internet of things  /  Article

Smart mobilities: the automation of trains is on track

For its autonomous train project, the SNCF is testing technologies that will transform the traveller experience of years to come.


Research  /  Blog

5G and connected vehicles: communication and cooperation

Since 2016, Orange research on connected mobility based on cellular networks has focussed on two research projects: Towards5G then 5GCAR.


Networks and IT  /  Article

When self-driving cars hit the road… or the test track

UTAC CERAM Group uses its new test centre for self-driving vehicles to engage all the players in the ecosystem on connectivity and 5G issues.


Internet of things  /  Article

From home to car: seamless uses of digital technology

The rise of applications associated with the connected home and the connected car makes their convergence for “seamless” uses a strategic matter.


Networks and IT  /  Article

Network slicing: ‘Innovative 5G connectivity for connected vehicles’

Network slicing is an innovative feature associated with 5G, which will support a number of use cases, especially in the connected vehicles domain. We spoke to Bernadette Villeforceix.