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Automotive and Transportation

Autonomous vehicles. The rise of e-mobility. The race towards sustainable energy sources. The automotive and transportation industry is undergoing massive disruption. It is facing challenges to keep up with emerging technologies, rapidly shifting customer expectations, and demanding new business models along the way.

But it’s not just vehicles that are undergoing transformation – infrastructure planning and operations need to adapt swiftly too.

Speed and complexity

Vehicle software and components are becoming increasingly sophisticated, while product development cycles are getting shorter. Achieving the right balance between meeting consumer demands and improving efficiency will mean adopting emerging technologies that enhance every link in the supply chain – from engineering and R&D to application and integration.

Automation and connectivity

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), connected vehicles, and fully autonomous transport are all being developed in response to one weak link: the human in control of the vehicle. Digital technologies will deliver scheduling accuracy and improved traffic flow, which will in turn minimize risk and improve efficiency. It will also give real-time passenger, driver, and customer information.

Greener and smarter

Reducing the carbon footprint, new regulations, and the shift towards greener energy is making electric and hybrid vehicle development a high priority across the automotive and transport industries. At the same time, emerging mobility solutions are in high demand, paving the way for smarter fleet management and last mile mobility. Implementing the right infrastructure will be key in the future success of greener transportation.

Years of domain experience
Akkodis works with the world’s top automotive manufacturers to deliver innovative solutions and fuel their trip to the digital economy.

Automotive innovation

Innovation in the automotive industry is rapidly advancing. Autonomous vehicles are one of the biggest drivers of automotive innovation, while connected vehicles are already part of our daily lives. According to McKinsey & Company, it’s estimated that about 95% of all new vehicles sold will be connected by 2030. Manufacturers are focusing on the connected automotive. They are prioritizing ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistant System), specifically vehicle-to-vehicle communication and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication.

Akkodis delivers solutions enabling car connectivity, by developing infrastructure, smart monitoring, IoT and cloud architecture. We are strengthening cybersecurity and driving end-to-end application development. And we are at the cutting edge of driving assistance software development, taking your ADAS into the future.
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Driving towards a greener tomorrow

Regulatory pressure, customer demand, and new market disruptors mean rapid acceleration within the e-mobility sphere. Autonomy is a major component here, with partially autonomous vehicles already on the market.

Rapidly adopting new software will be central in adapting to e-mobility trends – and developing the skills to deliver them. Software and services will take a back seat to hardware, with businesses that offer more sophisticated software functionality setting themselves apart from the competition. To make electric vehicles a viable alternative to the combustion engine, battery production and infrastructure development are the keys to unleashing the potential.

From EV and hybrid powertrain development to charging infrastructure implementation and fleet management, we can work with you towards a greener tomorrow.
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Cutting-edge tech for railway automation

Digitalization is transforming the railway industry, providing a more reliable, streamlined, and comfortable service for passengers. Innovation in infrastructure is further driving progress, with fully automated signaling and control systems.

The autonomous vehicle goes beyond cars. Western Australia is already blazing a trail with the first autonomous, heavy-haul rail network.

To make this technology run smoothly, advanced software needs to be in place. That’s where Akkodis comes in – from design and prototype to planning and managing network services and infrastructure projects, we find the right solution for you.
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Smart solutions in the naval industry

Progress is ramping up to deliver smart transportation solutions in the naval industry. AI is optimizing safety, route planning, and decision-making. Sensor technology and wireless communication allow for real-time responses and data analysis, driving safer, swifter, and smarter processes. And driverless transportation is no longer the wave of the future - the world’s first completely autonomous cargo ship completed its maiden voyage in 2021.

The challenge going forwards will be maintaining progress while ensuring a robust, future-ready infrastructure is in place. Our multiskilled experts can quickly mobilize to deliver design, testing and launch of infrastructure projects, enhance manufacturing, and supply chain, and manage network services.
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  • Automotive innovation

    Innovation in the automotive industry is rapidly advancing. Autonomous vehicles are one of the biggest drivers of automotive innovation, while connected vehicles are already part of our daily lives. According to McKinsey & Company, it’s estimated that about 95% of all new vehicles sold will be connected by 2030. Manufacturers are focusing on the connected automotive. They are prioritizing ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistant System), specifically vehicle-to-vehicle communication and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication.

    Akkodis delivers solutions enabling car connectivity, by developing infrastructure, smart monitoring, IoT and cloud architecture. We are strengthening cybersecurity and driving end-to-end application development. And we are at the cutting edge of driving assistance software development, taking your ADAS into the future.
    automotive
  • Driving towards a greener tomorrow

    Regulatory pressure, customer demand, and new market disruptors mean rapid acceleration within the e-mobility sphere. Autonomy is a major component here, with partially autonomous vehicles already on the market.

    Rapidly adopting new software will be central in adapting to e-mobility trends – and developing the skills to deliver them. Software and services will take a back seat to hardware, with businesses that offer more sophisticated software functionality setting themselves apart from the competition. To make electric vehicles a viable alternative to the combustion engine, battery production and infrastructure development are the keys to unleashing the potential.

    From EV and hybrid powertrain development to charging infrastructure implementation and fleet management, we can work with you towards a greener tomorrow.
    e-mobility
  • Cutting-edge tech for railway automation

    Digitalization is transforming the railway industry, providing a more reliable, streamlined, and comfortable service for passengers. Innovation in infrastructure is further driving progress, with fully automated signaling and control systems.

    The autonomous vehicle goes beyond cars. Western Australia is already blazing a trail with the first autonomous, heavy-haul rail network.

    To make this technology run smoothly, advanced software needs to be in place. That’s where Akkodis comes in – from design and prototype to planning and managing network services and infrastructure projects, we find the right solution for you.
    railway
  • Smart solutions in the naval industry

    Progress is ramping up to deliver smart transportation solutions in the naval industry. AI is optimizing safety, route planning, and decision-making. Sensor technology and wireless communication allow for real-time responses and data analysis, driving safer, swifter, and smarter processes. And driverless transportation is no longer the wave of the future - the world’s first completely autonomous cargo ship completed its maiden voyage in 2021.

    The challenge going forwards will be maintaining progress while ensuring a robust, future-ready infrastructure is in place. Our multiskilled experts can quickly mobilize to deliver design, testing and launch of infrastructure projects, enhance manufacturing, and supply chain, and manage network services.
    naval

Why Akkodis

Akkodis leverages the world’s smartest minds to drive innovation across the automotive, e-mobility, railway, and naval industries.

We work with you to meet each challenge in your industry, from designing vehicles and telematics systems, to enhancing the manufacturing and supply chain, developing power grids, and delivering quality assurance and project management.
It’s time to disrupt. Together, let’s develop a smarter tomorrow.

Our clients’ success

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British Airways transforms its IT function by consolidating UK service centers for global support

To reduce the administrative overhead involved in managing its large talent pool, the client sought a partner who could address these requirements.
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We’re delighted to welcome Akkodis as part of the team ahead of the 2022 Formula One season. Judging by the passion for innovation Modis brought to their incredibly successful partnership with the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team, we’re very excited to see what the combined might of Akkodis will bring to the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team as they help drive our mission to become an organization at the cutting-edge of sustainability.

Richard Sanders

Commercial Director

Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team