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SEGULA Technologies
At the core of innovation
Nov 2014

Hot on the heels of the Paris Motor Show, in this second issue we invite our readers to discover our review of this year's event where SEGULA Technologies unveiled their latest innovations in connected vehicles and weight reduction. 
We also focus on our Research & Innovation in wind and marine renewable energies, and interview one of our electronics and systems experts.
Until next time on www.segulatechnologies.com, happy reading!

The SEGULA Technologies Team


Top Story
Just in French   When the Paris Motor Show 2014 closed its doors on 19 October, it had recorded some great results: over 1.2 million visitors, 100 premières and numerous technological innovations. 
It was also a remarkable year for SEGULA Technologies, who presented their latest innovations in connected vehicles and weight reduction with a demo model.

A look back at the Paris Motor Show...

As well as...

Drive train acoustic colouring
As part of our mission to develop electric vehicles, SEGULA Technologies has led research on drive trains in order to reduce and improve the noise heard by those in the vehicle.
18 NOV.
  Polytech’Lyon recruitment fair
20 NOV.
  ESTACA recruitment fair
24 NOV.
  Polytech'Nantes interview role playing
27 NOV.
  Inauguration of the Saint-Nazaire site (SIMRA)
Research & Innovation: focus on wind energy
Project NOMAD: autonomous offshore wind turbine

In 2012 SEGULA Technologies launched project NOMAD. This project involves developing a solution for offshore electricity production to meet the occasional requirements of sites at sea.


Project SPONE: Underwater acoustic simulation tool

As part of our development of marine renewable energy, SEGULA Technologies launched project SPONE in 2013 to forecast sound levels associated with offshore wind turbines.


Expert advice
Gilles Petit, Electronics and Systems Director

Electronics is one of the key factors of innovation especially in the automotive sector where it is the basis of one out of every two innovations. The development of embedded intelligent systems has become a technological concern and represents numerous challenges. Gilles Petit, Electronics and Systems Director at SEGULA Technologies, tells us a bit more about his profession.



 Latest news 
Four years after the launch of the EF01, the first electric racing single-seater designed by SEGULA Technologies, Beijing opened the first world Formula E Championship on 13 September 2014
On 16, 17 and 18 October 2014, SEGULA Technologies was in Le Havre to take part in the first LH Sailing Performance. An international event in sailing performance, this unique concept, supported by Michel Desjoyeaux, enabled water-sports stakeholders to exchange views on two themes: innovation and performance
SEGULA Technologies took part in the 13th meet.ING engineering conference at the CNIT Paris on 23 October. Organised by Syntec-Ingénierie, this fair brings student engineers and major players in the industry together as well as attributing the Engineering of the Future Award.



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