With its Guyancourt Technocentre, one of the largest automotive research and development centers in Europe, Renault Group has made innovation one of the secrets to its success.
Vehicles are integrating a multitude of new functionalities, so much so that we now speak of "intelligent vehicles". These new features, such as gesture recognition, virtual assistance, eye-tracking, or attention control, will add to the current progress in accident prevention. These functionalities are made possible by the development of electronics and the integration of numerous sensors in modern vehicles.
Thus, understanding failure mechanisms will ensure quality levels consistent with large-scale manufacturing and distribution.