An unrivalled testing ground
Quebec offers the perfect experimental spaces and solutions for demonstration and testing projects. The province’s wide range of climates and unique mobility and transportation expertise make it a key destination for simulations and tests.
The equipment and capabilities of Quebec’s test centers are a real asset to the democratization of sustainable mobility. Urban laboratories, experimentation and test spaces and solutions: the implementation of smart infrastructures is a major contributor to innovation in the vast field of transportation. Propulsion Québec encourages physical and virtual simulations of mobility logistics solutions. In this way, we are constantly pushing back the technological and technical barriers in the field of electric and smart ground transportation (EST).
Increase the number of experimental and testing spaces and solutions throughout Quebec and offer comprehensive support services for simulation, experimentation, and testing through the Collaborative Innovation Hub for Mobility.
Identify existing skills, equipment, and capabilities at Quebec’s testing centers.
Make the most of Quebec’s virtual simulation strengths and use them for EST.
Interactive tool on ambitions and progress
Discover our participative tool that enables all ecosystem players to follow the progress of the 225 initiatives of our green industrial policy, grouped under 8 key strategic ambitions.
The Quebec economy—and more broadly the world economy—faces multiple challenges: the climate crisis, supply chain problems, labour shortages, inflation, etc. Quebec has an abundant supply of resources, know-how, and expertise; however, the next points on its agenda should include structuring, developing, and planning industrial activities.Read more
The Innovative Vehicle Institute (IVI), Propulsion Québec, and the partners of the electric mining vehicle (EMV) project—Adria Power Systems, Dana TM4, L. Fournier et Fils, Nouveau Monde Graphite, CanmetMINING, Natural Resources Canada and National Research Council Canada (NRCC)—are pleased to announce the start of a nine-month test phase of an open-pit mining vehicle and its infrastructure, starting in summer 2022 at the Nouveau Monde Graphite mine in Saint-Michel-des-Saints.Read more
Ambition EST 2030 : a roadmap for propelling Quebec to the forefront of the electric and smart transportation industry by 2030
Propulsion Québec, the cluster for electric and smart transportation, is announcing Ambition EST 2030, a roadmap for the electric and smart transportation (EST) industry developed in partnership with Deloitte.Read more
The story of smart, autonomous transportation began nearly half a century ago. In the early 1980s, avionics systems started to replace more traditional mechanical and hydraulic systems through calculators and embedded software.Read more
Reinventing working from home – How a Sherbrooke start-up managed to continue activities despite the pandemic …. in a garage!
One of our members, Calogy Solutions, a young company focused on the creation of sustainable thermal management solutions for electric transport, normally conducts their experimental work at the shared laboratories at the University of Sherbrooke’s Interdisciplinary Institute for Technological Innovation (3IT).Read more
We were pleased to welcome many members and partners from the smart and electric transportation ecosystem to our new offices for lunch on November 28. This event, which was an opportunity to celebrate our first year of operations, was a great success.Read more