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02-04-2015

2,750 Students Participate in the Valeo Innovation Challenge

This year, 2,750 students around the world are participating in the Valeo Innovation Challenge, with a large contingent from every continent. A total of 1,324 teams of engineering students, which is nearly 40% more than last year, from 89 countries and representing 1,036 universities have submitted their projects, with the goal of winning the EUR 100,000 first prize.

Some 80 Valeo experts and a number of independent scientists will review each of the submitted projects, to select the 20 teams that will continue on to the next stage of the contest. The 20 short-listed teams will be announced on April 1st, 2015, and Valeo will grant each of them €5,000 to create a functioning prototype.

The six teams that submit the most innovative projects will be chosen on September 1st, 2015. They will be invited to Paris to present their projects to a jury chaired by Jacques Aschenbroich, Valeo Chief Executive Officer, and comprised of members of the Group’s senior management team, as well as eminent figures from the worlds of science and design. The jury will designate the winning team, which will receive EUR 100,000, with the second and third-place teams each receiving EUR 10,000.

The goal of the Valeo Innovation Challenge is to invite students to imagine equipment that, between now and 2030, will make cars more intelligent and intuitive. Students taking part in the Challenge are asked to develop bold, revolutionary solutions for the cars of the future.

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