The Campus MTI mission : supporting mobility and transport sectors transformation through vocational training, research, and jobs attractiveness.

The smart mobility and transport sectors

Bringing together actors from very different sectors:

  • Transport (of people or goods)
  • Digital (communication technology, connected and embedded systems, big data management, and cybersecurity)
  • Industry (manufacturers, equipment suppliers)
  • Energy transition

The use of information and communication technologies applied to mobility and transport (ITS: intelligent transport systems and services), combined with new mobility practices, are transforming the field.

Embedded technologies (sensors, radar, cameras…) and the development of intelligent transport systems and services make real-time interactions with the environment. Connected objects (IoT) collect, process data and enable access to new services. The electrification and uses of natural gas vehicles (GNV) for vehicles are also transforming mobility and transport.
All of these new patters are making mobility and transport “smart,” then more efficient, safer, economical, and environmentally friendly.
These changes lead to the new skills and jobs.

Artificial intelligence and digital technology make mobility and transport “Smart”.

To address this challenge, the Occitanie region and the State have organized a “Autonomous and Connected Vehicles” sector committee in Occitanie helping a regional ecosystem structuration focusing on electrical, autonomous and connected vehicles.

Campus MTI key figures

Smart mobility generates jobs, innovation, and economic opportunities and new markets and training needs :



45 000

direct jobs in the private sector


training curricula in the campus MTI


training institutions (5 high schools, 2 engineering schools, 1 university, and 3 vocational training organizations)

The role of the MTI campus

The State and the Region supporter the development of  “Autonomous and Connected Vehicles” activiites. They financed sector committee to map skills needs in Occitania.
The today main challenge is responding to new skills and qualifications to support the sector’s transformation.
The Campus of Skills and Qualifications for Smart Mobility and Transport aims to support sectors’ transformation.
Its network of secondary and higher education institutions, training organizations, research laboratories, institutional partners, and companies are working closely to meet the “skills” challenge.

The Campus MTI objectives 

  • Adapt and create innovative training curricila ;
  • Create technological platforms for applied research and new skills;
  • Facilitate professional integration,
  • Develop learning mobility at national and international level.
  • Increase the VET and job attractiveness.

A flagship location

Campus MTI is located at the Joseph Gallieni Polyvalent High School in Toulouse – “High School for Automobile, Transport, and Logistics Trades”.
The high school provides training curricula, general and technological sections from EQF from level 3 to 6.

1,200 learners are learning to integrate occupation in the maintenance of private or commercial vehicles, transport, and logistics.
The high school represents an area of 35,000 m2 offering large and modern workshops.

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