This interactive workshop organized by the ECSEL SECREDAS project, will collect concerns from different stakeholders such as certification bodies, governments, end-users, manufacturers, tier-1 suppliers and discuss directions for future solutions. Several application areas will be addressed among which connected cars, railway, and health systems.
Location: EFECS 2019 Conference Helsinki (https://efecs.eu/). Room will be announced during the EFECS conference. Please check the information boards during the conference.
Link: EFECS Conference 2019 – Helsinki
Learn how Collective Perception supports the automotive industry to bridge the era where non-connected and autonomous cars are on the road simultaneously.
When we talk about it, we frequently use the term “the self-driving car” as a singular object – however, the autonomous technology will transform transportation’s nature from individual to cooperative, by allowing the sharing of information, perceptions and intentions between different players, making it possible to solve a traffic situation in a collective way.
V2X (Vehicle-to-everything) is the main enabler of the transformation to Collective Perception.
In this webinar, András Váradi, Research Director of V2X developer Commsignia, provides an overview of the roadmap on what technologies and solutions are aiding autonomous vehicles to share information about not only themselves, but their surroundings as well, making transportation safer and more sustainable.
His presentation outlines Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 features and introduces Collective Perception Messages as the next big step towards the autonomous vehicle. Váradi also clarifies what kinds of information sharing protocols are available and give an outlook on further technologies that will be based on such shared knowledge, like misbehaviour detection. The webinar will thus also offer a sneak peek into the EU-ECSEL funded “SECREDAS” trial project.
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Links: V2X webinar
Commsignia Introduction to Collective Perception PDF