CTAG, premiado por su labor en la promoción de las telecomunicaciones

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El Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de Galicia (COETG) y la Asociación de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación de Galicia (AETG) han galardonado a CTAG con uno de los Premios Galicia de las Telecomunicaciones y de la Sociedad de la Información 2019. Se trata del Premio Socio de Honor, un reconocimiento a figuras o entidades que destaquen por su promoción de las telecomunicaciones en Galicia.

Las juntas directivas del COETG y de la AETG han destacado “la contribución de CTAG al desarrollo de las TIC y su implicación en el sector, a través de los proyectos de vanguardia que desarrolla como en el caso del proyecto del vehículo autónomo”.

Esta convocatoria también premiará el trabajo de Nueva Pescanova, la aplicación Proxecta, desarrollada por un grupo de estudiantes de la Universidad de Vigo, y al ingeniero Rafael Moya.

La entrega de premios tendrá lugar el próximo 24 de mayo durante la celebración de la XXIV Noite Galega das Telecomunicacións.

Más información en http://www.aetg.gal/articulos/premios-galicia-das-telecomunicacions-reconecemos-as-mellores-practicas-de-2019-no-sector-

Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación, Asociación de Enxeñeiros de Telecomunicación de Galicia

CTAG celebrates Spanish-Portuguese General Assembly of the 5G Mobix project

Fotografía de los participantes en 5GMOBIX

Within the framework of the 5GMOBIX European Project, the General Assembly takes place today at CTAG between the Spanish and Portuguese partners, which is one of the main pilots of the 5GMOBIX project. The objective is to prepare the different milestones of the project, and to define the joint strategy for the deployment of 5G technology which will take place in the coming months.

The purpose of the 5GMOBIX project is to specify, deploy and evaluate 5G services that will support Connected, Cooperative and Automated Mobility (CCAM), defining in this way different use cases of Connected and Autonomous Driving that will use 5G technology as the communication base channel to improve the safety and comfort of the services deployed in the vehicles.

The corridor between Vigo and Oporto is the most important cross-border corridor where the tests defined within the scope of the project will be carried out. With the collaboration of the different partners it will be possible to carry out all the necessary deployment in the different parts that are covered: infrastructure, communications, telephony, vehicles, users, etc.

Thus, this corridor includes partners that cover the complete value chain, including public institutions, research centres, telecom companies and car manufacturers.

DGT, IMT, Telefónica, NOS, Nokia Bell Labs, Nokia Portugal, Vigo City Council, CTAG, Dekra, ALSA, AEVAC, University of Murcia, CCG, Infraestruturas de Portugal, Norte Litoral, Siemens, IT, TIS and A-To-B, form this Spanish-Portuguese consortium with the aim of strengthening the development of 5G technology and Autonomous Driving, which will become  reality in the coming years.

The first tests of the 5GMOBIX project will begin at the end of 2019, starting with tests in the laboratory and test tracks, arriving on the road throughout 2020. The tests will be extended until 2021 when the project will end.

For more information about the initiative please visit https://www.5g-mobix.com/ ; https://www.5g-mobix.com/x-border-trials/spain-portugal

 

 

CTAG presents the challenges of autonomous driving in Lisbon

Francisco Sánchez, Electronics & ITS Director at CTAG, is visiting Lisbon these days to participate in various workshops on technologies and challenges related to autonomous driving.

Paisaje, Lisboa.The first one, CREATE the Next Generation IoT eXperience for the Future, is held between February 26 and 28 and aims to foster links between communities of IoT (Internet of Things) users and providers, as well as with EU Member States’ initiatives

CTAG participates in two of the four sessions that make up the programme by presenting the AUTOPILOT project (Automated Driving Progressed by Internet of Things), a platform in development for connected vehicles that integrates infrastructure, IoT objects and vehicle, with special attention to automated driving safety. This project develops a range of services that combine autonomous driving and IoT, such as car sharing, autonomous parking service and the improvement of digital maps for autonomous vehicles.

On February 28, the AUTOCITS Workshop will take place, focusing on the challenges in autonomous driving implementation, with the participation of leading professionals in the sector. Francisco Sánchez will give a presentation on the technical challenges for autonomous and connected driving.

For more information about these workshops please visit:

https://european-iot-pilots.eu/2019-february-lisbon/

https://www.autocits.eu/

For more information about CTAG’s expertise in Electronics and ITS please visit:

https://ctag.com/competencias/electronica-e-its/