CTAG will participate in the ITS World Congress 2021, a world reference event on Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). This annual congress, organised by Ertico, will be held in the city of Hamburg from October 11 to 15.
We look forward to meeting you at stand B7006 (hall B7), where we will present our technologies and development capabilities in connected, cooperative and automated mobility (CCAM). We will also present our advances in autonomous driving and the latest news about SISCOGA, a permanent corridor of more than 200 km of urban and interurban roads to carry out tests with intelligent transport systems.
The ITS World Congress will also offer technical and scientific sessions, exhibitions, workshops and demonstrations of organisations from all over the world. More than 10,000 people are expected to attend the event, which will host 400 exhibitors from over 100 countries.
All the information about ITS World Congress 2021 at https://itsworldcongress.com/
We invite you to visit a new section in which we include all the updated information about our laboratories and test tracks for autonomous and connected driving systems.
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This course, organised by ITS España, took place last October 17 at the Dirección General de Tráfico in Madrid. In addition to CTAG, a number of organisations and companies involved in autonomous driving collaborated, including DGT, INSIA, ASTI, Ferrovial, Here, RACC and Telefónica. The course was coordinated by Francisco Sánchez Pons, Director of Electronics and Intelligent Transport Systems at CTAG.
This was an excellent opportunity to go into detail about the technologies involved in automated and autonomous driving together with outstanding professionals of the sector. The main international initiatives and projects in this field were presented as well as topics on which the vehicle of the future is being built: technologies, legislative aspects, infrastructures, connectivity and validation and set-up. This last topic was presented by Rosa Blanco, Head of the Department of Validation of Electronic Systems, Quality and HMI at CTAG.