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CTAG participa en la decimocuarta edición del ITS European Congress, que se celebra en Toulouse (Francia) desde el 30 de mayo hasta el 1 de junio.
Estaremos en el stand número D15, presentando nuestras tecnologías y capacidades de desarrollo en movilidad conectada, cooperativa y automatizada (CCAM). Además, presentaremos nuestros avances en conducción autónoma y las últimas novedades de SISCOGA, un corredor permanente de más de 200 km de carreteras urbanas e interurbanas para la realización de pruebas con sistemas inteligentes de transporte.
El evento contará con una ponencia de Francisco Sánchez, director de la División de Electronica y Smart Mobility de CTAG, titulada “Disruptive Technologies for Last-Mile Autonomous Shuttles”, el martes 31 de mayo a las 11:45.
El ITS European Congress se celebra en el Centro de Conferencias MEETT de Toulouse, contando con instituciones y empresas de más de 40 países líderes en movilidad inteligente y digitalización del transporte.
Más información sobre la conferencia en la web del ITS European Congress.
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/
Next Thursday, February 6, AUTOPILOT’s Final Event will be held in Versailles, France, at mobiLAB and PSA Motorsports. The AUTOPILOT project explores and evaluates the contribution of new communication technologies, such as IoT (Internet of Things) or V2X (Vehicle to Everything), at the service of autonomous driving. This three-year research project is funded by the Horizon 2020 program (GA 731993) and developed in five European cities, including Vigo, and in a South Korean city. The Spanish part of the consortium is led by CTAG with the collaboration of Groupe PSA and Vigo City Council.
CTAG will provided two demonstrations on the VEDECOM test track of the use cases developed in Vigo with the AUTOPILOT I vehicle: Automated Valet Parking and Urban Driving, (the first tests of autonomous driving in urban environment performed in Spain, presented together with Groupe PSA and Vigo City Council last July).
In addition, Diego Bernárdez, Head of Connectivity and HMI at CTAG, will participate in the closing session of the results presentation.
For more information about the full programme, please visit: https://autopilot-project.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/16/2020/01/Autopilot-FEB_V04_LR.pdf
For more information about AUTOPILOT please visit: https://autopilot-project.eu/
These tests are part of AUTOPILOT, the European project launched at the beginning of 2017 which explores and evaluates the contribution of new communication technologies, such as IoT (Internet of Things) or V2X (Vehicle to Everything), at the service of autonomous driving. The project is developed in five European cities, including the city of Vigo.
The tests carried out in Vigo focus on automated parking in car parks (with a demonstration in the City Hall parking lot), and autonomous driving in urban areas (with a demonstration in Gran Vía avenue) in which the following situations are studied: adjustment to the optimal speed when approaching a traffic light and protection of vulnerable users. Thanks to the communication with the infrastructure, both urban driving situations tested contribute to the anticipation and adjustment of the vehicle speed, for a safer, more fluid and eco-responsible controlled driving, generating new mobility experiences.
For more information about the AUTOPILOT Project (Automated Driving Progressed by Internet of Things) please visit http://autopilot-project.eu/