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Autonomous driving requires, among other things, a high-performance on-board computer that centrally reads, processes and regulates many decentralized sensors and actuators, such as engine control, steering, brakes and chassis control. the processors for such a computer are not yet available in automotive grade...

At present, surveillance systems in the maritime domain consist of radar and visual sensors. Whereas radar is used to detect and track vessels, the visual sensors are used for securing borders in and around large infrastructures as e.G. Along a coast or in a harbour. These sensors are never used in conjunction in...

The high-tech transport manufacturing industries like automotive and aerospace have globalised with customers, partners as well as competitors. Industrial partners are involved in multiple projects that involve the collaboration of multiple sites and multiple companies, supplying each other with specific services in...

The concept of digital twin can provide solutions for the challenges faced in smart manufacturing, e.G. For predictive maintenance (pdm) techniques. Even though predictive maintenance and digital twins expected to have a high impact on future smart manufacturing and engineering, there are still very few functioning...

Recent advances in technology, from wireless sensor networks to big data processing and analysis, are changing our cities radically. Urban policymaking is a fundamental aspect of such transformation and can benefit from these emerging technologies with new supporting tools and an optimised processes. The polder...

Raising the productivity and competitiveness of European businesses through technology. Boosting national economies on the international market, and strengthening the basis for sustainable prosperity and employment.