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Eureka projects

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...

Electric vehicles, connectivity and autonomous driving functions will revolutionise the automotive domain, which is a major challenge for vehicle manufacturers. Customers should be willing to pay for autonomous driving features that are a small part of the total car costs. The rationale behind dangun is that rather...

The mos2s project aims to develop and test audiovisual smart city technologies addressing the needs of its inhabitants, and embed these solutions in a dedicated smart city playground. This playground provides a venue platform as stepping stone towards a full smart city operating system, and the support of proof-of-...

The project, ‘panacea gaming platform’ (pgp), aims to develop a robust technology platform to enable game development for use in the clinical treatment of those with disabilities (15% of the paediatric population and up to 40% of the elderly population). The end results will be a suite of health games, a tracking...

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.