SCOTT aims to extend the IoT for wirelessly connected smart sensors and actuators to be used in mobility, building & home / smart infrastructure, and health domains. It will not just deal with 'things that are connected', but with 'trustable things that securely communicate'. SCOTT will therefore enable efficient, trustworthy connectivity and facilitate ubiquity of intelligent embedded systems and systems of systems. Inter alia, SCOTT will establish a ‘Trusted System Development Framework’, will provide measurable security, and will create an unprecedented ‘privacy labelling’ to create sustainable trust in the IoT.
TrustVehicle aims at advancing technical solutions for automated driving to better assess critical situations in mixed traffic scenarios and even under harsh environmental conditions, hence increasing safety far beyond the current levels.
The project follows a user-centric approach and will provide solutions which significantly increase reliability and trustworthiness of automated vehicles and contribute to end-user acceptance.
The output of TrustVehicle is extensively assessed in real-world operating conditions on three demonstrators representing three vehicle classes. Special focus will be put on the demonstration of the fault-tolerant and fail-operational system behavior as well as 24/7 availability. End-users of the technology will systematically and thoroughly be involved to express their requirements, expectations, and concerns.
ARTEMIS Industry AssociationExhibitor
ARTEMIS Industry Association strives for a leading position of Europe in Embedded Intelligence. The Association is a membership organization for the European R&I actors with more than 180 members and associates from all over Europe. The multidisciplinary nature of the membership provides an excellent network for the exchange of technology ideas, cross-domain fertilisation, as well as for large innovation initiatives.
ARTEMIS Industry Association believes that there are no sharp delineations between technologies, and that such technologies should not be considered in splendid isolation. These areas together will allow the rise of new innovative businesses that support the opportunities for value creation in several sectors that Embedded Intelligence creates. In an industrial context Cyber-Physical Systems encompasses a wider class of systems than Embedded Systems in their most narrow definition. Therefore, ARTEMIS-IA distinguishes several key technologies that together create this wider industrial context of Embedded Intelligence:
- Embedded and Cyber-Physical Systems
- Secure IoT and Systems of Systems
- Edge Computing & Embedded Artificial Intelligence
- Embedded High Performance Computing
- Systems of Systems Integration platforms for Digitalisation
- Embedded Software Engineering Technologies and Tools
As private partner in ECSEL Joint Undertaking, ARTEMIS-IA supports formation of consortia and initiation of project proposals for joint collaboration and creates the meeting place where key industry players and other R&D&I actors identify strategic high priority topics for collaborative R&I projects.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) & Austrian Standards InternationalExhibitor
Austrian Standards International
Get to know the Austrian member of Standards + Innovation, Austrian Standards International, and hear how standardization could support your research and innovation project.
Researchers and innovators using standardization obtain several benefits:
- Knowing the standards helps to enter a new research field, avoids double work and reduces costs for needed adaptions of the innovation when entering the market
- Actively participating in standardization helps to include own interests in standards, offers an access to a large European network of experts and stakeholders and increases visibility
- Planning and initiating own standardization activities shows both potential industry partners as well as evaluators of funding programs the willingness to transfer the innovation to the market and meet its requirements
The awareness for standardization and its potential benefits are yet to be further explored by the research and innovation community and the interaction of standardizers with them still holds room for improvement. The initiative Standards + Innovation has been founded by several European standards organizations in 2019. Standards + Innovation aims to raise awareness for standardization within the research and innovation community, teaches innovators about the benefits and supports them on standardization related topics.
IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
The world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity, publishes technical journals, sponsors conferences, develops technology standards, offers continuing education and supports over 426,000 members worldwide. IEEE creates an environment where professionals and students collaborate on world-changing technologies-from computing and sustainable energy systems to aerospace, communications, healthcare, robotics, and other technologies.
IEEE’s core purpose is to foster technology, innovation, and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
IEEE will be essential to the global technical community and to technical professionals everywhere, and it will be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions. In our booth you can talk to IEEE members and get to know the value of membership, our participation is on the framework of the 40th Anniversary of IEEE Austria Section.
Mobility.E Lighthouse Initiative supports the roadmap towards safe, electric, automated/ autonomous and connected smart mobility.
The lighthouse focuses on addressing major technological, legal and infrastructure innovation challenges facing the large-scale deployment of safe, electrically powered, automated/autonomous and connected vehicles. Its goal is the deployment of a zeroemission/ zero-accident intelligent mobility systems accessible by all.
MOBILITY AS A SERVICE
Automated/autonomous driving is a disruptive technology that opens the door to future multi-billion markets. It provides business opportunities to value chains in the automotive and semiconductor industry.
“One of the paradigm shifts, occurring in the automotive industry, is the emergence of Mobility as a Service. In aviation, this concept is already long established. Soon, all we will be concerned about is that we leave and arrive on schedule, safe and sound, and that the trip fulfils our wishes in terms of comfort and convenience. This is where the Lighthouse will focus its beam – to light the way to all the technical and non-technical issues, so that, along the roadmap, we can overcome bumps, obstacles and potholes that we may come up against.”
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The Austrian automotive industry – or more precisely – automotive supply industry represents a significant value for Austria. Austria exports higher values in automotive parts and components than it imports new, complete vehicles. Furthermore, the automotive sector has the highest share of researchers – about 14%. Austria’s universities and research institutions enjoy an excellent international reputation.