The main goal of ICT4CART is to design, implement and test in real-life conditions a versatile ICT infrastructure that will enable the transition towards higher levels of automation (up to L4) addressing existing gaps and working with specific key ICT elements, namely hybrid connectivity, data management, cyber-security, data privacy and accurate localisation. ICT4CART builds on high-value use cases (urban and highway), which will be demonstrated and validated in real-life conditions at the test sites.

ICT4CART project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

The project consists of 21 partners from nine EU countries, united in their vision to build a sustainable future for connected and automated vehicles.

Institute of Communication and Computer Systems

Project coordinator

ICCS is the project coordinator, responsible for the day-to-day management of the project as well as the quality and risk management. The Institute is also contributing in several other tasks of the project and it is responsible for the organisation of the final event and demonstration.

To find out more about each of the partners involved in the ICT4CART project, simply click on any of the logos listed below.