Media coverage of automated
and connected driving
In the media
This section includes all the articles from international press related to ICT4CART activities and implementation.
(IT) ICT4CART, also Italy in the EU project that wants to make autonomous cars and smart environment dialoguePublished: 04 Mar, 2019
The European ICT4CART project , which involves companies, research institutions and universities from nine countries including Italy, aims to develop an ICT architecture that ensures self-driving vehicles safe connections and data sharing with the environment surrounding.
They are telecommunications technologies currently being developed through the European research project ICT4CART, carried out by a consortium of 21 partners from 9 European countries. Its work is coordinated by the Research University Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (EPISEY) of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of NTUA.
The research work of the University of Ulm is carried out within the framework of the EU joint project ICT4CART. It's about that Support of automated vehicles in road traffic with the help of information and communication technology in the infrastructure.
Since 2016, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport has launched a process for the digital transformation of Italian roads and the experimentation of connected vehicles
In order to effectively implement and use new mobility solutions, a community and European approach is important. Especially in challenging times, it is essential to create awareness for European solutions and to push them forward. Because mobility does not stop at borders. We have summarized the effects EU projects can have here with a few examples.
(DE) Intellicar.de - Press release about Ulm University at the Argoverse Motion Forecasting CompetitionPublished: 07 Feb, 2020
Press release regarding the award of Ulm University during the Argoverse Motion Forecasting Competition, adapted and published on an important autonomous driving news portal.
(DE) Ulm University won the Argoverse Motion Forecasting Competition with work partially developed within ICT4CARTPublished: 07 Feb, 2020
Jan Strohbeck and a working team from Ulm University have won, last December, the Argoverse Motion Forecasting Competition, developing a motion prediction based on deep learning which predicts the behaviour of traffic participants at intersections. Mr. Strohbeck's part of the work has been implemented within ICT4CART's project. This is the official press release in German.
Press release from our consortium partner SEAbility after the project technical meeting held in Munich the 19th and 19th of June 2018.
Press release from our consortium partner SEAbility after the project third Plenary meeting and Steering Committee held in Brussels from the 8th to the 10th of April 2019.
Press release from our consortium partner SEAbility after the project second Plenary meeting held in Wien the 28th and 29th of November 2018.
Press release from our consortium partner SEAbility after the project kick-off meeting held in Athens the 11th and 12th of September 2018.
Our consortium partner AUTOSTRADA DEL BRENNERO SpA has shared on their website a fiche with information regarding ICT4CART. The information is available in English, Italian and German.
A press release about the participation of LINKS Foundation, one of our partners, to the 6th edition of the Plugtests event, which focused on testing ITS Security features in order to support industry in the C-ITS deployment in the common single European trust domain. LINKS Foundation participated with its On Board Unit (OBU), currently used in ICT4CART for testing how the infrastructure can aid autonomous vehicles.
An interview by Dr. Amditis (ICCS, project coordinator) about ICT4CART, published on 05/05/2019 in the printed version of one of the most popular newspapers in Greece.