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FZI Research Center for Information Technology becomes shareholder of EICT

| Since July 2017, the FZI Research Center for Information Technology, Karlsruhe, is a new partner at EICT. With this partnership EICT further extends its strong network in Germany’s South-West. Along with Daimler AG and the PTV Group FZI is the third partner in the region. read more


Automated driving testing on European roads: Research project L3Pilot kicked off

| 120 senior experts on Automated Driving from across Europe met in Wolfsburg, Germany kicking off a joint undertaking to bring automated in-vehicle technologies to European roads. In the next four years all major European automotive manufacturers have joint forces with suppliers and researchers in a research project of a total budget of nearly 70 million Euros to test and evaluate automated driving functions of SAE Levels 3 and 4 all across Europe. read more


L3Pilot: Europe's pilot for automated driving will start in late summer

| The first broad-based pilot test for automated driving on European roads will begin in September 2017. All European automotive manufacturers and science partners, will have 1000 vehicles with 100 test drivers on public roads in 11 countries to test automated driving systems of SAE Level 3 and 4 under real conditions and in broad application. read more


Explore DENSE and RobustSENSE at the Digital Innovation Forum

| Both DENSE and RobustSENSE will be featured at the first Digital Innovation Forum (DIF) held in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 10 and 11 May 2017. The two projects funded by the initiative ECSEL Joint Undertaking participate in the research and innovation exhibition, providing an overview of the projects’ objectives, their impact and their technical approach.  read more


AdaptIVe invites to automated driving demonstrations in Aachen

| Europe’s largest research project on automated driving – AdaptIVe – cordially invites to the Final Event in Aachen on June 28 and 29, 2017. Join the project for first-hand experience of automated driving on motorways, in urban scenarios and in a multi-level parking garage. AdaptIVe partners will showcase automated driving functions on public roads and in a simulated urban environment in nine vehicles - passenger cars and one truck. read more