EICT with four projects at the ITS World Congress in Hamburg

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EICT GmbH is strongly represented with four projects at the ITS World Congress running from 11-15th October 2021. The ITS World Congress is the world's largest and most important event dealing with intelligent mobility and the digitalisation of transport.

L3Pilot Final Event
The L3Pilot Final Event will take place on Wednesday 13th October and Thursday 14th October. L3Pilot is a European research project that extensively tests and evaluates automated driving functions in real traffic. At its final conference, the L3Pilot partners, 34 partners from 12 countries across Europe will present the results of more than four years of joint work. From Monday 11 October to Friday 15th October 2021, more than ten L3Pilot test cars will be driving on public roads in and around Hamburg. On an exhibition area in Hall B3, EG.01 of the L3Pilot test vehicles will be on display and the results of the project will be presented.
More info about the event and L3Pilot can be found here

KI Familie
The KI Familie will present itself on Monday, 11th October, from 11.00am-12.30pm in Hall B6 Room 11. Tanja Kessel, Managing Director of EICT GmbH will moderate the 90-minute session. The projects of the KI Familie (KI Absicherung, KI Wissen, KI Delta Learning and KI Data Tooling) address fundamental issues of AI applications with joined cutting-edge expertise from science and industry. The event will provide an insight into the first results of the projects and offer the opportunity for exchange. The presentations of the KI Familie projects will be complemented by the Canadian start-up Algolux, which develops novel AI-based solutions for camera-based environment perception.
You can find more information about the KI Familie here

As part of the Pegasus family, the VVM project will present itself on Monday 11th October from 14.00-15.30pm in Hall B4, Room 2.  Roland Galbas, project leader of the project will show the current status of the VVMethods overall methodology for proving and measuring the safety of autonomous driving systems in complex urban environments. In the VVM project, industry and academia are working to develop verification and validation methods for safeguarding automated vehicles. Suitable methods and example implementations are being developed to set standards for establishing safety verification in the industrial development process. 
More information on the VVM project can be found here

Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg
Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg will have a digital presence at the joint stand of the federal states in Hall B4 from 11-15th October. The Test Area is a real-life laboratory for applications of automated and connected driving, which is continuously being established and expanded in Karlsruhe, Heilbronn and Bruchsal. Here, companies and research institutions can test future-oriented technologies and services in everyday road traffic. 
More information on the Test Area Autonomous Driving Baden-Württemberg can be found here

Would you like to meet us at the ITS World Congress?
Contact - Tanja Kessel