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First AUTOPILOT Consortium Meeting Held in Brussels

First AUTOPILOT Consortium Meeting Held in Brussels

The AUTOPILOT consortium met on 21st and 22nd November in Brussels for the first project consortium meeting. Hosted by AUTOPILOT coordinator Mr Francois Fischer (ERTICO - ITS Europe), the meeting was held at Hotel Barsey by Warwick. The first day of the...

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AUTOPILOT Featured At TU-Automotive Conference In Munich

AUTOPILOT Featured At TU-Automotive Conference In Munich

TU-Automotive Europe is the continent’s biggest conference and exhibition showcasing the future of the connected car and automobile mobility, with over one thousand attendees hailing from automobile manufacturers, suppliers, start-ups, investors, software developers...

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AUTOPILOT At The LSP Technical Review

AUTOPILOT At The LSP Technical Review

Last week, on 25th October, the AUTOPILOT consortium successfully passed its first project technical review. The consortium gathered in Brussels to present the activities that have been undertaken during the first ten months of the project. The Project...

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The Rise Of The Interconnected Megacity

The Rise Of The Interconnected Megacity

[...] Smart city solutions can make life more convenient. For example in San Francisco, IoT smart parking navigation helps drivers on the hunt quickly find empty parking spaces. In Santander, Spain, 10,000 sensors embedded in street lamps, building walls, and under...

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Why Self-Driving Cars Need Superhuman Senses

Why Self-Driving Cars Need Superhuman Senses

More than any other benefit, self-driving vehicles promise to save lives. Cutting out the human error that causes 90 percent of crashes could start to save some of the 35,000 lives lost on American roads every year. Manufacturers are convinced that people will happily...

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