CONDUCTOR project at EUCAD 2023 conference

May 2023

The CONDUCTOR project was invited to join the 4th European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD 2023) organised by the European Commission in Brussels (Belgium) the 3-4 May 2023. The organisation team recognised the importance of CONDUCTOR project for bridging the gap between the development and deployment of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM) technologies.

Our CONDUCTOR team, consisting in representatives from the partners Netcompany-Intrasoft SA, BAX Innovation Consulting SL and Deep Blue SRL, participated to the high-level policy plenary sessions and the thematic technical breakout sessions.

In addition, CONDUCTOR was offered the opportunity to promote the project’s activities, objectives and expected results during the Exhibition session organised on the 3rd of May at the Autoworld Museum. The CONDUCTOR booth was perfectly located, and we received positive feedback from all the participants who stopped by our stand.

CONDUCTOR‘s overview in new CINEA‘s Brochure

May 2023

CINEA has launched publication showing innovative CCAM project working on new transport solutions. Brochure provides an overview of the CCAM projects that are receiving EU funding following their selection under the first two calls of the Horizon Europe programme, in 2021 and 2022. The domain of the projects covers from data ecosystems to infrastructure support, validation methodologies to environmental aspects, and more. More about CONDUCTOR project can be found on p.21. The brochure is here.

ITSC 2023 Special Session

31 March 2023

We are organizing the Special Session on Advanced Traffic and Network Management at the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems ITSC 2023, held in Bilbao, Spain.

The advent of novel information and communication technologies and computational tools create new opportunities to revisit existing problems and propose innovative solutions to battle the above-mentioned challenges. From the traffic and network management perspective, this special session focuses on presenting the concepts of operations for an efficient, resilient, and adaptable multi-modal network and traffic management system, using innovative data collection and fusion techniques, while leveraging state of the art technologies (e.g., artificial intelligence, high-performance computing). Submissions detailing research initiatives within Europe but also worldwide, related to network and traffic management, are encouraged.

Paper submission is through the official ITSC2023 submission system (use code a16f7 to select this special session).

Submission deadline: 15 May 2023

The CONDUCTOR General Assembly in Rome, Italy

21-22 March 2023

A two-day CONDUCTOR General Assembly was organised by Deep Blue in Rome, Italy, 21-22 March 2023. We worked together to finalise the specification and needs for the future CCAM Association and outlined the next steps towards the successful realisation of the project. During the workshops on the second day, we explored the use cases from the perspective of the different users and worked on the detailing of the overall system architecture. We identified all significant impacts, the interactions of the architecture components and the required data sources.

The CONDUCTOR project was launched

November 2022

The CONDUCTOR project officially started on the 1st of November 2022 and will run for three (3) years. The project aims to design, integrate, and demonstrate advanced high-level traffic and fleet management to allow efficient and globally optimal transport of passengers and goods while ensuring seamless multi-modality and interoperability. To achieve this goal, the project has been built around a strong multi-disciplinary consortium of fifteen (15) experienced partners in the field of traffic and fleet management.

The CONDUCTOR consortium gathered on the 22nd and 23rd of November 2022 during the official kick-off meeting organised by the project Coordinator Netcompany-Intrasoft SA in Athens (Greece). The kick-off meeting was the occasion for the partners to meet each other and discuss the practical implementation of CONDUCTOR project’s activities and the achievements of its objectives via three (3) Use Cases.

The consortium particularly appreciated the participation and the presentation made by our Project Officer from the European Climate Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) who showed genuine interest and support in our CONDUCTOR project.

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