NEWS & EVENTS

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Measurement campaign at JARI, Japan boosts development of automated driving on motorways

From 4 to 8 December 2023, Mercedes-Benz and VTT conducted an extensive testing campaign at the Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI) Tsukuba fog chamber. read more

AI-SEE 2nd Consortium Meeting

On 31 August and 1 September 2023, the AI-SEE consortium convened for its 2nd Consortium Meeting at the VTT premises in Tampere read more

AI-SEE @ CVPR 2023 in Vancouver

The Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR), hosted by the IEEE / CVF, stands as a distinguished event within the realm of Computer Vision and AI. read more

AI-SEE 2nd Year Review in Berlin

On 10 May 2023, EICT hosted the successful 2nd Year Review of the AI-SEE project at its premises in Berlin, Germany. read more

AI-SEE measurement campaign at JARI

23-27 January 2023 -- AI-SEE cooperated with VVM, another publicly funded research project on a measurement campaign inside the JARI... read more

AI-SEE Project Consortium meets in Ingolstadt

The AI-SEE Consortium had its first in person meeting at Technische Hochschule Ingolstdt (THI) on 6 -7 September 2022 in Ingolstadt, Germany. read more

AI-SEE at ITS World Congress 2022 in Los Angeles

ITS World Congress 2022, taking place on 18-22 September in Los Angeles, CA, exploring “Transformation by Transportation”, is the global event... read more

AI-SEE 1st-Year Review successfully completed

On 10 May 2022, the 1st-Year Review of AI-SEE took place virtually. read more

AI-SEE successfully completed its first measurement campaign

The first measurement campaign for validation of the perception system and inclement data collection took place from 2 to 6 May 2022... read more

Enabling automated driving in variable traffic and weather conditions: AI-SEE project kicks off

Cooperation for safe autonomous driving: In the AI-SEE project, a PENTA EURIPIDES² funded research project safe travel in poor visibility conditions is key. read more