On the 19th of October 2023, in the frame of The European Conference on EDGE AI Technologies and Applications AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects’ organized a joint event to share their results, expertise and insight about Intelligent Mobility systems. At the event, AI4CSM partners were honored to present AI4CSM-related results in two sessions dedicated to Intelligent Mobility Systems and Autonomous Vehicles Domains Applications.

AI4CSM coordinator Jochen Koszescha from Infineon Technologies, in the presentation “AI for Connected and Shared Mobility“ gave an overview of AI4CSM project, which focuses on the design of highly optimized and automated components for digital mobility that allows smart and energy efficient fleet operations in terms of smart routing and platooning achieving low latency in the vehicle intelligence and perception systems. This means not only smart sensor fusion, but also reducing the level of complexity by using functional architectures and trustable automotive AI, to foster Europe’s competitiveness in the global automotive market.

 

Gerhard Dorn from Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH gave a presentation titled “Edge Perception in Autonomous Driving”. The talk provided introduction to their current work on the autonomous driving Robotaxi within the EU project AI4CSM and focussed on the development and integration techniques of edge perception algorithms using Julia for machine learning tasks. Also, challenges regarding data quality, data sources, uncertainties, and run-time issues, as well as opportunities regarding fast prototyping and integration, were discussed.

Ovidiu Vermesan from SINTEF gave a presentation “Embedding ROS and Edge AI-Based Perception Capabilities in AV Platforms“. Autonomous vehicles operating in fleets are cognitive agents using perception modules to process images, GNSS positions or LIDAR scans for autonomous system decision-making, resulting in actions, such as actuator commands or C2X messages. The high degree of interdependencies between many functional components of autonomous vehicles requires the implementation of new system architectures and new underlying software frameworks. The presentation described the concept for embedding Robot Operating System (ROS) into a compact, scalable, AI-based perception and localization system for autonomous vehicles used for the transport of goods applications. The system is composed of a LiDAR, a stereo camera, an inertial navigation system, and an AI-based embedded computing unit.

 

In the presentation “Reward Shaping for Safe Reinforcement Learning Controllers“ Lorenz Klampfl from AVL List GmbH gave an overview of formal specifications to automatically provide locally shaped rewards. The advantage of such an approach is that we can address all the above-mentioned challenges efficiently. The performance of controllers based on reinforcement learning heavily depends on designing appropriate reward functions. With poorly designed rewards, an agent can behave unsafely, non-optimal, learn how to obtain the reward without achieving the desired goals, or take too long to learn a policy.

In the presentation “Connectivity and Cognitive Communication for Future Shared Mobility“, Gerald Fritz-Mayer from TTTech Auto AG talked about the current developments w.r.t. cognitive communication, which enables AI-powered methods to access data from both the edge and the cloud, providing fast, reliable, and low-latency data connections. The presentation showcased the respective demonstrators of a proof of concept communication platform and novel technologies to prove wireless data transmission on 28GHz mmW frequency.

 

Finally AI4CSM SC8 leader and standardization expert Erwin Schoitsch from AIT Austrian Institute of Technology presented the poster about AI/IoT-Technology and Standards for a Sustainable, Resilient and Human-centered Society 5.0. The poster presented joint standardization activities in AI4CSM, A-IQ Ready and AIMS5.0 projects. Standardization following the European vision supports Sustainability, Resillence&Digital Sovereignty as well public acceptance by addressing different domains, the GreenDeal and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

 

 

AI4CSM will be presented at the TechTalk2024 strategic event in Barcelona

 

On the 8th-9th of February AI4CSM project will be presented at the TechTalk2024 strategic event, navigating the Convergence of Ecosystems in Mobility, Infrastructure, and Energy! The AI4CSM coordinator, Jochen Koszescha, is going to give a speech about the Gap between RISC-V and SW Defined Vehicle and Applications. The event will occur in Hotel SB Plaza Europa, Barcelona, Spain.

• Immerse yourself in dynamic fishbowl discussions as we dive into the interconnected world of technology convergence.

• From the emergence of human-like AI in everyday interactions to

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AI4CSM will be presented at the TechTalk2024 strategic event in Barcelona

AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects’ joint event

On the 19th of October 2023, in the frame of The European Conference on EDGE AI Technologies and Applications AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects’ organized a joint event to share their results, expertise and insight about Intelligent Mobility systems. At the event, AI4CSM partners were honored to present AI4CSM-related results in two sessions dedicated to Intelligent Mobility Systems and Autonomous Vehicles Domains Applications.

AI4CSM coordinator Jochen Koszescha from Infineon Technologies, in the presentation “AI for Connected and Shared Mobility“ gave an overview of AI4CSM project,

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AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects’ joint event

AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects are organizing a joint event in Athens

On the 19th of October, 2023, the AI4CSM and EDGE AI projects are organizing a joint event in Athens. The event will take place in the frame of The European Conference on EDGE AI Technologies and Applications – EEAI AI. EEAI AI aims to provide a European forum for sharing the latest scientific research and industry results using edge AI technologies and applications. Its scope covers the edge AI technology stack following emerging research innovation from hardware to software, edge AI frameworks, architectures, algorithms, data types and methods to applications.

At the event,

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AI4CSM and  EDGE AI projects are organizing a joint event in Athens

AI4CSM Plenary Meeting

On the 26th of May, 2023, AI4CSM partners met in the first Plenary Meeting in Vienna, Austria. The Meeting started with the warm welcome of the project Coordinator Jochen Koszescha. Project Manager George Dimitrakopoulos gave an excellent presentation about the project, vision, mission, positioning on ECSEL JU/LDT, and ways to realize the goals and expected results. The event was continued by the presentation "Neural circuit policies: Enabling Auditable Autonomy" of the invited guest Prof. Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.rer.nat. Radu Grosu,. AI4CSM Supply Chains' Leaders presented the main

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AI4CSM Plenary Meeting

AI4CSM demonstrator Robotaxi won Living Standards Award

 

We proudly announce that AI4CSM partner Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH won Living Standards Award! In the "Future Mobility" category, Virtual Vehicle Research GmbH team was able to assert themselves with AI4CSM demonstrator - Robotaxi and thus present significant progress in the world of transport and autonomous driving.

This prestigious award shows how standards drive climate protection and digital transformation. The Living Standards Award was presented on May 15, 2023 as part of the 4GAMECHANGERS Festival, where Gerhard Dorn and Patrick Promitzer received the

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AI4CSM demonstrator Robotaxi won Living Standards Award

AI4CSM Plenary Meeting

On the 26th May, 2023 the AI4CSM partners will meet in the first plenary meeting. The main goal of the Meeting is to overview the status of the project, discuss ongoing topics and plan the next steps toward the project's goals! The event will be hosted by TTTech Auto and will take place in Vienna, Austria.

We look forward to meeting our partners!

AI4CSM Plenary Meeting

AI4CSM at EFECS 2022

On 24th-25th of November 2022, AI4CSM was presented in the EFECS exhibition in Amsterdam. EFECS is the international forum to create impact by collaborative innovation for an autonomous and sustainable Europe along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe. The event gathered participants from the whole Europe. The AI4CSM project was represented by the project coordinating team from Infineon Technologies and other partners from Teraglobus, AVL, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Brno University of Technology, Institute of Electronics and Computer

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AI4CSM at EFECS 2022

AI4CSM at The Autonomous Main Event

On the 27th of September 2022, the AI4CSM was presented at the Autonomous Main event in Vienna, where the coordinator Jochen Koszescha gave a presentation at the Spotlight Session "Research & Innovation in Autonomous and Connected Mobility".

Autonomous, Connected, and Electric mobility are recognized as the most disruptive trends in the automotive industry. Among all of them, autonomous vehicle technologies are the most heavily researched topic. The automated driving features currently available are only a fraction of what is being developed for the future. It is expected that

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AI4CSM at The Autonomous Main Event

The 1st AI4CSM Review Meeting

On the 22nd-23rd of June 2022, the AI4CSM core team had a very successful first Review Meeting. Two days were dedicated to presenting ongoing Work Packages' and Supply Chains' progress and the main results of the first year of the project to the project Officer Huascar Espinoza and Reviewers Nadezda Kunicina and Lars Fredrik Rudolf Dahlgren.

The main conclusion of the Reviewers: "Very good progress! Continue with the good work!" We will do it! Good results are the outcome of consistent work. Thanks to the whole team for the great effort and dedication to the project!

The 1st AI4CSM Review Meeting

AI4CSM Core team meeting in Turin, Italy

On the 19th of May 2022, AI4CSM Work packages and Supply Chains leaders met in Turin, Italy. It was the first live meeting of the project, aimed not only at preparing for the upcoming first Review but also at building a collaborative community that is working successfully towards the common goals of the project.

At the beginning of the meeting, George Dimitrakopoulos presented the project overview and managerial aspects. Then Supply Chains and Work packages leaders presented the main results and achievements of the first year. This meeting was full of productive discussions,

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AI4CSM Core team meeting in Turin, Italy

Microelectronics Systems Symposium

On the 1st-2nd June, 2022, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH presented the AI4CSM project at the Microelectronics Systems Symposium - MESS2022 in Vienna.

AI4CSM is about the Mobility of the future, which will let us solve global problems! Electric, Connected, Autonomous mobility build together the European approach to mitigate climate change and environmental degradation in the transport and mobility domain, thus fulfilling the goals of the European Green Deal and the implementation of the sustainable development Goals.

AI4CSM combines functional architectures,

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Microelectronics Systems Symposium

IFAT innovation days

27th of April 2022

 

On the 27th of April AI4CSM poster was presented at the internal IFAT Innovation Days 2022 in Villach, Austria. The event was attended by more than 850 participants from various worldwide Infineon departments. The main idea of this event was to promote Innovation activities, strengthen the innovation culture, and provide a platform for discussions and the exchange of experiences.

AI4CSM was presented as one of the ongoing projects, coordinated by Infineon and enabling the future mobility developments following the electrification,

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IFAT innovation days

EFECS 2021, 23-25 th November 2021

23-25th November 2021

Don‘t forget to register for EFECS 2021! EFECS is an international forum with a focus on ‘Our Digital Future’ along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe. The event is organized by AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA, EPoSS, EURECA, ECSEL Joint Undertaking and the European Commission.


AI4CSM project will be presented in a running projects exhibition in a virtual booth. Visit us! For further details, please visit the event website. EFECS

Kick-off meeting, 27th May 2021

27th of May 2021
 

On 27 th of May 2021, forty one partners from ten different countries met in a virtual AI4CSM Kick-off meeting. The primary purpose was to present a work plan, introduce the teammates to each other, create collaboration and officially start teamwork for the upcoming three years.


In the beginning, the coordinating team presented the project vision, goals, objectives, major milestones, key challenges, and the main management principles. SCs and WPs leaders presented short overviews of planned tasks, activities and expected outcomes.

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Kick-off meeting, 27th May 2021