I-MECH at the Lighthouse Session of the Productive4.0 Project’s Consortium Conference
ITML team was present at the Lighthouse Session of ECSEL Productive 4.0 project’s consortium conference which was held in Budapest Hungary, on 12-14 March 2019. The idea of the Lighthouse Initiatives is to accelerate the impact of all ECSEL Joint Undertaking relevant projects. ITML, as a dissemination and communication leader, was representing the I-MECH as part of ECSEL Joint Undertaking project. During the session, Dr. G. Bravos has been presented the latest results of the project to more than 150 conference participants.
Two new Research & Innovation proposals funded under the ECSEL Joint Undertaking funding scheme
We are pleased to announce that two of our proposals “Artificial Intelligence for Digitizing Industry – AI4DI” and “Integrated, fail-operational, cognitive perception, planning and control systems for highly automated vehicles – NewControl” have been successfully selected for funding by the European Commission under the topic ECSEL-2018-2-RIA.
Cybersecurity 4.0 for Industrial Internet of Things - C4IIoT
2018 successfully ends with the announcement of the evaluation results concerning the H2020-SU-ICT-2018-2020 call under the topic of “Dynamic countering of cyber-attacks”. C4IIoT is a disruptive innovation project that aims to build and demonstrate a novel and holistic cybersecurity framework for detecting and mitigating malicious and anomalous behaviour in IIoT systems heavily used in inbound logistics and smart factory in the automotive domain.