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RELIABLE APPLICATION SPECIFIC DETECTION OF ROAD USERS WITH VEHICLE ON-BOARD SENSORS

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216049 ADOSE

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AUTHORS ARC E. SCHOITSCH

APPROVAL WORKPACKAGE LEADER PROJECT COORDINATOR

AUTHORISATION

ARC CRF

E. SCHOITSCH N. PALLARO

PROJECT OFFICER

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

I. HEIBER

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REVISION HISTORY

VER. DATE PAG. All All All 18 All All All NOTES Initial Draft (ARC), including partners input Advanced draft Final draft for internal review Update from MM Reviewed Final review Release AUTHOR E. Schoitsch (ARC) E. Schoitsch (ARC) E. Schoitsch (ARC) G. Monchiero(MM) W. Kubinger (ARC) N. Pallaro (CRF) E. Schoitsch (ARC)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4.

INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................5

Purpose of this document ........................................................................................................................ 5 Project overview.......................................................................................................................................... 5 Dissemination objectives.......................................................................................................................... 5 Summary of dissemination outcomes and planning......................................................................... 6

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

ADOSE DISSEMINATION STRATEGY AND PLANS..............................................7

Target groups to be addressed ............................................................................................................... 7 Dissemination Roadmap and initial Multi-annual plans ................................................................... 8 Dissemination procedures ....................................................................................................................... 9 Planned Dissemination towards Scientific community .................................................................. 11 Planned Dissemination towards Industrial community .................................................................. 12

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ADOSE DISSEMINATION REPORT ......................................................................13

3.1 Internal training, education, meetings, workshops, demonstrations.......................................... 13 3.1.1 Internal meetings .................................................................................................................................... 13 3.1.2 Internal Training and education activities ........................................................................................... 14 3.1.3 Industrial experience exchange, links with other projects ................................................................ 14 3.2 Folders, articles, press conferences, other media........................................................................... 14 3.2.1 ADOSE Logo........................................................................................................................................... 14 3.2.2 ADOSE Factsheet .................................................................................................................................. 15 3.2.3 ADOSE Flyer........................................................................................................................................... 15 3.2.4 ADOSE Posters ...................................................................................................................................... 15 3.2.5 ADOSE Web site .................................................................................................................................... 15 3.3 Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions................................................................................................ 16 3.3.1 Past Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, Fairs ............................................................................ 16 3.3.2 Future plans on Conferences, Workshops, Publications.................................................................. 18 3.4 Publications................................................................................................................................................ 20

3.5 Lectures and Courses, Lab Exercises and Students Exchange................................................... 21 3.5.1 Lectures and Courses............................................................................................................................ 21 3.5.2 Students' Exchange, Lab Exercises ("Practica") ............................................................................... 21 3.5.3 List of Bachelor, Master and PhD Theses .......................................................................................... 21

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CONCLUSIONS......................................................................................................21

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5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

12.1 12.2 12.3

BIBLIOGRAPHY.....................................................................................................21 LIST OF FIGURES..................................................................................................21 LIST OF TABLES ...................................................................................................22 LIST OF ACRONYMS.............................................................................................22 ANNEX 1: PROJECT FACTSHEET .......................................................................23 ANNEX 2: ADOSE FLYER .................................................................................25 ANNEX 3: ADOSE POSTER (ME '08, VIENNA) ................................................26 ANNEX 4: ADOSE WEB-SITE............................................................................27

Public web site (two different scenes of the animated 3D scenario) .......................................... 27 Web Client Layout (Repository, protected) ........................................................................................ 28 News & Events section by December 2008........................................................................................ 28

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1.

INTRODUCTION

1.1. Purpose of this document

The purpose of this document is to report on dissemination activities and to outline the evolving dissemination strategy and plans, as foreseen in Annex I (DoW) (WP8) for each reporting period (month 12, 24 and 36). WP8 is one of the horizontal activities, subdivided into three tasks: T8.1 Management of knowledge (led by CRF), T8.2 Dissemination (dissemination manager ARC), and T8.3 Exploitation (exploitation manager CRF). The three deliverable reports, D8.2a (month 12), D8.2b (month 24) and D8.2c (month 36, final report) cover reporting and planning activities of Task 8.2. The reporting structure is described in chapter 2.

1.2. Project overview

ADOSE sets ambitious goals to develop low-cost, enhanced or new, sensor technologies to be mounted on board the ego vehicle, and does not care about co-operative systems interacting with other intelligent road safety systems outside the ego-vehicle. The sensor technologies to be addressed have been pre-selected from the beginning: · · · · · Sensor 01: FIR (Far infrared sensor) - BOSCH Sensor 02: MFOS (Multi-functional and multi-spectral CMOS vision sensor) - CRF Sensor 03: 3DCAM (Three dimensional range camera) - IMEC Sensor 04: HR-TAG (Harmonic radar tag) - VTT Sensor 05: SRS (Silicon retina stereo sensor) - ARC

The scenarios to be covered are quite different from those of related projects (see D1.1 and D1.2), because they have to be ego-vehicle centred.

1.3. Dissemination objectives

A wide-spread dissemination of ADOSE results is addressed: public dissemination of scientific and industrial results will be encouraged all along the project execution. Various dissemination channels will be used such as: · Set-up and maintenance of a project web site with up-to-date information on project activities, results, links, and demonstrations. · Participation in leading trade shows, exhibitions and workshops. · Co-organisation of three workshops: The first workshop will be dedicated to promote ADOSE objectives and the planned future work to the main eSafety actors (e.g. EC representatives, OEMs, system integrators, ...). This will facilitate the initial dissemination of information about the project and the definition of possible interactions with ongoing projects. For instance it is important to involve key partners of PREVENT-PROFUSION (although this project

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finished in 2008) to share the common software architecture for a typical driver assistance system. The second workshop will focus on the ADOSE intermediate results and will aim at collecting input from OEMs (e.g. EUCAR working groups) to strengthen the exploitation plans. The third workshop (at the end of the project) will be dedicated to the demonstration of the smart sensors installed on two concept cars and to the presentation of the potential application scenarios.

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· Publications of scientific papers, poster sessions, participation to conferences. · Network and established distribution channels of the individual partners. Some dissemination actions will be agreed and organised with other consortiums working in the context of complementary EU projects on preventive and active safety applications, and on cooperative road safety (e.g. SAFESPOT, WATCH-OVER).

1.4. Summary of dissemination outcomes and planning

An initial Dissemination and Use Plan is delivered in this document and it will be updated all through the course of the project, leading to the final Technology Implementation Plan (month 36), with strong interaction with the exploitation plan and activities (T8.3). In the first reporting period, the following results have been achieved: Selection of appropriate project logo Project Factsheet Project presentation (D8.1) Set up of the project website, maintenance of News section and other contents (public and members area, project repository) (deliverable D8.2) Project flyer (two update cycles) and poster Participation in leading exhibitions and workshops (see Table 3-1) Presentations at conferences, scientific papers, posters (ME '08 Vienna, Autotest Stuttgart) Utilization of distribution channels of partners (national events, working groups, emailcommunities) Additionally, members of ETPs (European Technology Platforms) promoted ADOSE at their meetings and exhibition booths (e.g. ICT 2008, Photonics21, EPoSS Annual Meeting, Artemis Events, etc.) Table 3-2 shows some already fixed dissemination activities of the near future. Since during the first year ADOSE was focussing on requirements, specifications and initial design, co-operation with other related EU projects was more on an informal basis (crossmembership between ADOSE partners and CVIS, COOPERS, SAFESPOT, Watch-Over, PreVENT). First contacts for joint workshops was started by CRF, e.g. on the ICT Transport Concertation Meeting. It is planned to achieve synergies by participating in a joint workshop autumn 2009 as the first workshop addressed in the Annex I (DoW), when substantial first results are expected. The second workshop should be about first quarter of third year, the third one at the end of the last year when the two vehicle demonstrators will be available (month 33), one at CRF mounting FIR, CMOS and 3DCAM, the other one at ARC mounting SRSS and HRTAG sensors (including some vulnerable road users to be equipped with tags).

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ADOSE DISSEMINATION STRATEGY AND PLANS 2.1 Target groups to be addressed

The overall goal of dissemination activities is to raise awareness for dependable sensor technology and algorithms for advanced driver assistance systems, safety improvement and environmental impact. The target groups are industry, academia, research centres, general public and authorities as well, and standardization groups to a certain extent. The target groups for dissemination together with summaries of dissemination channels and activities are as follows: · The scientific community: scientific publishing, international scientific conferences, workshops, fairs, exhibitions, demonstrators, standard suggestions and other academic events. Industry and public organizations: direct collaborations, prototypes, seminars and lectures, patents, specialized technology transfer, personal networking and demonstrators (two vehicle demonstrators: CRF (CMOS, FIR, 3DCAM) and ARC (SRS, HR-TAG, including other (especially vulnerable) road users equipped with tags). Funding agencies: annual reports and participation in funding events. Media contact: press releases and media events. The general public: popular lectures/articles, exhibitions, demonstrators, interactive web pages. The interested public: articles in popular or wide-spread journals, magazines or innovation-oriented attachments of newspapers, e.g. ERCIM News, Innovisions (public available innovation magazine of FhG), Austria Innovation, etc.) Master programs, courses, lectures, seminars, Summer Schools, and PhD and undergraduate theses.

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The partners have been carefully selected, having all relevant groups in mind to develop, produce, supply and integrate the results on the various sensors with the intention to generate a set of cost-effective sensors covering all of the scenarios described in WP1 under all reasonably achievable and manageable conditions (weather, environment, day/night etc., see WP1 deliverables): · · · · · · · · · Car manufacturer (CRF-FIAT) Automotive Tiers 1 (Bosch, MM) Automotive Tier 2, semiconductor supplier (ST ITALY) Automotive Tier 2, infrared optics supplier (UMICORE) SME, Radar supplier (TRIAD) Industrial research centres (CRF, IMEC) SME, software and sensor/actuator systems development R&D (PARAGON) Governmental research organisations (FRAUNHOFER, VTT, ARC) University (UU)

Each partner is representing a target group to be addressed and will be a multiplier within one or several of the target groups referenced above. A detailed break down follows later.

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2.2

Dissemination Roadmap and initial Multi-annual plans

A very coarse break-down structure of the dissemination roadmap fits into a multi-annual dissemination plan. As long as results are more generic and concept/target oriented, the primary goal to be achieved is public awareness. Towards the end of the project and beyond, the focus is becoming more and more industrial exploitation oriented.

Initial content: ADOSE goals, targets, concepts

Dissemination Roadmap

Dissemination channels

Diss. year 2 Preliminary results Diss. year 3 + demonstrators Diss. year 3+ Ongoing, towards exploitation

Fig. 2-1: Dissemination Roadmap

New content: ADOSE results 2nd year, test cases Final content: ADOSE vehicle demonstrators

Primary target Industrial exploitation

The stage of the project defines the goals, means and materials to be used for dissemination. Therefore it makes sense to choose a multi-annual approach to dissemination. Year 1: State-of-the-art information, goals to be achieved and concepts are available at the beginning. Therefore, the first steps are directed towards the general and interested public: · · · · Project logo, informative material (presentations), flyers and posters to be designed and distributed to partners for further dissemination at appropriate events. Creation of public web site, start of a continuous maintenance process for public web site. Creation of joint project repository for partners (in ADOSE with access for project officer and reviewers as well) in a protected area. Presentations at several embedded systems and ITS or European Technology Platform (EPoSS, Artemis, Photonics21) events realized.

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Target groups Public awareness

New content: ADOSE results 1st year (initial designs)

Diss. year 1 Generic content, requirements

Primary target Public awareness

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Dissemination at several exhibitions and large public EC events (e.g. ICT 2008, ITEA2/Artemis co-summit, etc.). Dissemination at events like Korea-EU Co-operation Forum in Seoul. Dissemination at various national or regional conferences and exhibitions by partners.

The Year 1 activities mentioned here have been performed successfully. Year 2: Requirements, specifications and initial designs are completed; detailed design and development are under way. First results will be available, scientific and technical papers or articles will be submitted and presented in a more focussed manner (more focussed target audience). Dissemination material will be more specific with respect to sensors and applications (e.g. addressing OEMs, exploitation in mind). The first co-operative workshop with related road safety projects will take place mid year, the second one somehow around end of the year/begin next year (depending on schedules of conferences). Of course, web site updates have to address more specifically results and work progress. Year 3: During year 3, the final results will be available for each sensor addressed, including tests and information on what can be possibly achieved at which cost. Month 33, the integration of several sensors on two demonstrator vehicles ("concept cars") should have been finished for final demonstrations of the capabilities of the sensor technologies. During this year, the automotive community as well as public authorities and licensing authorities will be addressed in a focussed manner in order to generate real impact (besides the general means of dissemination which will continue). Now the focus is towards implementation, exploitation and standardization (if feasible). Towards the end of the project, an ADOSE workshop is planned presenting the results with the demonstrators in the public and for selected audiences. Year 3 and beyond: The exploitation plans will be executed as far as possible by industrial and research partners to create and maintain momentum and impact. Dissemination will continue exploiting results for academic as well as industrial purposes (and standardization as well if feasible) to support exploitation and keep the public awareness.

2.3

Dissemination procedures

"Procedures should be as simple as possible, but not too simple" (ref. Einstein). The initial flyer was distributed several times and updated twice. This public content (or any content already released as public by the responsible task leader and the co-ordinator) can be used for further dissemination actions by partners. New contents, R&D results and to which extent it is allowed to be disseminated have to be agreed among the partners involved and the co-ordinator. This has to be done according to the procedures agreed in Annex 1, Annex 2 and Consortium Agreement and has to be monitored by the co-ordinator since he is responsible for T8.1, management of knowledge.

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All publications or any other dissemination relating to foreground shall include the following statement to indicate that said foreground was generated with the assistance of financial support from the Community: The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2011) under grant agreement n° 216049. Any dissemination activity shall be reported in the plan for the use and dissemination of foreground, including sufficient details/references to enable the Commission to trace the activity (in our case the minimum information to be provided is as in Table 3-1 of this report, identical to the table in the periodic progress report). With regard to scientific publications relating to foreground published before or after the final report, such details/references and an abstract of the publication must be provided to the Commission at the latest two months following publication. Furthermore, an electronic copy of the published version or the final manuscript accepted for publication shall also be provided to the Commission at the same time. Since comprehensive reporting and planning of dissemination by the task leader of T8.2 (ARC) can only be performed if the partners provide the relevant information as soon as possible (preferable via email, using the tables as well as explanatory text), partners should send their reports on activities and plans as well as proposals for joint activities to the task leader of T8.2, E. Schoitsch ([email protected] ).

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2.4

Planned Dissemination towards Scientific community

Table 3-1.

The report on actual activities in detail is to be found in the next chapter and Table 2-1: Dissemination plan towards scientific community

Partner

CRF

Dissemination Plan towards scientific community and towards students

With its turnover of up to 150 students, pre-graduate, post-graduate interns and PhDs, and their direct involvement into applied research activities, CRF will disseminate the results to academic institutions. The results will also be included into specific lectures, held at CRF. While the process details will remain company IP, the achievements with new approaches for FIRBOSCH imager array will be disseminated on appropriate scientific conferences and workshops. MM will disseminate the new knowledge produced during the project mainly through the running MM collaboration with the University of Parma on ADAS systems. Triad have strong connections with the worldwide scientific radar community and frequently attends TRIAD workshops and conferences that can be used for dissemination. In addition Triad is frequently housing PhD and MSc students whose work can be linked to the ADOSE project. The involvement and results in ADOSE will be included in presentations circulated at our plant during visiting days for students of different universities. Possibly presentations will be given at scientific UMICORE conference like SPIE Europe etc, which addresses a broad scientific society in optical design and manufacturing. PARAGON will disseminate the results to the academic and research community by papers and/or dedicated sessions in international conferences (it contributes to), such as EpsMso - "Experiments /Process/System Modelling/Simulation/Optimization" (www.epsmso.gr) and SCCE ­ "From Scientific PARAGON Computing to Computational Engineering" (www.scce.gr). ADOSE results concerning hardware and software developments will be disseminated to different research sectors: automotive, security (civil security monitoring e.g. for airports), industrial and environmental. IMEC, as a research centre, will disseminate the results to other academic institutes. The large student population (post-graduate and PhDs), constantly present at IMEC, will benefit from the IMEC gained knowledge, as a basis for further developments in the same and other fields (biomedical interfaces, compact circuitry and low power applications). Specific lectures on ADOSE results will be held at IMEC. The results will be published in appropriate scientific journals and international conferences, such EUMW. The results will be also presented to university students in a seminar organised by VTT and VTT Helsinki University of Technology. VTT's young scientists will conduct research in ADOSE project and publish results in dissertations for the degree of Doctor. ARC is active in dissemination activities in several other EU-projects and expects synergies with other projects (COOPERS, Watch-Over, ...), by co-operation and co-location with a set of ARC established events (exhibitions, workshops, conferences, seminars). ARC will include its networks and contacts to further support ADOSE dissemination. Scientists at Fraunhofer will present their results in international conferences and in scientific papers. PhD candidates will be involved in the project and they will use the results in their thesis. Some FRAUNHOFER scientists are also giving lectures at universities and they will disseminate the basic results to the students of the courses. Uppsala University propose to organise a workshop in conjunction with an international conference e.g. the EUMW on the ADOSE theme towards universities and industries during the second year. UU UU will also support an ADOSE website and will submit results at international conferences. UU will promote, together with partners, the mobility of ADOSE graduate students among the partners.

Note: According to the multi-annual dissemination plan, only dissemination activities not requiring substantial development results could be performed in the first year ( Table 3-1).

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2.5

Planned Dissemination towards Industrial community

Table

The report on performed activities in detail is to be found in the next chapter and in 3-1.

Table 2-2: Dissemination plans towards industrial community

Partner Dissemination Plan towards industrial partners

CRF will disseminate the results through its broad network of liaisons with Italian and European companies; particularly, following a best practice well established at CRF over the last ten years, CRF will organize dedicated workshops and "technology days" to disseminate the results of ADOSE towards small and medium enterprises, as well as the Fiat industrial sectors. On successful implementation of the demonstrators, Bosch will disseminate information to other industrial companies and SMEs in automotive and non-automotive business fields through its well established contacts and marketing channels. Internally business divisions of the BOSCH organisation active in automotive, security, industrial or consumer will be regularly informed on the achievements for boosting of possible additional applications in their fields. MM will disseminate the results through its EOM customers. ST ITALY will disseminate the results through its worldwide customers such as tier1 and car makers. Triad will disseminate the results to its network of worldwide industrial partners subcontractors and research institutions. ADOSE will have impact not only in the automotive industry but also in environmental monitoring and security systems, application fields where Triad is active. The necessity for NDA upon dissemination will be evaluated when in cases of dissemination of valuable technological information. Umicore has as a policy to closely involve technological partners while covered under strict NDA's and IP agreements. Partners will be informed of process performance issues and results on those segments of the development track that they have taken part in, to the mutual benefit of both parties. To well targeted audiences of Belgian and European partners and customers, Umicore organises technical seminars and presentations to share results and gain interest in newly developed moulding technology. With its participation in EU research projects in multiple sectors (i.e. aeronautics, IST, security, energy & environment, and other) and as the Distributor in Greece of over 20 manufacturers of industrial & scientific metrological Instrumentation from EU, USA and Canada, PARAGON will disseminate ADOSE results to its industrial collaboration contacts (e.g. EU projects) as also to its manufacturer and customer contacts. PARAGON will also disseminate the results to the industrial community through its participation in commercial trade fairs, such as the biannual trade fair in Greece "FETEC: Industrial Equipment". IMEC will disseminate the results of this project through its network of national and international partners. IMEC will disseminate, during workshops and other events, the accomplishments and the technology developed in ADOSE towards small and medium enterprises. Dissemination will be performed by VTT networking with vehicle & suppliers industry and other institutes working in intelligent vehicles sector.

CRF

BOSCH

MM ST ITALY

TRIAD

UMICORE

PARAGON

IMEC VTT

ARC is also a technology transfer organization, addressing industries by specialized events, many of them dedicated to automotive industry. Other channels to be used are Chamber of Commerce, contacts to Austria's strong automotive supplier industry and to automotive groups addressed by other EU-projects (e.g. DECOS, COOPERS). The Fraunhofer Society has the mission to support the industry. The project results are an intermediate FRAUNHOFE step and used for further R&D projects. They will be used for direct contracting with the industry, R technology transfers and licensing to third parties with a special focus to small and medium sized companies. UU The results will be presented at special workshops dedicated to industry participation. ARC

Note: According to the multi-annual dissemination plan, only dissemination activities not requiring substantial development results could be performed in the first year ( Table 3-1).

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ADOSE DISSEMINATION REPORT

Training, education, internal meetings/workshops/demonstrations Folders, articles, press conference, other media Conferences, workshops, exhibitions Publications Lectures and courses, Lab exercises

The ADOSE Dissemination Reports are structured in the following manner (subchapters):

Dissemination started with the creation of the web site (public part and private part for internal use and communication) by CRF (month 3, completed month 10), by creation of the fact sheet and the ADOSE flyer which was already distributed and communicated at several national and international meetings, seminars and conferences, just to mention a major event, at the KoreaEU ICT Co-operation Forum in Seoul, Korea, June 16-17, 2008, where ARC was invited to present a set of embedded systems projects, one of them being ADOSE. Wider dissemination activities continued since then, with a considerable number of presentations and papers at conferences and workshops, and display and distribution of ADOSE flyers and information at exhibitions and conferences (see Table 3-1).

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Internal training, education, meetings, workshops, demonstrations

3.1.1 Internal meetings The following general internal meetings were organized: · Jan 30-31, 2008: Kick-off meeting: at CRF, Orbassano (Torino). · July 3-4, 2008: Project progress meeting, STM, Agrate Brianza (Milano). Dedicated technical meetings: · WP1: March 4, 2008: WP1 Meeting at ARC, TechGate Vienna (all partners). · WP2: Feb, 8, 2008: Initial meeting (Bosch, FhG/IZM) in Stuttgart on camera and chip packaging concepts Feb. 13, 2008: Teleconference (Bosch, Umicore) on FIR concepts July 1, 2008: Stuttgart (Bosch, FhG/IZM): thermal situation of FIR Chip packaging Oct 9, 2008: Teleconference (Bosch, FhG) on next steps in FIR imager packaging · WP3: July 3, 2008: Technical meeting (STM, CRF, IZM) in Agrate Brianza, Italy · WP4: Jan 30, 2008: Technical meeting (IMEC, CRF) in Torino Sept. 29, 2008: Telephone conference (IMEC, CRF) on 3DCAM concepts Oct. 10, 2008: Telephone conference (IMEC, CRF) on 3DCAM concepts · WP5: Feb. 22, 2008: Technical meeting (VTT, UU, Triad) in Uppsala, Sweden June 16, 2008: Technical meeting (VTT, UU, Triad) in Stavanger, Norway Aug. 16, 2008: Technical meeting (VTT, UU, Triad) in Stavanger, Norway Nov. 16, 2008: Technical meeting (VTT, UU, Triad) in Espoo, Finland · WP6: July 4, 2008: Technical Meeting (ARC, STM, VTT) in Agrate Brianza, Italy

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3.1.2

Internal Training and education activities

There were no specific training and education activities in the reporting period. 3.1.3 Industrial experience exchange, links with other projects

Bosch had a bilateral exchange with OEM Daimler AG (also partner in the FNIR project) on common views concerning NIR/FIR sensor data fusion and presented general information on the ADOSE FIR approach towards low cost FIR add-on sensors in warning night vision. An exchange of public information has been encouraged with MUSIS EU project (www.musisict.eu) developing multispectral sensors. MUSIS consortium is composed of CEA LETI, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Rainbow Photonics, ETH Zurich and Robert Bosch GmbH. CRF sent general info on ADOSE project and authorised the use of information contained in ADOSE public deliverables, D1.1 and D1.2.

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Folders, articles, press conferences, other media

ADOSE Logo

3.2.1

The ADOSE logo was decided at the kick-off meeting. Three proposals were on the table (plus some minor variations). LOGO (1) should imply a dynamic forward movement of a vehicle, the eye representing the various sensors taking care of the increased "safety margin" to be achieved by the combined sensor data. LOGO (2) should imply a magic eye and active sensing (red waves upwards). LOGO (3) should imply the "eye", sensors raising alarms if the vehicle is endangered from any side (front, back and side impact). LOGO (3) was finally taken as project logo since ADOSE has chosen all the vehicle-related impact scenarios: front, side and rear impact.

Fig. 3-1: ADOSE LOGO proposals

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3.2.2

ADOSE Factsheet

The project Factsheet is a two-pages folder containing four sections: At a glance (with the main figures of the project), Overview, Challenges and Activities (see Annex 1, § 9). It has been prepared before the ICT Concertation Meeting, Brussels 2008. 3.2.3 ADOSE Flyer

The ADOSE flyer is a folder (one third of A4 if folded, 6 pages). It contains a title page, a page with all partners' logos and a page with the name and address of the co-ordinator and EC project officer (see Annex 2, § 10). The other three pages contain an Overview of the project, a description of challenges of the five sensor technologies and the "basic" ADOSE picture showing range and safety impact of the various sensors used with respect to the "virtual safety belt" increasing the safety margin.

3.2.4

ADOSE Posters

For exhibitions such as at Autotest, drive.IT or for presentation as a poster at a conference, two posters have been designed, containing in principle the flyer information in compact form (example ME'08 Poster, Annex 3, § 11). Printed versions in A4 format are used as information leaflet like the flyer.

3.2.5

ADOSE Web site

The ADOSE web site was established in two steps: at first only for internal use, then for public dissemination (see Annex 4, § 12.1, www.adose-eu.org). The home page shows, besides the project abstract, an animated picture demonstrating schematically (as on the flyer) the 5 sensors and the area around the car for which they are expected to have high potential for crash avoidance or pre-crash warning driver assistance systems as well as animated road traffic scenarios where in practice they will have a safety impact. Specific sections are dedicated to the background information, the objectives of the project, and the technologies to be implemented, enhanced or developed anew. The application section at the moment explains the "virtual safety belt" ­ concept to be built around the vehicle by information submitted from its on-board sensors. Under "Results" a list of deliverables with confidentiality information is displayed. Consortium data and links to related projects are summarised in two further sections. A News & Events section includes all related major events until end of 2008 in a standardized, very concise format with text and associated picture or logo (see Annex 4, § 12.3). For project internal use, a repository was created using the Alfresco web client. The repository can be directly connected to the users as a network device (virtual disk) and handled like his own mass storage devices with directory and the like. This area is for communication between partners and storage of deliverables as well as working drafts on a common web space area (see Annex 4, chapter 12.2)

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3.3

Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions

Past Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, Fairs1

3.3.1

Table 3-1: Past Dissemination Activities

TABLE PAST DISSEMINATION EVENTS

Date Venue Description Nature* of ADOSE dissemination ADOSE mentioned in the presentation. Info distributed. Countries addressed** Austria Partner involved ARC

2008.03.11

Technology Transfer Center, Leoben, Austria

2008.03.13/ 14 2008.04.08 2008.05.14

EC, Brussels, Belgium IMEC, Leuven, Belgium Vienna, Austria

"Safety Day Leoben ­ Safety related solutions for automotive and process industry". Presentation by E. Schoitsch: "Safety related and software-intensive Embedded Systems ­ Standards and Certification". ICT for Transport Concertation meeting

ADOSE presentation ADOSE presentation ADOSE mentioned in the presentation. Info distributed. Presentation of ADOSE as one of the examples discussed ADOSE leaflet at EC desk ADOSE presentation included and leaflet distribution. ADOSE leaflet distribution ADOSE leaflet distribution.

EU

CRF

2008.05.30

Twin Conference Center, Vienna, Austria Geneva, Switzerland Seoul, Korea

2008.06.04/ 06 2008.06.16/ 17

IMAPS Benelux workshop on Imaging and Display Packaging Technologies Future Network Event "Trends in SW Engineering". E. Schoitsch "Functional Safety Standards in different Domains ­ Requirements and Certification", Austrian Launch Event ARTEMIS & ENIAC E. Schoitsch "ARC and ARTEMIS Experience in European Dependable Embedded Systems Research". ITS Europe Conference Korea-EU ICT Cooperation Forum E. Schoitsch "ARC Key Competencies and Interests in Dependable Networked Embedded Systems Research" Conference INDIN08, Industrial Informatics Conference 3rd IC-SCCE Conference International Conference Series From Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering. Conference INDIN08, Industrial Informatics Conference

European Austria

IMEC ARC

Austria, EC & Artemis / ENIAC officers Europe Korea, EU

ARC

CRF ARC

2008.07.13/ 16 2008.07.9/1 2

Daejeon, Korea Athens, Greece

International International

ARC Paragon

2008.07.13/ 16

Daejeon, Korea

ADOSE leaflet distribution

International

ARC

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2008.07.9/1 2

Athens, Greece

2008.08.29/ 31 2008.09.10/ 12

Berlin, Germany

3rd IC-SCCE Conference International Conference Series From Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering. IFA Exhbition and Conference, Science and Technology Forum IDIMT-2008, 16th Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks, Key Note Talk in session "Safety and Security as a Systemic Challenge"

ADOSE leaflet distribution.

International

Paragon

Jidrinchuv Hradec, Czech Republic

2008.09.22/ 25

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

SAFECOMP 2008 Dependable Embedded systems Workshop EPoSS Annual Event ME'08. Sessions on Embedded Systems CONVERGENCE 2008: International conference and exhibition on automotive innovations. Autotest International Automotive Conference and Exhibition, focus on V&V, certification etc. ARTEMIS/ITEA2 Co-summit and exhibition IAEC, International Automotive Electronics Congress, Exhibition/trade show driveIT. Conference and Exhibition

2008.10.01/ 02 2008.10.15/ 16 2008.10.20/ 21 2008.10.22/ 23

Antibes, France Vienna, Austria

Detroit, USA

ADOSE leaflet at COOPERS booth (FhG) ADOSE mentioned in presentation ("Sensors as part of the system"), leaflet distribution ADOSE presentation, leaflet distribution. ADOSE flyer distribution ADOSE flyer and poster presentation. ADOSE flyer distribution ADOSE flyer distribution and poster at ARC booth. ADOSE flyer distribution ADOSE presentation, flyer distribution. ADOSE flyer distribution and mentioned in presentation ADOSE presentation, Flyers

International

ARC

Europe

ARC

International

ARC

International National, with international attendees International

ARC ARC

ST

Stuttgart, Germany

International

ARC

2008.10.22/ 23 2008.11.03/ 04 2008.11.04/ 05

Rotterdam, The Netherlands Paris, France Stuttgart, Germany

International International

ARC ST

ARC

2008.11.16/ 18

Orlando, Florida, US

2008.11.25/ 27 2008.12.08

Lyon, France

ISC 2008, 11th IAESTED International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Controls, W. Kubinger, C. Loibl, J. Kogler, A Lane Marker Detection Algorithm suitable for Embedded Real-time Systems ICT 2008, EPoSS Booth FORUM "Human Errors" Gli errori umani. Prevenirli, gestirli e controllarli: dallo spazio, ai trasporti e alla sanità

International

ARC

ADOSE flyer distribution ADOSE mentioned in the presentation

European

ARC

Torino, Italy

National

MMSE

* Leaflet, presentation, poster, publication, ... ** National, European, International

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3.3.2 ARC:

Future plans on Conferences, Workshops, Publications

ARC will organize a special session on Dependable Embedded Systems at Euromicro SEAA 2009 in Patras and a workshop at SAFECOMP 2009 in Hamburg and try to organize ADOSE papers at these workshops or conferences and an eSafety on the Road ­ part of the session if enough high quality papers become available. At the DATE Conference in Nice a booth was ordered for ARC to present the projects ARC is involved in for dissemination purposes. BOSCH: ADOSE Information will be distributed at up-coming conferences (e.g. AMAA 2009, IRS2009, ..). A first publication on the ADOSE FIR intermediate results is planned for AMAA 2009. Recommendation for ADOSE workshop (proposal for discussion): concerning the upcoming ADOSE workshops it is suggested to also invite other EU FIR oriented projects like FNIR or ICU in order to further initiate the common discussion on different views of sensor requirements for future night vision systems with NIR/FIR sensor data fusion. PARAGON: Due to the early stage of the project PARAGON's work in the project has not started yet and therefore only preliminary dissemination plans could be initialized. In this view PARAGON has initiated the organization of a dedicated session in the upcoming 3rd International Conference on "Experiments/Process/System Modelling/Simulation/Optimization" (www.epsmso.gr), which will take place on 8-11 July, 2009 in Athens, Greece. In this dedicated session it is envisaged to present the preliminary results on Data Processing Algorithms (which is PARAGON's contribution in the ADOSE project). This dissemination action will address both the academic and research community and will present the ADOSE project and its goals and results to an audience from several sectors. These preliminary dissemination plans will be expanded and more actions will be included as soon as the first results from PARAGON' work will become available. Furthermore PARAGON plans to organize similar sessions in the 4th International Conference "From Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering" which will take place on 7-10 July 2010 in Athens Greece. Moreover PARAGON will disseminate the results which will be produced in the ADOSE project, in various national and/or international commercial fairs and exhibitions e.g. FETEC (http://www.fetec.gr).

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Table 3-2: Future Dissemination Activities

TABLE FUTURE DISSEMINATION EVENTS

Date Venue Description Nature* of ADOSE dissemination Paper presentation and publication Countries addressed* * International Partner involved UU

2009.03.23/ 27

Berlin, Germany

EuCAP 09: S. Cheng, P. Hallbjörner, A. Rydberg, "Array Antenna for Body-Worn Automotive Harmonic Radar Tag," to be published.

2009.04.26/ 29

Barcelona, Spain

IEEE 69th Conference,

Vehicular

Technology

Paper presentation and publication

International

VTT

2009.05.05/ 06

Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany

2009.07.8/1 1

Athens, Greece

V. Viikari, J. Saebboe, S. Cheng, M. Kantanen, M. Al-Nuaimi, T. Varpula, A. Lamminen, P. Hallbjörner, A. Alastalo, T. Mattila, H. Seppä, P. Pursula, and A. Rydberg, "Technical solutions for automotive intermodulation radar for detecting vulnerable road users," accepted. AMAA 2009 - 13th Int. Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications AMAA 2009 K. F. Reinhart, M. Eckardt, I. Herrmann, A. Feyh, F. Freund, Robert Bosch GmbH, `Low-cost Approach for FarInfrared Sensor Arrays for Hot-spot Detection in Automotive Night Vision Systems' EPSMSO, 3rd International Conference on "Experiments/Process/System Modelling/Simulation & Optimization" IRS 2009 ­ International Radar Symposium SAFECOMP 2009 - 28th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security FETEC 2009 ­ Factory Equipment

ADOSE Information, flyers Paper submitted

International

Bosch

International

Bosch

2009.09.09/ 11 2009.09.15/ 18 2009.10.

Hamburg, Germany Hamburg, Germany Athens, Greece

Special Session, paper on ADOSE algorithms ADOSE information, flyers ADOSE Presentation in workshop, flyers ADOSE information, flyers Paper submitted

International

PARA

International

Bosch

International

ARC

International

ARC

2009.10.12/ 16

Bordeaux, France

2009-10

-

International Radar Conference J. Saebboe, V. Viikari, H. Seppä. T. Varpula, S. Cheng, M. Al-Nuaimi, P. Hallbjörner, and A. Rydberg, "Harmonic automotive radar for VRU classification" V. Viikari and H. Seppä, "Wireless MEMS sensor," submitted to IEEE

International

VTT, UU

Paper submitted

International

VTT

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2010.07.07/ 10

Athens, Greece

Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 2009 4th International Conference "from Scientific Computing to Computational Engineering" SAFECOMP 2010 ­ 29th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security

2010.09.14/ 17

Vienna, Austria

Special Session, paper on ADOSE algorithms ADOSE Presentation in workshop, flyers

International

PARA

International

ARC

* Leaflet, presentation, poster, publication, ... ** National, European, International

3.4

Publications

Papers submitted to journals and conferences (past events): 1. W. Kubinger, C. Loibl, J. Kogler, A Lane Marker Detection Algorithm suitable for Embedded Real-time Systems, Proceedings of the 11th IAESTED International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Controls (ISC 2008), pp. 175-180, Orlando, Florida, USA, Nov. 1618, 2008. Papers submitted to journals and conferences (upcoming): 2. S. Cheng, P. Hallbjörner, A. Rydberg, "Array Antenna for Body-Worn Automotive Harmonic Radar Tag," accepted to EuCAP09, Berlin, 23-27 March 2009. 3. V. Viikari, J. Saebboe, S. Cheng, M. Kantanen, M. Al-Nuaimi, T. Varpula, A. Lamminen, P. Hallbjörner, A. Alastalo, T. Mattila, H. Seppä, P. Pursula, and A. Rydberg, "Technical solutions for automotive intermodulation radar for detecting vulnerable road users," accepted to IEEE 69th Vehicular Technology Conference, Barcelona, Spain, Apr. 26 ­ 29, 2009. 4. K. F. Reinhart, M. Eckardt, I. Herrmann, A. Feyh, F. Freund, Robert Bosch GmbH, Corporate Sector Research and Advance Engineering, Microsystem Technologies, P.O Box 10 60 50, 70049 Stuttgart, GERMANY, `Low-cost Approach for Far-Infrared Sensor Arrays for Hot-spot Detection in Automotive Night Vision Systems', submitted to AMAA-Conference 2009, May 5-6, Berlin. 5. J. Saebboe, V. Viikari, H. Seppä. T. Varpula, S. Cheng, M. Al-Nuaimi, P. Hallbjörner, and A. Rydberg, "Harmonic automotive radar for VRU classification," submitted to International Radar Conference, Oct. 12 ­ 16, Bordeaux, France, 2009. 6. V. Viikari and H. Seppä, "Wireless MEMS sensor," submitted to IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 2009.

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3.5

Lectures and Courses, Lab Exercises and Students Exchange

3.5.1 Lectures and Courses ADOSE content is supposed to be used in lectures and courses. This requires first results of the development phase, i.e. not viable before end of year 2.

3.5.2 Students' Exchange, Lab Exercises ("Practica") Students' exchange and lab exercises ("practica") are another means to disseminate and exploit ADOSE results and are considered by participating academic institutions (not done in year 1).

3.5.3

List of Bachelor, Master and PhD Theses

Academic partners (and may be hosting industrial partners) will offer ADOSE related topics for Bachelor, Master or PhD theses (not reported in year 1).

4.

CONCLUSIONS

A multi-annual dissemination roadmap and plan was established, together with a minimum of procedures in compliance with the rules set in Annex I, DoW. The goals of the first year have been achieved, the first workshop in co-operation with related eSafety road projects is under preparation (to complete the requirements and specification phase first was of primary importance before going public). A detailed refinement of the next steps of the plan will be performed in Q1 of year 2 (after the first review).

5.

[1] [2]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ADOSE ­ Annex I, "Description of Work", rev. 2007-10-12 W. Kubinger, C. Loibl, J. Kogler, A Lane Marker Detection Algorithm suitable for Embedded Real-time Systems, Proceedings of the 11th IAESTED International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Controls (ISC 2008), pp. 175-180, Orlando, Florida, USA, Nov. 16-18, 2008.

6.

LIST OF FIGURES

Fig. 2-1: Dissemination Roadmap .............................................................................................. 8 Fig. 3-1: ADOSE LOGO proposals ........................................................................................... 14

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7.

LIST OF TABLES

Table 2-1: Dissemination plan towards scientific community ..................................................... 11 Table 2-2: Dissemination plans towards industrial community................................................... 12 Table 3-1: Past Dissemination Activities.................................................................................... 16 Table 3-2: Future Dissemination Activities................................................................................. 19

8.

LIST OF ACRONYMS

Three dimensional range camera Reliable Application Specific Detection of Road Users with Vehicle On-Board Sensors Description of Work (Annex I) Far infrared sensor Harmonic radar tag Multi-functional and multi-spectral CMOS vision sensor Non-Disclosure Agreement Silicon retina stereo sensor

3DCAM ADOSE DoW FIR HR-TAG MFOS NDA SRS(S)

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ANNEX 1: Project Factsheet

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10.

ANNEX 2: ADOSE Flyer

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ANNEX 3: ADOSE POSTER (ME '08, VIENNA)

reliable Application specific Detection of road users with vehicle On-board Sensors

(funded by EC grant agreement 216049, FP7-ICT-2007-1)

ADOSE addresses five breakthrough sensing technologies to improve the current state-of-the-art in terms of performance, reliability and costs:

FIR-add-on sensor, combined to a high resolution imager for enhanced night vision

Safety Sensor

3DCAM SRS 3DCAM 3DCAM

3DCAM SRS SRS 3DCAM SRS 3DCAM MFOS HSRR P-TAG

MFOS FIR

HLRR A-TAG

30

in meters

5

20

75

150

Independent system

Low-cost multi-functional CMOS vision sensor, detecting critical environmental parameters (fog, rain, ...) High spatial resolution and low-cost 3D range Camera for short range safety requirements (e.g. for Pre-crash). Harmonic radar combined to passive nonlinear reflector and active tags for easy detection of obstacles and vulnerable road users Low-cost bioinspired silicon retina stereo sensor, addressing time critical decision applications.

Passive night vision Blind spot detection Active Night Vision Lane Departure Warning Rear Vision/Backing up Long Range ACC Short Range Sensing

Sensor fusion

Sensor fusion

Sensor fusion

Integrated system

Emergency Braking, Pre-crash, Pedestrian Protection, ACC, Stop and Go Lane Change Assistance

LEGEND:

MFOS 3DCAM SRS HSRR P-TAG HLRR A-TAG FIR

Multifuntional optical sensor 3D Range Camera Silicon Retina Stereo Sensor Harmonic Short-Range Radar for Passive Tags Harmonic Long-Range Radar for Active Tags Far Infrared Camera

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ANNEX 4: ADOSE WEB-SITE

12.1 Public web site (two different scenes of the animated 3D scenario)

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12.2 Web Client Layout (Repository, protected)

12.3 News & Events section by December 2008

LATEST NEWS

ADOSE Launch of project website Dec. 2008 ADOSE at AutoTest Booth of ARC 22-23 Oct. 2008, Stuttgart ADOSE Poster at ME 08 15-16 Oct. 2008, Vienna ADOSE: First Deliverables released 7 Oct. 2008 ADOSE Project Plenary Meeting 3-4 Jul. 2008, Agrate Brianza

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NEWS

ADOSE Launch of project website Nov. 2008

The ADOSE project website is now fully online, after the launch of the private internal area in the mid-year. The website reports the current ADOSE project activities and results, the cutting-edge news and the upcoming events.

ADOSE at AutoTest Booth of ARC 22-23 Oct. 2008, Stuttgart At AutoTest in Stuttgart, close to the heart of German automotive industry and research, ADOSE was presented at the ARC Booth with a poster and information disseminated via flyer distribution. ADOSE Poster at ME 08 15-16 Oct. 2008, Vienna At ME'08 (bi-annual Micro-Electronics Conference) in Vienna, at the University of Applied Sciences, FH Technikum, ADOSE was present in the poster gallery (where coffee breaks took place) and rouse considerable interest. First Deliverables (D 1.1, D1.2) completed and delivered Oct. 7, 2008 After several internal review cycles, D1.1 (Analysis and Assessment of potential scenarios) and D1.2 (Sensor Requirements and Specifications) were released, together with D3.1, D5.1 and D6.1, which describe the detailed specifications and the preliminary design of MFOS (multifunctional optical sensor), Harmonic Radar and Tags and the SRS (Silicon Retina Stereo Sensor).

ADOSE Project Plenary Meeting 3-4 Jul. 2008, Agrate Brianza (IT), ST Microelectronics

The first ADOSE Project Plenary Meeting was held on 3rd ­ 4th, July 2008 at STMicroelectronics in Agrate Brianza. The meeting mainly focussed on the definition of scenarios, requirements and specifications, and on the preliminary concept design of the ADOSE sensors.

Korea-EU Co-operation Forum on ICT 16-17 June 2008, Seoul, Korea

This 2-day Cooperation Event was co-organised by the European Commission (DG Information Society and Media) and Korean authorities. The Forum aimed at identifying, discussing, and developing joint strategic ICT research projects of mutual benefit to the European Union and Korea. It was opened by Commissioner Reding, highlighting the importance of this initiative and the high expectations. In the embedded systems and control session, participants were expected to make a short presentation of their participation in EU-funded projects in this area, and their research interests. ADOSE was presented, among other projects, under the heading "road safety" and "advanced sensors". Public Page 29 of 31

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"ICT for Transport" Concertation Meeting 13-14 Mar. 2008, Bruxelles (BE), European Commission

The main topic was the presentation of the new FP7 projects (first and second call) as well as some results of the FP6 projects. The work on the communication architecture for cooperative systems was also one point of the agenda. ADOSE was presented in the "Intelligent Vehicle Systems" session.

ADOSE WP1 Workshop 4 Mar. 2008, TechGate Vienna (AT), ARC

The first ADOSE Workshop was organised on 4th March, 2008 in Vienna at ARC. The focus was on WP1 "Scenarios, requirements and specifications": the potential and restrictions of ADOSE sensors were discussed and the work was organised in view of the planned public deliverable reports, D1.1 and D1.2.

ADOSE Kick-off meeting, 30-31 Jan. 2008, Orbassano (IT), CRF

The ADOSE project started officially with a Kick-off meeting on 30th - 31st, Jan. 2008 at CRF in Orbassano. It addresses the enhancement of preventive and active safety functions through the development of high performance and low cost sensing technologies suitable for reliable detection and classification of obstacles and vulnerable road users.

EVENTS

Photonics 21 ­ 3 annual meeting 8-9 Dec. 2008, Brussels (BE)

The Technology Platform Photonics21 is an association of industrial enterprises and other stakeholders in the field of photonics in Europe, with more than 900 stakeholders from 32 countries. This is the majority of the leading Photonics industries and relevant R&D stakeholders along the whole economic value chain in Europe. More than 300 members attended the Annual Meeting 2008 in Brussels, with many fruitful contributions and discussions, paving the way towards European leadership in this most promising enabling technological field.

rd

ICT 2008 - I's to the future 25-27 Nov. 2008, Lyon (FR)

ICT 2008 is the most important and largest European Research Conference and Exhibition, a meeting place for some four thousand researchers, innovators, engineers, policy and business decision-makers in the field of digital technologies, from Europe and from overseas (because of the large number of international cooperations). It took place in Lyon on behalf of the French EC Presidency. ADOSE leaflets and flyers were placed at the EPoSS booth in the exhibition.

ITS World Congress 15-20 Nov. 2008, New York (US)

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"ITS CONNECTIONS: SAVING TIME. SAVING LIVES"

The 15th World Congress on ITS was the largest event in the world for ITS leaders, policy makers and other industry professionals, including more than 200 extraordinary sessions and a grand-scale exhibition. The continuing goal of the World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems is to promote awareness and deployment of ITS technologies. ITS enables transport choices that save lives, time, and money and enhances our ability to provide new levels of safety, reliability, convenience, accessibility, and choice.

ITS Europe Conference 4-6 Jun. 2008, Geneva (CH)

The 2008 event theme was ITS for Sustainable Mobility. The Congress presented the strategic vision, technical implementations of ITS applications, research and operational use of systems and services. An exhibition provided insight into latest ITS innovations including advanced vehicle control systems, travel information and traffic management systems, digital mapping, public transport applications, smart card and communication technology.

IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 4-6 Jun. 2008, Eindhoven (NL)

The Intelligent Vehicles Conference gathered researchers from industry, universities and public authorities to discuss research and applications for intelligent vehicles, including the communication between vehicles and between vehicles and infrastructure.t was a successful congress with more than 400 visitors, 200 presentations, 3 impressive keynote presentations and 35 demonstrations. All sessions and the demonstrations were given on the Campus of Eindhoven University of Technology.

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