Within the framework of the ECSEL-JU project Aggregate Farming in the Cloud (AFarCloud), a virtual terminal was developed that can help turn existing tractors into smart machines, capable of semi-autonomous operation. This innovation could make agriculture more sustainable and counteract skilled labor shortage in rural areas.
On October 20, TTTech CEO and co-founder Georg Kopetz participated in the Annual Meeting of the Junge Industrie, the youth branch of the Federation of Austrian Industries. In his keynote, he tackled the question: how can we turn Austria, and especially Vienna, into an international innovation hot spot?
At “The Autonomous” event in Vienna, an international group of experts discussed how EC funding contributes to tackling the biggest safety challenges in autonomous mobility.
Car and rail Over-the-Air software updates may soon become safer and more secure thanks to the results of the EU-funded UP2DATE project. The first project milestones were presented to the Industrial Advisory Board in an online conference this summer.
A joint paper submitted by TTTech Labs Corporate Scientist Silviu Craciunas with researchers from the Technical University of Denmark, has won the Emerging Technologies Best Paper Award at the 25th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2020). The conference took place from 8-11 September 2020 in Vienna, Austria and brought together experts from industry and academia.
The Autonomous, the global community shaping the future of safe autonomous mobility, and Five, a leading self-driving technology company focused on system development and assurance, assembled renowned experts at the second virtual The Autonomous Chapter Event. Six speakers presented their insights into the major question, “How can artificial intelligence support safe autonomous driving?”.
The Autonomous is a global community shaping the future of safe autonomous mobility. Apart from its annual event in Vienna, The Autonomous also organizes Chapter Events dedicated to topics concerning safe automated driving and a global safety reference. The first of these was about "Safety Architectures" and was held as a virtual event, attracting around 180 participants.
Successful Second Deterministic Ethernet Forum in Vienna Over 200 participants gathered in Vienna last week for the second Deterministic Ethernet Forum to discuss the latest developments in the evolution of this technology. Standardization, convergence and examples of successful applications in the industrial and automotive sector were the dominating topics on the agenda.
March 7, 2016 Under the guidance of AUDI AG, TTTech developed the central platform control unit “zFAS” integrating various functionalities of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). The ECU also enables comprehensive fusion of sensor data. Microcontrollers from Infineon Technologies AG safeguard that highest requirements towards computing performance and safety are met.