Upcoming events

IEEE IV 2024

The IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV) stands as a leading conference backed by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society (ITSS), seeing the participation of researchers, engineers, practitioners, and students from the industrial sector, academic institutions, and governmental bodies.

2 - 5 June 2024

Jeju Island, South Korea

3rd Resilient and Robust Sensing Conference

The conference convenes stakeholders from both academia and industry, encompassing national and international experts in the field of Automated Systems for Transportation. Participants will gain insights into the latest technical developments regarding resilient and robust sensing of AVs.

19 June 2024

Scarman, United Kingdom

ID4Mobility Cluster event

ID4Mobility is a European mobility cluster active in West France, Europe and internationally. Through a collaborative approach, the cluster brings together 400+ members focusing on smarter Mobility and enables knowledge exchange between different stakeholders through their activities.

2 July 2024


Past events

This Webinar is the second of a series on Connected, Cooperative, and Automated Mobility (CCAM). It pools together a different set of global experts in the field of automated mobility and it has the objective to present current Autonomous Vehicle (AV) regulatory and standardisation frameworks.

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TRA, the Transport Research Arena, is the foremost European transport event that covers all transport modes and all aspects of mobility. It offers a great venue for researchers, policymakers and industry representatives to get together and contribute to the discussion on how research and innovation can reshape the transport and mobility system.

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The conference reviewed and discussed the recent trends, opportunities and pitfalls of data management. Maikol Drechsler (THI) presented his paper “Synthetic Extreme Weather for AI Training: Concept and Validation” which describes the artificial rain facility implemented for the data collection in ROADVIEW. 

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The CAR 2 CAR Forum is an annual two-day conference in Europe where experts discuss road safety, future transportation challenges, and collaborative driving technology. Eren Aksoy (HH) held a presentation about ROADVIEW at this event.

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This Webinar was the first of a series on Connected, Cooperative, and Automated Mobility, and it introduced the benefits of Automated Vehicles, current and short-term use cases, and the challenges currently encountered, as well as how ROADVIEW is addressing these.

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Valentina Donzella (WMG) and Pak Hung Chan (WMG)  represented ROADVIEW at the AutoSens Brussels Conference. Taking place in the heart of Europe, AutoSens brought together ADAS and AV specialists to shape the future of vehicle perception.

Sonnet.AI, South Korea’s leading robotaxi startup, launched its first commercial robotaxi service in late 2021 and has expanded to various cities without cash burn like others. In this presentation, Dr Son will share the history of developing autonomous driving technologies in DGIST and Sonnet.AI, and the vision of autonomous driving technologies.

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The ‘CVPR Workshop’, held in Vancouver, Canada, addressed the particular challenge of adverse weather and lighting conditions. After introducing the ROADVIEW project, Eren Erdal Aksoy, shared the initial developments on methods to remove distractions, like snowflakes, from the car’s vision system, and enhance their ability to spot objects in poor weather conditions. Additionally, during the workshop, Aksoy emphasised the critical need for ROADVIEW to investigate innovative ways for autonomous vehicles to detect slippery roads. He also highlighted the project’s push to enhance computer simulations for robust testing of these systems. Overall, these efforts underline ROADVIEW’s dedication to ensuring the safety and reliability of self-driving cars in any weather conditions.

The Resilient and Robust Sensing for Automated Systems for Transportation conference brought together different stakeholders, and national and international experts working on Automated Systems for Transportation. The event offered an opportunity to understand and discuss the latest technical advancements in the area of resilient and robust sensing and highlighted the key challenges that need to be overcome to ensure the safety of automated systems based on environmental perception sensors.

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Antti Kangasrääsiö (Sensible 4) Eren Erdal Aksoy (Halmstad University), Antero Kukko (FGI) & Petri Manninen (FGI) joined the 15th ITS European Congress on behalf of the ROADVIEW project. The ITS European Congress is organised by ITS Europe, and it is the largest event exclusively focussed on intelligent mobility and the digitalisation of transport, serving as a platform to exchange the most recent advancements in the field. More than 2.500 participants took part in over 100 sessions, and 80 exhibitors showcased the latest innovative technologies, ITS services, and transportation solutions. During the congress, the ROADVIEW team was invited to a panel discussion on the challenges of multi-modal ML-based perception development & testing for automated applications. ROADVIEW innovative perception and control solutions particularly attracted the interest of participants.

The European Conference on Connected and Automated Driving (EUCAD) is an initiative of the CCAM Association in collaboration with the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA), and it aims to discuss and define the pathway towards implementing large-scale demonstrations and deployment of Cooperative, and Connected Automated Mobility (CCAM) solutions in Europe. At the beginning of May, Martin Sanfridson (RISE) attended the 4th EUCAD Conference, representing ROADVIEW. During the two-day event, ROADVIEW was featured in a dedicated booth, and had the chance to pitch the project to the conference organisers. Equally important, ROADVIEW engaged with representatives from the sister project EVENTS. Together, R&D synergies and opportunities were identified and explored to further advance the boundaries of connected and autonomous driving under harsh weather conditions.

The project coordinator, Eren Erdal Aksoy, and his team from Halmstad University took part in the ‘Sustainable AI and AI for Sustainability’ event. Organised by the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the Swedish Ministry of Finance, it aimed to collaboratively identify future opportunities and challenges associated with AI and sustainability. With around 200 attendees, it provided a valuable dissemination platform for the consortium. ROADVIEW gained significant exposure during the event, being featured in the  Göteborgs-Posten, one of Sweden’s largest newspapers, the Hallandsposten, a local newspaper, and on TV4, a national Swedish broadcasting service.