(Identification Code: CNT 01_00176_166195 – CUP: B52G14000190001) “ITS-ITALY 2020/Formazione” is a project that aims at training high level researchers in the field of Intelligent Transport Systems. Selected trainees will acquire expertise that will be spent to producing innovative technology that will help the industrial development in the field of mobility and transports.
In the picture standing from the left: Barbara Martini, Molka Gharboui, Chiara Contoli, Federica Paganelli. In the picture sitting from the left: Gianluca Davoli, Walter Cerroni CNIT has been awared at the 3rd FED4FIRE+ ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE held in Paris (https://www.fed4fire.eu/event/fec3/) for the “Best Demo” of an innovative prototype developed in the project “Latency-aware and self-Adaptive Service cHaining in
Livorno (Italy) – A week of technological experimentation on the port of Livorno, featuring dozens of installations set up by world-class companies and a two days of conferences and field demonstrations on 18th and 19th of October, has just ended. Main goal was to show how the integration of devices in vehicles, on roadside infrastructure, in radio rooms and
The community research and development information service (CORDIS-EU) has selected SCOUT as a promising and impactful EU-funded project . CORDIS has consequentially produced a dissemination article after an interview with the project coordinators and it is now available online in six languages at https://cordis.europa.eu/result/rcn/238967_en.html The SCOUT (Multitech security system for interconnected space control ground stations) project has focused on
CNIT in collaboration with 11 European partners is carrying out the Horizon2020 project called ReCRED – From Real-world Identities to Privacy-preserving and Attribute-based CREDentials for Device-centric Access Control. Started in 2015, the project aims for solving the main problems of authentication and online identity management through the use of the passwords: the password overload, referring to the inability of
The CNIT/Roma Tor Vergata team led by Prof. Stefano Salsano has been awarded the first prize (40K€) in the “Interworking” stream or the SoftFIRE challenge (https://www.softfire.eu/open-calls/softfire-challenge/). The final evaluation of the competing teams took place during the 3rd Fed4FIRE+ Engineering Conference in Paris on March 15th. The work concerns the deployment of arbitrary overlay topologies over multiple testbeds and
European project IRIS (www.ict-iris.eu) has concluded with the delivery of a ground-breaking device based on silicon-photonic technology. The demonstrated device is a fully-integrated transponder-aggregator for metro networks, and allows switching and routing 12-channel signals from 4 directions to 8 ports. The ground-breaking aspect of the device is its size: everything is reduced to a 8×8 mm2 silicon photonic chip