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Intecs (Italian flag) - Prime contractor

INTECS Informatica e Tecnologia del Software S.p.A. is an Italian private industry, which has been providing for more than 35 years the major European and Italian organisations in the design and implementation of advanced electronic systems in the automotive, railways, space, telecommunications, and defence domains. INTECS has considerable industrial experience in the development, verification and assessment of safetycritical systems, and develops and markets both methodologies and toolsets, such as the HRT-UML proprietary toolset, to support the development of real-time, dependable and safety related software. INTECS is also a certified assessor for safety-critical railway applications. INTECS is full member of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and it is associated to the following industrial alliances: ARTEMIS-IA (Amember), AUTOSAR (premium member) and GENIVI (associate member).


BRISA INOVAÇÃO E TECNOLOGIA (Portuguese flag)

Brisa - Auto-estradas de Portugal (BRISA) is a motorway operator with activities in Portugal, Holland, USA and India. BRISA's main business area is the construction and operation of tolled motorways. Brisa Inovação e Tecnologia (Brisa Innovation) is a BRISA Group company and leading provider of technology, engineering solutions and product innovation to the Brisa's world of concessions and to the market. Brisa Innovation offers a complete suite of services and solutions in the design, development, integration and support of high-availability critical systems for tolling, access control, traffic monitoring, control and management.


Consorzio Nazionale Interuniversitario per le Telecomunicazioni (Italian flag)

CNIT is a non-profit Consortium among 37 Italian Universities; it was instituted on January 10th 1995 and it obtained the juridical acknowledgement from the MURST on March 4th 1997. The operating structure of CNIT is based on Research Units (RU) and National Laboratories (NL). Research Units are located in the Departments of the Member Universities and are composed of University professors and researchers who individually request to join and of CNIT personnel assigned as a support to that RU. The CNIT participates to the ICSI project through its National Photonic Networks Laboratory and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna Research Unit. Starting from 2010 CNIT and Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna agreed to to share ''know-how'' on Wireless Sensor Networks, IPv6 compliant networks, and Intelligent Transport Systems research topics.


National Research Council of Italy − Institute of Information Science and Technologies (CNR-ISTI) (Italian flag)

The Institute of Information Science and Technologies 'A. Faedo' (ISTI) is an institute of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR). The Institute is committed to producing scientific excellence and to playing an active role in technology transfer. The domain of competence covers Information Science, related technologies and a wide range of applications. The activity of the Institute aims at increasing knowledge, developing and testing new ideas and widening the application areas. The ''Signals & Image'' Lab is working in the fields of signal acquisition and processing, image understanding and artificial vision, high performance and distributed computing, realtime data collection and transmission. The general goal of the Lab is to increase the knowledge in the above mentioned fields, in both theoretical and applicative contexts. This is achieved by studying and developing models, computer-based methods and machines for the formation, elaboration, analysis and recognition of images and signals, and by applying these methods and techniques to several sectors of the public and private society having strategic, scientific and technological interests. Around thirty people are working at the SI Lab, both researchers and technologists and engineers, covering expertise in computers science, engineering, physics and mathematics. The lab aims at developing its activities dynamically, fully becoming a part of the national and international, academic and industrial network in the field of automated vision and information technologies.


University of Deusto (Spain flag)

The University of Deusto is a private and fully recognized university with 997 members of staff and more than 12,000 students. An important point in UD research agenda is the encouragement of research teams in order to boost their growth and excellence, and the increase in participation in research networks. The Mobility Unit is one of research units with wider scope of DeustoTech − Deusto Institute of Technology, affiliated to the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto. The research of the Mobility unit is focused on ICT applied to transportation, logistics and mobility needs. This research can contribute to the development of intelligent systems which are capable of improving the mobility of people and goods, making it more sustainable, smart and comfortable, using the latest technologies in the field of Advanced Communications Systems and Artificial Intelligent Algorithms.


Forthnet S.A. (Greek flag)

Forthnet S.A. is a leading provider of broadband network services in Greece. The company was the first commercial Internet Service Provider in Greece, established in November 1995. Forthnet has entered both the telecommunications and network services business, being a convergent services provider offering from voice telephony to Internet and value-added services over its private broadband network. Forthnet - through its R&D activity - has 10 years of experience in European projects, either as a coordinator or a contractor.


Faculty of Traffic and Transport Sciences, University of Zagreb (Croatia flag)

The Faculty of Traffic and Transport Sciences, University of Zagreb, is a leading research institution in the field of transport and traffic technology in the Republic of Croatia. The Faculty has been continuously involved in various international and domestic projects regarding implementation of transport solutions and technology transfer. The Department of Intelligent Transport Systems consists of 12 teachers who participate in courses from undergraduate to doctoral and specialist doctoral studies. The ITS Department's main areas of research include ITS architectures, technologies, services and various tools for advanced traffic and transportation management. The ITS Department has expertise in the areas of Analysis and modelling of traffic systems, Road telematics, Intelligent transport systems, Telematics interfaces, Telematics in transport vehicles etc.


Ikusi − Angel Iglesias S.A. (Spain flag)

Ikusi is a leader in the design, implementation and management of electronic systems with a large presence in the Spanish and international markets. Since its inception over 50 years ago, the company has experienced a steady growth based on innovation. Today, 12% of IKUSI's staff is dedicated to R&D. Remaining at the forefront of technology has enabled IKUSI to operate in a market undergoing a permanent change, and to address the development and application of new technologies in order to offer the most advanced solutions to its customers. IKUSI has 11 offices throughout Spain and several international work centres located in Europe, America and Asia. Its team of 853 highly qualified professionals together with its research promotion policy, allows IKUSI to respond to the needs of customers in over 80 countries and to reinforce the company's bet to become a global competitor in the market for Communication Technologies. IKUSI's Intelligent Transport Systems and Security Department will be involved in ICSI project. This department works with different technologies and features to allow ensuring a more efficient, safer and energetically sustainable mobility and transport. Integrating all the systems into a single control and surveillance platform for all the standard ITS elements in this type of infrastructure.


Instituto de Telecomunicações (Portugal flag)

Instituto de Telecomunicações is a private, non−profit organisation, the result of the association of five institutions with experience and traditions in research and development in the field of Telecommunications. IT is organised around three research centres (Aveiro, Coimbra and Lisbon). IT mission is to «create and disseminate scientific knowledge in the field of telecommunications» and thus it undertakes fundamental and applied research in telecommunications in an inter-national context in order to improve higher education and training, both at graduate and postgraduate levels, and the competitiveness of Portuguese Industry and Telecommunications operators.


ObjectSecurity Ltd. (UK flag)

ObjectSecurity Ltd.'s focus is the security of complex distributed systems in mission critical domains. The company is developing and supporting model driven development tools, and security and distributed systems software, which is used by major organizations in Europe and the United States, for e.g. stock trading at a British bank, the central accounting system of Europe's largest telecommunications operator or for the main C2 system of the German Army. ObjectSecurity also provides advanced research, development, consulting and support services to high profile customers, such as the UK Ministry of Defense, the German Navy, the US Navy, the US Air Force, QinetiQ, Eurocontrol, ESA, General Electric, Intel, Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Telekom, Agilent, ESG, Lufthansa Systems, BAA, SAP and others.