The “Mobility Innovation Week” is a collaborative effort between Mobility Innovation Alliance Japan and ITS Japan organised on 14-17 November in Tokyo, Japan. This event builds upon the success of the “SIP-adus Workshop,” which has been conducted annually since 2014...
SENSORIS will be featured at the upcoming ITS European Congress in Lisbon, 22-24 May. SENSORIS’ achievements and lessons learnt will be discussed during the Special Interest Session no 37 “Data sharing and mobility data space, challenges and role of...
The 19th edition of the Open Auto Drive Forum (OADF) event is planned on 9 May 2023. It will occur from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm (CDT) at HERE in Chicago, USA. Andras Csepinszky (NNG), SENSORIS working group leader and organisation partner, will introduce the Forum,...
From 22 May to 24 May 2023, the City of Lisbon will host the 15th edition of the ITS European Congress. This edition’s theme is “ITS: The Game Changer”, highlighting the key role of ITS in technology advancements for societal, and environmental needs. With the help...
SENSORIS partners will be taking part in the periodical SENSORIS General Assembly taking place in Budapest, Hungary on 25-26 October at NNG Offices. They will discuss the current status of SENSORIS activities and they will further the conversation about new projects...
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