project start iKoPA By 01 December 2015 the project iKoPA (integrated communications platform for automated electric vehicles) started with a duration of 3 years. Intelligent and sustainable mobility is a key aim of the new high-tech strategy. The project intention from iKoPA is reliable automation of electric vehicles through secure electronic components with standardized interfaces. The planned work will enable the integration of vehicle-centered environment with external data collection and mobility services. As a result important gaps in automated electric driving can be closed. bmt will provide its TPEG know how therefore.
project partners beside bmt are: Fraunhofer SIT; Fraunhofer FOKUS; DCAITI; MyOmega System Technologies; SWARCO Traffic Systems; NXP Semiconductors Germany; ULD Schleswig-Holstein; htw saar