The Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership Joint Undertaking held the second edition of its symposium in Brussels on June 19 and 20.
With an agenda on shaping digital innovation in the coming years ECSEL funded projects gathered and presented their progress and technological and scientific results while discussing options, visions and new horizons for the ECSEL JU programme.
The DENSE Project was present and represented by coordinator Werner Ritter and WP6 Leader Matti Kutila, answering quite a few questions on the technological advancements that were already achieved, the impact of the project and the next steps in reaching autonomous driving in adverse weather. Among a poster and videos from the DENSE project a LiDAR was on display scanning the environment and displaying the results in real-time.
The event also featured high-level keynote speeches and panel discussions focusing on the challenges of the European digital economy and society.