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"Smart specialisation" project LLTAT18465
LLTAT18465 "Applied research on system of sensors and software algorithms for safety and driver assistance on remotely operated ground vehicles for off-road applications, Appendix 2-UT-ITS-stage1-M6-8-en (1.10.2018−31.12.2020)", Amnir Hadachi, University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Computer Science.
LLTAT18465
Rakendusuuring kaugjuhitavate sõidukite juhtimisabi ning turvalisuse funktsioonide jaoks oluliste sensorite ja tarkvaraalgoritmide süsteemi arendamiseks, Lisa 2-UT-ITS-stage1-M6-8-en
Applied research on system of sensors and software algorithms for safety and driver assistance on remotely operated ground vehicles for off-road applications, Appendix 2-UT-ITS-stage1-M6-8-en
milrem-ITS
1.10.2018
31.12.2020
R&D project
Smart specialisation
ETIS classificationSubfieldCERCS classificationFrascati Manual classificationPercent
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.6. Computer SciencesP176 Artificial intelligence 1.2 Computer and information sciences30,0
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.13. Mechanical Engineering, Automation Technology and Manufacturing TechnologyT125 Automation, robotics, control engineering 2.11 Other engineering and technologies50,0
4. Natural Sciences and Engineering4.8. Electrical Engineering and ElectronicsT191 High frequency technology, microwaves 2.2 Electrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering20,0
InstitutionCountryType
AS Milrem
PeriodSum
01.10.2018−31.12.202025 749,00 EUR
01.10.2018−31.12.202090 948,60 EUR
01.10.2018−31.12.2020134 351,45 EUR
251 049,05 EUR

Projekti "Rakendusuuring kaugjuhitavate sõidukite juhtimisabi ning turvalisuse funktsioonide jaoks oluliste sensorite ja tarkvaraalgoritmide süsteemi arendamiseks" elluviimine.
Implementation of the project "Applied research on system of sensors and software algorithms for safety and driver assistance on remotely operated ground vehicles for off-road applications".
Description in EstonianPercent
Applied Research100,0
InstitutionRoleCountryTypeComment
AS MilrempartnerEstoniaenterprise