Press

A press release was issued by the Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) on the occasion of the launch of the WeObserve Communities of Practice (CoPs) that took place during the Citizen Science Workshop Day of the 2nd International ECSA Conference (6 June 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland).

A press release was issued by Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) on the occasion of the third field test of INACHUS project that took place on April 20th in Weeze, Germany. Victims localization tools, secure communication system and Common Operational Picture and Emergency Support System were demonstrated and evaluated by 15 end users from all over Europe. The press release is available as a pdf in both EN and GR  languages.

A joint press release was issued by the Greek partners of COREALIS, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), SEAbility LTD (SEAB) and Piraeus Container Terminal SA (PCT). The main goal of COREALIS project is to propose a strategic, innovative framework, for cargo ports to handle upcoming and future capacity, traffic, efficiency and environmental challenges. This framework is supported by disruptive technologies, including Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, next generation traffic management and emerging 5G networks. The press release is available here as a pdf in both EN and GR languages.

A press release was issued by Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS) on the occasion of the 1st SENSKIN Workshop that was held in Brussels, Belgium.

The press release is available as a pdf in GR language.

 

 

A Press Release was issued by the IN-PREP project Coordinator, ICCS, on the occasion of the project’s start,on September 23, 2017. Please find the press release in GR here as a PDF.

The press release was distributed through the majority of trusted Greek media (electronic and print) andi is also available here in EN. 

Dr. Angelos Amditis, Director of I-SENSE Research Group, gave an interview on Friday, 26 January 2018, about the implementation of eCall in Greece and explained the related activities that took place from 2009 until today, with the strong involvement of ICCS. The interview was given during the National TV programme "Proti Eidisi" of ERT, the Greek public television. PLease find the video of his full interview in GR below.

 

A press release was issued by ICCS on the occassion of  a Pan-European survey that took place in the framework of the ELVITEN H2020 Project activities. The aim of the survey was to collect EU citizens feedback about the use of Light Electric Vehicles as a mean for a sustainable, safe and citizen friendly transportation system. The press release is available  as a pdf in both EN and GR languages.

As a result ELVITEN gained the following publicity in the Greek popular press: 

9/1/2018, APE-MPE, "Pan - European survey about the Light Electric Vehicles, as a mean for a sustainable, safe and citizen friendly transportation system", (pdf)

9/1/2018, Energia.gr, "Pan - European survey about the Light Electric Vehicles, as a mean for a sustainable, safe and citizen friendly transportation system", (pdf)   

9/1/2018, Ecozen.gr, "The city of Trikala is a part of  a Pan-European Survey for Light Electric Vehicles", (pdf)

The CONCORDA (Connected Corridor for Driving Automation) project was kicked off on November 20 in Brussels. CONCORDA is a 33-month project, estimated at 20 million euro and with a timeline from 1 October 2017 until 30 June 2020. The project consortium includes 26 international partners from 5 Member States. The project is funded under a Grant Agreement from CEF (Connected Europe Facility) and INEA (Innovation and Networks Executive Agency), under the powers delegated by the European Commission. 

The kick-off meeting was hosted by ERTICO – ITS Europe and opened with a keynote address from Jacob Bangsgaard, CEO of ERTICO – ITS Europe, followed by contributions from Johanna Tzanidaki and Eusebiu Catana (both from ERTICO – ITS Europe), who expressed their satisfaction in meeting the project partners and provided a general overview of the project and its objectives.

In its 16 October 2017 release (#3795), the Greek daily electronic newsletter NetFAX published an article entitled: “The European research project INFRAMIX paves the way for automated vehicles”. The article provides an overview of the scope and objectives of the INFRAMIX: "Road INFRAstructure ready for MIXed vehicle traffic flows" project. It also presents the INFRAMIX consortium and highlights the role of ICCS, and particularly the I-SENSE Research group, in the project.

The pdf version of the electronic newsletter release, in which the article was published, is also available here.