AUTONOMOUS EMERGENCY Road Transport Security With the rise of vehicle-based terror atacks across Europe, a new form of transport security is needed to help prevent such incidents. TransSec provides an intelligent positonal monitoring and manoeuvring system to do just that. MANOEUVRING AND MOVEMENT MONITORING FOR
About Transsec
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An Intelligent Road Transport Security System

TransSec is a consortium of researchers, innovators and businesses from across Europe, committed to delivering a solution to the recent rise of vehicle-based terror attacks across Europe. TransSec aims to introduce autonomous systems to detect and prevent such incidents from occurring.

The TransSec project commenced in February 2018, and is a 36-month project, funded under the Horizon 2020 Programme.

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Our Objectives
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ANALYSIS

To obtain a more comprehensive analysis of a situational context using a data fusion module that fuses and processes vehicle monitoring data.

DETECTION

One of the primary objectives of the project is pre-crash detection implemented onboard the vehicle to detect vulnerable objects on/off-road.

MANOEUVRING

Our aim is to implement an autonomous system into vehicles in order to perform emergency manoeuvring procedures to bring a vehicle to a safe halt in the case of a potential crash being detected.

POSITIONING

Precise vehicle positoning is critical to the project. This includes both on-road (lane) and off-road positioning and navigational systems.

SECURITY

One of our primary objectives for the project is to implement a highly-secure network of communication systems for V2V, V2I and V2P communications to be used for critical information exchange.

MONITORING

Vehicle movement will be monitored closely, especially during transport of dangerous goods. An alarm/eCall system will be implemented.

Our Objectives
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ANALYSIS

To obtain a more comprehensive analysis of a situational context using a data fusion module that fuses and processes vehicle monitoring data.

DETECTION

One of the primary objectives of the project is pre-crash detection implemented onboard the vehicle to detect vulnerable objects on/off-road.

MANOEUVRING

Our aim is to implement an autonomous system into vehicles in order to perform emergency manoeuvring procedures to bring a vehicle to a safe halt in the case of a potential crash being detected.

POSITIONING

Precise vehicle positoning is critical to the project. This includes both on-road (lane) and off-road positioning and navigational systems.

SECURITY

One of our primary objectives for the project is to implement a highly-secure network of communication systems for V2V, V2I and V2P communications to be used for critical information exchange.

MONITORING

Vehicle movement will be monitored closely, especially during transport of dangerous goods. An alarm/eCall system will be implemented.

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PARTNERS
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The TransSec consortium is comprised of a group of five European organisations Daimler AG, TeleConsult Austria, Vicomtech, TSSG/Waterford Institute of Technology, and Universität Stuttgart.

News, Blogs & Events
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24 Feb: Smart Mobility and how TransSec aims to introduce autonomous systems to detect and prevent vehicle-based terror attacks from occurring.

With the TransSec project wrapped up the partners are still finding avenues for development of the core project features. Our…

20 Jan: V2X Demonstrators for Final Review

As the final review for the TransSec project had to be a virtual event (due to Covid-19) the WIT consortium…

05 Dec: Review Time: TransSec Final Review @ M36

After what can only be described as the most unconventional year due to the CoVid-19 pandemic which wreaked global havoc,…

CONTACT
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Have a question? Why not get in touch…

Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG),
ArcLabs Research and Innovation Centre,
Waterford Institute of Technology West Campus,
Carriganore, Co. Waterford,
X91 P20H, Ireland.