At the recent TransSec plenary meeting in Kilkenny, project coordinator Roland Trauter gave a preview of the presentation given at the ITS World Congress event held in Copenhagen, Denmark from the 17-21 September.
In the presentation, Trauter gave an overview of the primary goals of TransSec with some insight into how specific objectives will be achieved, and the focus of the presentation as a whole was on the precise vehicle positioning systems using GNSS/Galileo.
The TranSec project solution is conceptualised under five key principles which define the project: Localise, Perceive, Map, Understand & Predict, Act, and Connect. These work on these principles is subdivided into separate work packages which are handled cooperatively by the teams at each of our project partners.
Precise vehicle positioning is a cornerstone of the TransSec project and is detailed in the video above, with the team taking an iterative development approach with early prototypes adding functionality and offering demonstrations at the end of each year of the three-year project.
With the first set of demos due in the next few months, the teams are hard at work on delivering an innovative, reliable solution for road transport security to make the TransSec project a huge success.
TransSec will, of course, be showcasing at a number of other events like the ITS World Congress throughout the project’s lifespan, and details of which can always be found on the Presentations, Press Releases & Events page of our website.
This video is also available under the projects’ YouTube channel here: