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SCOTT @EFECS 2019

2019-11-19T10:45:47+00:00November 19th, 2019|

Use the chance and visit us at our SCOTT booth @ECEFS 2019 (European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems) in Helsinki. We will inform you how to realize the full potential of IoT (Internet of Things) and how to build trust in wireless solutions and increase their social acceptance. We are looking forward to welcome and [...]

SCOTT project @IEEE ICCVE

2019-11-19T10:58:00+00:00November 4th, 2019|

The International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo (2019 IEEE ICCVE) takes the challenge to bridge the automated vehicle gap: Science and Technology, Consumer Trust, Homologation and Liability. Experts, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from all around the world are presenting the latest innovations, share the experience and insights, forecast the trends and opportunities, and discuss the [...]

SCOTT F2F Meeting, Madrid, Spain

2019-10-23T06:17:50+00:00Oktober 23rd, 2019|

Representatives from SCOTT Project met in Madrid, Spain. It was hosted by our project partner Indra. All core members took advantage of this fruitful live meeting by clarifying as many topics as possible. After more than two years of highly motivated project work the experts from industry and research discussed the progress made and defined next [...]

UpKit: an open-source, portable, and lightweight update framework for constrained IoT devices

2019-10-22T12:51:36+00:00Oktober 22nd, 2019|

SCOTT's partner TU Graz has developed an open-source, portable, and lightweight update framework for constrained IoT devices named UpKit. This framework encompasses all phases of the software update process: from the generation and signature of a new firmware, to the transmission of the latter to an IoT device, its verification and installation. UpKit employs a novel [...]

Watch now: Extended Receiver for IEEE802.15.4 interference detection

2019-10-07T11:11:43+00:00Oktober 7th, 2019|

The extended receiver is responsible for interference detection. This device extends the capabilities of a standard 802.15.4 physical layer demodulator, it checks every symbol of a received frame and computes an interference indicator. The mentioned indicator gives a general idea about received frame quality and interference level. The values of the indicator vary from 0 to [...]

FH Hagenberg students won SCOTT Vehicle Data Hackathon

2019-10-03T12:56:17+00:00Oktober 3rd, 2019|

At the SCOTT Vehicle Data Hackathon, the team of the University of Applied Sciences - Campus Hagenberg could win the final. With their idea to use the vehicle data of several drivers provided by the SCOTT partner VIRTUAL VEHICLE (Graz) (which is freely available here: https://zenodo.org/record/2661316#.XZSJbGZS9PY) such as speed, rpm, GPS data, steering wheel angle, acceleration [...]

SCOTT’s workshop at ETFA2019: big success!

2019-10-10T06:37:51+00:00September 11th, 2019|

We are proud to report that the workshop "WS01: Workshop on Secure and Trustable Wirelessly Connected Industrial IoT" took place very successfully on September 10th 2019 at ETFA-2019 in Zaragoza, Spain. After almost a year of preparation by a dedicated SCOTT team,  and a CfP which drew lots of attention and papers, a dense and highly [...]

Watch our brandnew video: Vehicle-as-a-Sensor within Smart Infrastructure – Tablet Authentication and Path Control

2019-08-14T08:26:35+00:00August 14th, 2019|

This video features the use-case Vehicle-as-a-Sensor within Smart Infrastructure. Big factory premises have strict traffic rules on their sites. Safety schooling for external personnel takes a lot of time. Within the SCOTT EU-Project, the Virtual Vehicle Research Center suggested using autonomous driving vehicles. To provide access to this vehicle, Vemco created an authentication system which was [...]