|Automation Development for Autonomous Mobility|
|Category:Spain||Boeing / CDTI - Spanish Centre of
Industrial Technological Development
|From 01/09/2012 to 31/12/2014||Completed|
Led by Boeing and supported by the CDTI (Centre for Industrial Technological Development: a Business Public Entity, answering to the Ministry for Science and Innovation in Spain (currently within the Ministry for Economy and Competitiveness), which fosters technological development and innovation in Spanish companies) with a total budget of close to 19 M€, the ADAM initiative is backed by a consortium sponsored by leading institutions in transport, mobility and integration of systems in all application areas (surface, maritime and aeronautic) in Spain as well as at the international level (BOEING, INDRA, NAVANTIA, ELECNOR-DEIMOS, FICOSA, INSA, SAES, AZKAR) and it is composed of ten companies with two SMEs standing out due to their innovative capacity (CENTUM, Maser) and twelve research organisations, including TECNALIA Research & Innovation (an ERTICO Partner).
The Main objective of ADAM Project is to increase the autonomous capabilitites of the operating process of the transport using advanced navigation technologies, guidance, control, communications, surveillance and automation over the base architectures and advanced technologies for autonomous mobile systems. This general objective will be developed concurrently in applications of autonomous air, land and sea platforms.
The project has as its main goals making possible the positioning of the Spanish industry in the scope of the automation and technologies for autonomous mobility, as a mean to guarantee its presence and relevance; producing technological advances in automation/autonomy to improve processes, capacities and performances of selected applications and facilitating a fruitful technological transfer and exploitation of synergies along the autonomous mobility domains.
Boeing Research & Technology Europe, AZKAR, ELECNOR, MASER, SAES, INDRA, INTA, INSA, FICOSA MIRRORS, TECNALIA, Centum
Budget / Funding
Funded by CDTI. 19 million EUR