Intelligent Systems. ADAS systems and autonomous cooperative driving.

Main Objectives and Activities

  • Deepen in the field of autonomous cooperative driving
  • Develop and test ADAS systems, focusing on speed control systems and environment perception.
  • Develop driver assistance solutions based on the automation of vehicle controls
  • Introduce communication technologies in the previous systems in order to extend the information and the “electronic horizon” from the positioning of the vehicle in digital maps.
  • Develop new high and low level automation architectures for diverse applications and services
  • Deploy cooperative services in real scenarios
  • Analyze the suitability of HMI

R+D+i Team

Felipe Jiménez
Felipe JiménezHead of Unit
PhD Mechanical Engineer and Professor of the Technical University of Madrid in Spain. Wide experience in advanced driver assistance systems, Artificial Intelligence systems and instrumentation & automation of vehicles.
José Eugenio Naranjo
José Eugenio NaranjoResearcher
José E. Naranjo was born in Orense, Spain in 1975. He received the B. E. and M. E. degree in Computer Science engineering from the Technical University of Madrid (UPM), Spain, in 1998 and 2001 respectively. He was awarded a Ph. D. in Computer Science at UPM in 2005. From 1999 to 2007 he was a member of the Autopia Group of CSIC. In 2007, he obtained a position as associate professor in the School of Computer Science of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). His research interests include artificial intelligence, V2X communications, C-ITS, usability and accessibility and CCAD. In addition, Prof. Naranjo is a member of several scientific and editorial committees, including his role as associate editor of IEEE Transactions on ITS, belonging to the organizing committees of the major conferences in the sector, such as the IEEE Intelligent Vehicle Symposium and the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, while also being a member of IEEE ITS Society, serving as Vice President of the Spanish Chapter
Francisco Serradilla
Francisco SerradillaResearcher
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