The CPS4EU European project, funded from the H2020-ECSEL-2018-IA call – Grant Agreement number: 826276, aims to develop new Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) technologies that will improve the efficiency and reliability of critical infrastructures, such as transportation systems, energy networks, and communication systems. This ambitious project involves a consortium of 36 partners from various European countries, including M3 SYSTEMS.
The CPS4EU project aims to demonstrate the benefits of CPS technologies for various applications. The project will also develop new standards and guidelines for the design, deployment, and operation of CPS systems, which will ensure that these systems are safe, secure, and efficient. The applications for which the CPS are going to be tested are numerous. We can mention a few such as Pedestrian detection, environmental quality and risk detection in urban environments, autonomous driving / intelligent mobility, pharmacology, machine learning …
M3 SYSTEMS played an important role in this project by providing use cases and solutions centered around the company’s GNSS simulator, StellaNGC. The M3 SYSTEMS’ flagship product, entirely customizable and upgradable allowing it to support GNSS tests and measurements throughout the design cycle, was integrated into a new test bench, to-be-used by position systems, in order to assess their reliability for autonomous driving and intelligent mobility applications.
M3 SYSTEMS is proud to be part of this important project and to contribute its expertise in satellite navigation and positioning systems. The company has a long-standing reputation for delivering high-quality solutions that meet the needs of its customers. Its participation in the CPS4EU project reflects its commitment to innovation, collaboration, and excellence.