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On June 19

Scientific director, senior researcher Modris Greitans with a report "Development and Applications of Smart Embedded Cooperative Systems" is participating in The 4th World Congress of Latvian Scientists in Engineering and Technology Section.

An event of major significance for science in Latvia – the 4th World Congress of Latvian Scientists – will take place in 2018 when Latvia celebrates its Centenary.

Date: June 18 - 20, 2018

Venue: The National Library of Latvia, Riga

Aim: The Congress will bring together scientists from Latvia and of Latvian origin and their friends from around the world to propose solutions for the development of Latvia and to promote long-term cooperation.


On June 14

Signal processing laboratory leading researcher Modris Greitans and researcher Kaspars Ozols are participating in the "Baltic C-ITS Forum" in Riga, Latvia. The aim of the forum is to foster C-ITS development in the Baltic States & Nordic region by bringing together most prominent industry professionals, policy makers and researchers to unlock opportunities that C-ITS provides for all of us.  C-ITS presents a great opportunity for various stakeholders to build a safer, more controlled and economically viable environment for mutually aligned mobility solutions.


On June 12

Sr. consultant on automated driving Mr. Sevn Jansen from TNO is giving presentation about TNO research activities in the field of automated and cooperative driving. In addition, AUTOPILIT project ( http://autopilot-project.eu) is presented and scientific ideas exchanged. After the presentation, a guided tour around EDI is organized and potential future collaborations discussed.




On June 11

On the occasion of State Visit to Latvia by His Majesty, King Willem-Alexander, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the free port of Riga in close collaboration with the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) and Connekt organized seminar "Get connected! Seminar on smart mobility and sustainable logistics", which was attended by EDI leading researcher Modris Greitans, researcher Kaspars Ozols and scientific assistants Ingars Ribners and Aleksandrs Levinskis.

During the seminar, several enabling technologies for automated and cooperative driving were demonstrated to His Majesty, King Willem-Alexander and other seminar guests by EDI and TNO. Special emphasis was put on successful research collaboration between Latvia and the Netherlands in the field of smart mobility. In addition, 3Ccar, Autodrive and Prystine projects where disseminated.


On April 9-11th

Signal processing laboratory senior researcher/EDI scientific director Modris Greitans is participating H2020 project "Trustworthy and Smart Actuation in IoT systems —ENACT" partners meeting in Madrid, Spain. During the event, a deliverable related to the definition of requirements for the demonstrations of the use cases of emerging IoT solutions to be developed in the project is discussed. The Institute is involved in demonstrating the use case of intelligent transport systems.



On April 6th

Signal processing laboratory researcher Kaspars Ozols together with Ingmars Pukis and Arturs Lindenbergs from LMT are participating in the f2f meeting in Helsinki, Finland to meet with Finnish Transport Safety Agency, Vediafi, Dynniq Finland and VTT. The aim is to discuss about current development and possibilities for cooperation alongside cross-border corridors to develop digital transport services.


On March 26

14:00 Seminar of the European Union European Regional Development Fund project “High precision synchronous timing in widely distributed scientific instrumentation (DaLaS)” Project No: 1.1.1.1/16/A/174. Venue: “A” auditorium of the Institute of Electronics and Computer Science, Dzerbenes str. 14, Riga.  Seminar program.


On March 6-7th

Signal processing laboratory researcher Kaspars Ozols and assistant Rihards Novickis from March 6th to 7th are participating in the international event "ECSEL forum 2018" in Warsaw, Poland. During the event new international contacts are established and EDI research results disseminated.


On February 22

Signal processing laboratory researcher Kaspars Ozols is participating in Mechanical Engineering and Metalworking Business Forum Jelgava, Latvia, where he as invited speaker gives a presentation named "EDI as an enabler for companies to introduce smart manufacturing". More info: http://mechanical.liaa.gov.lv/



On February 6-7th

Signal processing laboratory senior researcher Modris Greitans and researcher Kaspars Ozols from February 6th to 7th are participating in the international event "ARTEMIS Brokerage Event 2018" in Berlin, Germany.
During the event new international contacts are established and EDI research results disseminated.



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