December 10 & 11, 2019
Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center, Vienna, Austria

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Mobility is a fundamental core element of our society. At the AIT Center for Mobility Systems, around 100 experts are developing holistic mobility solutions for the future based on the interrelation of passenger mobility, mobility of goods, and transport infrastructure. Efficiency, safety, ecological sustainability and the human factor are at the heart of the research and development efforts. Leveraging comprehensive system know-how, scientific excellence, market knowledge, and many years of international experience, AIT experts are using innovation to lead industry and society into the future of mobility.



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A-to-Be is Brisa’s group international brand responsible for developing and delivering technological solutions to mobility operators. With 30 years of experience in the development of leading tolling, roadside, traffic management and revenue assurance solutions, A-to-Be's positioning is towards creating mobility solutions that go beyond vehicles and infrastructures. Focusing on people and on the several ways to get from point “A” to point “B”, A-to-Be is a B2B2C company, client-centric, that offers solutions internationally for intelligent transportation.



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WE BUILD AI-POWERED SOLUTIONS TO TRANSFORM ROAD MANAGEMENT

Cyclope.ai is an innovative high-tech company specialized in artificial intelligence applied to video analysis and image processing, to support road management.We designs, builds and markets complex software solutions, all based on state-of-the-art deep learning discoveries, to better assist road network operators and city traffic supervisors in their daily challenges.



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GUSTAV KLEIN developed and produced uninterruptible power supplies UPS, for DC-and AC load until 2 MW, as well as frequency converters, rectifiers, inverters, DC-converters, test and simulation systems for batteries and grid as well as high power energy storage systems for grid and island grid regulation.
The produced grid converter systems have a power of 500 kVA per block and a system power without limit. They are designed to work with first and second life batteries. The new I-TS from Gustav Klein is very successful, it is capable to simulate or test big batteries with up to 4 channels 5-1000 V 1000 A.



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PTV Group takes a holistic approach that integrates all aspects of traffic, transport and logistics to create and promote sustainable mobility. Recognised as global market leader, PTV develops intelligent software solutions for transport logistics, traffic planning and traffic management. Thus cities, companies and people save time and money, enhance road safety and minimise the impact on the environment. Based on its unique expertise in every facet of mobility, PTV ensures that people and goods arrive at their destinations safe and sound, and on time.



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With 80 years of experience and a global presence in over 70 countries, Rohde & Schwarz is a reliable partner to a variety of industries, governmental organization and regulators. As a leading provider of solution for test & measurement, secure communication, RF monitoring and cyber security, Rohde & Schwarz offers unique solutions and expertise for the future challenges of autonomous and electric flight.
We work closely with our customers and partners on topics like testing of sensors and communication testing, validation of flight navigation, avionic and electric power propulsion system and EMI/EMC challenges to integrate all these technologies into a swift and nimble aircraft.



Present in more than 150 different countries, SYSTRA is an international consultancy and engineering company working on railway and urban transport. From pre-project design to construction, testing and commissioning, through to operations and maintenance, SYSTRA works on every phase of a project. Transporting millions of people every day, safely and efficiently, is a major challenge, calling for optimal solutions. For this reason, SYSTRA designs original solutions to enable governments and contracting authorities to build innovative, reliable, economical and sustainable transport systems, which provide services that meet the needs of populations.



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World leading within exploring and build digital services for the automotive industry with 20+ OEMs in the portfolio.



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Unifly is the global leader in Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM).

Unifly’s technology connects official entities with operators to integrate drones into the airspace safely and securely. It includes flight planning, airspace approval, live tracking, dynamic situational awareness and BLIP, an electronic “license plate” for drones. Flight details such as the exact location, destination, altitude and purpose of the flight are fed into the central platform via the mobile network.

This makes it possible to not only follow the drones in real-time, but also to determine who is flying where and whether they are supposed to be there.



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ViaVan is a leading provider of innovative on-demand shared transit services, in Europe. ViaVan was founded in 2017 as a joint venture between Via, the world's most sophisticated developer of dynamic shared rides technology, and Mercedes-Benz Vans, the leading manufacturer of iconic passenger and cargo vans. Working closely with cities and public transit operators, ViaVan powers dynamic mobility services that complement existing transportation infrastructure. Through their partnership, Mercedes-Benz Vans and Via are also collaborating on the development of advanced mobility solutions, from sensor technology, to electric vehicle fleet management, to autonomous driving.



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ZalaZONE, the new Hungarian proving ground project near the city Zalaegerszeg in southwestern Hungary, is unique in its integration of both classic vehicle dynamics testing and for the multiple test & validations requirements for autonomous vehicles and autonomous vehicle technologies, including electric vehicles and V2X technologies such as 5G cellular and G5 / C-ITS.

Phase 1 of the project was completed in May 2019, opening the Proving Ground for operation. The primary users of the proving ground will be the R&D divisions of the vehicle industry’s OEMs and Tier1s, including established companies from the telecommunication technologies sector, as well as start-ups and SME’s from both the ICT and automotive sectors.

The project is being realized on a 265-ha area. Phase 1 of the PG project includes the realization of the following: dynamic platform, special surface module for brake testing, a high-speed handling course for driveability tests, and the modules connecting roads. Additionally, in Phase 1, a dedicated urban zone or smart city environment will be developed, making it possible for repeatable tests of special traffic situations to be created. ZalaZONE’s smart city area called Z-City can be compared to M-City in Michigan and K-City in Korea… all three leading edge technology test areas.

The testing opportunities of the proving ground will be extended by public road testing in both an urban public road environment in the nearby City of Zalaegerszeg, as well as rural road and highway testing opportunities (including a special 4 lane test road M76 to allow for high speed tests up to 270km/h in 12km section) across Hungary. Furthermore, the inclusion of Slovenian and Austrian test roads together with Hungarian road will make the ZalaZONE extended proving ground project currently the only known tri-national proving ground and autonomous vehicle test bed project in Europe.