HELMET will develop innovative algorithms with multi-sensors and a representative proof of concept to be tested in Italy, on the L’Aquila town test bed of EMERGE, the Italian project (co-financed by MISE) based on Galileo and 5G for the connected car coordinated by Radiolabs. Collaborative effort is foreseen with rail, road stake-holders and with the RTCM Committee on GNSS-based High Accuracy Applications already involved on train and car applications.
The outcomes of HELMET are along the way to set up and operate such services that are crucial to enable cost-competitive vehicle’s positioning beyond the state of the art. HELMET consortium is composed by Radiolabs, DLR, SOGEI, University of Pardubice, Stanford GNSS team, already partners in RHINOS project and two SMEs: RoboAuto for the driverless car and Kentro Kainotomon Tecnologion for GNSS technology. HELMET will seek to create a bridge with the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport and Ministry of Economical Development on the adoption of Galileo for smart mobility.