Trustable (sensor-driven) electronics – for Automotive, Aviation and Industrial Applications (TRUST-E)

Goals and Method of TRUST-E

With the emergence of autonomous vehicles and smart mobility, transport and road travel are undergoing a transformation. New technologies are paving the way towards easier, more efficient journeys and the goal of zero traffic fatalities. As critical tasks are increasingly transferred to vehicles and machines, it is vital to have trust that they will operate safely and reliably at all times. This, in turn, implies that the electronic components and systems in these vehicles and machines must be completely ‘trustable’ (trustworthy). Safety and reliability are non-negotiable requirements.

TRUST-E passed Second Review in Berlin successfully

TRUST-E: The participants of the second TRUST-E Review meeting on May 17th at Fraunhofer in Berlin.

TRUST-E prepared for Second Review in Berlin

TRUST-E: The participants of the preparation meeting for the second TRUST-E Review on May 16th at Fraunhofer in Berlin.

TRUST-E passed the First review with applause

TRUST-E: The participants of the first TRUST-E Review on May 18th at IMEC in Leuven, where it has been stated: "This project is likely to constitute a seed point for many other research projects. In this sense, it presents good chances of being a quite successful project".

TRUST-E introduced during "Day of Trustable Electronics"

Project coordinator Dr. Kai Kriegel from Siemens introduced the TRUST-E project during the "Day of Trustable Electronics" (Link in German only) on March 9, 2022.

TRUST-E starts successfully with Kickoff

In a promising kick off meeting TRUST-E, the co-labelled #Penta and #Euripides² project 22 partners from three countries met in digital format on May 21st, 2021.