Partners

Project coordinator. IFSTTAR is a major player in the European research on the city and the territories, transportation and civil engineering.The French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks, born on January 1st 2011, from the merger of INRETS and LCPC, is a Public Institution of a Scientific and Technical Nature, under the joint supervision of the Ministry for an Ecological and Solidary Transition, and the Ministry of Education, Higher Education , Research and Innovation.

Contact: Marion Berbineau


IKERLAN is a leading knowledge transfer technological centre providing competitive value to companies. They seek for excellence in R&D&i, thanks to the continuous adaptation to the needs of our customers and the proximity with the business reality. Faithful to our mission, they have been working daily since 1974 to develop solutions that allow our customers to become more and more competitive. IKERLAN is a cooperative member of the MONDRAGON Company and we are connected to IK4 Research Alliance.

Contact: Dr. Aitor Arriolaand Dr. Iñaki Val


EURNEX, the EUropean rail Research Network of EXcellence, is an association representing European institutional scientific knowledge, research and education. It comprises 35 scientific institutes in the area of rail transport and mobility all over Europe and China. The objective of the association is to promote research and development of the rail system, particularly:

Contact: Dr.-Ing. Armando Carrillo Zanuy
Secretary General EURNEX e.V.



Metro de Madrid serves approximately 5 million inhabitants that have a station less than 600 meters away from where they live. The number of passengers in 2016 was around 584 million.
The company has more than 7000 employees. All of them work to make sure around 2,5 million people enjoy every day a pleasant journey in the most comfortable, quickest and safest way.
Metro de Madrid operates infrastructure and rolling stock, including the engineering and maintenance point of view. These two characteristics are essential to provide experience and data for the development of any proposal.

Contact: Juan Moreno



The Networks Technology & Service Platforms group within the Communication Technology cluster of DTU Fotonik will participate in this project. The group takes a holistic approach for design of telecommunication networks and technologies, covering software as well as hardware (both electrical and optical) together with a more generic and technology independent conceptual approach to network architectures and functional requirements. The group’s competences include all layers of the telecommunication hierarchy. The department has been involved in numerous national and international projects both at a managing capacity and as leading technical and scientific contributor.

Contact: Dr. José Soler


The ULille is a multidisciplinary university, covering 4 training areas: Sciences and Technologies; Life Sciences and Health; Arts, Literature, Languages, Human and Social Sciences; Law, Economics and Management. Research plays an essential role at ULille, which enjoys strong ties with leading bodies such as CNRS, INSERM, INRIA, Pasteur Lille and Lille University Hospital.

Contact: Pr. Laurent Clavier


RadioLabs is a non-profit research Consortium of Universities-Industries, established in 2001. The headquarter is located in Rome, Corso d’Italia 19, Italy and the laboratories are based in the University of Rome Tor Vergata, University of Roma Tre, and University of L’Aquila. RadioLabs trains high level technical personnel, assists young researchers with grants and any other applicable support to their research activities, provides support to PhD activities of the partner Universities, and promotes the dissemination of results through conferences, workshops and specialized publications.

Contact: Alessandro Vizzarri