ICAI Lab

EAISI Mobility Lab

The EAISI Mobility Lab is a joint program of NXP and TU/e and is also an ICAI Lab. ICAI is a Dutch network aimed at technology and talent development between knowledge institutes, industry, and government in the area of artificial intelligence.

 

 

ACCIDENT FREE MOBILITY

Our mobility is currently enabled by a road transport system that is far from sustainable with far too many fatalities and injuries. The digitalization of vehicles and transport services offers a huge potential to improve this, but only if a systems perspective is taken. Our goal is to significantly contribute to speed up the transition towards an accident free mobility system.

The Mobility lab aims to advance perception technology such that mobile systems become able to understand – and not merely sense – the environment that they operate in. Understanding is the basis for hypothesizing and anticipating on possible future events and thus the basis for planning safe and effective actions.

It is our ambition to create value for all people in the fields of Mobility, by connecting ground-breaking scientific research, translating into Mobility applications. This is done via program lines which reflect the main innovation and Mobility research areas in the market. In particular, the focus is on computer vision, sensor fusion and world modelling for automated driving.

ICAI is a Dutch network aimed at technology and talent development between knowledge institutes, industry, and government in the area of artificial intelligence. 

ICAI Podcast

Podcast (in Dutch) with Gijs Dubbelman of the EAISI Mobility Lab of TU/e and NXP Semiconductors, about the future of neural networks in self-driving cars, the usefulness and challenges of self-learning systems, segmentation of video images to extract much more information, neural networks that can handle multiple tasks, transparency of such networks, training data for intelligent cars, Europe versus China and the US, the Max Verstappen effect and data analysis in F1, sustainability and AI and the future of the automotive industry.

 

Our team

Lab Manager

Margriet van Schijndel

Industry partner Director

Gerardo Daalderop (NXP)

Assistant Professor

Emilia Silvas

EAISI External Affairs

Paul Merkus

Governing board member Industry partner

Brian de Bart (NXP)

Associate Professor

Gijs Dubbelman

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