Palkovics: Hungary at a glance at the ITS World Congress
For the first time with the Hungarian national stand at the largest international meeting in the field of intelligent transport systems and services, at the ITS World Congress conference and exhibition – said László Palkovics at the event in Hamburg on Tuesday.
The Minister of Innovation and Technology tells MTI by phone that the development will be presented at the national stand, among many others, which created a specific transport situation through the ZalaZONE Automotive Test Track, the construction of the development through university research projects and Magyar Közút Nonprofit Zrt. ” digital twin pair “.
Whichever actor, such as a car or a human, wants to react to a situation, the digital mapping of reality allows him to intervene in the process and “produce the right response,” the minister said, highlighting a serious interest in development.
One of the main features of the project for the implementation of the Austro-Hungarian bilateral research cooperation is that it is necessary in practice, so it will install this system on the M76 motorway leading to Zalaegerszeg.
László Palkovics said that he was conducting a series of negotiations with world companies, partly about the possibilities of cooperation in Hungary, partly about the development of the “digital twin”.
Many partners have been operating in Hungary for a long time – the minister added, mentioning ZF Friedrichshafen AG, one of the world’s largest automotive suppliers, as an example, and his Hungarian company, ZF Hungária Kft., Operates a plant in Eger.
The topic of the Hamburg meeting was the launch of an autonomous bus without a driver. You plan to want the vehicle in public transport between the city center of Zalaegerszeg and the ZalaZONE test track.
The bus “also fits into the environment, because it is an autonomous vehicle”, and by placing traffic, we can also create the way in which such a bus works in a real traffic situation, “said László Palkovics.
He added that he will also take part in a podium discussion on Tuesday, using topics for the future of intelligent and autonomous transport and opportunities for political, legislative support.
For the ITS World Congress, which began on Monday, organizers expect 12,000 professional visitors from more than a hundred countries. ITS stands for Intelligent Transport Systems. The events, which run until Friday, feature more than twice a meeting, a podium discussion, and a presentation of 250 projects and developments. More than four hundred companies, research institutes and other organizations appeared in the 30,000-square-meter exhibition area. The United Kingdom, South Korea and Japan, among others, presented an independent national stand. Commsignia Kft., Which operates in the vehicle communication (V2X) market, will present itself at a separate stand from Hungary.