SafeTRANS: Safety in Transportation Systems
SafeTRANS is a German not-for-profit competence cluster, comprising member organizations from industry and academia active in the development of electronic components and systems in the transportation domain (cars, planes, trains, ships and their infrastructure). SafeTRANS serves as a communication and knowledge exchange platform for pre-competitive research and development activities. SafeTRANS furthers activities like round tables and theme-oriented working groups, roadmap development, and project incubation, as well as supporting sustainability measures for project results, and providing the link to similar clusters in Europe, to European funding programs and to national public authorities. SafeTRANS’ members are OEMs, suppliers, tool vendors, and system operators as well as research institutes and universities.
KeywordsSafeTRANS Safety in Transportation Systems Cluster
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