This deliverable aims to present one ethical issue raised in the context of the ULPEC project : the dual-use of its technology. Indeed, the project output aims to design a camera, which will determine driving for unmanned vehicles.
The components and systems, which relay and build the camera up, can be retrieved on all types of automated device.
While ULPEC’s first objective is to ensure automated driving of vehicles (our exploitation strategy aims namely towards selling the technology ...
The 7.2 – Project Online Presence deliverable is to be read in relation with the deliverable 7.1 - First ULPEC dissemination and public engagement strategy paper, as the set up of a website belongs to the project’s dissemination and engagement strategy.
This document intends to describe the project’s online presence, in relation to the ambition and engagements listed in the dissemination activities and strategy for the ULPEC project.
This document reviews the tools designed for the pr...
This deliverable aims to present one ethical issue raised in the context of the ULPEC project : the misuse of its technology.
We will start presenting here the legal context surrounding misuse of technology and Horizon 2020 project outputs; then we will place the focus on ULPEC’s strategy, in order to comply with the international, European and national regulations.
This document is to be considered a work document.
Although listed as a deliverable, we aim to keep reflecting on the...
The aim of the Project Management Shared Workspace is to provide a handbook describing the steps and requirements for the pick of project management tool to help implement a project successfully. This document, shall present key elements of project management, and a project manager’s requirements to facilitate his/her daily work in the administrative and financial follow-up of the project.
The Project Management Shared Workspace, just like the Deliverable 8.2 – Project Management Guidelin...
The 7.1 - First ULPEC dissemination and public engagement strategy paper deliverable is to be read in relation with the deliverable 8.2 - Project Management Guidelines.
This document intends to describe the plans for dissemination activities and strategy for the ULPEC project. It shall not only be considered as a deliverable but also as an internal document, which defines important aspects of the project’s communication and visbility strategy.
This first paper on dissemination and pub...
This deliverable aims to present one ethical issue raised in the context of the ULPEC project : the transfer of information and results between ULPEC partners located in EU-Member States and ULPEC partners and work environment outside the EU.
We will start presenting here the legal context surrounding the exchange and transfer of technology and Horizon 2020 project outputs to non-EU countries; then we will place the focus on ULPEC’s strategy, in order to comply with the European regulatio...
This deliverable was initially designed as an internal document designed as a handbook to the attention of the ULPEC consortium.
Its purpose is first and foremost to provide guidance to the ULPEC consortium with rules and procedures that will help ensure the quality of the project.
These project management guidelines shall provide the reader with precise information on management, administrative and governance boards, communication internal terms, quality assessment procedures, ethic...
; Brambilla, Manuele
; Bourdis, Nicolas
; Lagorce, Xavier
; Benosman, Ryad (2018)
Projects: EC | ULPEC (732642)
Event-based cameras have recently drawn the attention of the Computer Vision community thanks to their advantages in terms of high temporal resolution, low power consumption and high dynamic range, compared to traditional frame-based cameras. These properties make event-based cameras an ideal choice for autonomous vehicles, robot navigation or UAV vision, among others. However, the accuracy of event-based object classification algorithms, which is of crucial importance for any reliable system...
; Grollier, Julie
; Lecerf, Gwendal
; Xu, Bin
; Locatelli, Nicolas
; Fusil, Stéphane
; Girod, Stéphanie
; Carrétéro, Cécile
; Garcia, Karin
; Xavier, Stéphane
; Tomas, Jean
; Bellaiche, Laurent
; Bibes, Manuel
; Barthélémy, Agnès
; Saïghi, Sylvain
Projects: EC | FEMMES (267579)
, EC | ULPEC (732642)
In the brain, learning is achieved through the ability of synapses to reconfigure the strength by which they connect neurons (synaptic plasticity). In promising solid-state synapses called memristors, conductance can be finely tuned by voltage pulses and set to evolve according to a biological learning rule called spike-timing-dependent plasticity (STDP). Future neuromorphic architectures will comprise billions of such nanosynapses, which require a clear understanding of the physical mechanis...