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Research Project ACCUS

FP7: Adaptive Cooperative Control in Urban (sub) Systems

(Jun 2013 – Jan 2016)

The ACCUS Project (Adaptive Cooperative Control in Urban (sub) Systems) aims to develop solutions in urban environments for mobility, energy, and security. Its goal is to build a platform integrating existing standalone subsystems for mutual system integration.

By implementing an effective system architecture and continuous process optimization, the project plans to achieve more efficient, safer, and more robust subsystem operations. This will result in better responsiveness and higher-quality services of subsystems, which otherwise have a limited range of functionalities in standalone operation.

In a project co-financed by the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology and the ARTEMIS Association, involving 32 partners, Inea experts contribute to developing solutions with multiple subsystems with an energy component (public lighting, smart homes, smart grids, etc.).


The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No 333020.

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