The CYB project is carried out by a consortium of complementary partners:
Sycada: is an innovative telematics and IoT company with offices in the Netherlands, Germany, and Greece. We are honoured to serve more than 3.000 enterprise clients across Europe with innovative solutions, including asset tracking & fleet management, connected car, green mobility and UBI programs. Sycada is actively involved in the transition from fossil to zero-enission vehicles in public transport, city distribution and taxi operations and has been involved in more than 15 different EV and smart charging projects across Europe.
ICRON Technologies: is a leading developer of Advanced Planning, Scheduling & Optimization solutions to help customers improve and optimize their end-to-end supply chain operations. ICRON provides optimized, automatically generated plans and schedules while simultaneously considering demand, resource and asset constraints and business objectives. Our solutions significantly reduce the planning time. ICRON automatically performs most of the schedule generation activities and produces schedules in minutes rather than hours or days. We provide tremendous what-if analysis capabilities. With its speed, accuracy easily generates as many scenarios as user requires and provides user friendly, efficiently tools for planner and management to selects the best scenario to be used as the official plan. ICRON Detailed Scheduling provides fast rescheduling capability to respond to frequent changes. A situation which is extremely relevant in the context of electric bus operations.
Owasys: is a design and manufacturing engineering company within the M2M market. Owasys was created in 2002 by a group of professionals coming out of Ericsson BTC (Bilbao Technology Centre) who during the last 15 years has led the development and launching of advanced wireless devices. Our customers are working in different segments as: Fleet Management, AVL, Telemetry and Utilities. We are currently working with over 100 System Integrators mainly in Europe but we also have projects in North and South America, the Near East and Australia.
TU/e: Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e) lies in the top technology region of Brainport, the beating technological heart of the Netherlands. Relationships with high-tech companies and organizations in the region are many and good, and that bears fruit for you in your assignments, internships, graduation projects and work. TU/e is committed to develop knowledge and innovative technologies to help achieve sustainable mobility for society. More than 200 researchers contribute every day to make mobility and transport more intelligent and productive, and to make vehicles safer, cleaner, and more efficient. The Department of Mechanical Engineering, Dynamics & Control Group is participating in the CYB project.