IMOB works with various stakeholders in the field of mobility and road safety, both nationally and internationally.

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Research partners

Cooperation with research partners does not only occur in Belgium, but with partners all over the world. In recent years, IMOB has made significant efforts to increase our international presence and participation in research projects, based on complementarity and excellence. Alliances were established with partners from:

  • Europe: Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, UK, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Denmark, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia
  • Asia: Qatar, Vietnam, Oman, Bahrein, Pakistan
  • Africa: Rwanda, Tanzania
  • N-America: Canada
  • S-America: Brasil, Peru
Other Partners

Collaborations with industry, stakeholders and SMEs

There are also several partnerships with profit and non-profit organisations in Belgium and abroad, such as:

  • In Europe: ETSC, POLIS, Connect, iNFRANEA, Federdrive, Atrium Opleidingen, Mobiel 21, Goodplanet vzw, Colruyt, Ethias, VITO, Cegeka, Oseven PC (EL), CardioID (PT), CNR (IT), Fraunhofer IAIS (DE) en Europarc Federation (DE)
  • In Asia: VITRONIC (UAE), Tatweer Middle East and Africa (UAE), The Data Academy (Oman)

In the spotlight

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Francqui Chair - Prof. Dr Constantinos Antoniou

Inaugural lecture entitled 'Transportation, *open* data and artificial intelligence - Challenges and opportunities' by Prof. Dr Constantinos Antoniou on Monday May 22nd.

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ABMTRANS workshop 2024

The 15th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (ANT 2024) is a leading international conference for researchers and industry practitioners to share their new ideas, original research results and practical development experiences from all Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies related areas.

Do you have a question or would you like to collaborate with IMOB?

Then don't hesitate to contact us. We are available every weekday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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