He received his MSc from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) in electrical engineering in 2008. He was involved in several automotive related and embedded systems projects in the past years, such as in the European FP6 CVIS, ITSSv6 FP7 projects. His research interests are sensor networks and microwave technologies capable to fulfil the needs of low power communications. Currently he is working on ITS communication related problems, specifically smart city applications and deployments and examines the possibilities of the integration of multi- and crossmodal communications, V2X and 5G technologies to enhance traffic safety in cities and intersections. He supervises Commsignia’s technological contribution as well as being responsible for the hardware prototyping design team.