The University of Pisa is part of the Pisa University System, which includes the Scuola Normale Superiore and the Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies. In the science and engineering field, University of Pisa is ranked between first and third places nationally, in the top 150 in the world. University of Pisa has 57,000 students (of which 53,000 undergraduate, and 3,500 for doctoral and specialization studies) and has Bachelor, Master, PhD degree courses, and also Summer Schools in the fields of Science, Engineering, Law, Economy and Management, Medicine, Arts and Humanities. Most of Master and PhD courses and all Summer Schools are held in English. The University has also a close link (with sharing of persons, structures and equipment) with other research centers in Pisa, such as the CNR (National Research Council) which has in Pisa its biggest research center with more than 1000 researchers, mainly in the ICT field, and the INFN (National Institute for Nuclear Physics Research) which has key role in International experiments such those at CERN (ATLAS, CMS). Pisa is the site of the European Gravitational Observatory (EGO). The research and teaching activity at University of Pisa is held in 20 Departments of which the Department of Information Engineering (DII) (http://www.dii.unipi.it/en/), involved in this project, is in charge of research, teaching and technology transfer activities in the fields of Electronics, Telecommunications, Computer Engineering, Applied Electromagnetism, Automation and Robotics, Vehicle Engineering. DII has been awarded as a “Department of Excellence” from Italian Government with a special funding of 9 MEuros in 2018-2022 to sustain the rise of 5 multidisciplinary labs, CrossLabs, to support Industry4.0 national initiative crosslab.dii.unipi.it. DII hosts research units from CNR and from CNIT and CINI, which are the national interuniversity consortia for Telecommunications and Informatics, respectively. DII has joint labs with STMicroelectronics and RICO. Professors and/or post-doc from DII founded many start-up companies (among them Ingeniars, Quantavis, Qrobotics, Cubitlab, Netresults, PurePowerControl, Yogitech, etc.). Yogitech has been acquired in April 2017 by INTEL creating in Pisa an INTEL R&D research center focused on Functional Safety for IoT and Automotive. University of PisaDII has a strong technology transfer activity in the field of ICT and Engineering, particularly electronics applied to automotive and industrial-automation/robotics, as witnessed by the fact that many international companies are established in the Pisa area, such as AMS, Dialog-Semiconductor, Hanking Electronics, Ericsson, INTEL, in the ICT field and Piaggio, Continental, Magna, Pierburg, DAB pumps, KatoImer, Leonardo, Saint Gobain, ENEL Green Power, INTECS, IDS in the vehicle and automation fields. The DII is the teaching center for 5 Bachelor degrees and 8 Master degrees (4 held in English) with about 700 new students enrolled each year. The DII is also the site of the PhD School in Information Engineering with 30 new PhD students per Year, the IEEE CAS Society Summer School “Enabling technologies for the Internet of Things” and a post-graduate Master in Cybersecurity. The DII has 9 IEEE Fellows, 2 ERC winners and has strategic partnerships with the European and Italian Space Agencies. Within the EPI proposal, the University of Pisa, under the scientific management of Prof. Sergio Saponara, will be involved with its automotive electronics and cybersecurity research groups, which have expertise in embedded high-performance computing and functional safety for application fields characterized by harsh-environment operations (automotive, industrial-automation/robotics, aerospace). The proposing team has founded the spin-off Ingeniars http://www.ingeniars.com.