In this moment, 5 doctoral dissertations are in progress. One of them is focused on radio frequency identification systems. The target is to provide RFID technology, based on the properly configuration of UHF antennas and collocation of RFID tags, to address a non intrusive identification of goods inside the wagon of a vehicle. Other PhD research is focused on the improvement of routing techniques that 802.11p protocol implements. The third doctoral thesis is included in the vehicular communication technologies too. It tries to solve the connectivity everywhere topic inside the train by using redundant channels of communications and managing the swapping between channels and QoS provided by them. The last two PhD projects are included in the software and services area. One of them is focused on the development of artificial intelligent techniques based on genetic algorithms to improve the planning of routes. The other one is focused on software architecture to provide context aware contents to people who are moving.