C-Roads Germany kicked off

Pilot site for testing harmonised standards regarding the deployment of transnational C-ITS Services

The C-Roads Platform is an open platform for the development of standards and communication solutions for transnational and interoperable C-ITS services. As member of the C-Roads cooperation Germany will contribute by the findings of the implementation and operation of in total seven different C-ITS services, which will be deployed in two different pilot sites and harmonised by the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt).

OECON will be a part of the following activities:

  • Slow or Stationary Vehicle Ahead Warning Service (SSVW)
  • In-Vehicle Information / In-Vehicle Signage Service
  • Probe Vehicle Data Service (PVD)
  • Traffic Management Centre Integration (main activity)

Background & Motivation
The C-Roads platform has kicked off in Europe, bringing together authorities and road operators from 11 Member States (Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia and United Kingdom). The aim of the C-Roads Platform is to develop harmonised specifications taking the EU-C-ITS platform recommendations into account, linking all C-ITS deployments and planning intensive cross-testing. The C-Roads Platform is making cross-border C-ITS services a reality today and building the foundations for connected and automated vehicles.

Website:
www.c-roads.eu

Funding:
The C-Roads Platform is co-funded through the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF)

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