Views and requirements of city authorities on cooperative ITS

A number of reports and other materials about cooperative ITS/C-ITS and cities produced within the European projects CIMEC and CODECS are now available for downloading, providing insight to the views and requirements of city authorities as well as the view of the supplier market.

These reports provide insight to:

the views of cities regarding C-ITS,

those C-ITS applications that could appeal to cities (to deliver traffic management and enforcement functions),

what needs to be considered/explored for deployment to happen (integration, organisational issues, business model, etc)

the views of the supplier market

technical requirements, including standardisation.

This body of knowledge is quite unique and is intended to make the wider C-ITS community aware of the real challenges, requirements and opportunities for C-ITS in the urban environment, from the point of view of a city authority.

The relevant deliverables include:

Requirements of urban transport authorities regarding cooperative V2I and I2V systems and their strategic policy implications - Dec. 2016- CODECS D4.2

City status and requirements for C-ITS deployment (including results of ITS/C-ITS survey involving 50+ cities) – October 2016 - CIMEC D1.1

C-ITS roadmap for European cities (draft) - CIMEC D3.2 - one pager in EnglishGerman and Spanish - CIMEC roadmap summary (16 pages)

Supplier views on C-ITS derived from survey and outreach activities – May 2016 - CIMEC D2.3

C-ITS standardisation requirements for the urban environment – Dec. 2016 - CIMEC D2.5

Feasibility study on common technical specifications for interfacing the vehicle and urban traffic management system – Dec. 2016 - CODECS D4.3

For further information, visit the CIMEC or CODECS website or contact shoadley [at] polisnetwork [dot] eu (Suzanne Hoadley).

Author: Suzanne Hoadley

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