C-MobILE - Accelerating C-ITS Mobility Innovation and depLoyment in Europe

Project: Research direct

Project Details


C-MobILE (Accelerating C-ITS Mobility Innovation and depLoyment in Europe) is deploying cooperative intelligent transport systems (C-ITS) and services designed to deal with specific mobility challenges across Europe. The project also aims to help local authorities deploy the C-ITS services they need and to raise awareness of the potential benefits for all road users.
A total of eight C-ITS equipped cities and regions are involved in the project, all of which have been research pilot sites for large-scale deployment of sustainable services in the past.
C-MobILE is engaging with public and private stakeholders, including end-users, to enhance C-ITS services and to establish functioning partnerships beyond the project. It is also carrying out cost-benefit analyses and developing business models, particularly from the end-user’s perspective, to make sure C-ITS services do their job correctly.
TU/e team leads the efforts on the design of business models to address the mobility challenges of European cities and to ensure sustainable business for the operation of the C-ITS services beyond the project lifespan.

Layman's description

Desiging business models to address the mobility challenges of European cities and to ensure sustainable business
Effective start/end date29/05/1730/05/21

Collaborative partners

  • Eindhoven University of Technology (lead)
  • Idiada Automotive Technology
  • Gemeente Eindhoven
  • City of Copenhagen
  • City of Newcastle
  • City of Bilbao
  • City of Vigo
  • City of Barcelona
  • City of Thessaloniki
  • Ertico - ITS Europe
  • Informatics Research Unit for Sustainable Engineering (IRUSE)
  • RACC
  • Dynniq
  • MACQ
  • Technolution Nederland B.V.
  • GEOLOC Systems
  • Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research
  • PTV Planung Transport Verkehr AG
  • German Aerospace Center (DLR)
  • Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft des Saarlandes (HTW)
  • University of Newcastle, Australia
  • TOMTOM Development Germany GMBH


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