Designing C-ITS architecture and services for North Brabant

S. Rajkarnikar

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    Cooperative-Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) is a field that has seen tremendous progress recently. Together with cooperative
    systems, such as traffic management systems, traffic light controllers, roadside signals and connected vehicle on-board units,
    C-ITS has provided benefits by increasing energy efficiency and safety for specific transport modes. However, implementations of
    C-ITS have been deployed independently from each other and to specify different goals, stakeholders or settings. To solve this, the
    C-MobILE project was begun to stimulate and push existing and new C-ITS deployment sites towards large-scale real-life C-ITS
    deployments across Europe that can work with each other. This report describes a project that involved designing the C-ITS system
    architecture that can be used for large-scale deployment across Europe. Additionally, this report describes a design, development
    and testing for the services chosen by the North Brabant region together with test cases for the same.
    Original languageEnglish
    • Dajsuren, Yanja, Supervisor
    • Karkhanis, Priyanka, Supervisor
    Award date24 Oct 2018
    Place of PublicationEindhoven
    Publication statusPublished - 24 Oct 2018

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