The roll out of Cooperative ITS is underway; on several locations and corridors in Europe C-ITS is being implemented. An important goal of the Amsterdam Group is to facilitate cooperation between corridors to enable harmonized deployment of C-ITS services. On this page, a selection of current initiatives can be found.
C-ITS corridor: Rotterdam – Frankfurt/M. – Vienna
German, Dutch and Austrian road operators started the gradual introduction of cooperative systems in Europe.
Project website Germany: http://www.c-its-korridor.de/?menuId=1&sp=en
Project website Austria: http://eco-at.info/
Project website The Netherlands: https://itscorridor.mett.nl/default.aspx
Test deployment project of cooperative intelligent transport systems in France.
French : www.scoop.developpement-durable.gouv.fr
English : www.scoop.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/en
NordicWay is a pilot project that seeks to enable vehicles to communicate safety hazards through cellular networks on a road corridor through Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.
The C-ROADS platform kicked off in October 2016 and brings together authorities and road operators to harmonise the deployment activities of C-ITS across Europe.
InterCor (Interoperable Corridors) is a European project which aims to connect the C-ITS corridor initiatives of the Netherlands C-ITS Corridor (Netherlands-Germany-Austria), the French corridor defined in the SCOOP@F project, and the United Kingdom and Belgian C-ITS initiatives.
Additional ongoing initiatives were discussed in the Amsterdam Group Public Workshops. Information can be found here.