The European Commission DG Move has invited business, municipalities, and research institutes to collaborate in twin linked pilots situated in Bordeaux and Helmond. The goal is to establish how Cooperative Intelligent Transport Services (C-ITS) can contribute to improving urban traffic.
The main goal is to establish how to best use C-ITS to increase road safety, reduce traffic congestion and emissions, and increase efficiency in logistics operations. The pilots offer a unique opportunity to gather tangible and quantifiable evidence from real life conditions. Furthermore, the pilots will raise awareness amongst local policy makers and decision makers on C-ITS benefits and capacity to bring concrete solutions to daily urban mobility challenges.
For a period of up to 18 months Bordeaux and Helmond will be actual proving grounds of the technology. Data will be monitored and gathered accurately with a large user group. Dynniq is working closely with partners such as Geoloc, the technology provider in Bordeaux, and other market parties. This is part of the commitment to share knowledge with the EC C-ITS Deployment Platform and actively contribute to accelerate large scale deployment of C-ITS services in European cities.
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