Polis invites representatives of city and regional authorites to come together to provide input on requirements for next generation traffic management. A workshop will be held on 1 December 2015 (09.00-12.45) at Polis in Brussels.
Connected travellers, vehicles and infrastructure is starting to become a reality. Within the H2020 projects, CIMEC and CODECS, Polis wishes to reach out to city and regional authority representatives in order to gather their input on requirements and expectations for connected mobility.
- Which ITS applications would road authorities like to see implemented?
- What data are they willing to share with the vehicle and which data would like to get back from the vehicle (to support traffic management for instance)?
- What is the business case for making investments in infrastructure?
- How can these new developments build on legacy systems?
These are some of the questions that will be addressed in the projects.
A first city pool workshop (reaching out to city as well as regional authority representatives) will be held on 1 December 2015 at the Polis office with partners of the CIMEC and CODECS projects (city authorities, highway authorities, vehicle manufacturers, researchers, etc). This workshop is being organised back to back with a VRUITS workshop on improving road safety for vulnerable road users through ITS.
The draft agenda of the workshop is available here.
To join the City Pool and to register for the workshop on 1 December, please click here.
For information and to register for the VRUITS workshop on road safety, vulnerable road users and ITS, please click here.