One opportunity to reach the target of a safe, energy-efficient and sustainable road transport system is the development of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS), both in terms of direct impact as well as in preparation of Cooperative Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM).
Mobilidata addresses three closely related objectives:
- To develop a sustainable digital data-infrastructure; which enables
- The roll-out of Day 1 and Day 1.5 C-ITS applications, as well as other applications which thrive on the availability of high-quality data; which requires
- A close cooperation between the public authorities and private parties.
This implies locations related to the North Sea–Mediterranean Corridor, the North Sea–Baltic Corridor and the Rhine-Alpine Corridor as well as the urban nodes of Antwerp and Brussels. The new network of iTLCs will enable the C-ITS services and provide positive impact on public transport providers, police forces, cyclists, pedestrians, and other road users.
Mobilidata will realise a sustainable digital data-infrastructure, to support the development and roll out of C-ITS applications. Moreover, the Action will deploy at least 90 Intelligent Traffic Light Controllers (iTLC) serving the entire TEN-T road network passing through the Flemish region.