It also aims a congestion-free, sustainable and economically viable mobility, minimizing the environmental impact of road transport. C-MobILE will adopt state of the art technologies in terms of communication, road-side architecture, and service delivery concepts to define an architecture that is cross-border interoperable, utilizing hybrid communication technologies. A series of C-ITS (cooperative-intelligent transport systems) applications will be demonstrated using the C-MobILE architecture by involving stakeholders, operators of pilot sites, developers of user device solutions and large user communities. The results of the pilot sites will be validated based on the technical aspects and user/societal impacts. This will lead to C-ITS deployment on the C-MobILE pilot sites, and replication to other cities by publishing deployment guidelines. PTV will contribute to the architecture, system design and impact assessment.
C-MobILE envisions a fully safe and efficient road transport without casualties and serious injuries on European roads, in particular in complex urban areas and for vulnerable road users.
Promotion of technological development
In ACCorD, a test environment will be set up and data from automated and connected vehicles in real traffic will be collected which can be used for fostering developments.
Simulation of automated driving
Digital twins of the test fields for the execution of tests in simulation will be built and used for the validation.
Public participation and stakeholder involvement
Citizen participation and stakeholder involvement will be stimulated on the topic of automated and connected driving in the city of Aachen.