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Project description

The following project structure of the German C-ITS Corridor project provides an overview of the various project groups:

Project groups

The German C-ITS Corridor project was launched in 2013 and consists of nine project groups, each working on a subject area or a system component. Project management is carried out by the BMVI.

  • PG 0 Project management
    The PG0 coordinates and manages the 8 project groups with regard to the implementation of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) on German motorways in the Rotterdam - Frankfurt / M. - Vienna corridor.
  • PG 1 System Architecture
    The aim of the project group is to develop the system architecture for the two applications "Road Works Warning" and "Vehicle Data for Improved Traffic Management" in the C-ITS Corridor.
  • PG 2 ICS – Central Station
    The aim of the project group is the development and test support of cooperative central-side modules for the initial applications "Road Works Warning" and "Vehicle Data for Improved Traffic Management".
  • PG 3 ICS Integration and Roll-Out
    The objective of project group 3 is to involve and assist the countries (Länder) with the rollout of the cooperative systems "Road Works Warning" and "Vehicle Data for Improved Traffic Management".
  • PG 4 IRS –ITS Roadside Station
    The aim of project group 4 is the development and testing of a prototypical ITS Roadside Station for the initial "Road Works Warning" and "Vehicle Data for Improved Traffic Management" applications and the creation of a validated specification sheet in order to support the tender for regular operation.
  • PG 5 IVS-ITS Vehicle Station
    The responsibility for the creation of cooperative vehicles lies with the automotive industry. However, the project is very closely coordinated with the automotive industry.
  • PG 6 IT Security and Privacy
    The objective of the project group is to develop the IT security and data protection concept for the two services "Road Works Warning" and "Vehicle Data for Improved Traffic Management" in the C-ITS Corridor, taking into account possible future extensions (future proofing of the solution).
  • PG 7 Testing and Approval
    The aim of the project group is to define and coordinate the tests and inspections required of the overall system to ensure end-to-end functionality.
  • PG 8 Operation and Evaluation
    The project group is responsible for the establishment of a change and release management process for the C-ITS Corridor project. It organises and evaluates the trial run in Hesse and organises the live operation of the infrastructure.