The C-ITS City Pool Workshop provides a space where transport authorities can share real-life experiences, receive feedback and learn about best practices and business opportunities for the deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS).
>>> Register now <<<
Launched in 2015 in the framework of the CIMEC and CODECS projects, the C-ITS City Pool acts as a central meeting point between transport authorities already engaged in C-ITS deployment and other cities interested in how C-ITS can improve urban / regional mobility with the aim of raising awareness and support deployment.
As of March 2018, the City Pool is managed by the C-MobILE Stakeholder Forum, involving traffic managers, road operators, industries, fleet operators, as well as everyday road users (such as professional taxi, bus or truck drivers, but also vulnerable road users such as cyclists and pedestrians) with the aim of establishing functioning business partnerships.
This is done by organising events across Europe such as trainings on ITS / C-ITS, local consultations, focus workshops, webinars, site visits, and open road traffic demonstrations.
This C-ITS City Pool Workshop focuses on the upcoming C-ITS Delegated Regulation and will provide insight on digitalisation and upscaling challenges for cities.
Join the C-ITS City Pool today: you will learn from other cities about C-ITS and what it can bring to your community, but also what hurdles you should expect when trying to implement. Share knowledge, speak with your peers and make arrangements for follow-up contacts.
The participation in the workshop is free of charge but a registration is required.
Registered participants will be invited to fill out an online survey ahead of the event, and the results will be discussed at the City Pool Workshop.
C-MobILE (c-mobile-project.eu) aims to upscale the deployment of C-ITS services designed to deal with urban mobility challenges for the benefit of all road users. A total of eight C-ITS equipped cities and regions across Europe are involved in this challenge, all of which have been research pilot sites in the past. C-MobILE engages with public and private stakeholders, including end-users, so to enhance sustainability of C-ITS services and establish partnerships functioning beyond the project itself. A common approach ensures that interoperability and seamless service availability are prioritised and at acceptable costs. It therefore includes cost-benefit analyses and business plans, particularly from the end-user’s perspective, so to make sure C-ITS services do their job correctly.
Should you be interested in knowing more and/or in joining the C-MobILE partnership for C-ITS deployment, please subscribe the Stakeholder Forum here: c-mobile-project.eu/contacts/.