The architecture from the projects CONVERGE, MOBiNET and DITCM will form the basis of the C-MobILE architecture, connecting back-end facilities (i.e. service providers) and mobile nodes in the pilot sites, such as vehicles and VRUs through the hybrid communication implementation.
C-MobILE clusters applications into four thematic application bundles identified according to their relevance to pilot sites, feasibility and potential for market uptake.
The service bundles will be developed and provided in the form of open, modular and extendable wrap applications, bringing together many C-ITS services into one common user environment, with rich user experience features.
The bundles will be able to operate either in one of two modes:
Uses C-ITS services automatically to provide context, location and user-preference based information and guidance to the end user.
The end user can select specific services relevant to their needs.
For each application the required stakeholders, estimated implementation complexity, maturity level, user groups, and potential benefits (e.g. for traffic efficiency and safety) will be assessed and analysed in detail, so as to ensure that all needs and requirements will be captured and accounted for.
Based on this assessment, applications are combined into the following four bundles:
Bundle 1: Urban efficiency
Rest time management
Motorway parking availability
Urban parking availability
Bundle 2: Infrastructure-to-vehicle safety
Road work warning
Road hazard warning
Emergency vehicle warning
Signal violation warning
Warning system for pedestrians
Bundle 3: Traffic efficiency
Green light optimal speed advice (GLOSA)
Cooperative traffic lights for pedestrians
Flexible infrastructure (priority lanes)
In-vehicle signage (dynamic speed limit)
Mode & trip time advice
Probe vehicle data
Bundle 4: Vehicle-to-vehicle safety
Emergency brake light
Cooperative (adaptive) cruise control (Urban ACC)
Slow or stationary vehicle warning
Motorcycle approaching indication (including other road users)
Blind spot detection & warning