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Collaborative Vehicle Infrastructure System (CVIS) Project

par Gabriel PLASSAT

This document has been written as part of the Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems (CVIS) project to raise awareness of the potential of cooperative systems to help tackle urban transport challenges among local authorities and urban planners.

Cooperative systems are systems by which a vehicle communicates wirelessly with another vehicle (V2V – vehicle-to-vehicle communication) or with roadside infrastructure (V2I – vehicle-to-infrastructure communication or I2V – infrastructure to vehicle communication) with the ultimate aim of achieving benefits for many areas of traffic management and road safety.

The 84 page document explains available technologies and example applications for cooperative systems, possible benefits for local authorities, steps for implementation, barriers to implementation and how to overcome them, etc.

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