InterCor

Interoperable Corridors deploying
cooperative intelligent transport systems

InterCor

Interoperable Corridors deploying
cooperative intelligent transport systems

ABOUT

InterCor (Interoperable Corridors) is a European project which aims to connect the C-ITS corridor initiatives of the Netherlands C-ITS Corridor (Netherlands-Germany-Austria), the French corridor defined in the SCOOP@F project, and the United Kingdom and Belgian C-ITS initiatives.

The InterCor project plans to achieve a sustainable network of C-ITS corridors providing continuity and serving as a TestBed for Day-One C-ITS service development and beyond.

InterCor is a 3 year project of 30 million Euros co-financed by the European Union under the Connecting Europe Facility. The project aims to enable vehicles and related road infrastructure to communicate data through cellular, ITS G5 or a combination of both networks on road corridors running through the Netherlands, Belgium, the UK and France. The overall goal is to achieve safer, more efficient and more convenient mobility of people and goods.

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TESTFESTS

The Hybrid TESTFEST took place from 8-11 October 2018 at Buckmore Park in Chatham, Kent (UK). The goal of this TESTFEST was to test the delivery of Day-1 services operating in a “hybrid” combination of ITS-G5 and cellular communication systems. The TESTFEST also investigated the cross-border interoperability of these services through a separate deployment of two distinct C-ITS systems into “Country A” and “Country B” systems. The end of the UK TESTFEST marked the next stage of the project as it moves into pilot and data is gathered for evaluation. The next and final TESTFEST will take place during three weeks in March 2019 to test the interoperability of user devices from all four Member states at each other’s pilot locations.

NEWS

European Commission adopts the “delegated act” for the deployment of C-ITS

The European Commission has today adopted new rules stepping up the deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) on Europe's roads. The new technology will allow vehicles to ‘talk' to each other, to the road infrastructure, and to other road users –...

Register now for the “Connecting European corridors – C-ITS services across borders” event

When: 28 March 2019 Where: Ramada Plaza Hotel, Antwerp, Belgium The Flemish Ministry for Mobility and Public Works, ERTICO-ITS Europe and the InterCor project teams from France, the Netherlands and the UK, are proud to invite you to the “Connecting European corridors...

InterCor Cross-border Interoperability TESTFEST webinars presentations now available

The InterCor team head the first of the two preparatory webinar in line with the upcoming Cross-border Interoperability TESTFEST taking place in Antwerp, Belgium 25-28 March 2018. The InterCor partners representing all four member states gave an overview of the...

Register now for the InterCor TESTFEST on Cross-border Interoperability

The Flemish Ministry for Mobility and Public Works, ERTICO-ITS Europe and the InterCor project teams from France, the Netherlands and the UK, are proud to invite you to the fourth and final InterCor TESTFEST on Cross-border Interoperability of C-ITS Services taking...

Successful Hybrid TESTFEST paves the way for next steps in interoperability

The third InterCor TESTFEST took place from Monday 8 – Thursday 11 October 2018 at Buckmore Park in Chatham, Kent (UK) with thirty three participants from more than six countries, as well as automotive companies.The goal of the Hybrid TESTFEST was to test...

Last day of TESTFEST ends with final scenario testing and plenary

Buckmore Park welcomed participants and partners once more for the last day of TESTFEST and spirits were high as the technical teams stood ready for local rural and motorway tests to commence. The day was originally divided into two testing scenarios, Rural ITS-G5...

Testing cellular technology in urban areas on Day 3

The third day of TESTFEST kicked off with a review of Tuesday’s triumphs from Chris Chorlton at Buckmore Park, before participants travelled to the Kier depot in Greenwich for remote urban tests delivered by Transport for London (TfL). The focus of the day; to test...

Day 2 of InterCor Hybrid TESTFEST sees more complex testing

On Tuesday, October 9th, more complex testing was conducted to build upon yesterday’s baseline tests. The day’s events were split into two half day testing’s. Specifically, Hybrid served In-Vehicle Signage (IVS) and Roadworks Warning (RWW) services were...

InterCor Hybrid A2M2 TESTFEST kicks off in Kent, UK

The InterCor A2M2 TESTFEST commenced at Buckmore Park in Chatham, Kent (UK) on Monday 8th October.  Thirty three participants from more than six countries, plus automotive companies, were welcomed.  Bench tests started the day followed by track testing...

Moving from pilot to large scale deployment of C-ITS at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen

Moving from cross-border interoperability testing to large scale deployment of C-ITS at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen While the InterCor Hybrid TESTFEST preparations are in full swing in the United Kingdom, several InterCor partners participated in...

REPORTS AND STUDIES

European Commission adopts the “delegated act” for the deployment of C-ITS

The European Commission has today adopted new rules stepping up the deployment of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) on Europe's roads. The new technology will allow vehicles to ‘talk' to each other, to the road infrastructure, and to other road users –...

Moving from pilot to large scale deployment of C-ITS at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen

Moving from cross-border interoperability testing to large scale deployment of C-ITS at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen While the InterCor Hybrid TESTFEST preparations are in full swing in the United Kingdom, several InterCor partners participated in...

C-ITS Corridor project: Road Works Warning service makes significant progress

Rijkswaterstaat has undertaken a successful validation test of the Road Works Warning service

InterCor presented at CODECS workshop on C-ITS Deployment

Fred Verweij, Rijkswaterstaate, presented the InterCor project at “C-ITS Deployment is underway!” Workshop.

PARTICIPATING MEMBER STATES

Netherlands

Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment

Belgium

Department Mobility and Public Works.

France

Ministry of Environment,Energy and Sea

United Kingdom

Department for Transport

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