The C-Roads Spain project is part of the European project C-Roads. C-Roads Spain, includes the deployment of intelligent transport systems in five pilot projects throughout the Spanish geography: Galicia, Madrid, the Cantabrian and Mediterranean coasts and the DGT 3.0 project that covers the entire Spanish territory.
C-Roads Spain, includes the deployment of intelligent transport systems in five pilot projects throughout the Spanish geography: Galicia, Madrid, the Cantabrian and Mediterranean coasts and the DGT 3.0 project that covers the entire Spanish territory.
In all these pilot projects will be tested the warning services to drivers about the potential risks that can be found on the roads such as road works, stationary vehicle, adverse weather conditions,etc. to evaluate the effectiveness of these services.
The pilots that will be carried out are:
- DGT. 3.0. In this pilot, the implementation of C-ITS services will be analyzed through an Internet of Things (IoT) platform, allowing the interconnection of all the actors involved in the traffic and mobility ecosystem. One of its main advantages is that it covers the national territory.
- SISCOGA Extended.This pilot will use a hybrid architecture that includes ITS-G5, LTE and LTE / V communications technology. It is developed in 130 kilometers of interurban roads and 30 km of urban roads.
- Madrid.This pilot takes place in Madrid Calle 30. It will include a solution to inform users of a parking lot in the city and a management system capable of connecting to different sources of information to process it and that will be available to users of mobile applications.
- Corredor Cantàbric. This project is mainly located along the highway A-8 / E-70 that connects the provinces of the northern area of Spain (Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country).
- Corredor Mediterràni.The pilot will run along the Mediterranean Corridor in several sections of the AP-7 highway. His main interest is to check the C-ITS services on toll roads.
The inLab FIB will participate in the pilots of Madrid and the Mediterranean Corridor, in tasks related to cybersecurity and PVD services (Probe Vehicle Data) for the collection and subsequent analysis of the data.