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Communications for eSafety2

Project description

ICT for Mobility of the Future

PREFACE: This DoW for COMeSafety2 represents the third version since start of project. This update was necessary for various reasons:- delay of deliverables due to lack of resources or unavailable information- update of deliverables due to findings and recommendations of the 1st and 2nd Annual Review- re-alignment of goals and objectives of project and corresponding re-allocation of budget to partners.
According to the recommendations of the 1st Annual Review in Q2/12 this DoW was updated in December 2012. Following the recommendations of the 2nd Annual Review in Q2/13 the project will be extended (by 3 month) until end of Q1/2014. This extension, in particular for the work packages WP2 and WP3 is used to integrate latest results regarding deployment of C-ITS and to update/ complete deliverables.
The COMeSafety2 project proposal aims at the coordination of the activities towards the realisation of cooperative systems on European roads. The project will support and coordinate the development of the necessary standards under the ITS standardisation mandate at ETSI and CEN. It will support the mutual validation and exploitation of programme results under the EU-US cooperation agreement by active participation in task forces and organisation of workshops. The project will push the finalisation and implementation of the European ITS Communications Architecture, taking up from the COMeSafety Support Action in FP6. The project will target international and especially intercontinental synergies of FOTs. The project will provide a platform to bring together all stakeholders to agree on technical solutions and will aim at roadmaps that will offer ways how to realize and implement research results in a developing real-world cooperative system environment. It will support the creation of the corresponding research agendas to address open technical issues, explore new fields and develop further innovations. It will promote technical advances, standards and agreements on cooperative systems to the stakeholders and a wider professional public, supporting the Intelligent Car Initiative and the eSafety Forum.

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Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Contact
Markus Straßberger (Dr.)
EU contribution
€ 420 882,00

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