New and Ongoing Task Forces

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Task Force Proposal Objectives

  • Suggest elements facilitating contractual agreement and schemes facilitating win-win cooperation and development of Business Models for the relevant stakeholders.
  • Define why TMCs would exchange TMPs with Service Providers (different levels of cooperation: mandatory forwarding of TMPs to optional forwarding of TMPs) and related Business Models
  • Define practical steps for cooperation with German pilot project Lena4ITS, URSA Major 2, NAVIGAR.
  • Contribute with guidelines and recommendations

Work Plan

  • Discuss expectations, objectives, obstacles and enablers of cooperation between stakeholders
  • Work on contractual agreements and schemes for TM 2.0 by identifying potential use cases and levels of cooperation
  • Expected report mid-2017

Task Force Proposal Objectives

  • Speed up the development of innovative solutions for advanced active traffic management by linking to intermodal and syncromodal interfaces.
  • Link with relevant initiatives and projects (DTLF, CO-GISTICS, URSA MAJOR, INTERCOR)
  • Link with MG 4.1 proposal .
  • Proceed to Project

Work Plan

  • Identify relevant use cases
  • Survey needs for “digital infrastructure” and intelligent cargo
  • Analyse needs for new interfaces and communication technologies
  • Expected report end of 2017

Task Force Proposal Objectives

  • Further develop the concept of TMP exchange by analyzing the ‘why’ in the exchange of ‘’TMP’’ (focus on the message/text provided as ‘suggestion’ (and justification) in rerouting & explore if this exists already in TPEG or TPEG extensions are needed).
  • Explore further synergies with TISA on text provided to the user
  • Cooperation of public authorities and TM alignment among them
  • Explore synergies with Datex II
  • Expected report June of 2017

Task Force Proposal Objectives

The main aim of TM2.0 is to enable vehicle interaction with traffic management. A lot of research effort is focusing on automation in road transport, which is expected to benefit also from the evolution of Cooperative ITS and the exchange of data among all entities. Road Automation is an important development that is expected to affect not only the vehicle but also the infrastructure and thus the TM, so it has to be considered in view of the long term evolution in TM. In addition it can be considered as an enabler of the evolution of TMCs. So, the planning of integrating and facilitating Road Automation is being considered in every aspect of the Platform’s work. The TF on Road Automation safeguards that the evolution of TM is taking Road Automation into account.

Based on the outcomes of the previous two phases, in phase III this Task Force will undertake the following:

  • Study the requirements and measures the Traffic Managers may possibly pose on automated vehicles.
  • Survey how the current and future digital infrastructure and Traffic Management can support automated vehicles.
  • Examine and start working towards a classification of infrastructure in relation with the requirements of automation in cooperation with the newly funded H2020 project, INFRAMIX.