PDI connectivity and cooperation enablers building trust and sustainability for CCAM
Physical and digital infrastructure (PDI) is key to improving cooperative, connected and automated mobility services. Physical elements of infrastructure include road side traffic signs, communication network components and vehicles, while digital components involve traffic rules and regulations, as well as input from roadside, vehicle and user sensors. The EU-funded PoDIUM project aims to identify and assess the connectivity and cooperation enablers to achieve higher levels of automation. Use of a multi-connectivity approach and a distributed, interoperable, hybrid data management environment will advance important PDI technologies. PoDIUM's final outcome will be a reference architecture that can be applied to various road environments and infrastructure equipment.
Coordinated by ICCS (Institute of Communication & Computer Systems), the PoDIUM consortium comprises 24 partners from 8 European countries. The project runs from 1 October 2022 to 30 September 2025 and has a budget of €12.2M. Vicomtech is leading Work Package 5 (WP5): "Use Cases evaluation and demonstration". The objective of WP5 is to prepare, organiseand coordinate the PoDIUM evaluations and demos in order to ensure the collection of consistent and useful data.
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