Liaison

Inframix cooperates with several European projects and initiatives, participates in important Working Groups and events, co-organises special sessions in conferences and promotes joint dissemination activities.
Here a list of complementary European projects and initiatives. Have an overview on European connected and automated mobility!

The CAD initiative supports the development of clearer and more consistent policies on connected and automated driving in EU Member States.

CAD captures the expectations and concerns of users, public authorities and providers of technology, infrastructure or mobility services. We foster public-private collaboration and we support the alignment of national action plans, European and international activities in the field of automated driving, towards development and deployment of ART.

CoEXist is a European project  which aims at preparing the transition phase during which automated and conventional vehicles will co-exist on cities’ roads.

The mission of CoEXist is to systematically increase the capacity of road authorities and other urban mobility stakeholders to get ready for the transition towards a shared road network with an increasing number of automated vehicles, using the same road network as conventional vehicles.

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The EU ITS Platform (EU EIP) is the place where National Ministries, Road Authorities, Road Operators and partners from the private and public sectors of almost all EU Member States and neighboring countries, cooperate in order to foster, accelerate and optimize current and future ITS deployments in Europe in a harmonized way. In order to foster cooperation and the necessary consensus between EU Member States, the EU ITS Platform will facilitate the establishment of a commonly understood state of the art and promoting the actual take-up of EU specifications, guidelines, best practices and/or methodologies.

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The HEADSTART (Harmonised European Solutions for Testing Automated Road Transport) aims to define testing and validation procedures of Connected and Automated Driving functions including key technologies such as communications, cyber-security and positioning. The tests will be in both simulation and real-world fields to validate safety and security performance according to the key users’ needs.

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ICT4CART aims to bring together, adapt and improve technological advances from the telecommunication, automotive and IT industries to provide the ICT infrastructure to enable the transition towards road transport automation.

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The CAD initiative supports the development of clearer and more consistent policies on connected and automated driving in EU Member States.

CAD captures the expectations and concerns of users, public authorities and providers of technology, infrastructure or mobility services. We foster public-private collaboration and we support the alignment of national action plans, European and international activities in the field of automated driving, towards development and deployment of ART.

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MEDIATOR will develop a mediating system for drivers in semi-automated and highly automated vehicles, resulting in safe, real-time switching between the human driver and automated system based on who is fittest to drive. MEDIATOR will optimise the safety potential of vehicle automation during the transition to full (level 5) automation. It will reduce risks, such as those caused by driver fatigue or inattention, or on the automation side imperfect automated driving technology.

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TransAID develops and demonstrates traffic management procedures and protocols to enable smooth coexistence of automated, connected and conventional vehicles, especially in transition-of-control areaTransAID develops and demonstrates traffic management procedures and protocols to enable smooth coexistence of automated, connected and conventional vehicles, especially in transition-of-control areas.