The closing days of C-The Difference experiment with Helmond & Bordeaux Métropole took place on June 5 and 6. The workshop brought together representatives of cities, road operators and urban actors. Qucit attended these two days of exchanges around the Cooperative-Intelligent Transport System (C-ITS).
The first day was dedicated to the final seminar of the European C-The Difference project. This experiment is being conducted by Bordeaux Métropole, the city of Helmond in the Netherlands & Neo-GLS with the support of the European Commission, IFSTTAR and CEREMA. This consortium provides a service to inform motorists about traffic conditions. C-The Difference runs in the background on mapping and traffic applications like Google Maps or Waze. Its main objective is to fluidify car traffic while reinforcing user safety and limiting the impact on the environment. Qucit’s park and ride predictions have been integrated into the application.
The next day, the discussions were extended to all C-ITS actors. These exchanges allowed to evoke the various benefits brought by the solutions in cities like Copenhagen, Ostrava or Bordeaux but also the means to deploy these solutions on a European scale.
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