ITS Action Plan proposes follow-up measures for further ITS development in the Czech Republic. Specifically, these include obtaining and ensuring the transfer and quality of source data, storing data, assessment and processing and subsequent forwarding of the information to users or business entities. Other measures relate to traffic control, process of passenger or goods carriage and provision of related services. Final measures focus on compliance with road traffic rules and systemic and cross-section measures and are divided into technical, organizational and R&D categories. For the purpose of imple¬menting technical and R&D measures, investment activities are expected; as for the organizational aspects
Pursuant to Article 17(1) of the Directive 2010/40/EU , the Member States had to submit to the Commission by 27 August 2011 a report on their national activities and projects regarding the priority areas referred to in Article 2 of and in Annex I to the Directive 2010/40/EU.
Some systems ZTL of Rome have been integrated with on-board equipment for the communication vehicle to infrastructure of type DSRC (dedicated short range communication)
Italy has transposed the ITS Directive (Dir. 2010/40/CE) through Article 8 of the Law-Decree n. 179/2012. Complying to that article, this Decree sets the basic guidelines to ensure the design, deployment and development of ITS in Italy, in a way which is coordinated, integrated and consistent with policies and activities at EU level. These guidelines are the methodological and operational basis for the subsequent definition of a national Action Plan on the development of ITS
Intertraffic Amsterdam is the platform of choice for professionals from around the world to meet. It is a biennial must attend event to stay up to speed on the developments in the fields of infrastructure, safety, parking, smart mobility and traffic management, with some 800 exhibiting companies from 47 countries and a 30,000+ visitor attendance from 134 countries worldwide.
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America, the 14th economy in the world. GoldmanSachs predicts that Mexico’s economy will be the 8th in the world by 2050. To fulfill this ambition there has to be an upgrade in the transport infrastructure, something the Mexican government understands and is committed to. The current infrastructure plan of the Mexican government (2013-2018) consists of 149 projects with an investment of 30+ billion USD. Also Smart Mobility in Mexico will experience significant growth in the coming years.
In October 2016, the Transport Systems Catapult was responsible for putting a self-driving vehicle on UK public streets for the first time. The demonstration of a UK developed autonomous driving system marked the conclusion of the LUTZ Pathfinder Project, which began developing autonomous technology in 2014.
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