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The scope of the deployment was the complex traffic information and traffic management system for central overview of traffic situation on the road network within the Czech Republic region. NDIC system conducts the collection, processing, authorization and provision of verified traffic information about the Czech Republic traffic situation. The NDIC system works with data and information from various ITS and telematics systems such as FCD, loops, cameras, radars and sensors.
In PPA Zuidoost (southeast) the emphasis is on strengthening and improving individual recommendations (in-car) by using information that can be acquired and processed with roadside systems (developed in PPA and elsewhere). At the same time, the existing traffic control scenarios are used more dynamically and efficiently by using the in-car data. The biggest challenge here lies in the events traffic in Amsterdam Southeast, in relation to other target groups in this area. PPA Zuidoost thus tests mainly the added value of roadside/in-car integration for in-car services. PPA Zuidoost can also contribute to a transition from less roadside and more in-car.
The scale of the pilot was small compared to the planned activities within current C-Roads project (testing of slow vehicle warning and emergency vehicle approaching use cases on a short stretch of the D0 motorway – Prague By-pass), yet successful, and the project team gained valuable experience and know-how of the real C-ITS operation. BaSIC was a project to prove that C-ITS technologies work in the Czech Republic and have to clarify national theoretical knowledge in the field.
The Road User Behaviour Analysis (RUBA) project is a watch-dog tool for computer-based analysis of traffic videos. The program can be used on Windows, MacOS, and Linux computers.
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Private sector parties, public sector and knowledge institutions jointly developed a shockwave traffic jam service based on innovative Talking Traffic techniques on the A58 between Tilburg and Eindhoven. This shockwave traffic jam service consists of a smartphone app where a large group (1000+) of participating motorists are given personal in-car advice about the ideal driving behaviour and ideal driving speed to prevent shockwave traffic jams.
Smartic is modular platform that covers data aquisition and processing (traffic situation and volume, calculation if travel time, continuous traffic load maps), traffic monitoring, adaptive traffic management using defined management scenarios, traffic information dissemination (web-based and mobile application, TMC, V2I) and analytical information for traffic engineers.
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