CVIS French Test Site

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CVIS French Test Site
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General information
Type: Field operational test
Tested system/service: Test site, Cooperative Systems
Countries: France  ? test users
7 partners  ? vehicles
Active from 2010 to 2010
Contact
http://www.cvisproject.org
Jacques Ehrlich
jacques.ehrlich@lcpc.fr
LCPC
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CVIS aims to design, develop and test new technologies needed to allow vehicles to communicate with each other and with the nearby roadside infrastructure. CVIS will increase road safety and efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of road transport.

"CVIS French Test Site" is not a large scale testing programme and cannot be considered as a FOT. But results of the programme are relevant to the FOT-net objectives and can provide valuable inputs to the FOT-net conclusions. CVIS partners’ expertise justifies integrating them among the community of FOT-net stakeholders.

A European FP6 IP project

Details of Field Operational Test

Start date and duration of FOT execution

Geographical Coverage

  • Lyon area: tunnel access control, speed limit
  • A7 highway: resting area monitoring and booking
  • LIVIC track (Satory Versailles): detection and management of wrong way driving, speed limit, trafic

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SAFESPOT, COOPERS

Objectives

The CVIS objectives are:

  • to create a unified technical solution allowing all vehicles and infrastructure elements to communicate with each other in a continuous and transparent way using a variety of media and with enhanced localisation;
  • to enable a wide range of potential cooperative services to run on an open application framework in the vehicle and roadside equipment;
  • to define and validate an open architecture and system concept for a number of cooperative system applications, and develop common core components to support cooperation models in real-life applications and services for drivers, operators, industry and other key stakeholders;
  • to address issues such as user acceptance, data privacy and security, system openness and interoperability, risk and liability, public policy needs, cost/benefit and business models, and roll-out plans for implementation.

The objectives of the CVIS French Test Site are:

  • to demonstrate in both urban and motorway environments Freight & Fleet applications that will improve safety and efficiency
  • combine cars and truck demonstrations in both urban and interurban environments for Enhanced Driver Awareness applications (EDA)

Results

Lessons learned

Main events

Financing

Summary, type of funding and budget

Total CVIS budget of over €41 million

Cooperation partners and contact persons

The CVIS French Test Site will combine vehicle suppliers/in-vehicle system suppliers (Volvo), map suppliers (NAVTEQ), road operators (ASF), Research institutes (LCPC), traffic equipment suppliers (LACROIX-Traffic, CNRS/UTC) and public authorities (Communauté Urbaine de Lyon).

  • Dominique GRUYER (LIVIC)
  • Steve PECHBERTI (LIVIC)
  • Guillaume VERNET (Volvo Technology)

Main Contact person

Jacques EHRLICH, Francis DUPIN (LCPC)

Loïc DUVIQUET (Volvo Technology)

Applications and equipment

Applications tested

The general objectives are to:

  • demonstrate in both urban and motorway environments Freight & Fleet applications that will improve safety and efficiency
  • combine cars and truck demonstrations in both urban and interurban environments for Enhanced Driver Awareness applications

The French test site is focusing on testing the specifications that have been developed by the technology and application CVIS sub-projects. The French test site will focus on the validation of:

  • Enhanced Driver Awareness (EDA)
  • Booking and Monitoring of Parking Zones
  • Vehicle Access Control for Sensitive Zones

Vehicle

  • 2 or 3 vehicles LIVIC, LCPC
  • truck VOLVO

Equipment carried by test users

Infrastructure

Test equipment

Methodology

Pre-simulation / Piloting of the FOT

Method for the baseline

Techniques for measurement and data collection

Recruitment goals and methods

Methods for the liaison with the drivers during the FOT execution

Methods for data analysis, evaluation, synthesis and conclusions

Sources of information

http://www.cvisproject.org

Facts about "CVIS French Test Site"
CompanyLCPC +
ContactJacques Ehrlich +
CountryFrance +
Ended2010 +
Is type ofField operational test +
NameCVIS French Test Site +
Number of partners7 +
Started2010 +
Tested system or serviceTest site + and Cooperative Systems +
Websitehttp://www.cvisproject.org +
Email
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jacques.ehrlich@lcpc.fr +