ECoMove

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ECoMove
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General information
Type: Field operational test
Tested system/service: Cooperative Systems
Countries: Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, France  ? test users
32 partners 8 vehicles
Active from 04/2010 to 01/2014
Contact
http://www.ecomove-project.eu
Jean-Charles Pandazis
ecomove@mail.ertico.com
ERTICO
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eCoMove vision is that there is a least fuel consumption achievable through tackling the three main causes of energy waste in road transport: uninformed trip planning & route choice, inappropriate driving performance and inefficient traffic management. The innovation resides in the cooperative information exchange between vehicles and roadside, which improves the preview of the traffic situation ahead to determine the most energy-efficient route, driving behaviour or traffic control & balancing strategy. The combination of such cooperative technologies and services has the potential to deliver a 20% reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

eCoMove is an EC co-funded Integrated Project under the 7th RTD Framework Programme, Information Society and Media Directorate-General (FP7-ICT-2009-4)– grant agreement n°247978.

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Geographical Coverage

Test sites in Munich, Torino, Helmond, French motorways and Motorway A9 Badhoevedorp

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Objectives

The eCoMove project targets three main causes of avoidable energy use by road transport to bring fuel wastage to a minimum:

  • uninformed trip planning & route choice
  • unecological driving performance
  • inefficient traffic management & control

Results

Lessons learned

Main events

  • ITS World Congress Vienna, 22-26 October 2012
  • Final event 2013 (exact date to be confirmed)

Financing

Summary, type of funding and budget

Overall

Total budget: €22.6 million

Public

EC contribution: €13.7 million

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Facts about "ECoMove"
CompanyERTICO +
ContactJean-Charles Pandazis +
CountryGermany +, Italy +, The Netherlands + and France +
EndedJanuary 2014 +
Is type ofField operational test +
NameECoMove +
Number of partners32 +
Number of vehicles8 +
StartedApril 2010 +
Tested system or serviceCooperative Systems +
Websitehttp://www.ecomove-project.eu +
Email
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ecomove@mail.ertico.com +