|Tested system/service: Cooperative Systems|
|Countries: The Netherlands||? test users|
|13 partners||? vehicles|
|Active from 07/2009 to 07/2011|
|Dr. ir. Geert Heijenk|
|University of Twente|
|Data catalogue||Tools catalogue|
|Data sets used in this FOT:
||The following tools|
were used in this FOT:
SPITS is a Dutch project, tasked with creating Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) concepts that can improve mobility and safety.
The SPITS project focuses on three main areas;
- Traffic management continues to be a relevant topic for all of our lives. Our roads are becoming more congested and there is an increasing need to find solutions to keep our roads moving, beyond continued spending in road expansions. Intelligent Traffic Systems have the potential to utilise the existing road network more effectively as well as increase its total throughput. Better information can also improve safety on the roads, for instance when approaching sharp corners or alerting to other road users on imminent danger ahead. The SPITS project is defining an open and scalable platform for future systems and exploring new techniques in cooperative driving and mobility, to contribute to a more efficient and sustainable mobility solution.
- In-vehicle solutions will ensure a connected link between the vehicle and the outside world. As the in-car telematics market moves forward, we see these traffic management devices being a logical extension to the in-car infotainment system. In the SPITS project, we examine an open and upgradeable in-vehicle platform on which these systems could be deployed, to ensure the latest products can always be deployed over the lifetime of the vehicle. The pace of modern innovation means that several technology generations are released during the normal lifetime of a vehicle, so an upgradeable approach is essential to keeping in-vehicle traffic systems relevant.
- Service download and management solution. Traffic management systems and up-to-date traffic information is become more available. SPITS is exploring concepts to create a service download and management solution for in-vehicle services that will cover consumer, fleet and traffic applications. In addition to hardware upgradeability, the services that are run on these systems will also evolve, as will the information they use. Adopting a simplified and open approach to services ensures that innovation and speed can be increased, allowing exciting new services to be developed for the future of traffic management and driver safety.
SPITS is funded by the 13 partners and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs.
- 1 Details of Field Operational Test
- 2 Financing
- 3 Cooperation partners and contact persons
- 4 Applications and equipment
- 5 Methodology
- 6 Sources of information
Details of Field Operational Test
Start date and duration of FOT execution
The SPITS project’s objective is to realise an open, scalable, real-time, distributed, secure, sustainable and affordable platform for cooperative ITS applications, evolving from existing infotainment systems.
Summary, type of funding and budget
Project budget: 62.8 M-€ / 23.9 M-€ funding
Number of person/years: 415 fte
Project budget CTIT: 483 k-€ / 241 k-€ funding
Number of person/years CTIT: 3.2 fte
Cooperation partners and contact persons
13 partners: NXP, Catena, TomTom, GreenCat, Logica, Nspyre, Fourtress, TU Eindhoven, TU Delft, University of Twente, University of Leiden, TNO, Peek Traffic
Applications and equipment
Equipment carried by test users
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
|Company||University of Twente +|
|Contact||Dr. ir. Geert Heijenk +|
|Country||The Netherlands +|
|Ended||July 2011 +|
|Is type of||R&D +|
|Number of partners||13 +|
|Started||July 2009 +|
|Tested system or service||Cooperative Systems +|
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