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General information
Type: Field operational test
Tested system/service: Test site
Countries: The Netherlands ? test users
21 partners ? vehicles
Active from 2012 to ?
ditcm 4 okt.pdf
Joëlle van den Broek, TNO
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DITCM is the Dutch Integrated Testsite Cooperative Mobility. It is an initiative to share facilities and knowledge in a coordinated manner between stakeholders from industry, knowlegde institutes and government regarding Field Operational Tests for cooperative mobility. The anticipated launch of DITCM will be early 2012.

Details of Field Operational Test

Start date and duration of FOT execution

Geographical Coverage

Link with other related Field Operational Tests


DITCM partnership

  • DITCM Partners believe in cooperative technology as a strong and efficient solution for mobility problems and that this kind of technology will become very fast.
  • DITCM Partners believes that in the Netherlands we have a strong position and they have the ambition to be number 1 in Europe regarding development and testing of cooperative products and services.
  • For excellent and efficient development, collaboration is needed: shared facilities and shared roadmap.


  • … over system boundaries: in-car, roadside units, back-offices
  • … over the development chain
  • … in the tripe helix: industry, knowledge, government

DITCM is about

  • … collaboration on cooperative mobility
  • … acceleration of new mobility concepts
  • … solving mobility problems:
    • Better use of existing infrastructure
    • Improving traffic flow
    • Increasing road safety
    • Improving air quality
    • Upgrading comfort


Lessons learned

Main events


Summary, type of funding and budget

Cooperation partners and contact persons

Partners in DITCM are TNO, Rijkswaterstaat, TomTom, Fontys, TU Eindhoven, TU Delft, NHTV, Vialis, Logica, NXP, DAF, Navteq, IBM, PEEK Traffic, SRE, Brainport Development, Gemeente Helmond, Provincie Noord-Brabant, HTAS, BBZOB, Hightech Automotive Campus.

Applications and equipment

Applications tested


Equipment carried by test users


Test equipment


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

Presentation DITCM