2006 - 2010
CVIS (Cooperative Vehicle-infrastructure System) was a project aimed 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. This enabled a wide range of potential cooperative services to run on an open application framework in the vehicle and roadside equipment.
The objectives of CVIS were to:
- Create a wireless network between and amongst vehicles and infrastructure
- Create an open platform for V2V and V2I cooperative services
- Increase road efficiency and safety through vehicle-infrastructure cooperation.
Key deliverable: Final Report: Project Summary
The project was funded by the European European 6th RTD Framework Programme. It ran from February 2006 until June 2010.
For more information about the project, visit CVIS' TRIMIS page or CORDIS page.