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.