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Workshop on Architectures for Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems

Hotel Hvide Hus, Aalborg, Denmark

21 June 2007


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Organised on the day following the Aalborg European ITS Congress, this open and informal event will address the issues surrounding architectures for cooperative vehicle-infrastructure systems and services. The programme includes presentation of the architectures developed in the CVIS project for vehicle-vehicle and vehicle-infrastructure communication and networking, as well as for a selection of urban, inter-urban and freight/fleet cooperative applications. It will also feature interactive sessions focusing on architecture-related issues for future deployment. The aim is to present and validate the various CVIS architecture views before the project enters its development and test phase.




The workshop is open to both CVIS project partners and to the ITS community in general. This is your chance to learn about the latest developments in Europe’s largest cooperative systems project, which brings together over 60 leading organisations to build the foundations for a future where vehicles and infrastructure will communicate – and enable an exciting world of new applications and services.


The final outcome of the workshop should be a better understanding of and agreement on the different elements that need to interface and interact seamlessly, in order that cooperative systems can work together to bring benefits to all users and stakeholders.



As this workshop will take place the day before midsummer’s day, a special social event will be organised on Wednesday evening 20 June. Workshop participants are also warmly invited to join in!


Interested? Click HERE to find out all the practical details and register for this event.


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