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NordicWay2

NW2logo.pngThe Nordic countries Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are committed to further develop their C-ITS cooperation that started with the NordicWay project through extended joint pilot activities within the NordicWay2 project.

The project is a collaboration between public and private partners in the four countries and is co-financed by the European Union within the Connecting Europe Facility programme 2017-2020.

  • NordicWay2 services aim to enhance traffic safety and fluency as well as environmental benefits by reducing CO2 emissions
  • NordicWay2 focuses on solutions and services that are suitable for Nordic conditions, e.g. how roads, cellular coverage and traffic problems look like in the Nordic countries
  • Services and choice of technical solutions aim at covering the whole Nordic network and have a potential to reach high penetration without further infrastructure investments
  • NordicWay2 will demonstrate and highlight future services and challenges connected to vehicles with higher SAE levels
  • NordicWay2 will continue to explore the use of existing mobile communication for C-ITS services. E.g. the feasibility of Day 1 and Day 1,5 services on rural routes with poor cellular connectivity.
  • The interoperability of several C-ITS services will be tested throughout the NordicWay2 network
  • NordicWay2 will contribute to European CCAM harmonisation through C-ROADS
  • NordicWay2 will map and assess the infrastructure readiness for connected and automated driving on major freight routes
  • NordicWay2 aims to scale up existing C-ITS services by supporting cloud to cloud hybrid communication

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For more information please contact:

Erik Olsen
Norwegian Public Roads Administration
e-mail: erik_olsen@vegvesen.no

Created
07-03-2018.
Last modified
07-03-2018.
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