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Enhanced data processing techniques for dynamic management of multimodal traffic: TANGENT (September 2021 - August 2024) is improving knowledge on multimodal transport flows and innovative mobility solutions in cities. The project is developing new tools for optimising traffic operations in a coordinated way, considering both automated and non-automated vehicles, passengers and freight transport. TANGENT solutions will help pilot cities achieve reductions in travel times, CO2 emissions and accidents, and increase uptake of public transport and active modes.

PDI connectivity and cooperation enablers building trust and sustainability for CCAM: PoDIUM (October 2022 - September 2025) defines automated road transport use case scenarios for developing a set of key physical and digital infrastructure (PDI) technologies. Standardised C-ITS messages will be integrated to support advanced functionalities, while new designs of Road Side Units and On Board Units will allow advanced environmental modelling and digital twins based on locally generated data. Overall, this will help achieve higher levels of automation

Labs for prototyping future Mobility Data sharing cloud solutions: MobiDataLab (February 2021 January 2024) aims to foster the sharing of data amongst transport stakeholders. It develops both a knowledge base and a cloud solution aimed at improving the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability of mobility data. These assets will help entities bound by ITS Directive-based Commission Regulations to meet their obligations on data sharing, such as data accuracy and neutrality obligations.

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