The CONCORDA Hybrid Communication Task Force has created and approved the first “IP-based Hybrid Communication Profiles”, as baseline for discussions with C-Roads on Hybrid Communication solutions for European C-ITS.
The main objective of CONCORDA project is to perform and promote, directly and indirectly, international standardisation, and contribute to the establishment of a global information infrastructure.
The project is working to ensure seamless integration and interoperability of long-range and short-range communication technologies.
CONCORDA will not limit the scope to the radio link of cellular communication technology, but broaden the view in the sense of “information exchange” and “Eco-systems” (as discussed in CODECS: CODECS Deliverable T4.2.1 Workshop ITS Hybrid Communication), to achieve an end-to-end solution centered around the goals of European C-ITS.
CONCORDA (CONnected CORridor for Driving Automation) is a 20MEuro CEF project (Connecting Europe Facility for the transport domain), with the aim to demonstrate vehicular platoon, with a lead vehicle and more highly automated or driverless following vehicles, across testing sites in five countries (Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain).