DATEX II SIGNED A SRTI Collaboration Agreement with five other organisations

DATEX II sign SRTI agreement with TISA, NAPCORE, Car2Car, Data for Road Safety and C-Roads

Six European and International organisations in the mobility domain team up to further strengthen cooperation
on the standardised delivery of safety-related traffic information in Europe.


    • The new agreement between TISA, DATEX II, CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, Data for Road Safety ecosystem, NAPCORE and C-Roads will lead to improved harmonisation of Message Sets for Safety Related Traffic Information (SRTI), addressing the Delegated Regulation 886/2013 and paving the way for increased safety on European roads.

    • The agreement ensures the continuation of an activity initially launched in 2013 between TISA and DATEX II, which has successfully expanded to include cooperation with NAPCORE, CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, Data for Road Safety ecosystem and C-Roads.

    • The document provides recommendations on how to properly apply the standards mentioned below for providing data and services on the eight SRTI event categories, as defined by the Delegated Regulation 886/2013, through as many delivery channels as possible

Utrecht, 04.04.2024 – DATEX II has entered into a collaboration agreement with NAPCORE, Traveller Information Services Association (TISA), CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, Data for Road Safety ecosystem and C-Roads.
An initial agreement from 2013 resulted in the first proposal for harmonised message sets in TPEG2 (ISO IS/TS 21219), TMC (ISO EN 14819-2) and DATEX II (CET/TS 16157) format, responding to the EU Delegated Regulation 886/2013 (Priority Action c of the European ITS Directive 2020/40/EU). Over the years, as more technologies and standardised delivery channels can distribute SRTI content to users, more organisations have joined the work. This includes the CAR 2 CAR Communication Consortium, providing message sets in the DENM (ETSI EN 302 637-3) format, as well as Data for Road Safety ecosystem, supporting SRTI data sharing from vehicles and mobile apps in Europe. The recent additions of NAPCORE and C-Roads further strengthens and expands the collaboration.
The new collaboration agreement establishes a governance structure to ensure efficient partnership between the undersigning entities with the goal to ensure:


    • continuous work progress on the recommendations for interoperability and harmonization between standards;

    • confirm commitment of the participating organisations towards shared goals;

    • provide regular publication of work updates of the different organisations.

Read the full press release here

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