Welcome to DATEX II
DATEX II will be present at the ITS European Congress 2019 which will take place on the 3rd-6th of June 2019 in Brainport, the Netherlands! Bard de Vries, our TMG chair, will present DATEX II in the session "Information chain protocols and standards" on the 5th of June from 14.30h - 15.30h.
D2Light has received an update! The upgrade consists of added live traffic information, an even simpler model based on user feedback and a new version of the app. Take a look at the D2Light page on our Academy for more details.
The 2018 DATEX II Forum concluded with the Declaration of Utrecht: a non-binding guidance document for the future of DATEX II. The DATEX II Steering Group (SG) has since adopted the declaration and has taken into account its content in writing the work plan for 2019-2020. The SG now explains how the DATEX II organization will incorporate the feedback received from the community in the document "DATEX II Forum 2018 and beyond".
We are looking forward to attending the ASECAP Days conference on the 29th-31st of May 2019 in Messinia, Greece!
DATEX II will be present at the session "Common Interest in C-ITS Policies and Strategies" on Friday the 31st of May from 11.00h - 12.30h.
We will talk about DATEX II starting from the point of view of a Road Operator involved in Traffic Management to extend the vision to further ITS service domains like CCAM, logistics, inter-modality and inter-urban/urban mobility.
Last week we participated in the CEDR-CAD Group workshops about the data requirements for the automated driving use cases that will come to us. We presented the progress of DATEX II in this group, explaining the positioning of DATEX II in the ITS Value Chain, version 3.0, the methodology and the DATEX II Academy!
Have a look at the PDF file linked below for further information.
Around 300 experts from 21 different countries met on 14/15 November 2018 to exchange views on 'Traffic Management in a changing world' during the ITS Forum 2018. This Forum was organised by the European ITS Platform and the ITS Corridor projects and was hosted by Rijkswaterstaat in the LEF Future Centre in Utrecht (The Netherlands).