O2 “eSafety” – status report. Risto Kulmala Leiden 2 February 2007. Contents . Implementation Road Maps WG workshop CEDR eSafety Strategy Endorsed by GB Flyer prepared EB workshop 9 February Ca 20 participants eSafety status.
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Leiden 2 February 2007
To achieve this vision, CEDR will apply the following Strategy:
- contribute to a common communication layer/protocol for vehicles and roadside, enabling all kind of data communication between vehicles, and vehicles and infrastructure thereby extending the services that can be delivered;
- realise interaction between all stakeholders, who will invest in their specific domain regarding the successful development and deployment of eSafety systems; NRAs will deliver and support services of public and road user interest;
- realise a coordinated model and operation charter, clustering all relevant stakeholders. This operation includes the definition of roles and responsibilities, an adequate organisation, a suitable legal framework and appropriate business models. Technology provided by industry will be standardised.
- the sharing of the CEDR strategy with all NRA’s as well as other public and private stakeholders;
- active participation in the eSafety Forum’s activities on all levels, establishing an efficient information exchange and decision-preparation platform for eSafety related activities within CEDR in close co-operation with individual NRA’s
- promoting the NRA interests in the standardization process