NordicWay is an EU C-ITS pilot project that enables vehicles, infrastructure and network operators to communicate safety hazards and other information from roads in the Nordic countries between different stakeholders. Recently Monotch joined this very interesting C-ITS program.

The first CONCORDA Test week took place from the 2nd to 6th of September 2019 in the Metropolitan Region of Amsterdam. The local project’s partners – FCA-CRF, NXP and The Amsterdam Practical Trial -, tested the information exchange between test cars and road infrastructure, in order to support the self-driving task of cars.

More and more the mobility ecosystem is about data. With obvious advantages for the users but it also comes with pressing questions about security and privacy. Unauthorized access is certainly to be prevented: we wouldn't want to see hacked smart traffic lights leading to chaos. And what about privacy of the exchanged data between cars and traffic lights.