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Welcome to Compass4D!

The EU-funded Compass4D project has officially ended in December 2015. However, the Compass4D consortium and its associated partners have decided to continue operating the C-ITS services, without EU co-funding, in the seven pilot sites for at least one year.

For more information, visit the Continuation page or contact the coordinator.

What do the seven European cities Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Helmond, Newcastle, Thessaloniki, Verona and Vigo have in common?

They are all advanced in terms of cooperative systems deployment and they are all willing to further invest in road safety, energy efficiency and congestion reducing measures. This is what Compass4D is about!
Overall, during the three years, Compass4D has installed equipment and implemented cooperative services on almost 300 roadside units and traffic lights and on more than 600 vehicles, with over 1200 drivers involved in the pilot tests in order to prove the concrete benefits of cooperative systems for citizens. The results of these pilot operations proved the benefits of such services towards safer and cleaner road transport in urban areas.

Compass4D held its final event and demo at the 22nd ITS World Congress in Bordeaux France. 

Compass4D C-ITS coverage map

 
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