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Orchestrated Connected Corridors

Using Connected Vehicles combined with advanced data collection and processing platforms at the network edge, and in the cloud, Orchestrated Connected Corridors provide real-time traffic management capabilities and insights that support a range of innovative safety and traffic mobility use cases. 

Orchestrated Connected Corridors also titled OCCs are the key to improved road safety and advanced traffic management. At Kapsch, we are helping develop a modern digital traffic infrastructure.

Download our newest paper on the Orchestrated Connected Corridor, its advantages, our success stories and the future of connected mobility here:

62,715 people died in road traffic accidents in the EU & US. Orchestrated Connected Corridors help to reduce congestion while improving mobility and safety for motorists and Vulnerable Road Users. Discover some of the key use cases of OCCs!

OCCs address challenges such as driver distraction, inattentiveness or a lack of awareness of dangers on the road. They improve safety by communicating with all stakeholders in the transportation ecosystem in real time to reduce accident risks.

 The following shows some of the key use cases:

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Signalized Intersections

  • Signal Phase and Timing Information
  • Emergency Vehicle Priority
  • Green Light Optimal Speed Advisory
  • Imminent Signal Violation Warning
  • Traffic Light Prioritisation

In-vehicle Signage

  • Dynamic Speed Limit Information
  • Embedded VMS “Free Text”
  • Dynamic Lane Management
  • Shock Wave Damping

Road Works Warning

  • Lane closure
  • Road Closure
  • Winter Maintenance
  • Road Works Mobile
  • Road Operator Vehicle in Intervention
  • Road Operator Vehicle Approaching

Hazardous Locations Notification

  • Accident Zone
  • Traffic Jam Ahead
  • Stationary vehicle
  • Weather Condition Warning
  • Temporarily slippery road
  • Animal or person or obstacle on the road
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Listen to our Podcast with CTO, Alfredo Escriba and Jiaqi Ma, Associate Professor at the Samueli School of Engineering as well as Director at the UCLA Mobility Lab.

Orchestrated Connected Corridors are based on a single platform suite that enables digital transformation for highway and urban environments. 

What Connected Vehicle Services does Kapsch provide?
  • RIS-9x60 V2X Roadside Platform

    Our portfolio includes ITS-G5, C-V2X and Dual-Mode RSU.Kapsch 5.9GHz V2X Roadside Platform RIS-9x60 provides short range, ultra low latency wireless communication between infrastructure and vehicles for ITS such as Traffic Management Center, Signal Controllers or Edge applications to enable full capabilities of cooperative connected vehicle systems. Our open interface and modular architecture enables a scalable and future proof RIS-9x60 platform.

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  • CBX-9x60 V2X Onboard Platform

    Our portfolio includes ITS-G5, C-V2X and Dual-Mode OBU. Kapsch 5.9GHz V2X Onboard Platform CBX-9x60 provides short range, ultra low latency wireless communication between vehicles and infrastructure for ITS applications to enable full capabilities of cooperative connected vehicle systems. Our open interface and modular architecture enables a scalable and future proof CBX-9x60 platform. 

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  • CMCC – Connected Mobility Control Center

    A cloud-based or on-prem software suite for managing and monitoring the Connected-Vehicle-Environment while enabling direct communication to connected road users. A user-friendly visualization of selected information to monitor real-time events and creating standardized cooperative ITS messages to enable fully interoperable intelligent transport systems. Allowing easy integration with additional solutions and 3rd party data provider via a dedicated Mobility-Data-Hub API. 

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  • vRSU – V2X virtual Roadside Platform

    A cloud-based or on-prem solution for enabling the hybrid cellular based communication for the CMCC to exchange information with hybrid C-ITS onboard units and smartphone application.

    Providing the capability of consuming and distributing information where no physical roadside units are available and therefore expanding the covering of cooperative ITS systems, while enabling secured and reliable message exchange using dedicated PKI/SCMS connectivity.

Have a look at some of our reference projects around the world

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Columbus, Ohio
Smart Columbus Connected Corridor project

The Connected Vehicle Environment (CVE) project, which started in 2016, aims to increase transportation mobility, safety, and efficiency for local residents in the city of Columbus in Ohio. The CVE integrates connected vehicles into the city’s transportation environment by installing in-vehicle and roadside technology, and by deploying CV applications that will enable enhanced safety and mobility features.

Read more about it here:

Smart Columbus Connected Corridor project
Germany
C-ITS  project with the German Autobahn GmbH

Kapsch TrafficCom (KTC) has signed a contract for a groundbreaking Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systema project with the German Autobahn GmbH of the Federal Government in October 2023.

Under the project, mobile barrier boards indicating limited-time work sites will be equipped with ITS Roadside Stations, which send warning messages directly to approaching vehicles. In addition to around 1,200 IRS, Kapsch TrafficCom is supplying the cloud-based CMCC (Connected Mobility Control Center) software that controls the IRS and can also act as an interface to other traffic management systems. 

Melbourne, Australia
AIMES Connected Corridor and Intelligent Intersection solutions 

Kapsch TrafficCom Australia has established a local Connected Corridor and Intelligent Intersection pilot within the Australian Integrated Mobility Ecosystem (AIMES), a 6km2 area of Melbourne, which is situated near Melbourne CBD and includes the University of Melbourne campus.

Read more about it here:

AIMES Connected Corridor and Intelligent Intersection
Austria
Austria highways nationwide OCC rollout

Kapsch TrafficCom is providing the required in-vehicle Onboard Units (OBUs) to facilitate real-time data exchange with Austria’s chosen roadside infrastructure. Data from Kapsch onboard units will feed into the traffic management systems in real-time to support a range of safety applications, and to provide relevant information to drivers in their vehicles in real time to reduce the risk of accidents. 

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Ireland
Network Intelligence and Management System (NIMS) 

Ireland’s national C-ITS pilot relates to the design, procurement, installation, testing, running and evaluation of C-ITS services on the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) and within certain sections of Dublin’s road network.

  • Smart Columbus Connected Corridor project

    The Connected Vehicle Environment (CVE) project, which started in 2016, aims to increase transportation mobility, safety, and efficiency for local residents in the city of Columbus in Ohio. The CVE integrates connected vehicles into the city’s transportation environment by installing in-vehicle and roadside technology, and by deploying CV applications that will enable enhanced safety and mobility features.

    Read more about it here:

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  • C-ITS  project with the German Autobahn GmbH

    Kapsch TrafficCom (KTC) has signed a contract for a groundbreaking Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systema project with the German Autobahn GmbH of the Federal Government in October 2023.

    Under the project, mobile barrier boards indicating limited-time work sites will be equipped with ITS Roadside Stations, which send warning messages directly to approaching vehicles. In addition to around 1,200 IRS, Kapsch TrafficCom is supplying the cloud-based CMCC (Connected Mobility Control Center) software that controls the IRS and can also act as an interface to other traffic management systems. 

  • AIMES Connected Corridor and Intelligent Intersection solutions 

    Kapsch TrafficCom Australia has established a local Connected Corridor and Intelligent Intersection pilot within the Australian Integrated Mobility Ecosystem (AIMES), a 6km2 area of Melbourne, which is situated near Melbourne CBD and includes the University of Melbourne campus.

    Read more about it here:

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  • Austria highways nationwide OCC rollout

    Kapsch TrafficCom is providing the required in-vehicle Onboard Units (OBUs) to facilitate real-time data exchange with Austria’s chosen roadside infrastructure. Data from Kapsch onboard units will feed into the traffic management systems in real-time to support a range of safety applications, and to provide relevant information to drivers in their vehicles in real time to reduce the risk of accidents. 

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  • Network Intelligence and Management System (NIMS) 

    Ireland’s national C-ITS pilot relates to the design, procurement, installation, testing, running and evaluation of C-ITS services on the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) and within certain sections of Dublin’s road network.

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