Developments

DATEX II supports METR

As a result of the concatenation of several comments for several parts, it was recognized and decided to create a new DATEX II activity, called DATEX II METR (management of electronic transport regulations). This Activity will enhance the support by DATEX II  of exchanging very detailed information stemming from electronic transport regulations, required for (a.o.) CCAM developments (e.g. measure setting where roadworks are underway with different measures per lane, and quickly succeeding each other in the length of the road). The need for METR development was originally identified in WG17 "Urban ITS" of CEN TC278. In WG17 meanwhile a work item "Electronic management of regulations and policies - Part 1: Basic concepts and architectures (METR)" was approved. The DATEX II organization will take care of the modeling of the necessary data.

 

DATEX II supports Electro mobility and Areas with Access Regulation (CLARS)

In cooperation with the SGEMs community, a DATEX II publication was created to publish information about Energy infrastructure. A specific profile for the Electro charging infrastructure is derived from this model. In parallel, a publication will be developed to provide the actual (availability) status of the energy stations.

In cooperation with the CLARS community, a DATEX II publication was developed to publish information about access restrictions for traffic/specific vehicles in defined areas and roads. Requirements stemming from this activity were included in DATEX II Version 3 as far as possible. 

 

Joint working group with TISA and the Amsterdam Group in the field of mapping SRTI

First discussions have started to form the group. The scope of the work is determined and early 2018 the working group will start working on the next versions of the mappings of SRTI information on the different standards.

Based on the outcomes of the DATEX II Stakeholder Advisory Borad (STAB), the joint working group will extend its activities to create harmonized profiles for each relevant standard and mapping for day one use cases of C-ITS in order to have interoperable hybrid profiles.