NordicWay was a project created to test and demonstrate the interoperability of cellular C-ITS (cooperative ITS) services both for passenger and freight traffic, piloting continuous services offering a similar user experience in the whole NordicWay network in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
NordicWay was a real-life deployment pilot, aiming to facilitate a wider deployment in the Nordic countries. The project followed the policy guidance of the European Commission, and was supported via the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme managed by INEA.
2:55 min. presentation of the NordicWay project.
6:35 min. presentation of the NordicWay demonstrations.
2:49 min. presentation of the NordicWay demonstrations.
1:31 min. spot presentation of NordicWay.
During the project, cars have utilized cellular networks to share specific and low latency traffic safety information regarding e.g. obstacles on the road, weather conditions, slippery surfaces and accidents. Voluntary drivers of 1800 vehicles were connected and shared information with other vehicles on the road and the surrounding infrastructure in a C-ITS network through the Interchange Node developed during the project.
The project goal was to pilot and facilitate specific C-ITS functionalities through a common architecture. The deliveries of the project have laid the foundation for automated cloud communication via cellular networks with data generated by vehicle on-board sensors and the surrounding infrastructure. Communication has been established between vehicles, smart devices on the road, service providers, road administrators as well as other public administrations.
Short presentation of NordicWay (C-ITS platform, September 2016)
It Is Going To Be Cloudy Out There! (September 2016)
Cooperative Systems - Stakeholder Contribution and Cooperation (ITS World Melbourne, October 2016)
A2 - Interoperability Achievements
B1 - C-ITS Service highlights - Hazardous location warnings
B2 - Swedish Road-works Warning Pilot
B3 - Cross-border Demonstrations
B4 - Adverse Weather Warnings
C1 - Cellular C-ITS Corridor Technical Performance
C2 - Impacts and Socio-economy
D1 - Lessons Learned, Issues and Solutions Identified
D2 - NordicWay2 - Norwegian Public Roads Administration
D4 - Final Event Concluding Remarks
Cloud-to-cloud vehicle connectivity improves road safety (21 Nov 2017)
Road users on the Ring Roads and the Helsinki-Turku Motorway (11 May 2016)
Norwegian Vegvesen's press release (12 February 2015)
Finnish Transport Agency (FTA) and Finnish Transport Safety Agency Trafi's press release (30 June 2015)
HERE press release (30 June 2015)