The Dirizon consortium plans on participating in the following events:
6-month Consortium Meeting, April 2019, ROD-IS Offices, Dublin, Ireland
The 6-month consortium meeting was hosted in ROD’s offices in Sandyford in Dublin. Representatives from Albrecht Consult, AustriaTech, and TNO were in attendance, whilst HERE Technologies participated via conference call. Progress on each of the work packages was presented in the morning session, while the afternoon session was dedicated to defining in detail the three use cases to be tested in WP3 and what outputs from these are required in subsequent work packages.
Kick off Meeting
September 2018, TNO Offices, the Hague, the Netherlands
The first consortium meeting for the CEDR-funded Dirizon project took place at TNO’s offices in The Hague in the Netherlands. Project co-ordinators TNO hosted the meeting and were joined by representatives from project partners ROD-IS, Albrecht Consult, AustriaTech and HERE Technologies. The primary discussions centred around how each work package (WP) would be approached, and initial discussions and planning took place for WPs 1 and 2 and associated deliverables which are due to completed first.
2019 Annual ITS Conference, Ireland
November 13th – 14th,
Enfield, Co. Meath, Ireland
ROD-IS General Manager Mark Tucker presented an overview of the DIRIZON project to an audience of approximately 80 ITS and CAV professionals.
CAD Working Group Meeting
November 2018, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Oslo, Norway
In developing the use cases, DIRIZON partners TNO and ROD-IS attended the CEDR Connected and Automated Driving (CAD) working group meeting in Oslo in order to ensure our approach aligned with the needs and expectations of the CEDR NRA’s. On day 2 of the workshop, the DIRIZON project presented an overview of the project, including our objectives, and led an interactive session with the CAD WG members in selecting use cases and the appropriate criteria from which to assess the use cases.
March 6-7 March 2018,
The DIRIZON project was represented at the Tallinn workshop by TNO, the purpose of which was to align and launch the project work packages on data needs, stakeholder relationships and views, digital platform and business models, and ensure alignment on use cases. Approximately 30 CAD/CEDR members took part in the workshop which focused on;
Identifying the different roles to be filled in the use cases
Assigning the actors/organisations to the different roles, from different delivery perspectives (Public/Road Operator only, Road Operator-private cooperation, market-driven)
Collecting input on data and data sources relevant to the different use cases (incl. the data providers for each data category)
Collecting views on the preconditions/prerequisites on data exchange
Identifying opportunities and risks with respect to security/data protection, privacy, architecture and governance
Developing perspectives on what aspects the NRAs can cooperate in realizing the use cases in Europe