Initiated by eight Member States, the C-Roads Platform is open for other Member States as well.
Austria, Belgium/Flanders, Belgium/Wallonia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom are currently represented as Core Members, with their own C-ITS pilot deployments, either in place or in preparation.
Additionally, Associated Members are linked to the C-Roads Platform, liaising with the different groups within the Platform and committing themselves to use C-Roads specifications in their pilot implementations.
The C-Roads Platform remains open for interested authorities. The C-Roads Platform Agreement forms the basis for the cooperation for both, Core Members as well as Associated Members.
The service harmonisation is one of the core topics in the C-Roads Platform. On car side and on infrastructure side, all (triggering) conditions need to be harmonised. For this reason, one of the first topics is the agreement on a commonly used C-Roads infrastructure communication profile, starting with ITS-G5 and followed by hybrid communication.
Find out more about the partners, which joined together in the C-Roads Platform, in the Member description of the Pilots-section