Open Specifications and Standards (OSS) Workshops

A series of national workshops will be held around Europe to debate the adoption of Open Specifications a…

3rd DATEX User Forum on 19-20 May, Prague, Czech Republic

Can DATEX II help meet the challenges of the ITS Directive? What are the pros and cons of using DATEX II? …

10th European ITS Congress

 The congress theme is: ITS in your pocket – proven solutions driving user servicesFor further d…

POSSE workshop in Norway

The national POSSE workshop in Norway was combined with the national annual ITS Conference organised by IT…

POSSE at ITS Europe Congress 2014

There are a few occasions in the year where the opportunity arises to engage with a much wider community.…

21st ITS World Congress

From connected and autonomous vehicles to advanced traffic management systems and real-time traffic, trans…

POSSE 4th newsletter published

The 4th POSSE newsletter is available here. POSSE is now in its final year and since the last newsletter,…

POSSE user studies published

Two studies on the use of open specifications and standards in traffic management have been published wi…

POSSE Final Conference

19 November 2014, Brussels (BE) The POSSE project is coming to an end this year. POSSE partners warmly …

New EC urban mobility package picks up POSSE theme

The EC’s urban mobility package, which was adopted in the middle of December, sets out the actions the E…

Open Specifications and Standards (OSS) Workshops

A series of national workshops will be held around Europe to debate the adoption of Open Specifications a…

3rd DATEX User Forum on 19-20 May, Prague, Czech Republic

Can DATEX II help meet the challenges of the ITS Directive? What are the pros and cons of using DATEX II? …

10th European ITS Congress

 The congress theme is: ITS in your pocket – proven solutions driving user servicesFor further d…
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What are the benefits of open systems
Good practice guide
& examples
Transfer sites
& activities
Open specifications and standards offer many benefits especially the ease with which different Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) can share and exchange information.
POSSE will develop best practice guidelines, including case study examples, which will be open to all and which will set out the process for implementing open specifications and standards.
The six partners from Spain, Italy, Lithuania, Norway and the Czech Republic will undertake to engage with their key national players in order to raise awareness and build consensus on open systems.