21st ITS World Congress

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

POSSE Good Practice Guidelines Published

The purpose of this Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) is to share best practice and encourage the wider Europea…

Webinar - Avoiding lock-in when building Open ICT

  Through this brief webinar Björn Lundell will share with the audience insights on how to use stan…

POSSE guide to developing and implementing open specs & standards in urban ITS

The guide provides a non-technical introduction to Open Specifications and Standards and has been written …

POSSE results presented at final conference

The most important output of the project, the POSSE guide to the development and implementation of open …

What next for POSSE?

The exploitation plan complements the Implementation Plans of project partners by establishing mechanisms …

Final meeting of POSSE Forum

A meeting of the POSSE Forum will take place immediately after the POSSE final conference on 19 November 2…

POSSE national workshops on integrated ITS

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

POSSE workshop in Norway

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

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…

21st ITS World Congress

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

POSSE Good Practice Guidelines Published

The purpose of this Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) is to share best practice and encourage the wider Europea…

Webinar - Avoiding lock-in when building Open ICT

  Through this brief webinar Björn Lundell will share with the audience insights on how to use stan…
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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.