French start-up company YoGoKo makes its Intertraffic debut with its focus firmly set on the challenges associated with V2X communication and autonomous driving.
A few hundred road maintenance vehicles and motor coaches equipped with YoGoKo’s hybrid (ITS-G5/cellular) communication systems are participating in the EU-funded Scoop@F pilot deployments. Working in real traffic conditions, the pilot aims to validate a set of initial cooperative ITS (C-ITS) services between vehicles and the roadside infrastructure to improve safety for maintenance crews and road users, and to optimise the management of traffic and road information.
YoGoKo said its solutions use heterogeneous access technologies to address security and privacy challenges and enable the development of secure infrastructure for C-ITS. Recent tests of the InterCor common specifications have verified cross-border interoperability for Day1 C-ITS services using V2X standards based on the ITS-G5 access technology.
In its second stage, Scoop@F will implement new services and further develop hybrid communications technologies and its test sites will be integrated into the C-Roads pan-European C-ITS pilot deployment.