RIVSILOn - Regional Initiative for Virtual and Collaborative Information Systems within Public Transport

Reference number
Coordinator LINDHOLMEN SCIENCE PARK AKTIEBOLAG - Test Site Sweden
Funding from Vinnova SEK 1 860 000
Project duration July 2018 - June 2020
Status Ongoing
Venture Transport Efficiency
Call 2018-00068-en

Purpose and goal

ITxPT is an international initiative working for the harmonization of public transport IT infrastructure. The project is aimed to evaluate the existing ITxPT specifications and propose new interfaces for future specifications. The main project work is done in 10 pilots that will develop, demonstrate and evaluate new functionality relating to plug-’n’-play and digitalization/virtualization, new business models for procurement, cloud services and cybersecurity.

Expected results and effects

New competence in product and service development relevant for the future public transport IT architecture based on fewer, shared physical components, and these components plug´n´play functionality. The project will result in new concepts and prototypes for cloud services, driver support and electric vehicles. The Swedish ITxPT cluster is strengthened through the project which increases the possibility to influence future specifications.

Planned approach and implementation

The project has 8 work packages (WP). WP 2 consists of seven parts with a total number of 10 pilots which will test and demonstrate a number of concepts relating to ITxPT and electrified public transport. The pilot concepts will first be tested in a new public transport IT lab environment at Lindholmen and then demonstrated in electric buses on route 16 in Göteborg. Based on experiences from the WP2 pilots, four common themes, plug-´n´-play, cloud services, cybersecurity and business models, will be analysed and discussed in separate work packages.

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Last updated 8 January 2019

Reference number 2018-01938

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