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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
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The '''ECoAT project''' ('''ECoAT Cooperative ITS corridor''') "provides a basis for [[standardised]], international, future-oriented cooperative [[ITS]] services. These will be useful as vehicles become more [[automated]] and will likely spur at least [[partial automation]] in areas where these services are fully [[deploy]]ed. The project centres on the [[deployment]] of cooperative [[ITS]] services on a [[testbed]] corridor linking the Netherlands, Germany and Austria. The project sketches out a joint road map for the introduction of initial cooperative [[ITS]] services, promotes the development of [[connected]] [[ITS]] services by agreeing common functional descriptions of an initial set of cooperative [[ITS]] services as well as their technical [[specification]]s and frames the [[implementation]] of these services along the [[testbed]] corridor."<ref>[[Automated and Autonomous Driving: Regulation Under Uncertainty]], at 15.</ref>
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The '''ECoAT project''' ('''ECoAT Cooperative ITS corridor''') "provides a basis for [[standardised]], international, future-oriented cooperative [[ITS]] services. These will be useful as vehicles become more [[automated]] and will likely spur at least [[partial automation]] in areas where these services are fully [[deploy]]ed. The project centres on the [[deployment]] of cooperative [[ITS]] services on a [[testbed]] corridor linking the Netherlands, Germany and Austria. The project sketches out a joint road map for the introduction of initial cooperative [[ITS]] services, promotes the development of [[connected]] [[ITS]] services by agreeing common functional descriptions of an initial set of cooperative [[ITS]] services as well as their technical [[specification]]s and frames the [[implementation]] of these services along the [[testbed]] corridor."<ref>[[Automated and Autonomous Driving: Regulation Under Uncertainty]], at 15.</ref>}}
   
 
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== References ==

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