Corridor Cross Border Sites

Cross-Border Germany - Luxembourg

The first large-scale test area concerns a set of cross-border roads between Germany and Luxembourg. It is located between the towns of Schengen and Merzig. Depending on the complexity of the use case and road restrictions, tests can either be done on the motorway or on a country road running in parallel to the motorway.

Cross-Border France - Germany

The second large-scale test area concerns a set of cross-border roads between France and Germany. It is located at the border near the town of Saarbrücken. Depending on the complexity of the use case and road restrictions, tests can either be done on the motorway or on a country road in parallel.

Small scale test sites

Montlhéry (France)

UTAC CERAM  is a private, independent group providing services in all areas of land transport. Its work concerns regulation and approval, testing, technical expertise in the domain of environment, safety, durability and reliability, certification, events and driver training. In 2018, UTAC CERAM presented their new project “TEQMO”, the new Technology Center for automated and connected mobility. An innovation center dedicated to development and homologation testing of connected and automated vehicles. The new proving ground is placed inside the Linas Montlhéry Autodrome and is composed of 12 km of closed testing tracks and associated facilities. The TEQMO track is composed of three mobility environments to enable the support of various vehicular use cases: city road, country road and highway road.

Motorway A9 5G-ConnectedMobility (Germany)

The Motorway A9 5G-ConnectedMobility small-scale test site is an approximately 30km long segment of the German Motorway A9 between the cities of Nuremberg and Greding. It is part of the larger Digital Test Field Motorway supported by the German Federal Ministry of Transport & Digital Infrastructure and the Bavarian Road Construction Administration. In addition to the A9 Motorway, coverage is also present on a parallel country road from Allersberg to Wendelstein. The site can thus provide motorway and country roads.

Munich (Germany)

The small-scale tests that will be conducted in Munich, will be done in the vicinity of Huawei Munich Research Center (North of Munich). Tests can be done on public roads or a private parking area. As public roads will require for special license, testing will start in a parking area.

AstaZero (Sweden)

AstaZero is a full-scale independent test environment for future road safety, outside Gothenburg, Sweden. AstaZero features highway and country roads and has testing capabilities for different environments, including rural road, city area, high speed area, and multi-lane road. In addition, two communication networks are available: 1) A cellular test network that controls different objects during the tests, e.g., a balloon vehicle, a moose, and a pedestrian. 2) A second network with high flexibility, e.g., coverage, network load, and handover setups, including emulation of country borders with two separate MNOs. This network can be used to test different vehicle functions that are using vehicle-to-anything (V2X) communication.

Barcelona (Spain)

The second large-scale test area concerns a set of cross-border roads between France and Germany. It is located at the border near the town of Saarbrücken. Depending on the complexity of the use case and road restrictions, tests can either be done on the motorway or on a country road in parallel.

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