Rights of use company Sistra S.A.S
With effect of 20. June 2018 the company Sistra S.A.S. has acquired the rights to use the OCIT-O V2.0 Traffic Signal Controllers and OCIT-O Profile 2.
New OCIT-C version 2.0
The OCIT-C Version 2.0 includes new features needed to integrate cooperative vehicles into a traffic infrastructure system The new OCIT-C Version 2.0 is now available under Download.
English documentation for OCIT-O V3.0
The English documentation for OCIT-0 TSC version 3.0 and OCIT-O function mirror version 3.0 is available on the download page.
IT security of OCIT systems
The position paper of the ODG describes the possibilities of secure OCIT data connection over open networks, in particular over the Internet. The document is now available under Download.
Documentation for OCIT-O V3.0 and OCIT-O Car V1.0
The OCIT Developer Group uses the OCIT-O V3.0 interface to make traffic infrastructure access to the new Car2X technologies. Actual information, directly from the road user, the traffic situation can be influenced in a resource-saving manner by the operator of the traffic infrastructure. With the OCIT-O Car V1.0 interface, traffic information and traffic data can be provided or recorded outside the crossing area. The documents for OCOT-O V3.0 are available under Download. Attention - OCIT-O V3.0 and OCIT-O Car 1.0 have both a beta-status and can actually ONLY be used within pilots.
Rights of use Comany Damatt GmbH
With effect of 26. February 2018 the company Damatt GmbH has acquired the rights to use the OCIT-O V2.0 Traffic Signal Controllers.
Rights of company SILA Service GmbH
With effect of 04. January 2018 the company SILA Service GmbH has acquired the rights to use the OCOT-O V2.0 Traffic Signal Controllers.
OCIT-O V3.0 and OCIT-O Car V1.0
With OCIT-O V3.0 and the corresponding specifications in OCIT-C, the OCIT system integrates with the cooperative radio-based infrastructure in the automotive sector. This makes it possible in the OCIT system to integrate danger reporting, prioritization of public transport vehicles and special vehicles, forecast data, supply of topology information and quality assurance into traffic management.
Rights of use company Global Traffic Systems Sp. Z o.o
With effect of 11. August 2015 the company Global Traffic Systems Sp. Z o.o. has acquired the rights to use the OCIT-O V1.1 Traffic Signal Controllers.
Rights of use Company Imtech Traffic & Intra B.V
With effect of 12. August 2014 the company Imtech Traffic & Infra has acquired the rights to use the OCIT-O V2.0 Traffic Signal Controllers and OCIT-O V2 Testsuite MAT.
Project start of the OCIT-O Car interface
The ODG-OCIT-Developer Group has started the project OCIT-O Car interface. The new Car2X technology in the vehicles enables communication with the transport infrastructure. With the project OCIT-O Car interface, the traffic centers are also involved in the communication and receive highly updated traffic data from the TSC and other detection points. By up-to-date information, directly from the road user, the traffic situation can be influenced in a resource-saving manner by the operator of the traffic infrastructure.
New version 2.0.11 of the ODG-V2 Tracere
The new version 2.0.11 is now available.
Corrections in the OCIT-O Lstg
Slight corrections in OCIT-O Lstg V2.0
Corrections in the OCIT-O profiles
Slight corrections in OCIT-O-Profile_1_V1.1_A03 and OCIT-O-Profile_3_V1.0_A02.
The ODG V2 Tracer is used to trace BTPPL telegrams based on OCIT-O V2.0 or OCIT-O V1.1. The ODG-V2-Tracer was further developed by AVT STOYE GmbH on the basis of the proven software PT.o2-tester.OnlineTrace on behalf of ODG. With the help of this software, the BTPPL communication between field device and central unit can be logged and analyzed. In this case, both online (i.e., via the direct connection to a field device) and offline (i.e., via a previously stored trace file), the communication can be checked and filtered according to numerous criteria. Exporting or printing this trace in several output formats is also possible.
OCIT Working Group "Supply Data" and "TSC Status Data"
The work areas "Supply Data" and "TSC Status Data" of OTEC will be continued in an OCIT working group "Continuous Supply Chain and Quality Assurance" (VQA).