Paper entitled Needs, restrictions and priorities for the development and installation of a multifunctional C-ITS solution on existing road pavement and written by Maria Gkemou, Aristotelis Spiliotis and Evangelos Bekiaris (Hellenic Institute for Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas) has been published in the Transportation Research Procedia. The paper has originally been submitted to the 13th International Conference on Organization and Traffic Safety Management in  Large Cities (SPbOTSIC 2018) which took place in Saint Petersburg, Russia on 27-29 September 2018.

The scope of the paper is to recognize the needs, restrictions and priorities in developing effort of a breaking through techonology that will achieve to enable Cooperative Intelligent Transportation System (C-ITS) applications in existing road infrastructure, to make roads self-explanatory and forgiving for all road users and all vehicle generations with reduced maintenance cost, full
recyclability and added value services, as well as supporting real predictive road maintenance functions.

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