Frankfurt, Germany

Name Test site Germany; Safe and Intelligent Mobility – Test Field Germany
Location Test site: Rhine-Main area of Hesse, Frankfurt am Main
Latitude: 50.12131
Longitude: 8.595535

Testing ground: Ray Barracks, Friedberg
Latitude: 50.32224
Longitude: 8.757464
Open for public Test site: yes
Testing ground: no
Number of cars in the test fleet more than 100 test vehicles planned
Approximate flow of cars per day Test site: An example is the "Frankfurter Kreuz" with approximately 310.000 cars daily. The "Frankfurter Kreuz" is one the most used motorway interchange in the European Union.
Highway road length 96 km (192 km in the direction of motion)
Rural road length 53 km (106 km in the direction of motion)
Urban road length 24 km
Number of intersections Urban road: 69 with traffic light (21 linked with a RSU)
Testing ground: 1 with traffic light, 2 without
ITS central station available The simTD ITS central station is located in the "DRIVE-Center Hessen" which belongs to the Hessian State Office for Road and Traffic Affairs in Frankfurt-Rödelheim. Furthermore there are the two ITS central stations of the Hessian State Office for Road and Traffic Affairs and the City of Frankfurt am Main.
Road components available Test site:
Highway road: 59 RSU planned (Hessian State Office for Road and Traffic Affairs)
Rural road: 21 RSU planned (Hessian State Office for Road and Traffic Affairs)
Urban road: 24 RSU planned (City of Frankfurt am Main)
Testing ground: 3 RSU planned
Additional services / stations ITS Vehicle Station, LogStation, Monitoring
Network coverage UMTS, GPRS, 802.11p, 802.11b/g
Functions to be tested see website