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Tampere’s use case aligns with this vision by collecting data mandated by the ITS directive and interfacing
with NAP. The objective is to foster the availability of data, including commercial data, in an interoperable
way, meeting EU directive requirements, and developing services to improve situational awareness. This, in
turn, improves readiness to assess the impact of measures to achieve the SUMP targets.

The motivation for the use case is grounded in the intention to comply with EU regulations,
develop methods to exploit data, support measures to reach SUMP targets, and simplify and harmonise
processes for negotiating, accessing, and using third-party data sources.

Selected KPIs

• +40 infrastructure devices providing real-time data

• Improved data coverage, availability & accessibility

• 5 improved SUMI indicators monitoring


Travelers across Finland will have a continuous, real-time view of multimodal traffic, enabling them to access all necessary data from the mobility data space. This accessibility empowers them to enhance travel comfort, efficiency, and reduce emissions. The data is available anytime, anywhere, and on any vehicle.

Use Case

Collection of data, mandated by ITS directive, and interface to NAP

Collecting data, which are mandated in the ITS directive (and relevant delegated regulations), and interface to the Finnish NAP/data space managed by Fintraffic (in co-operation with the Finnish Traffic Data Ecosystem)​.

Improving monitoring of real-time traffic information in Tampere to strengthen the city’s ability to assess the impact of the actions taken towards optimising the transportation system, related emissions and calculation of SUMI indicators.

Local implementation and pilot partners