CMC is a platform for the cooperative development of connected mobility (C-ITS) in the motorcycle industry. Paramount for all members of CMC is the active contribution to the common project by supporting all bodies of the consortium depending on membership level.
CMC is focused on developing motorcycle related standards – this makes a technical expertise a key factor for all participating parties. Members of the CMC network need to be involved in the motorcycle-business or to have relations to ITS technology.
The final results of the project work within the Connected Motorcycle Consortium will be published.
Types of participation within CMC
(it is possible for all members to change their level of membership when desired)
- Participate in all operative bodies of the consortium
- Contribute at least the minimum annual manpower of 2.0 Full Time Equivalent (FTE)
- Commit themselves to participate in the Project Group, all Working Groups and selected Task Groups
- Contribute at least the minimum annual manpower of 1.0 FTE
- Commit themselves to participate in selected Working Groups and selected Task Groups
- Contribute at least the minimum annual manpower of 0.5 FTE
- Commit themselves to participate in selected Task Groups
- Contribute annually the minimum annual manpower of 0.25 FTE or provide financial contribution.
Four different bodies of the Consortium pursue the targets of the CMC on the strategic and operative level.
- Steering Committee: responsible for all strategic decisions of CMC, controlling and supervising the Consortium and its bodies
- Project Group: concerned with the coordination and control of the Working Groups, linking the operative level of CMC with the strategic decisions of the Steering Committee
- Working Groups: responsible for the operative level; each of the three Working Groups is led by one core member (see visual)
- Task Groups: special working parties set up by request for a defined range of duties.