Results & Deliverables

The CLUG project is structured in five work packages. Each one of them will be subject to many deliverables. You will find below the deliverables in their final status.

Deliverable Number Title Description Dissemination Level Due Date
D2.1 High Level Mission Requirements Definition

This deliverable defines the high level mission requirements that are then used to derive the high level system requirements also gathered in this document.

Public 30 Nov 2020
D2.2 Operational Scenarios Definition

This deliverable regroups all the railway operating scenarios relevant to the project.

Public 30 Nov 2020
D2.7 Identified Validation Certification Methods

D2.7 identifies the most suitable methods for validation and certification considering work from WP2.3 (High level system requirements), WP2.6 (Preliminary external interfaces definition) and WP2.7 (Identification of validation Certification methods) and taking into account the legal background. Deliverable D2.7 is the main source of information to implement the prototype certification process carried out in the project. 

Public 30 Oct 2021
D.3.1.1 GNSS Augmentation usage for CLUG

This deliverable identifies how SBAS augmentation could be used for train localization in three different approaches of EGNOS DFMC use and a preliminary assessment of the feasibility of the train safe localization requirements is made, following each one of these approaches. Also current EGNOS data safe dissemination is assessed for railway use.

Public 30 Nov 2021
D3.3 TLOBU perfo

This document proposes a method to compute and assess the performances of the 2 CLUG solutions based on sensors fusion algorithm; the implemented method enables getting predicted performance results versus targetted safety integrity risk by Tolerable Hazard Rate without the need of real test. The performance result is availabilty of the estimated safe position ensured inside the Maximum Confidence Interval.

Public 30 Nov 2021
D3.4 GNSS augmentation needs for rail

This document benefits from CLUG analysis to present how additional EGNOS data for rail (or for terrestrial users), could improve the safe train localization, in particular the localisation performances for along-track position, speed, and rail track determination functions. It also provides first clues for EGNOS data safe dissemination with integrity (no data error) ensured up to train localization units.

Public 17 Sep 2021
D4.2 Raw Data

The raw data collected with the test trains over various tracks in different environments will be stored in .cvs format with a description on how the data has been collected.

A representative set of raw data will be made available soon to the public. Interested persons can send an mail to to have more information and request access to the data.

Public 31 Oct 2021
D4.3 Ground Truth

The ground truth (true position of the train) generated for the individual test runs will be delivered in an agreed format, supplemented by a description on how the ground truth has been generated. This will allow the involved parties to re-evaluate the collected raw data at a later stage against the true position of the train.

Public 30 Nov 2021
D5.1 Communication Strategy and Action Plan (CSAP)

Definition of the various targets, messages, tools and activities that will deliver the overall communications strategy. 

Public 28 Feb 2020
D5.3.1 Project brochure n°1

This brochure presents the project and its results.

Public 31 May 2021
D5.3.2 Project brochure n°2

This brochure presents the project and its results.

Public 31 Oct 2021
D5.4 Definition of the Required maps for Localisation

The deliverable defines, according of the results of the different WPs, a comprehensive definition of the digital map for the train localisation system.

Public 30 Nov 2021
D5.6 Final Dissemination Report

The report presents the project communication and dissemination activities’ results.

Public 30 Nov 2021
D5.7 Preliminary Definition of the System Performances and Interfaces

The deliverable presents :


  •  The mission definition and requirements for a train localisation unit, 
  •  The preliminary definition of Failsafe multi-sensor localisation (system, sub system, internal and potential external interfaces),
  •  The feasibility (performances and assessed safety of life level) of Failsafe multi-sensor localisation unit.
Public 30 Nov 2021

High Level Mission Requirements Definition

January 29, 2021

Operational Scenarios Definition

January 29, 2021

Identified Validation Certification Methods

January 29, 2021

GNSS Augmentation usage for CLUG

July 01, 2021

GNSS augmentation needs for rail

July 01, 2021

Communication Strategy and Action Plan (CSAP)

March 08, 2021

Project brochure n°1

January 29, 2021

Project brochure n°2

July 01, 2021