ITxPT Laboratories

Göteborg Laboratory

The Goteborg ITxPT laboratory is located in the Lindholmen Science Park in Goteborg, Sweden.

The ITxPT laboratory hosts:

  • a technical test platform where modules in-progress to be labeled are tested,
  • meeting rooms up to 200 persons for working groups and technical meetings.



The ITxPT laboratory provides technical support:

  • answers to technical questions related to ITxPT specifications
  • analyses architecture design and checks implementation choices
  • runs integration tests based on operational scenarios with labeled modules
  • tests IP service consumption through dedicated tools
  • gathers and shares good practices



Visitors can be introduced to standardized on-board platforms and see how any module or vehicle gets labelled, and thus ITxPT compliant.

The Goteborg lab has a dedicated area for local projects, such as RIVSILOn and others.

Physical access

The ITxPT Goteborg Laboratory is located at:
Lindholmspiren 3-5
SE-417 56 Gothenburg

Remote access

Remote access to the ITxPT test bench can be booked for modules/services tests. Tests are dedicated to technical interfaces between modules/services, but not to assessment of functional performance.

ITxPT Members have access to the IP network according to their level of membership, and the technical operator monitors it to detect any potentially suspicious activities (bandwidth, access to suppliers IPs,…).


Tests reports only cover the results of technical compliance, such as IP addressing, hardware connectors, TS13149 part 7 based communication protocol, XML format for data exchange (no content consistency check).

Only the module’s owner can possibly grant access to his equipment (using VNC access for example). It’s the owner’s responsibility to activate, allow and secure such an access.

Summer closure

The lab is closed from July until mid-August.

Your application for the label will be processed when the laboratory resumes its activities.

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