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    AusInnovate 2012 Paul Gray AusInnovate 2012 Paul Gray Presentation Transcript

    • Harnessing Connectivity Capabilities for Future Intelligent Transport Systems Paul GrayAusInnovate ConferenceTuesday 22 May 2012
    • Societal Challenges of Transportation Safety Congestion Environment • EU: 38K deaths PA • US cost: $87.2B PA • Wasted fuel • US: 37K deaths PA • EU cost: 1% GDP • CO2 emissions • US: 5.8M accidents cost • Not to mention lost • Dependence on fossil $230B PA hours in traffic fuels • Reaching PlateauAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 2 of 10
    • Solution: Cooperative-ITS • Low latency wireless communications: Road Side Unit – Between vehicles (V2V) (RSU) – Between vehicles & smart Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) Vehicle- to- infrastructure (V2I) Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Vehicle- to- • 5.9 GHz DSRC – Dedicated spectrum On Board Unit – Low latency for safety (OBU) – Low interference potential On Board Unit (OBU) • 3G/4G Wireless – Side-by-side with DSRC – Non-safety critical applicationsAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 3 of 10
    • Cooperative-ITS Benefits • Wireless communications • Enabling: providing connectivity: – 360° V2V awareness – Between vehicles (V2V) – Two way flow of V2I – Between vehicles and infrastructure (V2I) information • The Connected Car can: – Be safer – Spend less time in traffic – Have less environmental impactAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 4 of 10
    • Cooperative ITS InfrastructureAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 5 of 10
    • Cooperative-ITS Global Deployment • Cooperative-ITS Deployment being planned globally • Standards are mature • Trials are underway • Harmonization work is underwayAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 6 of 10
    • Cohda: An Innovative C-ITS Vendor • Three generations of C-ITS radios – Built from the ground up for automotive – Best in world performance • On Board Units – Everything needed for trials • Road Side Units – Interfaced to traffic light controllers, VMS, security servers and back offic • Complete software stacks – Network layer – Facilities layer – Applications layerAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 7 of 10
    • Cohda Competitive Advantage: V2VAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 8 of 10
    • Cohda Competitive Advantage: V2IAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 9 of 10
    • Innovation Creates Engagement • Cohda’s innovative products has led to SCORE@F an enviable market engagement • Cohda products dominate trials globally – simTD (Germany) – SCORE@F (France) – CAMP V2V-I (USA) – Safety Pilot (USA) – Auto CRC Rail Trial (Australia) • Customers throughout the value chain – 10 Car Makers – 10 Tier One suppliers CAMP – 6 Road Authorities • And around the world – Europe – USA – Korea – Japan – AustraliaAusInnovate Conference @ CeBIT Australia 2012 Paul Gray – Cohda Wireless 10 of 10