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Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa
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Intelligent Transportation System International Experience by Nicolla Villa

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India is urbanizing fast and its cities and towns are at the center of India’s development trajectory. India’s economic growth momentum can’t be sustained if urbanization is not actively facilitated. …

India is urbanizing fast and its cities and towns are at the center of India’s development trajectory. India’s economic growth momentum can’t be sustained if urbanization is not actively facilitated. Cisco with its ICT solutions specially around Intelligent Transportation System for Citiescan be leveraged to cope with these resource challenges and technology in general and ICT in particular will play a big role in it

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  • 1. ICT for Effective Urban Governanceand Service Delivery in IndiaIntelligent TransportationSystems – an InternationalExperienceNicola Villa - Global Director, Urban Innovation, Cisco
  • 2. Overall Challenges in Urban MobilityCities often devote 15% to 25% of their annual expenditures to their transport systems.Ownership and usage of vehicles is growing much faster than transportation systems and services (e.g. for road space)The consequent increase in traffic volumes and road congestion has caused substantial adverse impactsRapid Urbanization and Globalization accelerates further this trend.
  • 3. Key Trends for Transforming Urban Mobility Present Changing Future  Vehicle-Oriented Mobility  Human-Oriented Multimodal Mobility  Managing Road Traffic and Congestion  Managing Travel Demands and Carbon Footprints  Efficiency-driven Mass-Mobility  Eco-Mobility: Electric-Vehicles,  Dedicated (Non-shared) Mobility Small and Micro Mobility  Fixed Point, Static Data Collection  Shared Mobility (Car and Charging sharing/pooling)  Wired infrastructure with one-way  Real-time, Dynamic Data broadcasting Collection  Integrated & Smart, Pervasive infrastructure including V2V & V2I
  • 4. Shangha New Delhi Mumbai Beijing Moscow Seoul London Tokyo i YorkBus Rapid 2011 2011Transit LanesMetro/Sub 2011Congestion Planned Planned 2012 2012 Future Planned FutureChargingParking CutsRoad use 1 Week 1 week 1 Week Yes FutureCharging/Ban Day Ban Day Ban Day Ban*EV/HybridIncentivesBicycle Lanes CAFÉ Euro 3 Euro 4 25%Emission 27.5mpg. Euro 4 Euro 4 Euro 4 Euro 4 Euro 4 by Euro 4 Euro 5 by reductionStandard 34.1 mpg 2012 2011 by 2015 by 2016 Not planned Existing currently * Voluntary no road usage incentiveSource: Frost & Sullivan
  • 5. Smart + Connected Urban Mobility Framework Electric-Vehicles S+C • Reduce Unnecessary Energy Use and Small & Micro Cars Eco- Time Consumption on roads PRT/ BRT/ SLRT… Mobility • Less Vehicle Kilometers Traveled • Less Traffic CongestionSmart Community Center Smart Travel StationCar & Ride Sharing E-Bicycles Connected Bus PRTSmart Road Pricing EVs & BRT, HOV Connected Rail Smart Micro Smart Community Cars Travel Center Station Travel Public Demand Smart + Connected Urban Mobility Transport Management Connected Bus Car Sharing Connected Train Smart Connected • Better Travel Experience Road• Less Traffic Volume Station • Reverse Shift Avoidance Pricing• Less Vehicle Smart Parking Smart Mobility to Private Cars Kilometers Traveled Management Personal Travel Integrated Smart App Store • Improve Asset Utilization• Less Use of Energy Assistant Mobility • Increased Public• Less Use of Land Transport Volumes • Improve Citizen Satisfaction Personal Travel Assistant Integrated • Enhance Individual Choice and Integrated Smart Mobility Mobility Citizen Empowerment for Work and City Smart Mobility Platform Management Life Balance • Materialize Carbon Reduction Potential
  • 6. Integrated Mobility Management: Personal Travel Assistant (PTA) Seoul & Busan, KoreaSource: Cisco IBSG Smart Connected Mobility 2009, Green u-City 2010
  • 7. Integrated Mobility Management Platform City’s Mobility “App Store” Example Vehicle Access/Car Sharing Infotainment Telematics EVs Navigation Security News – Online RemoteCar Sharing Integrated Vehicle 3D Navigation radio news, Telematics – Vehicle Horn/Light EV Billing with Video RSS feeds eCall/bCall/Tol Access Flash – Support reader ling Security App, Multimodal Social Diagnostics –Transport – Remote Car Real time Networking – TPMS, Interior Pre-apps for real Starter/ Traffic e.g. Twitter, service/oil Condition App time Security Information Facebook, notifications, bus/transit Car/Van Vehicle Access – Real Time ChargingPooling – car IP TV – live tv Dynamic POI converting Video Traffic Station and van using internet Finder phone in to Feeds Locatorpooling apps, smart keyCar Sharing – Choosing, Internet Radio State of Vehicle Emergency Reservation Charge Turn by Turn e.g. Pandora, Locator Assistance –and locating Monitoring Navigation RadioTime App cars, App
  • 8. Mobility: Broadband, Internet of Things and Cloud Services Support and Delivery Framework Urban IT layers Technology Components Device Smart Phone HW Adv Traffic Mgmt Transit app Radio Center Center Video Application Variable Msg Law Hazmat Digital Media Signs Enforcement CTX Application Gateway Exchange CTX Policy Engine CTX Sensor Gateway Loop detectors CCTV SCADA Sensor User-Consumer Flow Signals Emergency Control LAN Security Storage Network WAN Wireless ComputePresentation_ID © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 8
  • 9. Travel Demand ManagementAmsterdam Smart Work Centers Amsterdam Almere The Hague Rotterdam
  • 10. Innovation Ecosystems
  • 11. Connected Economic Clusters Amsterdam Rotterdam Eindhoven
  • 12. “the traffic of people, goods and vehicles in a large metropolitan area can be as efficient as the traffic of digital packets over the internet”Presentation_ID © 2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 12

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