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ET02 - Meetings …

ET02 - Meetings
Orario 09.30 – 12.00
Sala AVORIO


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EASY RIDER PROJECT
Achieving a sustainable and safe mobility trough the integration of vehicles and infrastructures

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  • 1. ITN 2009 - EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Easy Rider Project Line 3 - Safety Services Gabriele Giunta Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. Lab. R&S – Unità di Ingegneria dei Processi Turin, October 15th 2009
  • 2. Outline LINEA 3  ITS Today - Sustainable Mobility Context  Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Partners  Our Approach in Easy Rider Project  Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Activities  Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Big Picture Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 2
  • 3. ITS Today - Sustainable Mobility Context LINEA 3  Easy Rider Project goals are consistent with European Community VII Framework Programme directives.  The main objectives of the project:  Reducing CO2 emissions  Traffic decongestion  Safety controls Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 3
  • 4. Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Partners LINEA 3  Partners  Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.a. (Line Coordinator)  Elasis (FIAT Group)  Mo.MA S.r.l.  DIIMA  DMD Computer S.r.l / DMD Med. Tech. S.r.l.  Medic4all  End Users  ANIA Fondation  Department of Health of Sicily  S. Giovanni Addolorata Hospital in Rome Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 4
  • 5. Our Approach in Easy Rider Project 1/2 LINEA 3  The main goal of Line 3 partners activities is to design and to develop a service oriented platform that will be guaranteed a safety approach using an accident risk prevention process and an emergency intervention planning.  In our system it will be possible:  Gathering information from sensors installed inside the vehicles and from other subsystems and transmit them to system management components. (Prevention Macro- Functionality)  Evaluate the right risk level estimated on different information related to driver psycho-physic condition, vehicle state and environmental situation (Managing Macro- Functionality)  Coordinate the emergency intervention among different stakeholders involved after a road accident, in order to evaluate the best path to reach the accident point (Intervention Macro- Functionality) Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 5
  • 6. Our Approach in Easy Rider Project 2/2 LINEA 3  A new integrated approach using contextual information Integrated Risk Management Information and Processing System Center Environment Emergencies Management Center Vehicle Driver - Psico-physical driver data - Driving style quantitative data - Vehicle diagnostics data - Driving condition data - Traffic information - Weather information - External events information - Road conditions information - Statistical road accident data Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 6
  • 7. Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Activities LINEA 3  Prevention Activity  in-vehicle monitoring of driver’s parameters (blood pressure, ECG, heart rate, heart rhythm regularity, ect.), in order to guarantee remote medical assistance and accident risk alerting  contactless monitoring of the driver’s behaviour subsystem for alcohol abuse and drug use  Management Activity  methodologies and services for dynamic mapping of critical points in the road network  evaluating of the risk level using the contextual information gathered, in order to alert quickly the driver.  Intervention Activity  managing emergencies in a cooperative and collaborative way according to the EUN (112) using contextual data and fluid dynamic approach to optimize and to reduce time intervention. Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 7
  • 8. Prevention: subsystem for alcohol abuse and drug use 1/3 LINEA 3  Alcohol and drug use in driving: some information  All types of drugs, not only the most harmful, are fundamentally a poison for the body, but above all for the mind.  “In Italy cocaine, heroin and more “light” drugs will grow, in the next 3 years, till to reach 1 million of Italians among 15 and 54 years, due to an aggressive pushers strategy to widen the basis of the drug addicts”. (Source: Prevo Lab Lombardia Report)  Is estimated that about 1/5 of the European accidents pertaining to the road are caused from the alcohol consumption and the alcohol abuse. Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 8
  • 9. Prevention: subsystem for alcohol abuse and drug use 2/3 LINEA 3 Technical and functional features of the subsystem  Is embedded in the on-board system for info-telematics management (OEM), or add-on (AM) for freight delivery or public transport vehicles, to monitor drivers and their behaviour.  Monitors the physical and clinical conditions by means of contactless sensors that evaluate, without active or voluntary interventions from the driver:  correct position in the driver seat;  alcohol abuse;  drug use.  Defines the follow-up of the monitoring by means of:  modulated interventions on different levels, according to the importance of the surveyed parameters,  on demand of the fleet manager (memory storage in protected areas, sending alarm signals towards the Service Centre, possible disability of the engine starting). Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 9
  • 10. Prevention: subsystem for alcohol abuse and drug use 3/3 LINEA 3 Estimated advantages  Innovation:  verifies the ability of the driver to carry out the tasks;  usage of contactless technologies.  Competitive aspects of the developed subsystem:  costs;  modularization;  configuration;  easy to install;  adaptable to different communication standards;  flexible and modular HW/SW. Industrial sectors for applications  transport fleets (for freight and/or people) and therefore the world of industrial and commercial vehicles  drivers of railcars, ships, ferries. Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 10
  • 11. Prevention: subsystems for monitoring of driver’s parameters 1/2 LINEA 3 Physiological Monitoring of the Driver and Alerting subsystem Key issues:  Continuous monitoring of vital signs: ECG, heart rate, heart rhythm regularity determining the physiological state of the driver  Definition of alerting algorithms based on the measurements coming from the sensors  Integration of the medical sensors in the driver environment.  Development of a communication protocol between the drivers monitoring subsystem and the main server  Integration and interface to other systems Personal Health Record Sensors Service Center Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 11
  • 12. Prevention: subsystems for monitoring of driver’s parameters 2/2 LINEA 3 Medical Emergency Monitoring subsystem Key issues:  Monitoring by means of a wireless wearable device for the following parameters of the driver: Blood Pressure, ECG, Heart Rate, Heart Rhythm Regularity, Breathing Rate, Blood Oxygen Saturation and Body Temperature.  The measurement data coming from the wireless monitoring devices are sent via Bluetooth to the driver's cellphone, which forwards the measurements data to a Service Center. Personal Health Record Cellular phone/PDA/PC- phone/PDA/PC-car Wireless wearable device • Embedded phone technology: •Medical video-consultation •Life Saving Data Service Center •Gateway to Medic4all wireless monitoring devices Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 12
  • 13. Management: dynamic mapping of critical points in the road network 1/2 LINEA 3  The dynamic mapping of critical points is a very useful technique of road accident analysis on areassegmentspoints of road network to know the road risk level and causes of crash.  Its application is very interesting for 3 final users: (S1, T1) (S2, T2)  Car makers: to improve theirs product (active, passive and preventive safety), and to create infomobility services for safety.  Road managers: to monitor the road network, realize the road safety measurements and to inform road users of critical events during the trip.  Road users: to select the safest trip and adapt the guide behavior in order to respect the warning signal . Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 13
  • 14. Management: dynamic mapping of critical points in the road network 2/2 LINEA 3 Road Accident Database Alert signalling on board vehicle Data analisis and verify Dynamic mapping of critical points in the road network Black point identification Road monitoring for managers Infomobility for the road users Alert in proximity of critical points Route planning based on critical points Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 14
  • 15. Intervention: system for a coordinated process approach LINEA 3  Realize a Service Center for coordinating process of intervention in order to manage the rescue in a optimum way when a road accident occurs using the EUN approach and the context information. Easy Rider Services Center External Services Centers Existing Emergency Service Centers and Vehicle Communication Channels Collaborative Business Process Modelling and Execution Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 15
  • 16. Intervention: the fluid dynamic approach 1/2 LINEA 3  We will consider the combination of two types of methodologies:  Fluid dynamic models  Minimum path research techniques and methods  Main activities are:  Traffic model  Data capture by sensors;  Data management for the model setup;  Optimization techniques. Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 16
  • 17. Intervention: the fluid dynamic approach 2/2 LINEA 3 The mathematical model and the optimization techniques will be able to guarantee: A. emergency vehicles arrive as fast as possible at the accident place avoiding, if possible, congested roads; B. emergency means get to the nearest hospital with minimal traveling times. Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 17
  • 18. Easy Rider Project - Line 3 Big Picture LINEA 3 DRIVER VEHICLE ENVIRONMENT PERSONAL HEALTH BLACK POINT MANAGEMENT TRAFFIC SYSTEMS RECORDS DRIVER PSYCO-PHYSICAL DRIVER PSYCO-PHYSICAL WEATHER INFORMATION STATUS MONITORING STATUS MONITORING SYSTEMS DRUGS AND ALCOOL ABUSE SAFETY CALL MANAGEMENT EXTERNAL EVENTS MONITORING MESSAGES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PREVENTION INTERVENTION BLACK POINT DYNAMIC RISK RISK ESTIMATE AND USER MODELING OPTIMAL WAY INTERVENTIONS INFORMATION MAPPING MANAGEMENT AND PROFILING ESTIMATE MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 18
  • 19. LINEA 3 Thank you for your attention … Gabriele Giunta gabriele.giunta@eng.it Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A. R&D Lab. Processes Engineering Unit Cell: +39 3469818308 Phone: +39 0917511791 Turin, October 15th 2009 ITN Engineering I. I. S.p.A. 19