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  • 1. Electronic Toll Collect Project Germany Valencia, 26. September 2002 Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Beyer, Managing Consultant
  • 2. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 3. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 4. Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Deutsche Telekom is the Managing Partner in the Consortium
    • In the Toll Collect Consortium Deutsche Telekom, DaimlerChrysler Services and Cofiroute are partners.
    • The video provides an overview on each partner`s strengthes.
    • The consortium represents all skills required for realising the road pricing project in Germany.
    • Deutsche Telekom is active in other countries to form specific partnerships in road pricing projects.
  • 5. Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany German Telekom AG Profile
    • Largest European telecommunications operator and third biggest carrier in the world.
    • In-depth and extensive experience in providing communication solutions in all market segments.
    • Broad knowledge in invoicing and collection management processes.
    • First European Security Trust Center.
    • Operator of the biggest service center organisation world wide.
    • Extensive experience in the design and operation of integrated IT-and TC systems.
    Headquarters of Deutsche Telekom AG, Bonn
  • 6. Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany DaimlerChrysler Services
    • Internationally oriented financial service provider.
    • Practical experinece as an operator of integrated mobility services in Europe and Asia (DCTJ, TEGARON, VMZ).
    Headquarters in Berlin
  • 7. Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Cofiroute
    • Internationally operating company running road and toll collection systems with actifities in France, UK, Portugal, California and South America.
    • Exentive knowledge of design and construction of toll collection systems.
    • International eyperience in the operation of road and toll collect systems.
    Headquarter Cofiroute in Paris
  • 8. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 9. Technology Strategy Technology is based on the RFP`s requirements and national and international market analyses
    • Reasons for the technology decision and the participation in the consortium:
    • What are the RFP`s requirements in Germany?
    • Which trends have to be anticipated (technology, business)?
    • What is feasible from the technical point of view?
    • What is the current state of the relevant technology  Realisation of an own development organisation?
    • What are the main requirements for an ETC-architecture?
    • User`s acceptance: What will the target groups expect?
    • Which value added services can be realised with the different technical concepts?
    • What are the critical success factors?
  • 10. Technology Strategy Requirements of the RFP
    • Dual system (automatical and manual).
    • System should impose incentives for an economic use of transport infrastructure and capacities.
    • Support of environmental and transport policies.
    • Avoid toll gates and negative impacts on traffic flows.
    • No discrimmination, no entry barriers for international transit traffic.
    • Ready to integrate future value added services.
  • 11. Technology Strategy Technology and Business Trends
    • Modern technologies, platforms and architectures enable manual and automatic toll collection procedures for all kinds and sections of roads.
    • GPS / GSM – based technologies enable bi-directional telematic services as an add-on to the priority functionality of toll collection.
    • Many technical services can be integrated or are already standard features.
    • All-In-One ETC-architecture has gained solid state of maturity and is supposed to displaced classical concepts.
  • 12. Technology Strategy User analysis ensures a broad level of system acceptance
    • User interests are unlikely to be in conflict with the ministry´s targets:
    • Many booking possibilities with additional support - the optimal way is the completely automatic toll collection procedure (more than two thirds of trucks in Germany).
    • Easy to use On Board Units (in Germany 98% acceptance) with the option to use value added telematic services.
    • Transparency of operation and equal opportunities (high expectations towards enforcement).
    • System should be open totelematic services to avoid additional investments.
    • Efficient distribution and allocation of On Board Units to enable participation of automatic toll collection from the very start of the system.
    • Incentiv-bundles, bonusses, test bills, usage of GPS-Data.
    • Offering of attractive value added pay services on the same infrastructure.
  • 13. Technology Strategy Value added services as important decision criterion
    • The comparison of possible technologies under consideration of the possibility of delivering value added services over the same platform / architecture had a clear result:
    •  Satellite based system with bi-directional data communication into the vihicles (GPS /GSM)
    GPS ETC Center Forwarding agency OBU Payment information Value Added Services Value Added Services Location Accounting/ Value added services
    • Vihicles equipped with On Board Unit
    • Autonomous vehicle system
    • Flexible charching
    • Vehicle-specific parameters can be accounted for
    • Telematic Services capability
    • Interoperable use
  • 14. Technology Strategy Identification of the basic requirements and critical success factors
    • Very high availability and reliability of the technical systems for toll collection and user support (availibility in Germany > 99%) .
    • Fulfill the expectations of the user groups.
    • Contracting with strong companies with long term experience in the area of electronic toll collect and high user-acceptance in the telematic area.
    • Partnerships with strong regional companies with experience and relevant know-how.
    • Companies with experience in financing and carrying out big international and cross national projects.
  • 15. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 16. System Architecture Germany Dual System, full automatical and manual at highest availability Centrally controlled processes Monitoring Operations Billing Control system Dual Toll Collection System National registration system Manual Interoperable automatic toll collection system via Internet Toll Collection System Automatic
  • 17. System Architecture Germany Dual System, full automatical and manual at highest availability Monitoring Operations Control system Interoperable automatic toll collect system Service point Toll booth operator Company bank User Acquirer Contractor and advisory body Classification post-survey data Delivery information Payment transfer order Payment transfer order Operator / user data Operation data Payment authorisation Proof Route and toll parameters Usage data Billing Performance handicap Toll Collection System Centrally controlled processes National registration system Manual Via Internet Automatic Dual System Billing
  • 18. System Architecture Germany Dual System, full automatical and manual at highest availability Toll Collection System Monitoring Operations Billing Control system Interoperable automatic toll collection system User Company bank Toll booth operator In-car equipment manufacturer Contractor and advisory body Usage data Delivery information Use authori- sation National registration system Payment balancing Billing Service point Billing data Performance handicap Centrally controlled processes Manual via Internet Automatic Dual System
  • 19. System Architecture Germany Control-System (stationary and mobil) Centrally controlled processes Monitoring Operations Billing Dual System Interoperable automatic toll collection system Toll Collection System Control System mobile stationary national registration system Manual via Internet Automatic Control System mobile stationary
  • 20. System Architecture Germany Control-System (stationary 1)
  • 21. System Architecture Germany Control-System (stationary 2)
  • 22. System Architecture Germany Control-System (mobile)
  • 23. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 24. Electronic Toll Collect and Telematic Services Deutsche Telekom`s know how, targets and portfolio
    • Partner in the German toll collect project (offers: „plan, build and run“).
    • Over six years experience in the electronic toll collect context.
    • Toll-collect development-know how with offers in basic technologies and application systems (e.g. billing, opperating, integration).
    • Winning the German project.
    • Participation in other in European and international projects.
    • Providing support to EU-projects in the ETC field (standardisation, 6th framework programmes)
    • Implement the telematic strategy by building up high performance systems, designed to provide value added services.
    • Licences, patents
    • Partisipation in financing and development of different business models.
    • Secific project management skills and start-up experience.
  • 25. Agenda Top 1: Deutsche Telekom and their Partners in Germany Top 2 : Technology Strategy Top 3 : System Architecture Germany (Toll Collect Consortium) Top 4 : Deutsche Telekom: Toll Collect and Telematic Services Top 5 : Status and next Steps
  • 26. Status and next Steps
    • Assignment completed, Signature of Contract on 20 Sept. 2002.
    • Orders to be placed, Roll-out to start
    • Support to EU-projects (e.g. ISO-standardisation, 6th Frame work programmes).
    • Starting International Projects.
  • 27.
    • Rainer Beyer
    • DETECON International GmbH
    • Oberkasseler Strasse 2
    • D – 53227 Bonn
    • Telefon: +49 – 228 700 – 1238
    • Fax: +49 – 228 700 – 4930
    • E-Mail: [email_address]
    Thank you very much for your attention! For further information or questions…