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  • Smart systems will enable the fully electric vehicle by providing safe and robust means of power and energy routing between accumulator cells, battery packs, motors and power grids. == independent
  • IP deals with issues that rises from Integration that trigger further research and new solutionsSTREPs target a specific research objective in a sharply focused approach while large scaleintegrating projects have a comprehensive 'programme' approach and include a coherent andintegrated set of activities dealing with multiple issues.Both instruments play an important and complementary role. With this Work Programme, theobjective is to support a balanced portfolio of projects that will enable on one hand focusedand agile scientific and technological exploration through STREPs and on the other handconcentration of efforts - where needed - through IPs.To this end, an indicative budget distribution per instrument is specified for each objectiveand also to some extent per funding scheme. The distribution is based on the size of theavailable budget per objective and on the nature of the research needed to achieve the relevanttarget outcome and expected impact.The overall aim is to ensure that about half of the support for Collaborative Projects isdelivered through IPs and about half through STREPS.
  • Links with the ICT part of the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme- CIPThe ICT theme in FP7 is one of the two main financial instruments in support of the i2010initiative that is the Union’s policy framework for the information society. The other main7 www.artemis-ju.eu8 www.aal-europe.eu9 www.eurostars-eureka.euPage 11 of 171financial instrument is the ICT specific programme within the Competitiveness andInnovation Programme (CIP). ICT in the CIP aims at ensuring the wide uptake and best use ofICT by businesses, governments and citizens. ICT in FP7 and ICT in the CIP are thereforecomplementary instruments aiming at both progressing ICT and its applications and atmaking sure that all citizens and businesses can benefit from ICT.5
  • Common Platforms == Integrated with common Architecture GHG GreenHouse Gas Emissions Transport = 30% total energy consumption in EU• Applying ICT > 25% reduction GHG emissions in transportpossible• ICT a key enabler for multi-modal mobility + energy efficientlogistics and freight transportLogistics largely inefficient = load factors as low as 65%• Open platforms for transport logistics, based on intelligentcargo systems• Worldwide integration of such systems and services• Easy-to-use information services• Mobility of people and goods across borders• Interoperable global standardised services
  • Relevance & suitability = Timeliness The SMARTFREIGHT project wants to make urban freight transport more efficient,environmentally friendly and safe through the smarter use of distributionnetworks and better delivery and return freight systemsObjectivesDevelop new traffic management measurestowards individual freight vehicles throughg Open ICT services, on-board equipmentg Integrated wireless communicationinfrastructureg Improvement of the interoperability betweentraffic management and freight distributionsystemsg Coordination of all freight distributionoperations within a city by means of open ICTservices, on-board equipment, wirelesscommunication, infrastructure and CALM MAILimplementation in on-board and on-cargounits, for all freight vehicles
  • EURIDICE is to build aninformation servicesplatform centred on theindividual cargo itemand on its interactionwith the surroundingenvironment and the userEURIDICE (IP)Intelligent Cargo:Goods flowing through Europe will be– Self-aware,– Context-aware &– Interconnected via (global) communication networks
  • eCoMove (IP)“To develop a combination ofcooperative systems and toolsusing vehicle-infrastructurecommunication to help driverssustainably eliminate unnecessaryfuel consumption,and road operators managetraffic in the most energyefficientway.”Goals:g Show that a combination of cooperative systems will reduce fuel consumptionby 20%g Develop eCoMove use cases, system concept and architectureg Develop a common V2V & V2I platform based on CVISg Develop a strategic model of macroscopic energy consumption for an entireroad networkg Applications: ecoSmartDriving, eco Freight & Logistics, andecoTrafficManagement & Controlg Assess applications in 4 field trials (3 cities & 1 interurban motorway)g Assess implementation issues, carry out a cost-benefit analysis, proposeimplementation roadmap
  • Logistics for LifeDriving European ICT fortransport research in the directionof making logistic operationsmore efficient and moreenvironmentally friendly,financially and sociallysustainable on the long termObjectives• Create multi-disciplinary network of logistic companies,technology providers and researchers• Establish reference framework• Develop strategic roadmap to facilitate effective implementationof ICT for energy efficiency in logistics• Promote Logistics for LIFE vision and findings• Establish common working platform for community of users andresearchers1. Green and cost-effective freight transport Financial sustainability4. Shared technology2. Collaborative models infrastructures for the logistic business3. Transparent freight traffic control and enforcement Environmental sustainability
  • CIP Pilot: FREILOT (Competitiveness and Innovation Programme)A holistic approach towards energy efficient urbanfreightTraffic management viaintersection control optimisedfor energy efficiency• Vehicle via acceleration andadaptive speed limiters• Driver via enhanced "ecodriving" support• Fleet management via realtimeloading/ delivery spacebooking
  • Objective ICT-2011.6.7 Cooperative Systems for energy efficient and sustainablemobilityTarget Outcomea) Cooperative Systems for low-carbon multi-modal mobility covering cooperativeapplications and services for energy efficiency and eco-friendly mobility based on theharmonised European Communications Architecture30 and bidirectional vehicle-to-vehicle(V2V), road-to-vehicle (R2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communicationtechnologies:- Design, development and testing of new cooperative and pro-active traffic and travelmanagement and control strategies based on the availability of reliable real-time systemwidedata, including handling of special events and recovery after incidents.30 Baseline European ITS communications architecture for cooperative systems developed under the EUfunded specific support action COMeSafety, see 82 of 171- Addressing the interaction between the driver, the vehicle and the infrastructure, useracceptance and deployment of cooperative energy efficiency services, taking into accountthe needs of Fully Electric Vehicles such as integration with charging networks.Liability, privacy, reliability, security and Human Machine Interaction should be addressedas well. The focus should be on road transport, as this sector presents the largestchallenges. Projects could also address all transport modes according to the principle of comodality,and include smart urban mobility.b) European Wide Service Platform (EWSP) for cooperative system enabled services,aiming at providing to the drivers and other users a large variety of energy efficiency,mobility, comfort and safety related services:- Intelligent combination of wireless communication technologies, development of networkand transport communication protocols and security and control mechanisms, and supportto their standardisation.- Development of the necessary EWSP subsystems for service development, discovery,provision and administrative operations- Development of interoperable innovative services for the EWSP, based on Future Internettechnologies and in coordination with activities under the Future Internet PPP ofChallenge 1.c) Coordination and support actions- Dissemination of results, user awareness campaigns, assessments of socio-economicimpact and training.- In accordance with the specific cooperation agreements with Japan and the USA: activeexchange of information and results, and international standardisation and harmonisation.The coordination and support actions should include relevant stakeholders in the domain.Expected Impact• Decarbonisation of transport. Significant improvements in energy efficiency andenvironmental friendliness of transport and mobility in Europe• Improving the competitiveness of the European transport industry as a whole, and enablingthem to continue to address global markets successfully. World leadership of Europe'sautomotive industry in the area of Cooperative Systems.• Opening new markets for mobility, safety, energy efficiency and comfort services inEurope. Ensuring market leadership by Europe's industry in green products and services.Funding Schemesa) and b): IPs, STREPs; c): CSAIndicative budget distribution10CallFP7-ICT-2011-8
  • Proactive == hands on for a dynamic In computing, preemption (sometimes pre-emption) is the act of temporarily interrupting a task being carried out by a computer system, without requiring its cooperation, and with the intention of resuming the task at a later time. Such a change is known as a context switch. It is normally carried out by a privileged task or part of the system known as a preemptive scheduler, which has the power to preempt, or interrupt, and later resume, other tasks in the system.
  • System Wide Information Management (SWIM) is an advanced technology program designed to facilitate greater sharing of Air Traffic Management (ATM) system information, such as airport operational status, weather information, flight data, status of special use airspace, and National Airspace System (NAS) restrictions. SWIM will support current and future NAS programs by providing a flexible and secure information management architecture for sharing NAS information. SWIM will use commercial off-the-shelf hardware and software to support a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) that will facilitate the addition of new systems and data exchanges and increase common situational awareness.The COMeSafety Project supports the eSafety Forum with respect to all issues related to vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications as the basis for cooperative intelligent road transport systems.COMeSafety provides a platform for both the exchange of information and the presentation of results. Regular electronic newsletters and publications at major conferences and press events complement the dissemination efforts. For European and worldwide harmonization, liaisons are established and workshops are organized to bring together the eSafety Forum and all stakeholders. COMeSafety provides an open integrating platform, aiming for the interests of all public and private stakeholders to be represented.Consolidated results and interests are submitted to the European and worldwide standardisation bodies. Especially the European frequency allocation process is being actively supported by participating in ETSI and CEPT technical groups. Relevant ISO and IEEE work will also be considered. With liaisons to all relevant stakeholders, the provision of information and preparation of strategic guidelines COMeSafety supports directly the eSafety Forum on the items of cooperative systems for road safety and traffic efficiency, which will speed up the system deployment.The work of CEPT is conducted by three autonomous business Committees:The Electronic Communications Committee (ECC)The European Committee for Postal Regulation (CERP)The Committee for ITU Policy (Com-ITU)Paratransit is an alternative mode of flexible passenger transportation that does not follow fixed routes or schedules. Typically mini-buses are used to provide paratransit service, but also share taxis and jitneys are important providers.
  • Green, Smart & Safe Mobility

    1. 1. Green, Smart & Safe MobilityICT Call 7 & 8Challenge Objectives <br />Dr Muna Hamdi<br />Rapp Trans UK<br />Tunis November 2010<br />
    2. 2. 1<br />
    3. 3. What is Multi-Modal?<br />Multimodal transport (also referred to as combined transport) is the transportation of goods under a single contract but performed with at least two different means of transport. I.e. the carrier (in a legal sense) is liable for the entire carriage even though it is performed with several different means of transport (e.g. rail, sea and road). <br />co-modality refers to a "use of different modes on their own and in combination“<br />Inter-modality - Intermodal passenger transport involves more than one mode of transport of passengers. Some modes of transportation have always been intermodal; for example, most major airports have extensive facilities for automobile parking and have good rail or bus connections to the cities nearby<br />2<br />
    4. 4. Key Topics 2011-2012<br /><ul><li>Intelligent cargo and efficient logistics in a multi-modal transportchain of goods address the interface and connectivity between different modes of transport and their interaction with advanced traffic management concepts (call 7)</li></ul>Low-carbon multi-modal freight and logistics<br />Clean and efficient multi-modal mobility<br /><ul><li>Cooperative systems will enable higher efficiency in mobility management while at the same time permitting improved and new services for road users, as well as overall energy optimisation (call 8)
    5. 5. ICT applications can address the safety challenges through an integrated approach that includes the interaction between the driver, the vehicle and the infrastructure.
    6. 6. ICT for fully electric vehicles advancing the development and integration of major building blocks of the Full Electric Vehicle (FEV), and integrating the FEV with infrastructures. Projects supported under this objective will contribute to the European Green Cars Initiative, a Public-Private-Partnership launched in 2008 as part of the European Economic Recovery Plan. (call 2011 and 2012)</li></ul>3<br />
    7. 7. Collaborative Projects (CP)<br />Support to research projects carried out by consortia with participants from different countries, aiming at developing:<br /><ul><li>new knowledge,
    8. 8. new technology,
    9. 9. products,
    10. 10. demonstration activities
    11. 11. or common resources for research. </li></ul>The Funding Scheme allows for two types of projects to be financed: <br />'small or medium-scale focused research actions' (STREP):target a specific research objective in a sharply focused approach <br />'large-scale integrating projects' (IP).a comprehensive 'programme' approach and include a coherent and integrated set of activities dealing with multiple issues.<br />4<br />
    12. 12. Important!<br /><ul><li>Simple project idea (pilot study) with clear Objectives & Impact (in line with call objectives & Impact)
    13. 13. Stakeholders support e.g. MOT, Telecom Operators and ICT organisations with access to facilities such as logistic test filed.
    14. 14. Capable National logistic company (Public & Private).
    15. 15. European partners.
    16. 16. Ideas should:</li></ul>Focus on services that addresses cultural differences.<br />Target economical growth: Logistics & Tourism<br />Integrated – interoperable approach that take Standardisation as a priority<br />Traffic/Travel Information System & services.<br />5<br />
    17. 17. Objective ICT-2011.6.6Low Carbon Multi-modal Mobility & Freight TransportDeadline18th January 2011;17h00 Brussels time<br />6<br />
    18. 18. BUZZ WORDS<br />Target Outcome<br />ICT for low-carbon multi-modal freight and logistics covering technologies and services for multi-modal freight and logistics, and using new technologies such as RFID, wireless sensor networks and common platforms and architectures. EURIDICE, SMARTFREIGHT<br />ICT for clean and efficient multi-modal mobility for further improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions in all modes of transport for passengers and goodseCoMove<br />7<br />
    19. 19. Target Outcome A (IP, STREP)<br />ICT for low-carbon multi-modal freight and logistics covering technologies and services for multi-modal freight and logistics, & using new technologies such as RFID, wireless sensor networks & common platforms & architectures. <br /><ul><li>Integration of different transport modes (road, rail, air and sea transport), following Europe's transport policy principle of co-modality, in particular between road transport & other modes
    20. 20. Intermodal interoperable logistics management & tracking systems & Intelligent Cargo systems which support the decarbonisation of transport by providing real-time process & status information on cargo & its movements to users, for increased transport efficiency & timeliness & the integration of the intelligent cargo systems into the multi-modal transport data infrastructures.</li></ul> <br />8<br />
    21. 21. Target Outcome A (IP, STREP)<br />ICT for low-carbon multi-modal freight and logistics<br />Technologies + services for multi-modal freight logistics<br />using new technologies like<br /><ul><li>RFID
    22. 22. wireless sensor network
    23. 23. common platforms and architectures</li></ul>Focus on<br /><ul><li>Integration of different transport modes
    24. 24. Intermodal interoperable systems
    25. 25. Intelligent Cargo systems
    26. 26. Real-time process + status information on cargo & its movements
    27. 27. Integration of intelligent cargo systems into multi-modal transport data infrastructures</li></ul>9<br />
    28. 28. Target Outcome B (IP, STREP)<br />ICT for clean and efficient multi-modal mobility for further improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions in all modes of transport for passengers and goods<br /><ul><li>New tools, systems and services supporting energy-efficient driving and driver behaviour Adaptation
    29. 29. Environmentally aware route and access planning, intelligentroad infrastructures, definition of digital map attributes for eco-routing & advanced multi-modal travel and traffic advice and information systems for individual and collective transport – e.g. IN TIME
    30. 30. Methodologies for assessing the impact of advanced ICT in energy efficiency and CO2 reduction, & in instantaneous emission models which take into account driver behaviour.</li></ul>10<br />
    31. 31. Target Outcome B (IP, STREP)<br />ICT for clean and efficient multi-modal mobility for passengers and goods<br /><ul><li>Energy-efficient driving
    32. 32. Driver behaviour Adaptation
    33. 33. Environmentally aware route planning
    34. 34. Intelligent road infrastructures
    35. 35. Digital map attributes for eco-routing
    36. 36. Advanced multi-modal travel + traffic advice
    37. 37. Information systems for individual & collective transport
    38. 38. Methodologies for assessing impact of advanced ICT in energy efficiency and CO2 reduction
    39. 39. instantaneous emission models which take into account driver behaviour</li></ul>11<br />
    40. 40. Expected Impact<br />• Strengthened position of Europe's logistics and freight industries in the marketplace for low-carbon products and services<br />• Significant improvements in efficiency and environmental friendliness of mobility and transport in Europe; target: 25% reduction in GHG emissions in transport<br />• Full integration of intelligent cargo items into the multi-modal transport infrastructure, with special emphasis on urban multi-modal logistics<br />• Widening the market for new ICT-based mobility and transport services in Europe and worldwide.<br />12<br />
    41. 41. Target Outcome:<br />Coordination & Support Actions<br /><ul><li>In the framework of the Intelligent Car Initiative, support to the eSafety Forum activities such as stakeholder consultations, road mapping and organising events and dissemination.
    42. 42. Support to research agendas for energy efficiency, international cooperation, user awareness raising and dissemination of research results, international standardisation and harmonisation.
    43. 43. Support the establishment of European large scale actions spanning research, innovation and deployment of service infrastructures for sustainable mobility and transport.
    44. 44. The Coordination and Support Actions should include relevant stakeholders in the domain.</li></ul>projectnumber / date / initials / filename<br />13<br />
    45. 45. Funding Schemes (call 7)<br />Indicative budget distribution<br /><ul><li>IP, STREP: EUR 46 million, </li></ul>with a minimum of<br /><ul><li>50% to IPs
    46. 46. 30% to STREPs</li></ul>- CSA: EUR 4 million<br />14<br />
    47. 47. Call 8: Objective 6.7<br />Next Call<br />Cooperative Systems for Energy Efficient<br />& Sustainable Mobility<br />Summer 2011<br />15<br />
    48. 48. So what is a Co-operative System?<br />Examples of systems under development:<br /><ul><li>traffic control and management systems;
    49. 49. intersection collision warning applications;
    50. 50. weather and road condition warning systems;
    51. 51. dynamic routing- route guidance to avoid traffic congestion and, consequently, wasting fuel;
    52. 52. information tools, for
    53. 53. example advice on the location of nearby car parks with available parking spaces.
    54. 54. Driver safety information and post-crash information, e.g. on possible fire hazards for rescue operations</li></ul>Key to the delivery of such applications is communications among vehicles (called vehicle-to-vehicle communications) and also two-way communications between vehicles and Information and Communication Technologies incorporated into the road infrastructure (called vehicle-to-infrastructure communications or, infrastructure-to vehicle communications).<br />16<br />
    55. 55. Why?<br />Cooperative Systems (V2V + V2I / I2V) as enablers of decarbonised transport<br /><ul><li>allow monitoring + control of transport networks
    56. 56. direct communication with individual drivers in a given area
    57. 57. simultaneously collecting traffic data + providing information to users</li></ul>Broad approach is needed where cooperative systems<br /><ul><li>will foster holistic, pro-active approach to urban + interurban traffic monitoring, control and management
    58. 58. will enable proactive traffic management systems predicting traffic flow/volume, taking pre- emptive measures to avoid incidents</li></ul>17<br />
    59. 59. Target Outcome A<br />Cooperative Systems for low-carbon multi-modal mobility for energy efficiency and eco-friendly mobility<br />based on<br /><ul><li>Harmonised European Communications Architecture (COMeSafety)
    60. 60. V2V, R2V, V2I communication technologies</li></ul>Focus on<br /><ul><li>New cooperative + pro-active traffic / travel management with reliable real-time system-wide data
    61. 61. Interaction of driver with all system parts as well as user acceptance
    62. 62. Deployment of cooperative energy efficiency services including specific needs of Fully Electric Vehicles (such as integration with charging networks)
    63. 63. Liability, privacy, reliability, security, Human Machine Interaction
    64. 64. Focusing on road transport including co-modality + smart urban mobility</li></ul>18<br />
    65. 65. Target Outcome B<br />European Wide Service Platform (EWSP) for Cooperative System Enabled services<br />Large variety of energy efficiency, mobility, comfort and safety related services:<br /><ul><li>Combination of wireless communication, network and transport communication protocols, security & control mechanisms, standardisation
    66. 66. EWSP subsystems for service development, discovery, provision and administrative operations
    67. 67. Interoperable innovative services for the EWSP, based on Future Internet technologiesin coordination with activities under the Future Internet PPP of Challenge 1</li></ul>19<br />
    68. 68. European Wide Service Platform (EWSP) for cooperative system enabled services<br />20<br />Will provide to the drivers a large variety of energy efficiency,<br />mobility, comfort and safety related services<br />
    69. 69. Target Outcome<br />Coordination & Support Actions<br /><ul><li>Dissemination of results, user awareness campaigns, assessments of socio-economic impact and training
    70. 70. Japan + USA: active exchange of information, results, international standardisation and harmonisation
    71. 71. Include relevant stakeholders</li></ul>21<br />
    72. 72. Expected Impact<br /><ul><li>Decarbonisation of transport
    73. 73. Significant improvements in energy efficiency and environmental friendliness of transport and mobility in Europe
    74. 74. Improving the competitiveness of the European transport industry as a whole. Global Markets ...
    75. 75. World leadership of Europe's automotive industry in the area of Cooperative Systems
    76. 76. Opening new markets for mobility, safety, energy efficiency and comfort services in Europe
    77. 77. Ensuring market leadership by Europe's industry in green products and services</li></ul>22<br />
    78. 78. FP 6 projects:<br />COM2REACT:<br />COMeSAFETY:<br />COOPERS:<br />CVIS:<br />eSAFETYSUPPORT:<br />GST:<br />MORYNE:<br />SAFESPOT:<br />SEVECOM:<br />WATCH-OVER:<br />23<br />
    79. 79. FP 7 projects:<br />E-FRAME:<br />GEONET:<br />INTERSAFE 2:<br />NEARCTIS:<br />PRECIOSA:<br />PRE-DRIVE:<br />24<br />
    80. 80. Thank you<br /><br />25<br />
    81. 81. projectnumber / date / initials / filename<br />26<br />
    82. 82. ICT CALL 7 Timetable<br />27<br />
    83. 83. projectnumber / date / initials / filename<br />28<br />
    84. 84. Coordination and Support Actions (CSA)<br />Support to activities aimed at coordinating or supporting research activities and policies (networking, exchanges, coordination of funded projects, trans-national access to research infrastructures, studies, conferences, etc). <br />29<br />