An operational perspective on the organisation of large scale field operational tests of intelligent vehicles, András Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe
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    An operational perspective on the organisation of large scale field operational tests of intelligent vehicles, András Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe An operational perspective on the organisation of large scale field operational tests of intelligent vehicles, András Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe Document Transcript

    • 12/11/2010Key operational aspects for theorganisation of large scale fieldoperational testsSummary of Deliverable D5.1 and D5.2 (Public)Andras Csepinszky, SP5 leaderERTICO – ITS EuropeBusan, October 2010www.eurofot-ip.eu euroFOT integrated project OUR CHALLENGES 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 1
    • 12/11/2010A multitude of tested functions 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.euIn a multitude of cars French VMC: Renault: Clio, Laguna German VMC OC1: Ford: Mondeo, Galaxy, S-Max Volkswagen: Passat MAN: TGX German VMC OC2: Daimler: E-Class BMW: 530 Italian VMC: Fiat: Lancia Delta Swedish VMC: Volvo Cars: V70, XC70 Volvo Trucks: FH12 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 2
    • 12/11/2010With a multitude of data acquisition systems Ford, VW, BMW Daimler Volvo Audi, Renault 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.euWith different instrumentation levels French VMC: Renault German VMC OC1: Ford, VW, Audi, MAN German VMC OC2: BMW, Daimler Swedish VMC: VCC, VTEC 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 3
    • 12/11/2010On a multitude of geografical locations 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky , ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu euroFOT integrated project OUR SOLUTION 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 4
    • 12/11/2010FOT OperationsOrganisation 4 Vehicle Management Centres (VMC) 11 Operation Sites (OS) 5 Operation Centers (OC) + eyeTrackingTotal 505 vehicles equipped with Data Acquisition Systems 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.euStep-wise preparation Validation of the complete data chain • Testing in lab environement by DAS and Data analysis experts • Data quality is checked vs. Performance Indicators requs Piloting for data collection and transmition • DAS are integrated into the vehicles for extensive testing • Technical procedures are refined (DAS installation, etc...) FOT ramping up and FOT deployment • Check if all organisational aspects are settled • Plan vehicle delivery schedule vs resources available • Vehicle status is monitored daily 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 5
    • 12/11/2010 VMC Responsible (or operation center) Driver Installation and Data Quality Sales and Dissemination Liaison maintenance resp. resp. Marketing resp. resp. Operation Maintenance Sales Center Contract + HOT LINE Data/Operational Consent form Training Quality Assurance Incentives Driver liaison Insurance during FOT Vehicles Drivers Questions / support Intervention logging Objective data Subjective data / Documentation Data pick-up Data pick-up method method Data storage method Data storage Data storage method method Data Server FOT Operations Data 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.euVehicle related procedures Vehicle selection Vehicle Rotation (types, fleet...) among drivers Data acquisitionVehicle systemspreparation Data pickup Vehicle and handling status 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 6
    • 12/11/2010Driver related procedures Consent Driver selection Form (type, etc...) Driver training/briefing Incentives Video recording Insurance inside and outside the vehicle Questionnaires and interviews Hotline Data Quality Insurance 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu euroFOT integrated project OUR CONCLUSION 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 7
    • 12/11/2010 FOT and ramping up status VOLVO Trucks 80 trucks running (NL+UK) VOLVO cars: FOT started: May 2010 100 cars running FOT started: February 2010VW:30 cars are runningFOT started: July 2010 AUDI : 20 cars planned BMW: 15 cars are running FOT started: August 2010FORD:86 cars runningFOT started: April2010 MAN: 6 fleets – 46 trucks running Expected FOT start: October CEESAR - Renault: 2010 32 cars running Expected FOT start in Daimler Mercedes-Benz: FIAT – Lancia: October 2010 15 cars are running 149 LDW and 171 control FOT start ed: February 2010 cars running FOT started: February 2010 29 October2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu FOT ramping up status German VMC French Italian German VMC Operation Centre 1 Operation Centre Swedish VMC VMC VMC 2 No. of planned 35 100 100 40 20 15 15 500 100 80 vehicles No. of vehicles 32 95 46 30 0 15 15 320 100 80 on the roads 733 vehicles are on the road 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 8
    • 12/11/2010Lessons learned Follow and exploit FESTA handbook especially its Implementation plan (Annex) Distribute early the responsibilities (marketing, maintenance, etc..) Enforce harmonisation of data loggers and data formats When selecting vehicles and drivers: Be carefull of creating biased experiments or at least document them to take them into account in data analysis Do not underestimate the piloting time Plan on vehicle and installation delays Expect driver drop outs and plan to interact with them Be carefull of bad publicity – clear information is key Do not understimate the importance of the incentives, take care of all of its aspects during the planning Legal and ethical issues should be investigated and settled before the driver and vehicle recruitment starts There is no successful driver recruitment without the full support of the OEMs marketing department Use a multitude of implementation of subjective data gathering (hard copy, web-based, interviewing) Use of professional customer care service is adviceable 29 October 2010 Andras Csepinszky, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.euThank you for your attention! 08 June 2010 Maxime Flament, ERTICO - ITS Europe www.eurofot-ip.eu 9