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Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving –  	A case study from the project INTEGREEN
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Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving – A case study from the project INTEGREEN

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  • 1. AIT Austrian Institute of Technology Sensor and Government Data: their Role in Public Policy Automotive IT solution for social eco-driving – A case study from the project INTEGREEN Reinhard Kloibhofer
  • 2. Agenda Project overview INTEGREEN Technical view, data management Measurement test results Awareness-raising campaign Networking Summary Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 1
  • 3. INTEGREEN: Project overview EU-Project in the Life+ Programm Duration: 1/9/2011 – 28/2/2015 Partner: Municipality of Bolzano (IT) (Coordinator) TIS innovation park (IT) AIT Austrian Institute of Technology (AT) Total Budget: 1.311.810 € (ca 46,8% LIFE+ contribution) Objective: improvement of traffic management strategies by combined traffic and environmental measurement with stationary and mobile sensors. Implementation area : Vienna (AT) and Bolzano city (IT) Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 2
  • 4. INTEGREEN: Motivations & objectives The starting point: Environmental impact produced by urban traffic Seasonal traffic flows peaks from ext. centroids Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 3
  • 5. INTEGREEN: Content objectives Technological dimension: •«Environmental» traffic management demonstration •Enhanced traffic / air pollution monitoring system •Environmental-oriented traffic policies testing (with impact assessment) Social component: •Awareness-raising about environmentally-travelling and driving for smart multi- modality EU component: •Share INTEGREEN as a «environmental» traffic management best-practice Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 4
  • 6. Technology objectives The INTEGREEN project From a technical point of view, the novelty if INTEGREEN is the combined use of fixed stations and probe vehicles for the detection of traffic and air pollution levels. Mobile air pollution measurements system is the most challenging part of the project (covered by AIT). Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 5
  • 7. Technical assessment (high-level architecture) Traffic management center Data sources layer: several components gather (raw) data from available systems Data center layer: data-types are stored and information extraction processes are executed Front-ends layer: data/information are released to service providers Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 6
  • 8. Technical assessment (high-level architecture) Data flow Vehicle data-source: one of the input sources to the supervisor center Vehicle front-end: local server for collection of mobile data Wireless Communication: Real-time sensor-data is sent to server at regular intervals Mobile probes: vehicles equipped with the INTEGREEN-mobile system Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 7
  • 9. Technical assessment (technological level) 99 Design with FRAME Requirements have been mapped into a FRAME architecture. The outputs represent an input for the detailed design activities covered in the Design Action. Specific functions in FRAME cover Environmental and Traffic Management Issues. Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 8
  • 10. Technical assessment (technological level) Block diagram of the mobile system Embedded sensor modules: • Monitoring of Traffic data • Monitoring of Environmental data HMI: data from the management center is processed Telematic + Communication Unit: Real-time transmission of data Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 9
  • 11. Technical assessment (design & implementation) On-board measurement systems On-board environmental monitoring unit (Air-flow control, air pollution sensors: NO2, O3; position data) On-board traffic monitoring unit (CAN-data; IMU-data; position data) Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 10
  • 12. Technical assessment (technological level) Mobile measurement results: Test drives in Vienna and Bolzano Use cases: • Measurement on urban roads • Measurement on highways • Measurement near fixed air quality stations Presentation of measured data in different colors (red is still green) Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 11
  • 13. Social assessment (impact level) Awareness-raising campaign & networking Awareness-raising campaing: need to focus to very specific focus groups that could act as natural «mulitpliers» of the concept conveyed by INTEGREEN High and primary schools Professional drivers Tourists Citizens’ «models» Social activities have a fundamental importance in order to put the premises for structural changes in the targeted scenario and to give other decision- makers the basis to replicate the INTEGREEN approach in other similar environments. Objectives of this parallel activities have been specifically consolidated in the dissemination plan defined at the project’s start. Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 12
  • 14. Awareness-raising campaign (social level) • Facebook and Twitter account since November 2012 Informative channels: Social networks Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 13
  • 15. Awareness-raising campaign (social level) Informative channels: flyer About 3.000 copies already distributed! Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 14
  • 16. Awareness-raising campaign (social level) Informative channels: Sustainable drivers stickers Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 15
  • 17. Awareness-raising campaign (social level) 16International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014Krems, 22/05/2014
  • 18. Network assessment Local Networking Key for early exploitation and multiplication of project activities! Stakeholders involvement • SASA: local bus company • Car sharing operator • Local Agency for the Environment • A22 highway & Environmental Engineering Faculty of the University of Trento – joint working group on correlation between traffic and air pollution • Institute of Renewable Energies of EURAC – SEAP definition for Municipality of Bolzano • BLS and Mobility Department / Agency of the Province of Bolzano • Two Workshops in Bolzano Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 17
  • 19. Network assessment EU-networking International networking • Technological know-how shared in LIFE+11 ENV/IT/002 CLEAN-ROADS • Results sharing with FP7 project CARBOTRAF (with possible best-practice exchange with the Austrian city of Graz) • AIT in EARPA network – the most important EU automotive association • TIS and CBZ are going to enter the Co-Cities Forum • Sharing activities on numerous EU portals, e.g. CIVITAS / CIVINET, ELTIS, EPOMM and ECOWEB Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 18
  • 20. Summary Project INTEGREEN Three views: technical, awareness raising, networking Mobile collection of traffic and environmental data Real-time transmission and processing of data Test measurements in Bolzano Different awareness raising campaigns Information exchange with other (EU-) projects and stakeholders Improvement of traffic policies Final responsibility of traffic control remains by humans Krems, 22/05/2014 International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2014 19
  • 21. AIT Austrian Institute of Technology your ingenious partner Reinhard Kloibhofer Senior Engineer Safety & Security Department Business Unit Safe and Autonomous Systems Donau-City-Straße 1 1220 Vienna Austria T +43 50550-4146 M +43 664 8251196 Reinhard.Kloibhofer@ait.ac.at

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