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Next genits closing_event

  1. 1. Next Generation ITS Ilse Roelants Peter Van der Perre Karel Renckens March 30th , 2010 IBBT Ghent
  2. 2. Agenda NextGenITS closing event • Welcome • Introduction into IBBT • Next Generation ITS project context and goals • Each Subproject • Use case explanation & partners • Deliverables & results • What can you see at the demonstration • Where to get more information? • Demo Plaza
  3. 3. Exploring the information society The mission of IBBT is the creation of highly competent human capital through interdisciplinary demand driven basic research, aimed at ICT and broad band services in collaboration with companies and government
  4. 4. Demand Driven research Over 150 research projects enabling technologies with the new media corporate world in the last 5 years companies mobility & government logistics non profit e-government e-health
  5. 5. IBBT bundles ICT knowledge in Flanders Sufficient critical mass for advanced research 600+ researchers Proven academic track-record 400+ publications in A-listed magazines Several patents Proven business track-record 150+ research projects with the corporate world in the last 5 years 20+ spin-offs in the last 5 years
  6. 6. Context of the project • General • Mobile Internet (mobility services) • Market pull • Connected PNDs (nextgen TI) • Private eCall • Speed attributes (ISA) • Policy push • (national) Introduction of km charging • (European) • Deployment: ITS Action Plan (eg eCall MoU) • Research (incl. field operational tests) cooperative systems
  7. 7. • Many vertical markets with possible ... Content Provider synergies • Content aggregation Content Aggregator • Service aggregation ... Service Centre Service Aggregator Cooperative Traffic Road eCall ISA Systems Info Pricing Telco Operator Multi-Service Platform Client System
  8. 8. Goals • Develop and demonstrate innovative services based on emerging European standards • Fill in some white spots that stand in the way of commercial deployment for these services • Lay the basis for multi-service platforms where secured and infotainment services can co-exist • Need for critical mass in terms of companies & research providers involved • Allowing to engage all competences that are required • Allowing to gain valuable insights in terms of how market developments will play out
  9. 9. The sub-projects • SP1 – Traffic Information • SP2 – eCall • SP3 – Intelligent Speed Adaptation • SP4 – Road Tolling • SP5 – Cooperative Systems • SP6 – Automotive secure multi platform aspects
  10. 10. SP1 – Traffic Information – use case and partners How sending traffic info to mobile client systems : - Broadcast versus two-way communication - Standardization versus private protocols - Business model : government or private service provider
  11. 11. SP1 – Traffic Information – project deliverables and status • Implementation of Mobile Application on different devices / Platforms • Android • Nokia • Blackberry • iPhone • How-to guide on using TPEG • Business models: actors, value network, etc.
  12. 12. SP1 – Traffic Information – the demonstration • Demonstration of mobile traffic information services • New mobile traffic appl. • Efficient data communication • Different mobile platforms • Further demo : • iPhone app
  13. 13. SP2 – e-Call – use case and partners
  14. 14. SP2 – e-Call – project deliverables and status • Commercial roll-out faster than expected  WP stopped May 1st 2009 • Literature study done • Business model analyzed
  15. 15. SP2 – e-Call – the demonstration • Just look at the commercial product:
  16. 16. SP3 – Intelligent Speed Adaptation – use case and partners • Collection and Storage of speed limit data • Exchange of speed limits to map producers • Dynamic change of speed limits by traffic control centre • Real-time update of speed limits in the vehicle • Inform driver of speeding
  17. 17. SP3 – Intelligent Speed Adaptation – project deliverables and status • Requirements and architecture documented • Existence of basic speed limits in Flanders • Evaluation report on existing communication technologies and platforms • System available as demonstration
  18. 18. SP5 – Cooperative Systems – use case and partners • Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication • Collision hazard warnings • Traffic jam • Accident / breakdown • Ghost driver • Blind spot • Electronic brake light • Road condition information • Limited grip (oil, ice, …) • Obstacle on the road • Dynamic ISA • Approaching emergency vehicle
  19. 19. SP5 – Cooperative Systems – project deliverables and status • Functional requirements and Architecture documented • System architecture: CVIS base + vulnerable road user • Node architecture: based on ISO CALM standard • Implementation of platform and applications • Platform = simulators + IBBT iLab.t Wireless Lab + vehicular testbed
  20. 20. SP3/5 – ISA & Cooperative Systems – the demonstration • Live tour with vehicles equipped with SP5 On Board Units • Traffic operator in demo plaza • Subscription needed !!!
  21. 21. SP4 – Road Tolling – use case • Road User Charging instead of flat taxation • Distance • Time • Place • Vehicle type • All vehicles on all roads for the general public • Compatible with EETS directives • Compatible with Value Added Services • Enable mobility management and improve ecology K.U.Leuven GNSS: Global Navigation Satellite System EETS: European Electronic Toll Service
  22. 22. SP4 – Road Tolling – project deliverables and status • Single component on board unit concept (ATOP) • End2End impact study • Install it Yourself analysis and procedure for On Board Unit • Analysis of legal, liability and privacy aspects • Integration of Mobile Payment • Security and tamper evidence
  23. 23. SP4 – Road Tolling – the demonstration • Road User Charging (tracking, map matching, rating) • Toll paid using mobile payments (SP6-demo) • Enforcement based on ANPR • ATOP architecture break-out-session for Road Tolling room VRT ANPR: Automatic Number Plate Recognition
  24. 24. SP6 – Automotive secure multi platform aspects– use cases • Volume drivers like Road charging and e-call will catalyse the rollout of other telematics services • There is a need for a Secure Evolvable Multi Application Platform architecture • Secure provisioning of applications and services to automotive telematics systems
  25. 25. SP6 – Automotive secure multi platform aspects– project deliverables and status • Industry roadmap showing deployment of services over time • Elaboration on the business models • An innovative Multi-virtual-SIM proposal to address complex ecosystem of players and use cases • Solution concepts for secure over-the-air service delivery and deployment • Design of a Secure Evolvable MAP architecture Core Runtime Environment (CRE) Service Runtime Environment (SRE) User Interface Infotainment Applications Data Mandatory Applications Data Storage Pay-As-You-Drive Route Planner Storage Road Charging Breakdown Call Application Management Communication Service Local Access Policies User Remote Access Policies Local Entity Access Control Policy Management Local Comm Communication Service Authentication Remote Comm Remote Access Policies Remote Entity Local Comm Access Control Authentication Remote Comm Unauthorized Communication Remote Entity Internet Access Control Authorized Communication External Encrypted Communication
  26. 26. SP6 – Automotive secure multi platform aspects – the demonstration • Provisioning and deployment demonstrator • Service provider creates a new application • User registers for the new application • Provisioning of service on vehicle system • Removal of service from again • Secure over-the-air Automotive service delivery and deployment • Payment demonstrator according to SP6 architecture
  27. 27. Demonstrations overview SP4 SP1 SP4 SP4 SP1 SP6 BEBOX SP3/5 ATARI Breakout-session for Road Tolling: Room VRT, same floor, other side of elevator
  28. 28. Getting more information About Name Email Traffic Info Steven Logghe (Be-Mobile) eCall Peter Van der Perre (ITS Belgium) ISA Koen De Baets (UGent) Road Tolling Luc Blockx (Belgacom) Cooperative Systems Wim Vandenberghe (UGent) Multi-application Frank Daems (NXP) Erwin Vermassen (Nimera) General ITS Peter Van der Perre (ITS Belgium) Karel Renckens (ITS Belgium) IBBT Ilse Roelants (IBBT) - This presentation: link will be sent via email - Access to deliverables: via contact persons above
  29. 29. Questions??? Thank you and enjoy the demonstrations!