OSGi in Telematics - Volker Braun
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mm-lab is going to present a project about a telematics solution for a waste management and collection system. The solution is based on mm-lab's Advanced Telematics Platform (ATP), which is ...

mm-lab is going to present a project about a telematics solution for a waste management and collection system. The solution is based on mm-lab's Advanced Telematics Platform (ATP), which is implemented on top of the Prosyst OSGi framework.

The system offers components for the office segment such as a component based web portal and a geographical information system for the planner, a special purpose on-board unit for the waste collection vehicles (about 50) and smart phones (about 20) for the fleet cars and of course a server segment with an interface to the CRM and ERP infrastructure of the client. The system has been successfully upgraded many times since it was put in operation end of 2010. The OSGi framework helps to maintain the several applications and configurations of the different gateway types as the function of the vehicles is multiverse. The on-board units have been upgraded during day-to-day operation which is a unique feature for such a management system.

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OSGi in Telematics - Volker Braun Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Waste Management TelematicsSystem based on an OSGi platformVolker M. Braunmm-lab GmbH2011-09-20 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2010 . 1 PageCOPYRIGHT © 2008-2011 OSGi Alliance. All Rights Reserved All Rights Reserved
  • 2. Contents• Function of the telematics system• Architecture of the telematics system• Benefits of OSGi Page 3 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 3. SYSTEM FUNCTION Page 4 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 4. System ArchitectureMobile On-board Telematic Server Telematic PortalUnits Public “Backend” in the Office Mobile Radio Network
  • 5. Integration Back Office Office • GIS On-board • ERP • Web Unit • ... Portal Page 6 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 6. Waste disposal requestCitizens Disposal requests queuing ERP Call center Bulky Organic Electronic Page 7 Hazardous 9/21/2011
  • 7. Tour planning Scheduler Requests for Execution day Page 8 9/21/2011
  • 8. Tour clusters Page 9 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 9. Sequence and Routing Page 10 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 10. Page 11 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 11. On-board Unit Page 12 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 12. Tracking Page 13 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011
  • 13. Tracing, Results Page 14 9/21/2011
  • 14. SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE Page 15 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 15. Application Service Native Hardware Layer Platform Platform Platform Color CodeSoftware Architecture 21.09.2011
  • 16. Tracking Navigation Command and Direct Waste Disposal Service Electronic Driver Log On-board Diagnosis Advanced Telematics Platform9/21/2011
  • 17. Component based web portalApplicationsmenu Page 18 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential
  • 18. Component based operatorworkstation Page 19 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential
  • 19. Applications on Gateway(s) Page 20 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential
  • 20. Software Management by OSGi Software Configuration Installation Page 21 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 21. Demands concerning such solutions• … by our users: • Support for different hardware (Mobile devices for park inspection, mounted devices for trucks) • Support for different user groups, all with specific demands (Garbage Collection needs other applications than the Winter Road Clearance) • Mobile devices are most time employed in the field, high reliability & availability • User prefers standards instead of proprietary solutions• … by us: • Modular concept required to be able to easy deliver customer-tailored software • Reuse of modules in order to minimize development efforts and thus the retail price • Usage of existing software parts instead of self implementation, wherever suitable Page 22 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 22. OSGi• … is the Solution • Easy management of gateways with different applications • Support for different hardware & different user groups • Easy software update over the air • Gatways do not need to be online when starting the update • Gateways do not need to be returned• Plus: • Easy configuration change • E.g. tracking parameters, on-board voltage threshold, standby mode • Usage of OSGi can be an argument for sales • Much existing functionality such as dedicated, extensible user management Page 23 OSGi Alliance Marketing © 2008-2011 . All Rights Reserved
  • 23. Thank you.Page 24 © mm-lab GmbH Company Confidential 9/21/2011