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  1. 1. eCall Update: European Parliament Shows its Support for eCallImplementation by 2015On June 19th, the European eCall rollout will enable the widespread information on the incident will be sent toParliament’s Committees on installation of embedded technology in all relevant emergency services, including the new vehicles in Europe from 2015 exact location of the accident. eCall may alsothe Internal Market (IMCO) and eCall is an opportunity to increase the use be activated manually.Transport (TRAN) adopted a of embedded technologies in all new typeresolution that all new cars sold approved vehicles across Europe from 2015 onwards and to facilitate the introduction of What are the components of pan-Europeanafter 2015 should be fitted with eCall? a new generation of telematics services. eCalleCall devices. This resolution will result in mandatory vehicle fitment of Three main elements are needed for theunderlines the Parliament’s priority connectivity, creating the opportunity to deployment of eCall:for eCall deployment and urges the deploy additional commercial sustainable n Vehicle and equipment manufacturers value added services for customers. In 2015, should include an in-vehicle systemEuropean Commission to finalise the total annual sales volume in Europe is capable of bundling the Minimum Set ofoutstanding legislation so as to expected to be around 17 million vehicles, Data and triggering the eCallmeet the planned 15% of which are expected to be new type n Mobile Network Operators should2015 launch. approvals. By 2020, 75% of sales will be transmit the eCalls (voice and data) to the based upon new type approved vehicles andThis communiqué, prepared by emergency call response centres (PSAPs) hence fitted with embedded technologies.1the GSMA mAutomotive team, n Member States should upgrade their Public SafetyAnswering Points (PSAP) inis an executive summary for all order to manage the eCalls What is pan-European eCall?European operators to ensure eCall does not prevent accidents, but speedsa common awareness and up the arrival of emergency teams by an Successful eCall roll-out demands stakeholderunderstanding of the importance estimated 40% in urban areas and 50% in collaboration and commitment by all theof timely deployment of eCall, rural areas.2 players and not primarily mobile operators. It is important that Member States provide theiras well as the opportunity it In the event of a severe crash, an eCall- roadmaps on PSAP deployment as soon asrepresents in facilitating connected equipped vehicle, will automatically trigger services. European operators an Emergency call. Even if passengershave a responsibility to engage cannot speak, a minimum set of data withand be ready to implement the eCall:How it workseCall ‘flag’ by December 31st 32014 as requested by the EC 2 Emergency call centreRecommendation. The GSMA not Provisioning Via satellite positioning and mobile The eCalls urgency is recognized, the accidents location can be seen on a screen.only firmly supports this initiative telephony caller location, the accurate position of the accident scene is fixed and A trained operator tries to talk with the vehicles occupants to get more information.but wishes to actively encourage then transmitted by the eCall to the nearest emergency call centre. More If there is no reaction, emergency services are sent off without delay.greater co-operation amongst information is given in the eCall, e.g. the direction of travel and the vehicle type.all stakeholders for successful 4 Quicker helpdeployment. 1 Due to the exact knowledge of Emergency Call the accidents location, the An emergency call (eCall) is made emergency services (e.g. automatically by the car as soon as ambulance, fire fighters, police) on-board sensors (e.g. the airbag arrive much quicker at the crash sensors) register a serious accident. site. Time saved translates into By pushing a dedicated button in the lives saved. car, any car occupant can also make an eCall manually.1 GSMA & SBD: 2025 Every Car Connected: Forecasting the Growth and Opportunity, 20122 Clarification Paper BC1 - Overview of available studies on proven or assessed benefits of e-Call (August 2005) by the Safety Forum Source: European Commission
  2. 2. Legislative measures for Automakers and If eCall implementation is further delayed Member States what are the risks? Member States and Automakers have Any remaining uncertainty on eCall important, onerous requirements for eCall. implementation needs to be removed as For Automakers: soon as possible, both because: n Regulation under the vehicle type- n The past uncertainty on deployment approval legislation for the mandatory has stalled the decision on embedded introduction of the in-vehicle part of connectivity for vehicles (because it the eCall service to ensure that all new was not clear what solution would be cars will have to be equipped with adopted) and hence, blocked the launch eCall devices complying with agreed of connected vehicle services over the last European standards (already approved eight years. by CEN and ETSI). This regulation n Any further delays could result in is expected to be formulated by the changes in the solution to be adopted,What is the European Commission’s Role? fall 2012. Both the European Council with, potentially, significant impactseCall has been an EC priority in the and the European Parliament have on operator resources for the newcontext of road safety since 2002. As the indicated their support for mandatory deployments.voluntary deployment of eCall has so far implementation of eCall by 2015been insufficient, the Commission initiatedlegislative action for its mandatory Operators specifically run the followingintroduction by all stakeholders. Firstly, For Member States: risks from non-compliance:the EC issued the recommendation for n Delegated act to be adopted by the end n More stringent regulations (using theMobile Network Operators and for of 2012 under the ITS Directive setting Universal Services Directive to mandateMember States. common specifications for upgrading eCall for operators) the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) - to ensure emergency centres n Associated increased financial burden toEC Recommendation for Mobile Operators and rescue services are equipped for the new regulationA European Commission processing the data transmitted by the n Decline in operator reputationRecommendation was issued for mobile eCalloperators (the 8th of September 2011),which requires: These three legislative acts are there ton Implementing the eCall discriminatory ensure an introduction of the eCall service “flag” in all networks (as part of Release 8) across the European Union, plus Croatia,n Routing eCalls to the Public Safety Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. Dates Answering Points for live services are targeting end of 2015 – early 2016.n Handling eCalls as any other 112/E112 emergency callThis same recommendation also citesMember States to:n Define Emergency Call infrastructure to “The paradigm of the receive the eCallsn Communicate the most appropriate ‘connected vehicle’ will public safety answering point to route become a reality... the same eCalls platform can be easily maden Report to the Commission on the implementation status by 31 March 2012 available to support many other commercial ITS servicesThese deployments have to be completed whenever not busy generatingby December 2014. an eCall.” Marco Annoni, ETSI TC ITS Vice Chairman, Telecom Italia
  3. 3. Future Diary Date – GSMA eCall Webinar: Thursday 13th September 2012Operators actively engaged in meeting the EC Requirements to deploy eCall willpresent their experiences and outlook to the larger European regulatory and operatorcommunity. This webinar will also include a Q&A session where operators canopenly pose questions and considerations on eCall in greater detail.To register your interest for this webinar or to be considered as a speaker or request aparticular topic is addressed, please send an email to mautomotive@gsm.orgThe GSMA supports eCall The GSMA provides a reference ERA-GLONASS is committed to includeIn 2009 the GSMA formally expressed its for all European operators on eCall both original equipment installations, assupport and commitment to collaborate developments. The GSMA seeks to: well as aftermarket / retrofit installations.with other stakeholders to realise the n Create awareness and understanding Furthermore, ERA-GLONASS strivespan-european eCall service by signing of the opportunities to drive the to evolve to address additional servicesa Memorandum of Understanding with deployment of eCall and possible new beyond the basic emergency call, including:the EC. GSMA Public Policy and our revenue streams fleet management systems, stolen vehicleEuropean Office in Brussels participated recovery systems, toll road system, digital n Enable collaboration between operatorsin this dialogue. tachographs, and on-board navigation through knowledge sharing, which willImportantly, eCall: equipment. speed up the readiness for deploymentn Supports commercial opportunities n Facilitate resolution of deployment Yaroslav Domaratsky, goes on to underline for: Third Party eCall Services and SIM obstacles that “ERA-GLONASS shall give new issuance. opportunities for mobile operators as this newn Supports a single harmonised solution market is enabled. NIS invites all operators to for interoperability, minimum cost and How have eCall style services been cooperate”. availability of service. implemented elsewhere?n Limits liability for placing eCalls, to Private, voluntary eCall services exist in the same level of those for existing many geographies, but their uptake is emergency calls. “eCall is a public pan- quite limited. European emergency serviceThe GSMA mAutomotive project Regulatory approaches to emergency that has been discussed,The GSMA mAutomotive project, part services are also being pursued in Russiaof the Connected Living programme, with ERA-GLONAS. standardized, developed, andhas brought eCall onto the agenda tested for a long time andthrough the GSMA Connected Car certainly has the maturity for aForum. The project aims to accelerate Russian “eCall”: ERA-GLONASSthe development and deployment of Deployment Planned January 2015 for European wide roll-out.telematics and infotainment services, by Passenger Vehiclesincreasing the connectivity of cars, and What is ERA-GLONASS? The GSMA can providereducing the barriers to adoption on a Russia has begun implementing an support to its members byglobal scale. The GSMA Connected Car emergency call service, which buildsForum is the platform where automakers upon common elements of European creating the opportunity forand mobile operators meet on a regular eCall, extending the approach to include open discussions aboutbasis to: additional features such as: GLONASS the possible technical, pre-n Conduct trials and/or service launches GNSS positioning, back-up data for value-add services transmission mechanism using SMS. operational and operation Yaroslav Domaratsky, Director, Subscriber issues in order to achieven Showcase operator value assets in Equipment, NIS GLONASS underlines “We support of connected car services (such internal consensus to be assume ERA-GLONASS will stimulate the as split, service based charging and end- user payment) market in Russia for both B2B and B2C jointly supported in the segments resulting in telematics servicesn Support critical enablers growth.” standardisation and regulatoryn Identifying requirements and next steps environments.” for connectivity barriers, for example Marco Annoni, ETSI TC ITS Vice Chairman, eCall Telecom Italia
  4. 4. When will it be deployed? satellite system. Road accidentBack-end ERA-GLONASS systems are emergency response system. Useful Linksplanned for operation by the 1st quarter of Functional test methods of In- Useful References for eCall deployment:2014. First deployments will be targeting Vehicle Emergency Call System and n The European Parliament IMCO (Internaldangerous cargo transportation and data transfer protocols” (includes Market and Consumer Protection) andcollective passenger transportation by functional test methods and data TRAN (Transport and Tourism) committeesOctober 2014. All new passenger vehicles transfer protocols) are drafting an own-initiative report on the(e.g. automobiles and light vehicles) n GOST R draft “Global navigation regulatory introduction of eCall.getting new (first) type approval will be satellite system. Road accident www.europarl.europa.en/required to have the ERA-GLONASS emergency response system. In- meetdocs/2009_2014/documents/cj06/In-Vehicle System (IVS) installed from vehicle emergency call system. pr/897/897390/897390en.pdfJanuary 2015. Requirements to determine the n European eCall Implementation Platform mechanism of the road accident, the (EeIP) - The EeIP is the coordination body algorithm determining the events and bringing together all relevant stakeholdersWhat is the status of the standards? methods of testing in-vehicle system interested in the implementation of the pan-In December, 2011 by Order of Federal in the definition of the road accident” European eCall.Agency of Technical Regulating andMetrology (ROSSTANDART) there were n GOST R draft “Global Navigation approved national standards: Satellite System. Road accident implementation-platform-eeip/ emergency response system. Test n HeERO (Harmonised eCall European Pilot)n GOST R 54620-2011 “ Global navigation methods for wireless communication project - HeERO is an international pilot satellite system. Road accident module of In-Vehicle Emergency Call project preparing the general roll-out of the emergency response system. In-vehicle System” EU-wide seamless eCall service and includes emergency call system. General technical requirements” n GOST R draft “Global Navigation nine European countries. Satellite System. Road accident GOST R 54721-2011 “Global navigation emergency response system. satellite system. Road accident In-Vehicle Emergency Call Technical: emergency response system. Base service System. Compliance testing for description” n The list of standards related to Pan-European the requirements for qualityn GOST R 54618-2011 “Global navigation eCall can be found at speakerphone in a vehicle” satellite system. Road accident n GOST R draft “Global Navigation activities/esafety/doc/ecal/standards/annex_ emergency response system. Compliance Satellite System. Road accident list_status.pdf test methods for electromagnetic emergency response system. Test compatibility, environmental and methods for navigation module of In- mechanical resistance requirements of Other: Vehicle Emergency Call System” In-Vehicle Emergency Call System” n The eCall Program Overview and Designn GOST R 54619-2011 “Global navigation Considerations by Sierra Wireless. satellite system. Road accident Two remaining national standards are emergency response system. Protocol planned for approval in 2013: program-overview-and-design-considerations/ of Data Transmission from In-Vehicle n GOST R project “Global navigation Emergency Call System to Emergency satellite system. Road accident Response System Infrastructure” emergency response system. General terms”The following national standards are n GOST R project “Global navigationplanned for approval by the end of 2012: satellite system. Road accidentn GOST R draft “Global navigation emergency response system. Terms and Definitions” About the Connected Living programme Connected Living is a three year market development initiative whose mission is to help mobile operators accelerate the delivery of new connected devices and services. Our target is to assist in the creation of 700 million new mobile connections, whilst stimulating a number of service trials and launches in the Automotive, Education and Healthcare sectors. We also have a special focus on Smart Cities to support Barcelona becoming the Mobile World Capital.June 2012 |