Integrated Transport Competition - In field solutions elevator pitches (3 of 3)

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These presentations are from delegates at the networking and briefing event for the Technology Strategy Board's Integrated Transport in-field solutions competition. This event was held in Coventry on 17th Oct 2013. The competition is open until 29th November 2013. This set of presentations is one of 3 from the day, comprising 2 minute pitches from
Neil Hoose: Chase
Anne Duncan: Ecospeed
Matthew Clark: Steed Davies Gleave
Sam Chapman: The Floow
Colin Balfour: Traak Systems Ltd
Michael Youngman: Technology Delivered
Richard Adlington: Transport Systems Catapult
Walter Tuttlebee: WTIS Ltd

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  • The key challenge is how to increase ‘mobility’, defined as the efficient and cost-effective movement of goods and people. Constraints on land and investment mean that the only way to overcome this challenge will be to work intelligently – in a coordinated and collaborative way – to develop improved transport systems that unlock latent capacity. When integrated systems that operate across traditionally separate transport modes or sectors  are put in place, the economic benefits can be huge. Research by the NEA (a Dutch transport research company), the University of Oxford and OGM (a Belgian consultancy firm), and analysed by the Centre for Cities, demonstrates that innovations such as integrated ticketing and information integration can have benefit–cost ratios of over 5:1. Because of the global recognition of this challenge and the economic impact associated with it, the market for those who can develop new Intelligent Mobility products, services and solutions is significant. It is part of a global market for innovative, integrated solutions for transport that will be worth about £900 billion annually by 2025.Need to make some effort to elaborate on how we are using the term integrated systemsThe primary role of the TSC is to support UK-based businesses in bringing products and services to market that have a technology and innovation basis in the field of Intelligent Mobility. To help achieve this, the TSC also has a mandate from its stakeholders to work with industry to drive greater unification of what can be a complex, dispersed and diverse collection of communities.The core Technology Strategy Board (TSB) funding enables the TSC to be autonomous and ambitious. Because of its long-term strategic outlook, it is also justified in claiming independence and objectivity within transport and is, therefore, uniquely positioned to be this unifying entity and focal point.Consultation across a very balanced cross-section of industry has prompted and informed our vision:Our vision is to drive the UK’s global leadership in Intelligent Mobility, promoting sustained UK economic growth and wellbeing.Project categories and examples of TSC innovation projectsWe have a large and balanced portfolio of project opportunities, a number of which have been selected to be progressed. Summarising them by project type, these include:Demonstrator – Low-Carbon Urban Transport Zone (LUTZ): A programme combining elements that demonstrate on a large scale the potential of autonomous vehicles, cloud-enabled mobility and transport on-demand services. LUTZ exploits the significant potential of Milton Keynes as a test-bed for innovative transport systems. It addresses the key challenge of how to increase mobility by exploring the potential for effective and cost-efficient movement of people in a city. To create the demonstrator, the project will work across many of the traditional silos and jointly deliver commercial, technical and social solutions. The TSC will initially be providing programme management support to take the concept to commitment from partners. The LUTZ programme has been estimated to cost £50 million, of which the TSC will contribute £5 million over five years. The TSC is using its core funding to inject momentum into this ground-breaking programme. The TSC has also committed to target generation of a further £5 million for LUTZ through EU funding.Interface challenge – Airport Integration: We are in discussion with the Future Airspace Strategy Industry Implementation Group (a consortium of airlines, airports, air traffic controllers, the CAA, DfT and MoD) on a project to integrate real-time data from UK airports into the Air Traffic Management System, improving the efficiency and resilience of the UK and European Air Transport Network, as well as improving the transition between transport modes and the efficiency of end-to-end journeys.Business environments – DfT Innovation in Operations and Contracts: Working with the DfT to support changes in approach to procurement and commercial contract management. In the first instance, support is being provided to investigate and enable increasing levels of innovation over the next generations of rail franchises. The current engagement with the DfT is part of a longer-term strategic programme to promote, sponsor and enable innovation across the DfT’s wider transport portfolio and throughout the transport industry supply chain.Shared knowledge base – Autonomous Vehicle Systems: In response to a need identified with the Marine Industries Leadership Council, we are investigating the state of the art in autonomous vehicle systems (implemented systems and research). We will work with the Transport KTN and the University of Oxford to define standards for autonomous vehicle systems and degrees of autonomy (from remote control on guided tracks to autonomous vehicles learning for themselves and adaptable to operate in any range of environments). This will allow more cross-sector knowledge transfer and sign-posting for supply chains.Modelling and system intelligence – Instant Weather (‘Now-Casting’): This is an example of a key area in which we will be working with other Catapults to enable platforms for innovation. Collaboration is taking place with Connected Digital Economy Catapult and the Met Office to develop applications and services using real-time transport and environmental data. We are engaging a group of SMEs with whom to work on this through Sunderland Software City, who are also match-funding the project with ERDF funding.Disruptive idea – Sentiment Mapping for Transport Systems: Working with OpenCityLabs (an SME) on its CommonPlace project, which is using new data streams (e.g. from social media) to carry out ‘sentiment analysis’ to optimise the design and operation of transport systems. Innovative techniques such as sentiment analysis give all citizens a genuine opportunity to participate in the design of their city, town or neighbourhood. We are now developing this to be a tool for establishing the near-real-time needs of travellers and responding to them.As an example demonstrator project: TSC is integrating and collaborating with SMEs and large commercial automotive companies. Opportunity to engage with SMEsLead discussion on Autonomous Vehicle Systems & Transport on Demand servicesPlay a major role in the development and implementation of standards and protocols for autonomous vehiclesUse the Milton Keynes Innovation Centre to connect organisations and provide a focus for research and developmentEngaging and creating opportunities to work with SMEsThought leadership – Autonomous Vehicle Systems Test and Development PlatformsInnovation Centre – Use Milton Keynes as the test bed and the innovation centre to focus the research.
  • Our outstanding ability to bring together the companies needed to design, develop and deliver large infrastructure projects makes the UK a global source for such projects – witness Heathrow Terminal 5 and landmark projects in the Middle East. We are globally recognised as having excellent transport management capability (as illustrated by the Olympics and Paralympics) and proven ability to innovate and integrate systems (exemplified by TfL’s Oyster Card system).Despite these successes, there is an opportunity for the UK to do much more. Technology is increasingly supporting what is becoming known as ‘Intelligent Mobility’. This describes the vision of a future where goods and passengers can be transported seamlessly and efficiently along and between different transport modes supported by technology-based systems which respond to overarching needs. Despite these successes, there is an opportunity for the UK to do much more. Technology is increasingly supporting what is becoming known as ‘Intelligent Mobility’. This describes the vision of a future where goods and passengers can be transported seamlessly and efficiently along and between different transport modes supported by technology-based systems which respond to overarching needs.
  • Integrated Transport Competition - In field solutions elevator pitches (3 of 3)

    1. 1. Neil Hoose Chase Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    2. 2. “Regional Integrated Mobility Enterprise” Not for profit Company Limited by guarantee Public sector Stakeholders Data Collector/collator Data Owner Core Stakeholders Private sector Stakeholders Service Co-ordinator Centre of Knowledge Centre of Excellence Centre of Strategic Management Copyright of the CHASE organisation . No license is granted to use, reproduce any content without prior permission. Any authorized copies made by any method must also include this legend. © 2012 RIME starts from Organisational Collaboration not Technological Capability 2
    3. 3. Data Fixed, historic and real time External Data RIME Sourced Data Better decisions Lower costs Improved delivery Money Subscription, Paid for services Service Data Collection Data Collation Product Data Portal Information Toolset Member Outcomes Movement patterns Business process performance Service information Data Management Copyright of the CHASE organisation . No license is granted to use, reproduce any content without prior permission. Any authorized copies made by any method must also include this legend. © 2012 3rd Parties create their own Products & Services “Web”, “Apps”, publication to specific 3rd party customer groups
    4. 4. Ann Duncan Ecospeed Marine Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
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    7. 7. Matthew Clark Steer davies gleave Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    8. 8. Workshop Agenda Ι Introductions Ι Review proposal Ι Highlights of findings from existing data sources Ι Review of experience from overseas Ι Key analysis of cycle hire member data Ι Key analysis of cycle hire trip data Ι Long list of potential market segments for short listing Ι Next steps 8
    9. 9. Using data to understand and inform travellers Ι Independent Transport Consultancy with over 35 years experience Ι Wide range of expertise in solving transport problems Ι Insight through data analysis with key players in Urban Mobility ■ ■ Expanding the market for Cycle Hire in London ■ Ι Understanding the Barclays Cycle Hire Market Developing the market for Car Clubs Taking data sets and repurposing for on the go travel information ■ ■ Multi-modal journey planners that use open source data Intuitive online tools for ‘nudging’ the use of sustainable transport 9
    10. 10. Sam Chapman The Floow Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    11. 11. Proprietary and Confidential Who we are? • The Floow: Sheffield telematics company focusing on: 1. Telematic data capture 2. Telematic data analysis • Strong Science background PhDs and FIA* • Blue Chip clients within worldwide motor insurance • Mission: making vehicles safer and cheaper for all Copyright © 2013 The Floow Limited. All rights reserved. * Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries 11
    12. 12. Proprietary and Confidential What we do? Social, personal, any format Telematic data originated from Smartphones and any device (FtV, SI etc) Environmental, contextual, any format Information integration and contextual enrichment World-scale geo storage and indexing Un-interpreted, enriched Data Interpreted, enriched Data (e.g. Scored Data) Insurance Professionals Copyright © 2013 The Floow Limited. All rights reserved. Floow Analytics & Services Policy holders & family members 12
    13. 13. Colin Balfour Traak Systems Ltd Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    14. 14.          Real-time predictive analytics Analyse real-time and historical data Data agnostic Patterns, “needle in the haystack” Thousands of events per second Leverage existing data Transport data from roads, railways, airports Examples include: UTMC, SCOOT loops, ANPR, Bluetooth, other sensors, mobile, weather, social media Real-time, dynamic, personalised solutions e.g. journey time predictions, smart parking © 2013 Traak Systems Ltd
    15. 15.        “Problem owners”, Local Authorities with transport challenges and problems e.g. congestion, parking, pollution Large data sets in different silos Real-time plus ideally several years of historical data Partners with complementary skill sets Contact: Colin Balfour E-mail: colin.balfour@traak.com Phone: 07900 643321 © 2013 Traak Systems Ltd
    16. 16. Michael Youngman Technology Delivered Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
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    19. 19. Richard Adlington Transport Systems Catapult Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    20. 20. Transport Systems Catapult A vision of the future - INTELLIGENT MOBILITY • Part of a world-leading network of technology and innovation centres • Bridge the gap between businesses, academia, research and government • Long-term investment to transform the UK’s ability to create new products and services • Open up global opportunities for the UK and generate sustained economic growth for the future • Being established and overseen by the Technology Strategy Board
    21. 21. INNOVATION • Modally agnostic perspective and remit for transport integration • Developing key facilities used to test demonstrators and infield solutions • Wide range and influential networks • Already carrying out a small number of innovative projects COORDINATING ROLE INTEGRATION Richard Adlington Email: richard.adlington@ts.catapult.org.uk Tel: + 44 (0) 1908 847018 Mob: +44 (0) 7984 003090 www.ts.catapult.org.uk COLLABORATION
    22. 22. Walter Tuttlebee WTIS Ltd Integrated transport: in-field solutions Transport Knowledge Transfer Network enquires@transportktn.org www.transportktn.org
    23. 23. Wireless Technology Innovation & Strategy WTIS Ltd Integrated Transport – Open Standards Why ? The proprietary approach has benefits…but for whom ? The ICT providers / system integrators get to rewrite system software – a good model for re-use & making good profits The problem owner feels special, unique & valued A Changed World Standards are proven to create much larger markets cf 6bn mobile phones on the planet This would be impossible without open standards Telecom standards have evolved rapidly to become global 1-voice, 2-Internet, 3-now machine-to-machine time, The new ETSI M2M standard offers interoperability, scalability, extensibility and the potential to evolve from initial services to additional advanced service capabilities over without having to buy new systems
    24. 24. Wireless Technology Innovation & Strategy WTIS Ltd InterDigital is a member of the oneM2M consortium … has created a reference R&D implementation of the ETSI standard platform … has opened its European R&D office in Tech City in the UK this year … wish to brainstorm and explore, transport-based applications and prove & evolve the technology … is offering use of its R&D platform into the Integrated Transport competition We would welcome discussions, particularly with problem owners from all sectors, to create value-added use cases Dr Walter Tuttlebee Wireless Technology Innovation & Strategy Email: walter.tuttlebee@wtisltd.com Thank You

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