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  • 1. ICT PSP Call4 - 2010Theme 1: ICT for a low carbon economy and smart Mobility Objective 1.3: Energy efficient co-operative transport management systems Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112 Emilio Dávila González & Eva Boethius ICT-PSP Infoday. 14 January 2010
  • 2. Objective 1.3 Energy efficient co-operative transport management systems• Aim: to facilitate the uptake and best use of value- added co-operative mobility services in Europe• Outcomes: Set of specifications for cities for Procurement; Testing; Installation; operation and monitoring of state of the art cooperative traffic management systems and services• Based on V2V & V2I comms• Target: significantly improving both safety & energy efficiency of traffic ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 2
  • 3. Objective 1.3 Energy efficient co-operative transport management systemsConditions and characteristics (1)• The pilots should focus on applications for energy efficiency in some of the following key technology areas: - Eco-Traffic Management and Control Systems - Eco-Demand and Access Management Systems - Eco-Navigation and Travel Information Systems - Driver Behaviour Change and Eco-driving Europes Transport Policy principle of co-modality: All modes of transport• Logistics ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 3
  • 4. Objective 1.3 Energy efficient co-operative transport management systemsConditions and characteristics (2)• The pilots should: - Involve national ministries, authorities and operators responsible for transport network operations - Include aspects such as safety, efficiency, sustainability, maintenance, traffic management and travel information - Include participation of industry, user organisations - Show Commitment to plan for long term deployment and sustainability of the systems and services beyond the pilot phase• Interoperability and use of existing European commonly agreed standards are a must ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 4
  • 5. Objective 1.3 Energy efficient co-operative transport management systemsConditions and characteristics (3)• Pilots should be complementary to: - ongoing pilots from previous projects launched under the ICT PSP ("Freilot" www.freilot.eu and "In time” www.in-time-project.eu) - RTD projects within FP• Pilots should focus on enhancing the co-operative element of transport management systems• Proposals should include specific and realistic quantified indicators to monitor progress ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 5
  • 6. Objective 1.3 Energy efficient co-operative transport management systemsFunding Instruments• Pilots Type B• Up to three pilot actions• Up to 4 M€ of EU contributionExpected impact• Contribute to the uptake of European innovative ICT based mobility services for sustainable and energy efficient transport systems (lowering CO2 emissions)• Improve readiness of Member States for investments in upgrading their ICT infrastructures (in particular communication and sensor networks) in support of mobility ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 6
  • 7. Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112Focus and outcomes: To prepare for the deployment of the necessary infrastructure to realise the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call service “eCall” ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 7
  • 8. Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112Conditions and characteristics (1)• Upgrade their PSAPs infrastructure, to handle the 112 emergency call in combination with a pan-European eCall• Use of eCall flag to design the PSAPs in the way best suited to national/local specificities ERO eCall PSAPf ERO ECC eCall ECC ECC PSAP ECC PSAP ECC ECC 112 ECC 112 ECC ERO Manual eCall PSAPf ERO eCall PSAP1 ECC PSAP1 ECC ECC 112 ECC Automatic eCall ECC PSAP2 ECC PSAP2 ECC 112 PSAP2 PSAP2 ECC PSAP2 XXX PSAP2 XXX PSAP2 PSAP2 ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 8
  • 9. Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112Conditions and characteristics (2)• The pilot should include the necessary number of vehicles equipped with eCall and should address: - The implementation of the eCall discriminator ("eCall flag") in the Mobile Network Operators - Transmission of the eCalls to the most appropriate PSAP - PSAPs upgrade to receive and process eCall information - Transmission of the information from the PSAPs to the Traffic Management Centres - Integration of other services within the eCall platform - Other issues to ensure interoperability of pan-European solution, (e.g.:Testing facilities; Interface with EUCARIS ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 9
  • 10. Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112Conditions and characteristics (3)• Use of common European standards http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/esafety/ecallstandards• Commitment to plan for long term deployment and sustainability of the eCall service beyond the pilot phase• Build on the work of the "EuropeaneCall Implementation Platform"• Proposals should include specific and realistic quantified indicators to monitor progress at different stages in the project life ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 10
  • 11. Objective 1.4: Support to eCall implementation based on 112Funding instruments• Pilot Type A• 5 M€ of EU contribution• Accelerating the deployment of the pan-European eCall serviceExpected impact• Accelerating the deployment other ICT based public & private services and applications supported by the eCall telematics platform - such as electronic tolling systems, hazardous goods tracking, etc• Reinforcing consensus and partnerships among the stakeholders to support the roll-out of these priority services across Europe ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 11
  • 12. Objectives 1.3 & 1.4 More informationeSafety Website:http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/esafety/ecall/index_en.htmeCall standardshttp://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/esafety/ecallstandards/eSafetySupport website (eCall Toolbox) www.eSafetySupport.orgCOMeSafetywww.comesafety.org ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 12
  • 13. Thanks for your attention Francisco Ferreira Francisco.Ferrerira@ec.europa.eu Eva Boethius Eva.Boethius@ec.europa.eu Emilio Dávila González Emilio.Davila-Gonzalez@ec.europa.eu ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 13
  • 14. More information: FREILOT www.freilot.eu A holistic approach towards energy efficient urban freight• Reduce fuel consumption by 25%• Pilot from April 2009 – October 2011 Bilbao, Helmond, Lyon, Krakow• Expand the implementation ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 14
  • 15. More information : IN-TIME www.in-time-project.eu• Goal: Implementation of a pan-European multimodal Real-Time Travel Information System - standardised harmonised interface between operators and service providers - Reduction of energy consumption of the single traveller by changing his travel behaviour• Impact: - modal shift away from individual traffic: - improved customer acceptance of PT operation. - reduction of road traffic jams - improved safety - higher mobility of people and goods across different transport modes through the provision of accessible and reliable information services - reducing emissions through an improved traffic management system. - lowering energy consumption ICT-PSP Infoday. 14/01/2010 : Slide 15

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