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  • 1. Multimodality for People and Goods : the Instant Mobility Project June 2011
  • 2. Presentation Summary o The FI-PPP Programme Context o Optimizing Urban Moves & Mobility o The Instant Mobility project in more details
  • 3. The FP7 PPP-Future Internet Source : http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/foi/lead/fippp/index_en.htm
  • 4. Presentation Summary o The FI-PPP Programme Context o Optimizing Urban Moves & Mobility o The Instant Mobility project in more details
  • 5. Urban Mobility and IntermodalityNumerous initiatives are today adressing transports optimization in urban areas . Among them: Some looks at improving the use of Public Transportation means:  Means occupancy rates vary today from 25 to 46 % in the best case (Paris area, STIF data) Some attempt to optimize car and trucks traffic in cities Some promote alternative transports means (car sharing, bicycles, …) Some aims to push intermodality (use of multiple means) … Improvements requires now to address the widest possible scope in mobility optimization & to target the global optimisation of transports and space in urban areas
  • 6. A mix of Macro and Micro views In transportation, optimizing moves has many meanings :  For local autorities : a statistical view  having more people transported for the same cost  Polluting less by lowering the amount of traffic jams, …  For travellers & drivers : an individual concern  Moving faster, in a more comfortable way, cheaper …  For Public Transport Operators : looking for better operations  Adjusting demand and offer, while ensuring increasing safety and security needs  Adapting more dynamically to events and expectations,…  For professional drivers and Car fleets members : ressources efficiency  Better access and use of urban space and ressources Global optimisation requires to simultaneously address these meanings both in their micro and macro dimensions
  • 7. Optimization Directions Optimization of Urban Transportation may be achieved by different ways :  Limiting and avoiding moves  Leisure moves versus required utilitarian moves, …  Enhancing existing means of transportation  Tramways versus busses generalisation, driverless buses, …  Enhancing uses of means of transportation  Better car pooling & car sharing, …  Enhancing the moving environment  Managing urban space & crossroads, …  Providing new ways of moving  Bicycle pools in cities, community electric cars, … Each depending on exchanges from others
  • 8. Presentation Summary o The FI-PPP Programme Context o Optimizing Urban Moves & Mobility o The Instant Mobility project in more details
  • 9. Multimodality for people and goods in urban areas In the Instant Mobility vision, every journey and every transport movement is part of a fully connected and self-optimising ecosystem. Whatever the travellers situation (office, home, on-trip…) Instant Mobility will deliver useful Future Internet enabled services. The traveller will receive personalised and real-time solutions to support him reaching his destination according to for instance real-time traffic status, public transport availability along his journey. Instant Mobility will develop sustainable transportation practices with a dedicated focus on sharing modalities of all kind of vehicles. Instant Mobility will also provide new ways to optimize urban traffic. Fleet operators’ management and goods delivery monitoring are key components of Instant Mobility holistic vision of urban mobility. All this made possible through a web of online services using a new Transport and Mobility Future Internet…
  • 10. Complementary Use Cases / Scenarios Sc. 1 – Multimodal travel made easy  This scenario will show the possibilities provided by the availability of complete multi-modal travel information and the capabilities provided by additional competing third party services Sc. 2 – the sustainable car  This scenario will demonstrate privacy friendly ways to collect travel information from current and future travellers and drivers and the car usage optimisation that its anonymous processing will provide. Sc. 3 – collective transport 2.0  This scenario will show the benefits of a coordinated multi-modal information exchange in a traveller oriented way, between multiple public transport operators and the benefits of a fully dematerialized dynamic payment system Sc. 4 – trucks and the city  This scenario will address the topic of urban space usage optimisation and regulation for trucks and goods related issues Sc. 5 – online traffic & infrastructure management  This scenario will address the topic of traffic optimisation and the benefits expected both for cities and users of a smart use of real-time information The Scenarios will fuel a managed data exchange platform in PPP-FI phase 2
  • 11. The Future Internet hypothesis The FI-PPP speak for “a Future Internet hypothesis”:  FI-PPP request its actors to imagine tomorrow Internet capabilities (called enablers)  This is not rocket science as things on a worldwide scale evolves more slowly than new ideas  However, it forces to imagine what will be of widespread & common use in 5 to 10 years  Instant Mobility makes three such assumptions:  Availability as needed of location information of each possible transport element and/or each traveller (all the time, anywere, in real time)  Availability of immediat communication with guaranteed QOS for the required bandwith (anyware, anytime)  Capability to provide specifically crafted solutions to each traveller and adjust it in real time (simultaneously for millions of travellers) With first answers in four years and improvement over time
  • 12. Betting on “Complete Information”What kind of travel optimisation would be possible if for someone knowing continuously and in real time ? The location and destination of each traveller  Including their requirements and preferences (travelling with a pet, blind person,…) The location and status of each possible means of transports  Each bus, tram, taxi, private car, bicycle, …The INSTANT MOBILITY project assume that: This information may be made available in a secure & privacy safe way It will become possible to greatly optimize urban mobility using such “Complete Information” It is possible to devise some “leader services” able to start the creation of the overall system (collecting & publishing this information) Instant Mobility will define such a system and prove its feasibility
  • 13. Instant Mobility main objectives (1)1. Define, specify and validate a real-time multi-modal navigation and planning subsystem to optimally match individual journey request with available means of transportation, including private ones  real time continuous update of means of transportation and travellers for travels individual planning2. Define, specify and simulate the Instant Mobility framework for Mobile Devices to automate multi-modal transport solution offers  Automate sharing of cars space (car pooling/sharing on the fly)3. Define, specify and prototype a common vocabulary for real-time localization, destination and capabilities of public and private transport information  Publish PTO information in a standardized way
  • 14. Instant Mobility main objectives (2)4. Define a dematerialized multi-modal automated payment system for nomadic devices  Allow multi-modal virtual payment (billing & pricing)5. Study the acceptability and safety conditions for a generalization of demand-driven multi-modal transportation in particular using social networking tools  Guarantee acceptability and promote the system6. Multi-modal freight transport in urban areas based on customers profiling  Integrate management of parcels, trucks and parking in real time7. Demand-driven transportation  Study the impacts of exactly knowing all travel plans and provide transport recommandations on global and local levels
  • 15. Structure of INSTANT MOBILITY ProjectFive functional WP WP3 : Scenarios  Define complementary sets of Use case /scenarios WP4 : Enablers specifications  Specify the required enablers to implement the scenarios WP5 : Prototypes  Demonstrate feasibility and prototype critical issues WP6 Societal Issues  Address Security, privacy and acceptability issues  Identify best business cases for project success WP7 : Dissemination  Make the project largely known and capitalize on it
  • 16. The Instant Mobility data platform Producer side Real-time data Collection People data Commercial Equipped Public Other & social Fleets private Transports sources … networks & trucks Vehicles Data validation, Public organisation , Authorities annotation & constraints Presentation Instant Mobility Services Platform Consumer side Data set User selection preferences Optimisation loop Individualy User Request optimized Constraints &(& info/location transport offer / user preferences update) solution
  • 17. A consortium addressing all major issues Telecoms Transportation Urban planning Navigation and georeferencing Logistic (last mile) Car Equipment Cities User associations Professional drivers Social Networks ...
  • 18. Thank Youhttp://www.instant-mobility.org/