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The value of opening up you business for collaboration is demonstrated using examples from traffic. Our goal is to demonstrate the "Integrated Operations (IO)" is the new way of working together, the …

The value of opening up you business for collaboration is demonstrated using examples from traffic. Our goal is to demonstrate the "Integrated Operations (IO)" is the new way of working together, the way where companies bring their assets into a common business operation. The oil & gas industry in Norway has joined under the IO umbrella, but it is applicable to other areas.

The presentation shows examples from traffic like TomTom Life, Flight information, Train information as inputs for Open Data. The examples provided from Oslo show that delays costs as much as 95 MNOK/month and in Germany as much as 250 MEuro/day, thus connecting people has the potential of reducing these costs.

An example of using open data for the Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) suggests that the value of these open data accounts for more than 5.7 billion NOK/year (680 million EUR/year).

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  • 1. CWI DnD - Computer Society - MemberMeeting - June 2011 Potential and Value of opening Traffic Data represented by: on behalf of the Josef Noll, Professor Center for Wireless University of Oslo/UNIK Innovation Norway josef@unik.no CWI Norway (http://cwin.no) June 2011, Josef Nolltirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 2. CWIContent• Traffic data = transport data• Examples of open transport data – OpenStreetMap - Transiki - Zürich – TomTom Life – Flight information – JBV train information• The value of open (traffic) data• Privacy aspects• Conclusions The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 2tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 3. Map comparison CWI Norgeskart OpenStreetMap Google maps The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 3tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 4. From OpenStreetmap to Transiki CWIto Bing• Transiki, open transport data on OpenStreetMap• Goal: online information on trains, bus, tram • Steve Coast • founder of OpenStreetMap 23Nov2010, opengeodata.org The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 4tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 5. CWIFlight information• Search engines to use open transport data• Value for customers @OSL: > 5.700.000.000 NOK/year – OSL: 19 Mio passengers in 2010 – Search engines average 10 destinations provide price, time, convenience – assumed price advantage 300 kr/trip Oslo-Stockholm [travelmarket.no] The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 5tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 6. CWI“Integrated Operations” in transport• Missing: Integrated transport – “From Oslo to Svolvær with train, flight, boat, bus”? – combined travel Haugenstua to Mainz (flight & train) [Wikipedia] The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 6tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 7. CWI“Integrated Operations” in transport• Missing: Integrated transport – “From Oslo to Svolvær with train, flight, boat, bus”? – combined travel Haugenstua to Mainz (flight & train) [Wikipedia] The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 6tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 8. CWIOnline traffic• Example: TomTom• TomTom HD traffic in Nov 2007 using Vodafone network data in NL• TomTom Live in Oct 2010 – using Telenor SIM in the Nordic Market – update every 2nd minute• API for 3rd party – Antenne Bayern: “more accurate” The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 7tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 9. CWIValue for companies• Travel planning Traffic Berlin – fastest way to customer – prediction of arrival time – optimize• Integration into business costs: 250 MEuro/day in DE [Focus.de] – with privacy function Traffic Zürich The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 8tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 10. And this is what we have all CWIwaited for: 20 11 9. May • Police uses TomTom data to optimise radar source: http://02mydafsoup-01.soup.io/post/ 130306404/Das-Gesch-ft-mit-den-Verkehrsdaten, 9. May 2011 The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 9tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 11. CWICosts of delay rated tion? integ unica comm n t i nme Soc ialTa The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 10tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 12. CWIJernbaneverket - open data• SIRI - real time information m.jbv.no – available now• CPS central positioning system (Feb 2011, >250 trains in 2011) – BaneEnergy 1/minute – NSB 1/second – CargoNet 1/5min [source: JBV & Thomas Ekdahl] The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway - CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research June 2011, Josef Noll 11tirsdag 7. juni 2011
  • 13. What is missing: CWISocialTainment My trust network 0.9 0.3 0.9 0.9 0.5• “With whom to travel?” F igure 2. The layered representation of the proposed fra mework.• ShareNode layer Node layer contains hundreds of nodes such as devices, sensors and actuators data?• Trust-based privacy over the whole railway infrastructure. Some of them are very small in size having limited batte Preferences• Information and your forward data only, e.g. the temperature sensors. Some of the d and are used for collect and social life Topic F igure 2. The layered representation of the proposed fra mework. aggregate and filter data. The nodes deliver collected data to the middleware layer and som Context Roles – Entertainment Node layer contains hundreds of nodes such as devices, sensors and Node layer receive feedback or suggestions from the middleware layer andIdentitiesperform actions, e. thereby can – Infotainment whole railway infrastructure. Some of them are very small in size having lim over the mechanical device. Thanks to Vladimir Oleshchuk for – Socialtainment for collect and forward data and discussions and are used ideas only, e.g. the temperature sensors. Some Networ k layer In order to communicate, each node is equipped with one or multiple com The Center for Wireless Innovation Norway -nodes deliver collected data to the middleware layer aggregate and filter data. The CWIN.no - Enabling Collaborative Research interfaces. Some of the nodes work alone, while some other work in a group. Nodes working June 2011, Josef Noll 12 receive feedback or suggestions from the middleware layer and thereby can perform atirsdag 7. juni 2011 form a network within themselves and such network can be permanent or ad-hoc may
  • 14. Conclusions CWI • Costs for delays – Oslo: 95 MNOK/month (BI) – DE: 250 MEuro/day (focus) • The value of open data – OSL: > 5.7 BNOK/year – Economy? • Integrated Transport Data – for Norway • Open Issues – trust-based privacy – SocialTainment Collaborative Radio & Operation, the driver for cost-effective future wireless broadband networks September 2010, Josef Noll 13tirsdag 7. juni 2011