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Dear all,

ITS World Congress 2009 is now only few hours away and we hope you are ready. We are!

The CVIS team has set up an impressive set of demonstrations of cooperative systems (v2v and v2i based technologies and applications). We can offer you not less than four types of demonstrations:

1. Public road tour where you will be able to experience 12 CVIS applications
2. Test track demonstrations at the Cooperative Systems Demo Area where CVIS is presenting amongst others joint work with SAFESPOT and COOPERS projects
3. Theatrical play on cooperative systems at the Demonstration Theatre (the play is jointly prepared with SAFESPOT)
4. Simulator demonstrations at the European Commission stand (joint work with SAFESPOT)
In addition when you visit these congress highlights you can also win exclusive prizes.

Interested? Learn more from the CVIS Live! brochure.

See you soon and have a nice trip!

CVIS Consortium

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CVIS Live! at ITS WC 2009 CVIS Live! at ITS WC 2009 Document Transcript

  • Live! at ITS Stockholm 2009 Proudly presented in Stockholm by: 1
  • Partner list The CVIS success has been built on dedicated work from these partners; European Road Transport Telematics ERTICO – Stiftelsen SINTEF SINTEF Implementation Coordination ITS Europe Swedish Road Administration SRA Organisation SCRL Technolution BV TEChNO 5T SRL 5T Tele Atlas NV TA Thales Alenia Space France TAS-F Telecom Italia SpA TI Autoroutes du Sud de la France ASF Transport for London TfL BAE Systems (Operations) Ltd BAES ATC Advanced Technology Centre Thetis SpA ThETIS Robert Bosch GmbH BOSCh Thomas Miller & Co. LTD Thomas Miller Mizar Mediaservice SP.A. MMS Netherlands Organisation for Applied TNO Scientific Research FUNDACIO PRIVADA RACC RACC Vialis Traffic BV Vialis Department for Transport DfT Vodafone Pilotentwicklung GMBH VPE C.R.F. Societa’ Consortile per Azioni CRF Volvo Technology AB VOLVO Daimler AG Daimler Imperial College of Science, IMPERIAL Forum of European National Highway FEhRL Technology and Medicine, Centre for Research Laboratories Transport Studies German Aerospace Center e.V. DLR Advanced Vehicles and Vehicle Control AVVC EFKON AG EFKON Knowledge Center Makewave AB MAKEWAVE Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft hTW Cork Institute of Technology CIT des Saarlandes Highways Agency hA mm-lab GmbH mm-lab Infoblu SpA Infoblu Institut National de Recherche en INRIA Informatique et en Automatique Laboratoire Central des Ponts et LCPC Chaussées Centre National de la Recherche CNRS Scientifique Kapsch TrafficCom AB Kapsch Istituto Superiore Mario Boella ISMB Logica Nederland BV. Logica Intempora SA INTEMPORA Mapflow Limited Mapflow Provincie Noord-Brabant PNB Vlaamse Overheid VLO Land Hessen hessen Mizar Automazione SpA Mizar ATC SpA ATC NAVTEQ BV NAVTEQ LACROIX TRAFIC LACROIX Peek Traffic BV Peek Communauté Urbaine de Lyon Grand Lyon Promotion of Operational Links with POLIS Integrated Services Vodafone Group Services GmbH VGSG Planung Transport Verkehr AG PTV Vialis Traffic BV Vialis Q-Free ASA QF Ygomi Europe Service Limited Liability Ygomi Europe Kft Company RAMSYS Vagyonkezelõ és Tanácsadó Ramsys Részvénytársaság Lindholmen Science Park LSP REGIENOV Renault MAT.TRAFFIC MT Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat RWS TRIALOG TRIALOG The Cooperative Vehicle–Infrastructure Siemens AG Siemens Systems (CVIS) project is supported by the European Commission’s Sixth Framework Programme for Research. 2
  • CVIS Story On a sunny March day in 2006 a consortium of more than 60 partners came together to kick-off a joint venture of a scale rarely seen in Europe, or the rest of the world. What drove them together was a shared vision, a vision of a cooperative future. A place where leading European public authorities, vehicle manufacturers, infrastructure system providers, system integrators, service providers, road operators, universities and research institutes could come together and develop the foundations of a world where vehicles could talk to other vehicles and with road side infrastructure. The final goal is clear: safe, efficient and pleasurable mobility with minimised impact on the environment. A project with a somewhat strange acronym, CVIS (Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems) was brought to life, supported by the European Commission. Three years have passed since that day and through hard work, sweat and tears, but a lot of fun as well, the project consortium has developed a blue print (architecture) for the cooperative world, an open platform for vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication and a set of reference applications which can be used to bring promised benefits to our daily lives. Through CVIS Live! we proudly present to you the results from the joint work of more than 60 partners and we hope that you will join us in our future efforts on reaching the promised land! Come and touch the future with CVIS Live! CVIS consortium Contacts Join the CVIS Forum and find out more at www.cvisproject.org Or contact: Paul Kompfner CVIS Coordinator +32 2 400 07 00 cvis@mail.ertico.com 3 View slide
  • Cooperative Systems Demonstration CVIS project, together with the two other European Commission supported integrated projects, SAFESPOT and COOPERS, are stepping up a gear and are showcasing the latest results of the European research on Cooperative Systems. Let us show you how cooperation between vehicles and infrastructure can improve… • efficiency on the roads, leading to less congestion, lower fuel consumption, and CO2 emissions • safety, by informing each other of the potential hazards on the roads and intersections To reach the cooperative nirvana, we need to work together. CVIS, SAFESPOT and COOPERS will showcase vehicles and infrastructures from the different projects cooperating for the benefit of all. The demonstrations will take place at the Cooperative Systems demonstration area outside the eastern entrance of the Congress centre. Timetable 09:00 – 17.00 (every day except Friday, which ends just after lunch) 09:00 – 09:30 Cooperative Efficiency session 10:00 – 10:30 Cooperative Safety session 11:00 – 11:30 Let’s cooperate session 12:30 – 13:00 Cooperative Efficiency session 13:30 – 14:00 Cooperative Safety session 14:30 – 15:00 Let’s cooperate session 15:30 – 16:00 Cooperative Efficiency session 16:30 – 17:00 Cooperative Safety session Please register at the Cooperative Tent in the parking area outside the Congress centre (eastern entrance). 4 View slide
  • Public Road Tour Why not take a ride in one of our demonstrator vehicles and experience how the task of driving will be supported by cooperative technologies and applications? You will be well taken care of by our technology and application experts. The tour will focus on: • Technologies needed for cooperation (communications, positioning, lifetime maintenance) • Applications for enhanced driving experience • Benefits of cooperative systems Timetable Every 15 minutes between 10:00 and 17:15 (final tour) Please register at the Cooperative Tent in the parking area outside the Congress centre (eastern entrance). 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 7 6 3 5 4 5
  • Demonstration Theatre Feel like an exciting cultural experience? Why not visit the Cooperative Systems play at the Demo Theatre where CVIS will be part of the demonstration on cooperative systems, showing how different interested parties can collaborate to achieve the ideal combination for efficient, secure and green transport. Timetable The Cooperative Systems play can be seen on 22/9 at 12:00, 23/9 at 13:00, 24/9 and 25/9 at 11:00. No registration needed! 6
  • European Commission Stand At the EC stand (L20), there will be a joint exhibit by CVIS and SAFESPOT, presenting at one location, all the main components of the cooperative systems world: a truck that visitors can drive in a simulated world, a traffic light powering up the cooperative road, and a video wall explaining cooperative applications and technologies. Timetable Whenever it suits you! 7
  • Your way to Live! te Public Road Tour Rou Stand L20 8
  • tion istra Reg Demo Theatre 9
  • Live! for press Stop Press! The CVIS team are offering exclusive preview demonstrations to journalists where they will be able to experience the future of cooperative mobility. The press will have unrestricted access to the technology enabling vehicles and road infrastructure to communicate. There will be public road tours and private demonstrations of how the major components of cooperative systems technology work. Journalists will have the full attention of the CVIS team who will be on hand to answer queries and fully explain the development and potential of the technology exhibited. When: 21 September 12:00 – 14:00 CVIS will be holding a press briefing followed by drinks/lunch where the Project Leaders will hold an audience with journalists. Just after the lunch, journalists will get access to cooperative demonstrations. When: 22 September 11:30 – 12:30: ERTICO – ITS Europe Room If these times do not fit your schedule, we will do our utmost to show you around during other times/days. Please contact Philippa Zamora +32 (0)2 400 07 34 p.zamora@mail.ertico.com for any query. 10
  • CVIS Application Innovation Contest Award Ceremony In order to demonstrate the true openness of its innovative architecture and reference platform, CVIS launched the Application Innovation Contest beginning of 2009. The purpose of this contest was to make the ITS community aware of the CVIS concept and demonstrate its possibilities by selecting the most promising applications and supporting the contest-winning teams to develop and present their applications at the ITS World Congress 2009 in Stockholm. The Application Innovation Contest was open to all potential Europe-based companies (public, private and individual) that are ready to develop CVIS-compliant applications. After the first assessment phase, 17 short-listed candidates and companies were invited to develop their applications using the software development kit provided by CVIS. The following four applications have been selected by a jury panel representing the automotive, infrastructure and services sectors, based on the following: • Look and feel of the applications • Potential impact of the application (efficiency and/or safety impact) • Innovative aspects of the application • Compliance of the developed application with the CVIS system concept Company Name Name of application LodgON Wim De Munck Multi-modal Vehicle Social Networking (VSN) Halmstad Kristoffer Lidstroem Pedestrian Crossing Warning Ygomi/Connexis Jean-Francois Gaillet Evolutive Vehicle Assistant/Eco-Driving CIT Gary O’ Connor Commercial Vehicular Agent System Timetable The final decision The gold, silver, bronze prizes (€25,000, €15,000 and €10,000) will be about gold, silver and presented to the winners on 24 September, 15:30, at the Cooperative bronze prizes will be Tent in the parking area outside the Congress centre (eastern entrance). taken by you, the conference participants CVIS is providing the Software Development Kit (CVIS SDK) to facilitate and delegates; so check the development and deployment of cooperative applications for out the three finalist in-vehicle and roadside equipment. applications at the The CVIS SDK is available free of charge for pre-commercial development Cooperative Tent and from cvis_foam_developers@mail.ertico.com cast your vote before 14:00 on 24 September. 11
  • CVIS Papers and Sessions Paper 3842 “The RTMaps software, an integration Paper 3255 “Regional scale real-time origin- platform for multi-partner cooperative projects destination matrix estimation technique and developing multi-sensor applications” deployment results” Technical Session 048, 22 September 2009, Interactive Session 31, 24 September 2009, 11.00 - 12.30 14.00 - 15.30 Paper 3548 “Communication subsystems role in Paper 3507 “Urban strategic routing in CVIS” a cooperative scenario” Technical Session 091, 24 September 2009, Paper 3993 “Cooperative systems for traffic safety. 14.00 - 15.30 Will existing wireless access technologies meet the “International challenges of vehicle-infrastructure communication requirements?” cooperative systems” Technical Session 016, 22 September 2009, Special Interest Session 53, 24 September 2009, 14.00 - 15.30 16.00 - 17.30 Paper 3114 “Optimal speed profile trajectory “Towards a pan European architecture for cooperative computation for vehicle approach at intersection systems: the PRE-DRIVE C2X, COMeSafety and with adaptive traffic control”, Francesco Alesiani, E-FRAME projects” Mizar Automazione SpA, Italy Special Interest Session 17, 25 September 2009, Interactive Session 06, 22 September 2009, 09.00 - 10.30 14.00 - 15.30 “Services deployment challenges for Paper 3765 “CVIS - cooperative monitoring cooperative mobility” for Intelligent Transportation Systems” Executive Session 14, 25 September 2009, Technical Session 056, 22 September 2009, 11.00 - 12.30 14.00 - 15.30 Paper 3472 “The CVIS communication platform - “Green ITS: applying cooperative ICT for energy- how open systems created interoperability between efficient and environment-friendly mobility” the three major eSafety projects CVIS, SAFESPOT Special Interest Session 04, 23 September 2009, and COOPERS” 09.00 - 10.30 Paper 3484 “CALM in Europe - how CALM standards “Towards safer, cleaner and smarter mobility enables European interoperability” with cooperative systems” Technical Session 111, 25 September 2009, Special Interest Session 44, 23 September 2009, 11.00 - 12.30 16.00 - 17.30 Paper 3771 “Reflections on cooperative urban Paper 3201 “The integration of CVIS technologies applications - truly cooperative, Jaap Vreeswijk” within a real-time urban traffic environment” Technical Session 112, 25 September 2009, Technical Session 071, 24 September 2009, 11.00 - 12.30 09.00 - 10.30 Paper 2928 “Road vehicle positioning at the lane level based on GNSS integration with enhanced maps” Paper 3808 “Multi-hypothesis map-matching using particle filtering” Technical Session 079, 24 September 2009, 11.00 - 12.30 12
  • CVIS at Intertraffic Intertraffic Amsterdam is the world’s leading trade fair for the infrastructure, traffic management, safety and parking sectors. Launched in 1972 and celebrating its 20th edition in 2010, the event attracts over 20,000 visitors from more than 100 countries. With innovation being a prime ingredient, 800 global exhibitors present their solutions and services for traffic related issues. Concurrent with Intertraffic, the beautiful city of Amsterdam will also be host to a brand new top notch showcase, focusing on vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems and based on the final results achieved by the R&D projects CVIS, SAFESPOT and COOPERS, supported by the European Union’s Sixth Framework programme of research. The Showcase will comprise the i&CDrive exhibition, while the European projects will present a variety of on-road demonstrations and co-organise the international Cooperative Mobility conference featuring VIP and executive speakers and world experts on cooperative systems. For more information about both events, the preliminary conference programme and an opportunity to register, visit the Intertraffic/ i&CDrive stand or go to www.icdrive.eu and www.intertraffic.com 13
  • Touch the future CVIS is the most complete and most advanced ITS platform of today. The developed platform, which was developed for research purposes, is however cumbersome considering the size, power supply and installation possibilities. Keeping the straight focus on deployment, the CVIS family is taking a new step and aiming at the ground-breaking CVIS2.0; a smaller and more integrated platform useful for Field Operational Tests (FOTs) and pilot studies. Watch this space… 14
  • Live! prizes Visit to Trondheim cooperative test site (incl. flight, hotel, tailored visit to the Trondheim TS) This prize entitles you to a trip to the beautiful Norwegian city of Trondheim, airfares and overnight hotel stay for 2 persons and a VIP visit to a unique test site for new ITS Technology! “Test Site Norway” is the primary Norwegian site for testing and validation of new ITS technology, applications and services. It is quite unique and includes the main road network in the city of Trondheim. During your visit you will be guided by some of Q-Free’s highly skilled engineers, giving you an in-depth insight in the cooperative future of ITS. In addition, we will tailor your visit so that you can experience the full beauty of Trondheim city and its beautiful surroundings with your colleague or a partner. Visit to Intertraffic at Amsterdam RAI (A free delegate pass for the i&CDrive Showcase including 3 nights hotel for one person) In addition to visiting Intertraffic Amsterdam, the world’s leading trade fair for the infrastructure, traffic management, safety and parking sectors, (see page 13 for more details), we will help you tailor your visit so that you can experience this magnificent city of canals and 1000 bridges. What do I need to do? Collect 5 or more stamps on the back page while you visit CVIS Live! stations, fill in your contact details below and put this sheet in the contest ballot box at the Cooperative Systems tent close to the eastern entrance! First name: Family name: Company: Email address: Good luck! Please note that depending on your country of residence, you might need to pay tax on these prizes. 15
  • Enjoy CVIS Live!Live! and win exclusive prizes! Visit 5 out of our 8 stations and join the draw for one of following prizes*: 1. VIP visit to Intertraffic 2010 in Amsterdam (incl. hotel, entrance to the Cooperative Mobility Conference) 2. Visit to Trondheim cooperative test site (incl. flight, hotel, tailored visit to the Trondheim TS) Visited CVIS Live! stations Cooperative Systems Demonstration STAMP hERE Public Road Tour STAMP hERE EC stand STAMP hERE Demo Theatre STAMP hERE at Logica internet café STAMP hERE at Q-Free stand STAMP hERE at Volvo stand STAMP hERE at Intertraffic stand STAMP hERE The cooperative lucky winners will be drawn Thursday 17:30 at ERTICO – ITS Europe stand (H20) Supported by: (*) Potential taxes on these prizes will be covered by the winners. Proudly presented in Stockholm by: 16