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Automotive Services and Communications Technologies, a Brief Look into the Future

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Automotive Services and Communications Technologies, a Brief Look into the Future presented by Michael Fritz Manager Corporate Business Development ICT at Fraunhofer.

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Automotive Services and Communications Technologies, a Brief Look into the Future

  1. 1. © Fraunhofer AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES - A BRIEF LOOK INTO THE FUTURE Michael Fritz Manager Corporate Business Development ICT Executive Board Division Technology Marketing and Business Models
  2. 2. © Fraunhofer AGENDA  Key Facts Fraunhofer Fields of Research & Structure of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft  Industrial Data Space - IDS A Fraunhofer Initiative  Fraunhofer Car-to-X Technological challenges Page 2
  3. 3. © Fraunhofer AGENDA  Key Facts Fraunhofer Fields of Research & Structure of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft  Industrial Data Space - IDS A Fraunhofer Initiative  Fraunhofer Car-to-X Technological challenges Page 3
  4. 4. © Fraunhofer The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Largest organization for applied research in Europe The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (founded 1949) undertakes applied research of direct utility to private and public enterprise and of wide benefit to society. About 24,000 staff More than 70% is derived from contracts with industry and from publicly financed research projects. Almost 30% is contributed by the German federal and Länder (local) Governments. 66 institutes and research units ResearchBudget €2 billion 2014 ContractResearch €1.7 billion Headquarters in Munich Dubai Bangalore Jakarta Beijing Seoul Cair o Ampang Santiago de Chile Singapore Brussels Porto Vienn aBolzano Graz Wrocła w Gothenburg Salvador Paris São Paulo Campinas Stellenbosch Boston Plymouth East Lansing San José NewarkMaryland LondonVancouver Storrs Glasgow SouthamptonDublin Budapest Tokyo Sendai Osaka Pretoria Jerusale m Page 4
  5. 5. © Fraunhofer The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft Fields of research Mobility and Transportation Safety and Security Production and Services Health and Environment Communication and Information Energy and Resource Page 5
  6. 6. © Fraunhofer AGENDA  Key Facts Fraunhofer Fields of Research & Structure of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft  Industrial Data Space - IDS A Fraunhofer Initiative  Fraunhofer Car-to-X Technological challenges Page 6
  7. 7. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) The Initiative Page 7
  8. 8. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Baseline for »Industry 4.0« and beyondSystemLevel Industry Sectors* Broadband expansion – latency, jitter, security Broadbandexpansion–datarate Business process and product innovation Automotive manufacturer Electronics and IT Services Logistics Machine engineering Health & Medical Supply Digital business models Added value Internet of Services, development and business process management Information fusion, technical services INDUSTRIAL DATA SPACE Security Internet of Things ∙ broadband infrastructure ∙ device proxies, network protocols Embedded Systems, Real-time level ∙ sensors, actuators , devices Standards Compatibility Page 8 * Ranking according to the Digital Index, Accenture
  9. 9. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Positioning in the current technological landscape Data Lake Pure Internet Completely central, Monopolistic »federal«, secure, trusted, Standard Completely decentral, open, insecure Data Storage Central Repository Decentral Decentral Data Ownership Central Decentral Decentral Data Connection Sole Provider »Federal«, on demand N/A Data Security Bilateral Certified Overall System Bilateral Market Structure Central Provider Role-Based System Unstructured Transport infrastructure Internet Internet Internet Page 9
  10. 10. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Fundamental Principles On Demand Connections Linked Light Semantic Languages Security by Industrial Data Container Certified Roles Page 10
  11. 11. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) New approach – On Demand Connection Service A Service C Service E Service B Service D Service G Service F Company 4 Company 1 Company 6 Company 2 Company 3 Company 5 Page 11
  12. 12. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Industrial Data Container – Analogy to Logistics Track and Trace Data Provenance Goods Issue Slip Data Tagging Lead-Sealing Data Security, Certificate Sender Data Owner Receiver Data User Container- /Palette pool Broker Forwarder, Logistics Service Provider Network Provider Means of transport and route Transmission protocoll Page 12
  13. 13. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Top Level Security Architecture User 1 (customer) Owner (Data supplier) Availability: Monitoring, Routing Source of Data: Signature, anonymization Class of Data: Tagging Limited Propagation: Filter Certifier/ Identity provider Clearing house Proof of trust : Certificate, Identity, Reputation, Contract Provider Trustworth Identity: PKI Level of trust: Certification, Auditing User 2 (customer) Industrial Data Container Encrypted tramperproofed Page 13
  14. 14. © Fraunhofer Industrial Data Space (IDS) Use case: Supporting the mobility of humans by the mobility of data  Linkage and integration of data coming from a vast number of different sources, e.g. map data, vehicle data, weather data, mobility service descriptions or events information. These data sets come from various stakeholders and organizations and they often have proprietary data structures  Goal is to significantly improve the data mobility between all stakeholders by providing a standardized vocabulary using Semantic Web technologies and ontologies  MobiVoc is a project of ITA (Automotive Service Association) in cooperation with partners like BMW, Microsoft, Accenture, Fraunhofer Page 14
  15. 15. © Fraunhofer AGENDA  Key Facts Fraunhofer Fields of Research & Structure of the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft  Industrial Data Space - IDS A Fraunhofer Initiative  Fraunhofer Car-to-X Technological challenges Page 15
  16. 16. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X | Mobile communication landscape Source: http://www.etsi.org/technologies- clusters/technologies/intelligent- transport Page 16
  17. 17. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X Challenges in the scope of communication requirements Current Traffic Status Enriched Navigation Real-time Public Transport Information Car SharingSmart Grid Cooperative Driver Assistance Highly Automated Driving Multi Modal Travel Planning Seamless connectivity of all road users Page 17
  18. 18. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X Challenge: Technical limitations to communication • Many potential users • Functional, even with limited number of usersScalability • Mobility of the deceives  wireless technologies • Coverage of solitary hotspots is often not sufficientAvailability • Requirements per user low (exception: video streaming) • However: In total high data volume due to numerous usersBandwidth • Many use cases in an uncritical range: > 500 ms • Cooperative driver assistance: < 100 ms • Platooning: < 40 ms Latency Page 18
  19. 19. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X Fraunhofer technical solution (scheme) ETSI ITS G5 LTE / 5G Back- bone Page 19
  20. 20. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X Comparison of technologies ETSI ITS G5 LTE / 5G • Local communication • Low latency • Special hardware for vehicles and infrastructure required • No cost for usage • Widely used technology • Seamless networking is easy • Coverage of a large area • High latency, especially compared to ETSI ITS G5 • Cost of usage dictated by telecommunication provider • Dependent on infrastructure development Page 20
  21. 21. © Fraunhofer Fraunhofer Car-to-X Show case: Test vehicle from Fraunhofer ESK (Munich) Antenna Small panel and display Large panel and PC Laser scanner and sensors Page 21

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