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Transportation 2011

  1. 1. IBM Intelligent Transportation forSmarter CitiesElcio Queiroz © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. Innovative leaders create opportunities from today’s harsh realities Sustainability Investment Innovation Community Declining Increasing Budgets Threats Aging Changing Infrastructure Populations2 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. With increasing experience, best practice patterns become visible 2006 2009 2010 Experienced: Traffic Management Identified: What data is most important? Repeatable What analytics provide value? Patterns Which groups to coordinate? Enhanced: Tax and Revenue Metropolitan Transportation Government Foundation for Management and Roads Industry Reuse and Framework Integration Social Services Integrated Urban and Social Security Infrastructure Integrates IBM and Safety and Security Partner solutions3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. Apply global best practices in your cityIBM Intelligent Transportation OfferingProvides citywide traffic visibility to alleviate congestionand rapidly respond to incident response Increase situational awareness across entire transportation network and city services (eg. emergency management response) Analyze traffic performance to improve travel experience Centralize monitoring and transit arrival prediction Sample Partner Ecosystem4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. Increase situational awareness across entire transportation network Inspired by:•Capture data from disparate sources toachieve citywide visibility into transportation Queensland Motorwaysconditions including: •Traffic flow (ie. average speed, volume) The Need: •Congestion Address increasing demand on roadways •Roadwork and road closures with 230,000 vehicles per day and reduce motorists’ time spent in traffic and vehicle •Accidents emissions•Integrates with IBM Intelligent Operations IBM Solution:Center for cross agency collaboration and The solution recommends fastest routesincident management and avoid congestion. This helps to speed journeys, reduce congestion, and cut exhaust emissions. Drivers no longer•Standards based integration with wide have to stop to pay tolls, which reduces variety of instrumentation technologies congestion, increases safety and and applications enhances network reliability. "The idea is to have a motorway that thinks – a more intelligent solution that will give our customers a better range of options for their journeys." - Phil Mumford, CEO of Queensland Motorways5 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. Analyze traffic performance to improve travel experience Inspired by: •Proactively manage and optimize traffic Singapore Land Transit Authority flow across the city through traffic prediction The Need: •Enables public to receive forecast of traffic With Singapore’s population growing, the conditions so they can better plan their Singapore Land Transport Authority (LTA) needed a way to head off traffic daily activities congestion and maintain its world-class business climate •“What if” scenario analysis to understand traffic performance based on anticipated IBM Solution: changes in traffic volume and conditions Singapore LTA can forecast traffic conditions up to 60 minutes into the future to help prevent traffic congestion before it occurs. “…use ridership data to develop more optimal routes, which ultimately will reduce congestion and make public transport more appealing.” - Silvester Prakasam, Director of Fare Systems, Singapore LTA6 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. Centralize monitoring and transit arrival prediction Inspired by: •Identify vehicles and their current locations Finnish Transport Agency in real-time The Need: •Estimate arrival time of vehicles based on Agency is responsible for maintenance current and predicted traffic conditions and development of Finnish Transport including: System. They wanted to gain a single view of road conditions, accidents and • Public transportation vehicles other road and traffic information • Private fleets • Vehicle and fleet performance analytics IBM Solution: The solution has transformed 78,000 km. such as: of roadways data into key insights • Number of vehicles in a route helping to improve the efficiency of road • Average transit time management and enhance road safety and operational efficiency “…The benefit for drivers is safer and more fluid travel, and for the Transport Agency it is more efficient operations." - Kristiina Laakso, Finnish Transport Agency."7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. City Traffic Operations Use Case Transit Traffic Field TIH Control Summary Summary Systems Application Operator City Traffic Operator performs City Traffic Operator performs congestion management assisted by congestion management assisted by TIH TIH 1 2 3 1. Traffic measurement and condition data are received from Transit Field Systems 2. Traffic data is displayed real-time on a city geographic map to operator 4 3. Operator observes serious congestion on a link indicated by color coding 4. Operator uses map interaction function to observe congestion volume 5. Operator performs cause analysis to correlate the 5 congestion with a major accident that happened minutes ago 6. Operator evaluates situation and decides on corrective measure involving redirection of traffic with highway police assistance and signal length changes on diverted routes 6 7. Operator turns the solution into action using traffic control applications external to TIH and manual steps as the case may be 78 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. City Traffic Planning Use Case Transit Traffic Field TIH Control Summary Summary Systems Application City Traffic Planner plans traffic light City Traffic Planner plans traffic light Planner change intervals & lane re- change intervals & lane re- configuration schedule for a busy configuration schedule for a busy 1 highway during rush hours highway during rush hours 2 1. Traffic measurement and condition data are 3 received from Transit Field Systems 2. Traffic data is transformed and stored into the Traffic Information Hub 3. Traffic Planner requests a report on historical traffic volume and speed data related to the highway and 4 rush hour interval of interest 4. Traffic Planner expands the scope of the request to include key feeder links to the highway 5. Planner relies on TIH to provide mean values of 5 key KPIs 6. Planner uses expertise and tools external to TIH to optimize traffic flow by adjusting traffic signal intervals & lane usage rules 7. Planner commits the new plan into action using 6 traffic control applications external to TIH and manual steps as the case may be 79 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. Intelligent Transportation – Product Overview Description: Solution Software key components: • Traffic analysis capability to allow for better management of traffic , improvement of commuter experience, reduction of 1. Visibility of real-time & historical, traffic & incident pollution and improve the ability for emergency responders and data though GIS, tabular & reporting interfaces public safety officials to act quickly 2. Standards based integration to data capture systems • Ability to aggregate information across multiple intra-city geographies/locales as well as information from a diverse set 3. Canonical operational data model and repository of data input source types and vendors • A data source agnostic , standard information model on top of 4. Cloud Enablement which vertical value applications can be created with ease and with ability to scale 5. Integration with IBM Operation Centre Functions • Ability to access historical and real-time information about all traffic performance, conditions, configurations and incidents Customer pain addressed: • Existing traffic data systems, ATMS and TMC applications each cover limited intra-city geographic/locale scope • Integrations between traffic data systems, ATMS and TMC applications that function across the same city are either non- existent or limited • There is a diversity of traffic data systems in terms of types, vendors and data abstraction levels which is posing a great challenge to the creation of vertical traffic applications traffic flow optimization, improving commuter experience, pollution reduction & emergency response • There is no way to have city-wide visibility for traffic performance, conditions, configurations and incidents Intelligent Transportation10 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. IBM Intelligent Transportation Offering Business ContextField Centers Vehicles Security monitoring Emergency Management Transit Commercial Maintenance Emergency … Commercial Vehicles Vehicles Vehicles Constructions Vehicles Vehicles Commercial Vehicle Check Vehicle Administration Travelers Roadway Information Roadway Control Signal System Fleet & Freight Transit Service Management Management Provider Traffic VMS VSS Lane Signal Light 60 UI Portal Mobile SMS Traffic Archived Data Management Management Roadway Reporting Maintenance & Personal Information Access Microwave Camera Loop Telematics Construction Management Core Services Remote Traveler Support Emission … Data Analysis Administration Management Radio and TV Navigator Parking Management Reporting Authentication & Authorization Toll Toll Collection Administration Traffic Archived Information Information Transportation Planning Analyzed Data Note: IBM Intelligent Transportation is in Green Traffic Information Hub 11 © 2011 IBM Corporation 11
  12. 12. Intelligent Transportation – Product Detail Area Area Map Events: real- Events: real- time or time or Map manually added manually addedIncreases situationalawareness for trafficoperatorsCapability Offered• Analyzing patterns of trafficconditions, traffic flow graphsand event reportsTraffic Operator gatherscitywide visibility ofconditions where• Map provides visual cues• Events identify incidents• Reports show trends Traffic Traffic Flow Reports Flow Reports Event Event Reports Reports12 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Tabular View of Tabular View of Traffic Traffic Traffic, Devices Traffic, DevicesIntelligent Transportation – Product Detail Congestion Congestion or Events or Events Status StatusOfferCentralizedmonitoringcapability totraffic operators Capability Shown Device/Event Device/Event • Monitor real-time state Map View Map View of traffic congestion [Zoomed Out] [Zoomed Out] along with device or event statusTraffic Operator wants to Click to view Click to view details for details forfind what accidents are selected item selected itemoccurring• Map and corresponding detailed tabular view for • Traffic congestion • Device status • Event status• Tabular view can be sorted Device/Event Device/Event• Retrieve details by visually Map View Map View selecting point on map [Zoomed In] [Zoomed In]13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. Intelligent Transportation – Product Detail View traffic View traffic congestion for historic congestion for historic date and time date and time Help traffic planners analyze traffic performance, and identify improvementsCapability Offered•Leverage historical data tohelp make informeddecisions for futureoperations, maintenanceroad work, as well asplanned and un-plannedevents managementTraffic Planner analyzesways to improve trafficflow by analyzing historicaldata for trends that Traffic events for historical Traffic events for historical • Map traffic data over time trends trends periods that have meaning Traffic Flow Traffic Flow Traffic flow at various Traffic flow at various • Correlate traffic data with Reports Reports granularities of time granularities of time events14 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. Intelligent Transportation Base Functionality Click to Action:Manage Real-Time Traffic Events Map and List Adapt Instantly to Selections Roles& Permissions Roles & Permissions View Service Level, Event, & Device Details Intelligent Transportation Automatic Clustering Based on Map Zoom Level Historical Analysis & Planning Real-Time andDefine Custom Map Layers / Views Historical Reporting 15 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  16. 16. Intelligent Transportation Solution Architecture Radar OCR End-User End-User End-User End-User End-User Application Application Application Application Application Loop Detectors Blue-Tooth Operations Center (alerts…) ... Operations Center (alerts…) Adapters Adapters Intelligent Transportation Management Traffic Information Hub (data fusion, mapping…) Traffic Information Hub (data fusion, mapping…) TMC/ATMS Traffic Traffic Service Traffic Custom Databases Prediction Optimization ... Light Provider ... Tool Control Applications Capture Systems IBM User Experience IBM Platform Legend Integration Solutions rd 3rd Party Data Sources IBM Tools rd 3rd Party Applications16 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. Deploy technology regardless of your sizeMultiple options help city leaders deploy technology regardless of size On Premise: Shared Services: Cloud Delivery: Build on workload Work together across Log on to your smarter optimized platforms multiple cities city environment Leverage infrastructure Share services using Customize interfaces, readiness services preconfigured systems reports and data inputs “It’s about transforming the way we do business, so we Inspired By can invest that money in front-line service delivery” Chief Superintendent Avon & Somerset Police17 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. Together we will create a planet of Smarter Cities IBM is the right partner to help city leaders innovate to meet and exceed citizen expectations 100 years of experience making the world work better through the use of technology Real products to enable sustainable economic growth – Leveraging information to make better decisions – Anticipating problems to resolve them proactively – Coordinating resources to operate effectively Over 2,000 city projects leverage on Local solutions based on global insight from 170+ countries IBM to help them transform into 21st Passion for cities demonstrated by volunteers century cities for Smarter City Challenge grants18 © 2011 IBM Corporation
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