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Towards a Global System for Telematics - P Van der Perre

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Towards a Global System for Telematics - P Van der Perre

  1. 1. Towards a Global System for Telematics Peter Van der Perre, ERTICO, p.vanderperre@mail.ertico.com
  2. 2. Outline 3GT (Third Generation Telematics) Concept Overview of tests Dissemination GST (Global System for Telematics) Vision Objectives Outlook
  3. 3. Basics Duration: June 2002 – November 2003 (18M) Partners: Car makers Terminal manufacturers Control centre operators Middleware providers Service providers Others Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands ®
  4. 4. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Objective: open telematics market Embedded Terminal Entertainment Mobile Commerce Security, Safety, Efficiency, Comfort Traffic & Navigation After-Market Mobile Office Home/SOHO/Industry Information Government Fleet & Logistics TSA Telematics Service Aggregator Entertainment Mobile Commerce Security, Safety, Efficiency, Comfort Traffic & Navigation Mobile Office Information Government Fleet & Logistics GS M GSGS MMGS M GSGS MM GSM GSMGSM GSM GSMGSM SMS SMSSMS SMS SMSSMS GSM GSMGSM GSM GSMGSM SMS SMSSMS SMS SMSSMS GSM GSGSMM GSM GSGSMM GPRS GPRSGPRS GPRS GPRSGPRSSMS SMSMSS SMS SMSMSS GPRS GPRSGPRS GPRS GPRSGPRS AD SL ADAD SLSLAD SL ADAD SLSL WAP WAPWAP WAP WAPWAPSMS SMSSMS SMS SMSSMS GSM GGSMSM GSM GGSMSM GPRS GGPRSPRS GPRS GGPRSPRS AD SL ADAD SLSLAD SL ADAD SLSL GSM GSMGSM GSM GSMGSMGPRS GPRSGPRS GPRS GPRSGPRS AD SL ADAD SLSLAD SL ADAD SLSL ADSL ADSLADSL ADSL ADSLADSL I1 I2
  5. 5. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Beyond the walled garden
  6. 6. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Benefits
  7. 7. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Overview of tests Not planned On-going Volvo PDA On-going Bosch On- line Pilot BMW terminal On-going Acunia CarCube (Fiat, Opel, PSA) Terminal types Gate- space CC BMW CCAcunia CC Control Center Types
  8. 8. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Key dissemination material Finally, an open telematics vending machine Brochure White paper CD-rom
  9. 9. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level 3GT Forum Level of involvement up to individual member Automatically receive deliverables and newsletters Give input and comments to draft and final deliverables Participate in 3 workshops
  10. 10. Participation Currently 78 members from 61 organisations INTELLIGENT HIGHWAY ISMB JST EUROPE JOHNSON CONTROLS LOCATIONET MECEL MIZAR MEDIASERVICE MOBILEGIS MOTOROLA NAVTECH NORWEGIAN TRANSPORT NOKIA ORACLE ORANGE OSGI PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER POLITECNICO DI TORINO PROSYST PSA PTV RENAULT SAAB SECARTIS SECURED BY DESIGN SIEMENS VDO SONERA SUN MICROSYSTEMS T-MOBILE TRAFFIC TELEATLAS TNO TRIALOG TRI-MEX VALEO VODAFONE VOLVO WEBRASKA WELSH ASSEMBLY WIRELESS CAR ACUNIA AIT - FIA ALPINE ARUN BLAUPUNKT BMW BOMBARDIER BOSCH CMG DAIMLERCHRYSLER DELPHI DDG EFKON ERICSSON ERTICO EUROPEAN COMMISSION FIAT (CRF) FRANCE TELECOM GATESPACE GM/OPEL IBM
  11. 11. Click to edit Master title Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Dissemination ITS World Congress Madrid (16-20.11.2003) Preparatory articles in: ITS@ertico (Madrid congress copy) Telematics Update Traffic Technology Int’l (Madrid congress copy) Presentations 3GT Forum Validation Workshop Specifications and White Paper sent to Forum Members 20.11.2003, 2.00-4.30 pm h.sturesson@mail.ertico.com 2 presentations in special session SS06 (Open platforms enabling new telematics services) on 17.11.2003 2 presentatons in technical session PS053 (New cellular technologies) on 17.11.2003 Demonstrations at EC stand, BMW stand and live demo area from 17-20.11.2003
  12. 12. • All future vehicles equipped with various communication means to interact with each other and their environment based on a common architecture and standard interfaces. • Drivers and occupants will be able to rely on their on-board, integrated telematics system to access a dynamic offer of on-line safety-, efficiency- and comfort-enhancing services wherever they drive in Europe. • Access to portfolio of services provided by different service providers throughout Europe with one single system, one single contract and one single invoice. Vision
  13. 13. Objectives Four technology-oriented sub-projects aim at supporting a horizontal market for on-line services by creating: • Open Systems: Enabling co-operation and infrastructure sharing between all sectors. • Security: Protection of system and its data, privacy and reliability • Service Payment: Common approach for payment and billing • Certification: Promoting rapid service deployment onto the market Three service-oriented sub-projects aim at helping to bring some key safety and market-enabling service to the market: • Rescue: Closed loop including emergency vehicle to help bring e- call as standard feature in future cars • Enhanced floating car data uploads and safety channel broadcast/downloads to allow wide range of safety-enhancing and added value services.
  14. 14. Technology-oriented sub-projects (1) Open Systems: Develop architecture to support GST vision, as illustrated in figure. Approach: • Initiate, facilitate, steer & coordinate work in the different sub-projects. • Coordinate test site activities. • Develop generic building blocks, not covered by sub-projects, that increase seamless inter-working of on-line services
  15. 15. Technology-oriented sub-projects (2) Security: Openness also implies potential for undesired access. The sub-project addresses protection of the system and its data, customer privacy and system reliability. The objective is to design an overall security and trust architecture approached from both the user as well as the technology perspective. Service Payment: Develop a proven and tested payment & billing architecture for telematics. Attention paid both to end-user but also to cross-charging between content and service providers, and service aggregators. Certification: Specify, develop and assess a certification organisation and process for telematics components, systems and services, to enable their rapid introduction to the market.
  16. 16. Service-oriented sub-projects (1) Rescue • Complete in-vehicle emergency call by including emergency vehicle in the chain • Ensure accident information is available in emergency vehicle • Guide emergency service by accurate routing information • Blue corridor system: Warning road users of approaching emergency vehicle • Coning system: Warning approaching road users of accident
  17. 17. Service-oriented sub-projects (2) Service provider C Service provider B Stationary traffic detection EFCD Safety Channel management center Weather service and forecast Police Road network manager t Trans- mission channels (FM, DAB GSM UMTS satellite) In- vehicle GST terminal - Broadcaster - Telematics service provider - Public authority Service provider A Enhanced Floating Car data Support for generation and exchange of floating car data as standard on all vehicles. Requires attention to resolving the generation of high quality data and reduction of cost. Safety Channel Creating virtual priority transmission channel alerting drivers in real-time of incidents & safety related info (e.g. speed alert, hazards, routing,..) Work involves developing: • End-to-end architecture for creating, managing & delivering safety information to drivers • Specifications for message packaging and management • Specifications for message creation, data dictionaries for language independence. • Specifications to enable diffusion in parallel to range of broadcast bearers as well as non broadcast bearers (e.g. GSM, UMTS,etc)
  18. 18. Outlook Some current trends/visions: • Reduction of traffic fatalities via emergency assistance services • Breakdown assistance with rapid response, on-road repair • Reduction in accident frequency through active (in-vehicle) speed/road advisories • Moving vehicles as “floating car data” probes for traffic monitoring and real-time traffic management • Freight and fleet management • In-vehicle “real time” driver education and error correction • Monitoring/route tracking of hazardous vehicles • Road charging • Many others
  19. 19. Questions?

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