Presentation on theme: "1 st Interest group Workshop Use cases descriptions in the context of electromobility Regina Enrich Sard Researcher at Mobility & Energy Group Barcelona."— Presentation transcript:
1 st Interest group Workshop Use cases descriptions in the context of electromobility Regina Enrich Sard Researcher at Mobility & Energy Group Barcelona Digital Technological Centre 26 th June, 2012
Use case definition Groups Use case summary Examples Table of Contents 1 st Interest Group Workshop Paris, 25th June 2012 2
Starting point 1.One use case for each pilot site (already defined in the proposal) 2.What is already in place? 3.What is in the roadmap of the partners? Process 1.Design use cases to test the services to be deployed 2.Discuss use cases within the pilot site partners 3.Discuss use cases within the consortium 4.Refine use cases (iterative process) 5.Document use cases description (deliverable) Use case definition Paris, 26th June 2012 3
Pilot sites Some use cases can be replicated in different pilot sites (with small adaptation) Some of them apply only to a specific pilot site Test 2 Phases: small and large scale test Define basic use cases for the small scale test or consider services already in place Define more complex use cases for the large scale test Use case definition Paris, 26th June 2012 4
Use case groups Paris, 26th June 2012 5 GroupDescription EV sharing serviceA user accesses an EV sharing service using MOLECULES for trip planning, booking, billing, carbon footprint recording EV Fleet managementMOLECULES supports EV fleet managers to optimize recharging and to obtain indicators to evaluate the advantages of Electromobility Multimodal transportation integrating EV A user accesses MOLECULES for trip planning, booking, billing, carbon footprint recording, combining different public transportation means and EV SharpoolingIt combines EV sharing service usage (including multimodal case) with car pooling option IncentivesStudy the impact of different incentives (tax reduction, restricted area access, etc…) to enhance electromobility Private EV owners make use of MOLECULES to get awareness
Use cases summary Sharing service Paris, 26th June 2012 6 Use Case OverviewBCNGPRBER SH001 Frequent mobility: a commuter uses an EV- sharing service to go from home to work and vice versa SH002Service for tourists: an EV-sharing service is available for tourists visiting the city SH003 Corporate service: A company offers an EV- sharing service to its employees SH004Inter-corporate service: A company offers an EV- sharing service to its employees and the neighbour company SH005 Charging advice: a user selects to go from A to B and extends his/her trip to C, receiving charging advice to reach his/her destination SH006Changing EV: a user selects to go from A to B and extends his/her trip to C, receiving directions to change EV to reach his/her goal SH007Incident: a user selects to go from A to B, and receives an alert from MOLECULES informing him about an incident affecting his route
Use cases summary Fleet management Paris, 26th June 2012 7 FL001Monitor maintenance costs: a company which has include EVs in its fleet compares the maintenance costs of EVs to conventional vehicles to see if it is worth it to include EVs in its operation FL002Monitor environmental impact: a fleet manager is interested in evaluating the environmental impact of EV to support its adoption FL003Schedule EV charges to reduce energy cost FL004Schedule EV charges to reduce CO2 emissions Use Case OverviewBCNGPRBER
Use cases summary Sharpooling Paris, 26th June 2012 8 SP001Sharpooling: a user using an EV sharing service picks up another passager on his way to minimize his carbon footprint Use Case OverviewBCNGPRBER
Use cases summary Incentives Paris, 26th June 2012 9 IN001Usage of bus lanes under special conditions IN002Free parking allowed to EV IN003Access to restricted areas allowed to EV IN004EVs are granted to use bus lanes, HOV, Fast-track lanes, parking lots for free and benefit from toll reduction Use Case OverviewBCNGPRBER
Use cases summary Multimodal transportation Paris, 26th June 2012 10 MM001Park & Ride: A user drives an EV to a PT station and then takes public transportation MM002Preferences: A user plans to go from A to B. Molecules takes into account his/her preferences when suggesting the route MM003Time optimization: A user wants to go from A to B in the fastest way MM004C0 2 optimization: A user wants to go from A to B contributing as little as possible to CO 2 emissions MM005Incident: A user wants to go from A to B. While travelling an incident in PT alters his route. MM006Multimodal Sharpooling: a user travelling from A to B, picks up a colleague in the EV part of her multimodal journey Use Case OverviewBCNGPRBER
Use case template Paris, 26th June 2012 11 Use CaseCodeTitle Version00 CIP Project IdMOLECULES, ICT4EVU, MOBI.Europe, smartCEM PilotPilot Id in which Use Case is implemented Author (Name/Organisation)Mr J/RACC Contributing PartnersIDIADA, CREAFUTUR, …. Description -Overview: brief description -Purpose and Goal: which is the intention of the use case -Story describing the context, users profile, why he/she uses the platform, interaction with MOLECULES, interaction with actors involved, benefits obtained, … ConstraintsIndicate all constraints to be taken into account. Include Pilot instantiations: Details, special aspects to be taken into account regarding the pilot instantiation.
Use case template Paris, 26th June 2012 12 Pre-condition What is necessary to test it (set-up, data necessary). Example: The driver booked the EV for the period he wants to book the charging point. The EV is working properly and its not already 100% charged. Actors List of actors involved. Actors and actions are defined on a separate table at the beginning of the document. Example: The driver, the smartphone application, the charging point. Services involved To be defined in common for the 4 projects: MOLECULES the 7 services from the proposal: EBIS, ESS, ITEM, PECA, PERA, PTP, NSE smartCEM services: EV-navigation, EV-efficient driving, EV-charging station management, EV-sharing management, EV-trip management. TriggerWhich events trigger the actions to be executed Basic path/Main FlowStep by step action/event list. Example: 1.The driver is login in the charging point reservation application using a smartphone. 2.The driver selects the start and end time for the reservation period. 3.The smartphone application selects the available charging points in range for the preselected time period. [3.a] 4.The driver selects one charge point and books it.
Use case template Paris, 26th June 2012 13 Post-conditionStatus at the end of execution Exception path/Alternate Flow Actions/situations that can prevent the use case to execute properly. Example: 3.a [There are no available charging points in range for the booking period] 3.a.1 The system will suggest the closest time period when a charging point in range is available. 3.a.2 The flow continues with step 4. IndicatorsList of indicators involved and data to be gathered
Example 1 Paris, 25th June 2012 14 IN002BCN Free parking allowed to EV Description Overview: Free parking granted in regulated on-street parking spaces Purspose: To encourage the purchase of EV Details: Xavier owns an EV and profits of the multiple incentives available for this type of vehicles. Being a Barcelona citizen and paying the local road tax to Barcelona city council (for which applies a reduction, too), he is granted to park in regulated parking areas, named Green Zones, on the street. Xavier registered to Live Office when he purchased his car, and got a card, the Live card, which identified him as an EV owner and grants him with free parking and free recharges. When he needs to park in a Green Zone, he identifies himself as an EV owner in the ticketing machine using his Live card and gets a ticket for the next 2 hours at no cost.
Example 2 Paris, 25th June 2012 15 SH001GPR Frequent mobility Version1.0 Author MOPeasy Description Overview: A commuter uses an EV- sharing service to go from home to work and vice versa Purspose: From Social / Communication point of view: To make employees aware of their Carbon FootPrint (CFP) From Functional / Customer experience point of view: To drive a shared EV to the final destination. From Technical / Payment point of view: To pre-register users and bill their use of EV vehicles reserved with the MOPeasy system Details: Giulia works in a company who is promoting the reduction of CO2 emissions. For this reason it has reached an agreement with a local carsharing operator whose cars are electric cars. Giulia has enrolled the program because she is very concern about climate change and finds the carsharing service very convenient for her trips to/from work. She finds the day to day use easy thanks to the good HelpDesk offered by the carsharing provider. Giulia books her EV in the EVAT (Electric Vehicle Availability Table) for the next morning and gets her booking confirmation in her smart phone. Additionally, she receives alerts in her smartphone every time any traffic incident occurs. Whenever she finds any damage in the EV, she fires the damage report application on her smart phone, takes a picture of the damage, and sends all the information to the reservation system. She can check her carbon footprint and, at the end of the month, the COO of the company gets detailed stats about the corporate CFP as well as electricity consumption for charges (from local electricity provider) and total carbon savings.
Example 3 Paris, 26th June 2012 16 SP001BER Sharpooling Description Overview: A user chooses an EV sharing service and picks up another passenger on his way to minimize his CO 2 footprint Purpose: To provide a ride sharing service for EV car-sharing users Details: Peter is a software engineer and enthusiastic about technological innovations and trends. He always uses the most recent technologies in his private and professional life. Costs play a minor role. Quality and service have their price he is willing to pay. Peter lives in Berlin-Schöneberg and in addition to his annual subscription to the PT he uses Greenwheels car sharing services. He is a registered member in the MOLECULES sharepooling community, which means that he offers a ride free of charge to people who need a ride when driving Greenwheels E-Cars. For his friends Peter is the main contact person for computer problems. Yesterday he repaired the PC of a colleague and plans to bring it back to his colleague living in Berlin-Lichtenberg after work. To transport the computer easily, he decides to choose an EV from Greenwheels. He books an EV with the MOLECULES App and uses the car in order to return the computer. On his way he receives the information that Paul looks for a ride to Lichtenberg, too. Paul, a geography student, has a learning meeting with fellow students in a friends flat. Being a registered member in the MOLECULES sharepooling community he informs the other members who are on their ways that he needs a ride to Lichtenberg. Peter gets a request from the MOLECULES system if he would like to pick up Paul. The advantage for Peter is the reduction of his personal CO 2 emissions footprint. Peter confirms the requests and on his way he collects Paul and sets him off at his destination. Then he moves to his colleague and brings the computer back. After returning the EV to the starting station he walks back home.
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