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1 Page 1 Cooperative Systems Progress The European Commission Viewpoint 6th AASHTO International Day Stockholm, 21 September 2009 Juhani Jääskeläinen Head of Unit, ICT for Transport European Commission Directorate-General Information Society and Media

2 Page 2 Content Why Co-operative Systems? The EU Approach EC Support to Co-operative Systems Future Directions

3 Page 3 Why Co-operative Systems? Transport is essential to Europe’s prosperity EU transport sector: 11% of GDP 15 million jobs 13% of household spending It is an important industry and makes a major contribution to the functioning of the European economy as a whole Road transport: 44% of Freight 85% of Passengers Annual growth rates: 2.3 % of Freight 1.9 % Passengers European Transport Policy aims to provide safe and efficient mobility for our continent while respecting the environment

4 Page 4 Why Co-operative Systems? Challenges at EU Level Congestion Represents a loss of 1% GDP yearly 10% of road network daily congested Energy Efficiency & Emissions about 12% of the overall EU CO 2 emissions coming from the fuel consumed by passenger cars. While the EU reduced CO 2 emissions by 5% ( ), the CO 2 emissions from road transport have increased by 26% Safety deaths on the roads (EU ) 1.7 million injured persons (EU ) Human error is involved in 93% of the accidents

5 Page 5 5 Why Co-operative Systems? Road Safety in Europe Halving the number of road accident victims in the EU by 2010 A shared responsibility

6 Page 6 20XX Passive Safety ADAS COOP. Systems ZERO Vision Why Co-operative Systems? Towards the zero vision

7 Page 7 Content Why Co-operative Systems? The EU Approach EC Support to Co-operative Systems Future Directions

8 Page 8 The EU Approach Main principles –Combines RTD, Coordination and Support and Policy –Starts from the applications (safety and efficiency) –Emphasises the need for a converging single Communications Architecture –Promotes international standards and harmonisation (ETSI TC ITS, ISO/CALM, IEEE...) –International co-operation important (International WS on Vehicle Communications) –Building on the results of earlier work (GST, PREVENT..)

9 Page 9 Content Why Co-operative Systems? The EU Approach EC Support to Co-operative Systems Future Directions

10 Page 10 EC Support to Co-operative Systems The role of the European Commission – Supporting Co-operative Systems due to their socio-economic benefits via the Intelligent Car Initiative eSafety Forum and its Working Groups on – Standardisation – Communications Architecture – EC Mandate on ITS standardisation – ICT standardisation Workprogramme – The ITS Action Plan – Radio Spectrum Policy - Radio Spectrum Decision 676/2002/EC - Research and Technological Development - FP6, FP7 - International collaboration

11 Page EC Support to Co-operative Systems Towards a common architecture for cooperative systems ASV3 VICS UTMS

12 Page EC Support to Co-operative Systems Towards a common EU architecture for communication CALM Support of ITS and Internet Services based on continuous communication over , GSM, UMTS, IR, IPv6, etc. Car2Car protocol For V2V and V2I communication, based on geo-aware multi-hop routing Comm. technology: IEEE p Need for dedicated frequency band in the 5.9 GHz. range V2V and V2I communication for road safety and traffic efficiency applications using Car2Car and CALM like technologies

13 Page EC Support to Co-operative Systems From COMeSafety to PRE-DRIVE C2X The COMeSafety Cooperative Systems Communications Architecture (with Annexes) now published and available The PRE-DRIVE C2X project (started in June 08) will maintain the architecture and develop it further, paving the way for future field operational tests on cooperative systems. PRE-DRIVE C2X Project: Co-funded by the EC-INFSO. Coordinated by Daimler AG Main work packages: Architecture development, simulation, prototyping 24 partners, 24 months

14 Page 14 EC Support to Co-operative Systems ITS Action Plan COM(2008) Actions in 6 Priority Areas Optimal Use of Road, Traffic and Travel Data Road Safety and Security Continuity of Traffic and Freight Management Integration of Vehicle and Transport Infrastructure Data Protection and Liability European ITS Coordination

15 Page 15 EC Support to Co-operative Systems The Spectrum Decision COMMISSION DECISION 2008/671/EC on the harmonised use of radio spectrum in the MHz frequency band for safety-related applications of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS)  Adopted on 5 August 2008  The purpose is to harmonise the conditions for the availability and efficient use of the frequency band MHz for safety related applications of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in the Community.  Member States shall, not later than six months after entry into force of this Decision, designate the frequency band MHz for Intelligent Transport Systems

16 Page 16 EC Support to Co-operative Systems RTD in the 6 th and the 7 th FP Intelligent Vehicles & Mobility Services Moving to Cooperative Systems Call 1 Call 4 14 projects 80 M€ grant 22 projects 92 M€ grant Intelligent Vehicles & Mobility Services Cooperative Systems Safety & Energy Efficiency in Mobility Mobility of the Future … Call 4 Call 6 Call 1 Call 2 14 projects 57 M€ grant 12 projects 48 M€ grant Indicative grant: 53M€ Indicative grant: 37M€ (to be confirmed) Workprogramme to be prepared

17 Page 17 EC Support to Co-operative Systems Workprogramme Call 1 ICT for Intelligent Vehicles & Mobility Services Focus: Intelligent Vehicle Systems Mobility Services for People Mobility Services for Goods Call 2 ICT for Cooperative Systems Focus: Cooperative Systems Field Operational Tests 14 selected proposals: 2 IP 9 STREP 3 SA 56.6 M€ funding 11 selected proposals: 2 IP 6 STREP 3 SA, 1 NoE 48 M€ funding

18 Page 18 EC Support to Co-operative Systems Workprogramme Call 4 ICT for Safety and Energy Efficiency in Mobility Focus: ICT for Intelligent Vehicle Systems ICT for Clean and Efficient Mobility Coordination and Support Actions Call 6 ICT for Mobility of the Future Focus: FOTs for Integrated Safety Systems and Co-operative Systems ICT-based Systems & Services for Smart Urban Mobility & New Mobility Concepts Coordination and Support Actions International Cooperation 10 proposals under Negotiation 2 IP, 5 STREP 3 CSA 53.0 M€ funding Will open in M€ funding Call 5 Objective 10.3 ICT for Fully Electric Vehicle Opened in M€ Funding

19 Page 19 Group of Experts IEEE European Projects HarmonizationStandardisation Political, Social and Economic Interests ETSI ITU ISO C2C-CC Convening Stimulation Moderation Editoring Dissemination Combination Clarification Specifications CEN Etc. EC Support to Co-operative Systems A Cooperative Effort Leading to Standardisation

20 Page 20 EC Support to Co-operative Systems ITS Standardisation in Europe TC ITS Workshop 4-6 February participants ETSI members – European projects – European Commission TC 204 – Japan – Korea – USA – ITU-T – ITU-R Increased standardisation activity in 2009 – 2010 Political pressure on deployment Commission Directive/Mandate Global standardization aspects ETSI ready to lead R&D Projects European Commission ITS in place Activity discussions from WGs Road operators / Infrastructure Test Interoperability and FOT International cooperation Next workshop – February 2010 Public Safety Seminar – 1 September 2009

21 Page 21 EC Support to Co-operative Systems International Cooperation Initiative US DoT. RITA RTD Programmes The Intelligent Car Initiative The Green IT Initiative Political support Strong political support by Federal and State DOT’s Strong political support to initiatives at EU level Special push on ICTs for Energy Efficiency Strong political support to realize the potential of IT on energy saving Specific targets for the transport sector Responsible bodies Research and Innovative Technology Administration of the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT/RITA), responsible for IntelliDrive EC DG INFSO (The Intelligent Car Initiative, RTD actions) EC DG TREN (Transport Policy Framework) (DG ENV, RTD, ENTR) Ministry of Trade and Industry (METI), Energy Efficiency Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT) (Smartway, ASV-4) NPA (DSSS)

22 Page 22 Content Why Co-operative Systems? The EU Approach EC Support to Co-operative Systems Future Directions

23 Page 23 Future Directions Stockholm – paving the way to further cooperation The International WS on Vehicle Communications Preparing a joint EU-US declaration on future collaboration in research in Cooperative Systems Bilateral Meetings EU, US, Japan later this week The aim of this work is to identify in the technical road maps the areas where harmonisation and joint or coordinated development is needed, as well as to discuss a joint approach to standardisation.

24 Page 24 Future directions The European Green Car Initiative: The Fully Electrical Vehicle There is an urgent need to fast-track the research in electric vehicles in view of the instability of the global energy markets and the equally urgent need to address greenhouse gas emissions from transport DG INFSO is now proposing that our contribution to the Green Car Initiative: will be the development of technologies, components and systems for a fully electric vehicle including the necessary infrastructure

25 Page 25 Future Directions FP7 Call 6 - Topics proposed Indicative budget: 37 M€ funding Call 6 Opens Closes Call 6 - Objective 6.2: ICT for Mobility of the Future  Field Operational Tests for Integrated Safety Systems and Co-operative Systems  IP, STREP, CSA assess improvements in efficiency, safety and comfort analysis of user acceptance, performance and benefits  ICT-based Systems & Services for Smart Urban Mobility & New Mobility Concepts  STREP address the environmental footprint and safety of mobility, while fostering economic growth  Coordination and Support Actions  CSA Including International Cooperation

26 Page 26 Future Directions: FOTs Evaluation of ICT functions and their effects in real traffic ….. Phase 1 Preparation. Develop Structure Framework Methods … for conducting FOTs FESTA. Phase 2: Field Operational Test on Autonomous Vehicle ICT Systems Phase 2: Field Operational Test on Autonomous Vehicle ICT Systems 2010 Phase 3: Field Operational Test on Cooperative ICT Systems

27 Page 27 Future Directions Roadmap for Demonstrations Helmond, May 2009 Review and demonstration CVIS-SAFESPOT-COOPERS Stockholm, September 2009 ITS World Congress Further events Time Quality / maturity Final Event Amsterdam, April 2010 CVIS-COOPERS-SAFESPOT End of IP:s

28 Page 28 Thank you for your attention!


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