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1 Bernadette Villeforceix, Orange Labs Networks 29/05/2013
V2V/V2I communications for the delivery of a new PFME POI to connected cars in smart cities JNCT 2013 Bernadette Villeforceix, Orange Labs Networks 29/05/2013 ITS architectures

2 Agenda of the presentation
ITS : context and architecture Cooperation of ad hoc VANET networks and cellular networks for V2V/V2I communications Global architecture for the delivery of the POI Example of ITS service : POI for multimodal platform Conclusion and perspective Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I and LTE cooperation

3 Intelligent Transport Systems: context
ITS : Intelligent Transport System is a new domain of Telecommunication field designed for vehicles and oriented in 3 different services corresponding to political objectives: Primary public objective: reduction of car accidents, providing road operators the possibility to warn drivers for route hazard or using communication systems for impact avoidance Road safety services (ex stopped vehicle, wrong way driving, hard braking, speed limits) Ecological purpose: transportation and traffic regulation optimized, allowing reduction of petrol consumption and emissions of green house effect gases Traffic management services (ex road information, in vehicle signage, traffic information and route/navigation guidance) New market opportunity: Connection to the internet everywhere on the road depending on radio coverage and technology used, providing infotainment services for increasing passengers comfort. Mobility and comfort services for drivers and passengers (ex POI for EV charging, multimodal Platform information, media downloading, ecologic drive, fleet management, M2M services…) more generally : Value Added Services Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I and LTE cooperation

4 Global ITS architecture
Global ITS architecture for the delivery of cooperative services Communication modes: V2I /I2V communications between vehicles and infrastructure (HSPA, WiFi802.11n, ITS G5(802.11p), LTE) V2V communications (one and multi hop) between vehicles and RSU in p VANET ad hoc networks (geonetworking) Hybrid mode combining V2V+V2I communications : IPv6 over GN over ITS G5 and IPv4/v6 over 3G/LTE

5 Cooperation between mobile networks and VANET networks
Control, security and billing High Coverage Low density Real Time Density Vehicular Network Cellular Network Service provider Operator vision Automotive industry vision deploy a new infrastructure 3G Offload + Data aggregation for B2C or B2B2C services OBU in vehicle V2I Cellular communication V2V adhoc communication Traffic information Cooperative traffic lights Collision avoidance emergency Remote navigation Software download Hazard warning Lane departure Remote diagnostic Video streaming Intersection assistance Lane change support Mobility/comfort IEEE802.11p ad-hoc ITS G5 3G/HSPA 4G/LTE

6 Cooperation of heterogeneous access networks
Multi access networks operated in OBU: WiFi n, HSPA, LTE, ITS G5 radio interfaces in mobile router Best availability and QoS: enhancement of radio coverage capacity/throughput increased by aggregation of available links optimization of radio resource management Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

7 Mobility management for seamless handover
Mobile IP/NEMO tunnels between MR (mobile router) et HA (Home Agent) DS Mobile IPv6 /NEMO mobility (dual stack IPv4/v6) to cope with IPv4 networks Multi homing across simultaneous active links (MCoA) Seamless Handover through different access links core Ground network Home network Mobile network internet Mobile router Home agent Access router On board

8 The ITS communications involved in cooperative services
One hop V2V/V2I communications in both unicast and broadcast modes Geonetworking over ITS G5 for V2V communications (vehicular ad hoc network) IPv6 over 3G/LTE communications through cellular networks IPv6 over Geonetworking over ITS G5 through vehicular networks (Wave infrastructure with ITS G5 RSU) NEMO tunnels to manage soft handover between links Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

9 The network architecture for cooperative services Cooperation of vehicular and cellular networks
V2V eNodeB V2I Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution ITS architectures

10 ITS stack for V2I communication in ITS G5
Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

11 The new POI services provided by the mobility hub in smart cities
The car user can manage his travel as he would do at home Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

12 A new POI message for transport/event service presentation
Protocol Version Message ID ITS Originating Station ITS PDU Header Specific POI Header POI Payload1 POI Payload2 POI Payload3 Type of POI Timestamp Number of POI Payload unit Subtype Location Rate Link for more information Link to book Parking/EV charging 2€/hour NULL Transport / Vehicle Event / Noteworthy location Restaurant / Accommodation Parking/EV charging Tour Eiffel Bed and breakfast Car rental Festival Youth hostel Taxi Château de Versailles Restaurant Train Station Shopping center Hotel class Airport Rugby match Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

13 POI implementation : Flow exchange for multimodal platform UC
NOC/internet Central ITS station/POI server RSU OBU POI SAM (optional) POI broadcast (GN) POI (IPv6 over 3G network) POI (IPv6/GN6ASL/GN) request mobility Hub data request (IPv6/GN) POI content: transport, event, noteworthy location, accommodation POI information pushed POI (IPv6/NEMO) request Orange Labs Networks - V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

14 POI provided by multimodal platform : features
aggregation/compilation/smart filtering/ of information data to deliver relevant/easy to use/handle information to vehicle driver and passengers introduction of context aware information services to address population of users (social networks cooperation) management of information data to deliver geo localized services to vehicles: dissemination of POI to infrastructure and vehicles according to time and position of ITS stations (relevant and real time information) introduction of increased reality processing to improve accuracy and performance of service information (ie parking information with drive queues and paths) Orange Labs Networks - V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

15 Display of the POI information service on vehicle HMI
type and position on a map rate of the service link for more information link for consultation/reservation POI services for SCOREF train time tables parking places with EV charging streaming video on Versailles Castle Hotel/restaurant list Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I communications for POI distribution

16 Benefits brought by POI in smart cities
POI Benefits in 3 main domains: economic optimization of travel time and budget thanks to real time transportation services electronic business in car (consultation/reservation) ecologic reduction of energy consumption (early knowledge of location/events) promotion of sustainable transport and reduction of carbon footprint social best organization of user trip/ reduction of wasting time reduction of stress during travel access to social services Orange Labs Networks - New PFME POI for connected cars in smart cities

17 Conclusion Challenges Benefits Telecom Operators contributions
Large experience of Orange Labs to address the challenge of communications in the connected car domain: Cooperation of heterogeneous cellular and vehicular networks combined with IP mobility management OLN mobile router integrates complete ITS stack (standalone OBU designed to cope with automotive systems requirements) Benefits Combination of Networks complementarity/mobility management is necessary to: Enable efficient ITS communications which deliver service continuity to vehicular customers Provide full fledge of connected services from safety and warning towards connected navigation & infotainment Telecom Operators contributions Telecommunication operators acting to promote new vision in the ITS eco system: To manage cooperation of operator networks with ITS ad hoc networks in an efficient way To operate V2V and V2I communications and create new opportunities of cooperative services To promote ITS service development & deployment for third party (fully involved in the definition of release2 of ITS standard) Orange Labs Networks – V2V/V2I and LTE cooperation

18 Next steps POI services:
Run a complete technical test campaign of UC MC03 in SCOREF Versailles-Satory test site (open road in red) to assess performance and efficiency of POI delivery (E2E delay and PER measurements) Run simulations of the POI use case on iTETRIS platform and test the scalability of this UC in large vehicle population and mobility conditions POI services: global service information of Versailles area in central station (POI server) streaming video on Versailles Castle in RSU1(castle) Hotel/restaurant list in RSU1 train/bus time tables in RSU2 (station) reservation /ticketing commercial information in RSU1&2 Orange Labs Networks - New PFME POI for connected cars in smart cities


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