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Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All Activities on advanced ITS radiocommunications Takeshi YAMAMOTO Document No: GSC16-PLEN-25 Source: ARIB Contact: Takeshi YAMAMOTO ( firstname.lastname@example.org) GSC Session: PLENARY Agenda Item: 6.6
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 2 Highlight of Current Activities Consideration on frequency usage –Analog TV broadcasting is finished in most areas of Japan. –Telecommunications Council Considered and reported on Technical Requirements for ITS Radio System in 700 MHz band. –Further regulatory actions will be conducted. Feasibility tests –Evaluation done on propagation characteristics, packet delivery performance and Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Infrastructure-to- Vehicle (I2V) integration. Standardization –Feasibility test guideline; “ITS Forum RC-006” has been developed in ITS Info-Communications Forum. –Draft ARIB standard development is under development, based on RC-006 and feedback from feasibility tests.
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 3 Strategic Direction Contribute to reduction of the number of traffic fatalities and serious injuries by deploying Cooperative Safe Driving Support Systems using V2V and I2V communications. Effective utilization of radio frequency for ITS in 700MHz band, available from July 2012. Standardization will be based on “Feasibility test guideline” and feedback from the feasibility tests. International harmonization will be considered.
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 4 Framework for International Harmonization In ITU-R SG5 WP5A, a technical report on “advanced ITS radiocommunications ” is under development. In APT Wireless Group (AWG), ITS relevant activities will be conducted in Task Group on ITS. In GSC, ITS Task Force will conduct the information exchange on ITS relevant activities among Participating Standardization Organizations.
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 5 Development of a new technical report; “a report on advanced ITS radiocommunications” has been proposed and Korea and Japan are actively contributing. ETSI TC ITS has been invited to the activity, and contributed for the input from Europe. Preliminary Draft New Report has been developed at WP5A meeting in June, 2011, based on contributions from Germany, Korea and Japan. –5A/703-E (24 June 2011): Annex 17 to Working Party 5A Chairman’s Report Cooperative activities in ITU-R SG5 WP5A
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 6 1 Background 2 Characteristics of Advanced ITS radiocommunications 2.1Terms and definitions 2.2Acronyms and abbreviations 2.3Technical characteristics 3 Requirements for Advanced ITS radiocommunications 3.1General system requirements 3.2Service requirements 4 Cases of Advanced ITS radiocommunications 4.1Japan 4.2Korea (Republic of) 4.3Europe 5 Reference Contents of PDN Report on Advanced ITS Radiocommunications
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 7 Challenges Technical challenges –Interoperability and scalability –Accuracy of position information –Information security Operational challenges –Establishment of a framework of system operation –Management of the reliability and the quality of services
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 8 Next Steps / Actions Further feasibility tests –Security, Interoperability and large scale feasibility are supposed to be evaluated. Standardization in ARIB –The new ARIB standard will be based on “ITS Forum RC-006” with feedback from feasibility tests. –The new ARIB STD is under development in ITS Info- communications Forum. International harmonization –Activities in ITU-R SG5 WP5A, AWG TG-ITS and GSC ITS TF will be conducted for international harmonization.
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 9 Supplementary Slides
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 10 Environment Safety Comfort and convenience ITS Applications Reduction of carbon dioxide emissions Reduction of environmental burden Transportation management Smoother traffic flow Hazard avoidance Congestion mitigation Reduction of traffic accidents Safe Driving Support Systems for reduction of traffic accidents Systems to resolve problems of road traffic by reducing traffic accidents, mitigating congestion, improving environmental efficiency, etc. Purpose of ITS
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 11 Failure to recognize a hazard in time Errors in judgment Errors in operation Collisions with cross traffic at intersections 26% 14% 70% Rear-end collisions Other 9% 32% [ Types of traffic accidents][ Types of human error] Right-turn or left-turn collisions Collisions with pedestrians Non ｰ Line of Sight Communications will be effective for Safe driving support systems. 80% of traffic accidents occur at intersections or locations with poor visibility. 70% of traffic accidents are caused by failure to recognize a hazard in time. Analysis of Traffic Accidents in Japan
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 12 Characteristics of 700MHz band In comparison of 5.8GHz band Reach longer distance Cover wider area Diffract to behind buildings Suitable for vehicle to vehicle communications at blind intersection 700MHz band would be better spectrum for Safe Driving Support System which requires high reliability. Various verification tests and R&D conducted to realize vehicle to vehicle communications for Safe Driving Support System
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 13 Feasibility test guideline for Safe Driving Support Systems in 700MHz Band “ITS FORUM RC-006” Radio frequency: 700MHz band (Single channel) Type of transmission: Broadcast MAC: CSMA/CA Modulation: BPSK OFDM/QPSK OFDM/16QAM OFDM Number of subcarriers: 52 Maximum transmission power: 10mW/MHz Occupied bandwidth: Less than 9MHz
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 14 Draft System Architecture PHY MAC Sub Layer LLC Sub Layer IVC-RVC Integrated Access Control IVC-RVC Integrated Access Control Information L7 ： Application Layer PHY_SAP MAC_SAP LLC_SAP IVRI_SAP APP1 PHY Sub-layer Management Entity (PLME) MLME Extension System Management MAC Sub-layer Management Entity (MLME) IVC-RVC Management Entity (IVRLME) APP3APP2 IP extension （ TCP/IP UDP/IP ） PLME _SAP MLME _SAP MLMEX _SAP IVRLME _SAP LLC_SAP SEC _SAP SME _SAP SME _SAP Security Management SEC _SAP SEC _SAP APP4 The red dashed line indicates the scope of the new ARIB standard for advanced ITS radiocommunications in Japan.
Halifax, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2011ICT Accessibility For All GSC16-PLEN-25 15 ITS Radiocommunication Standardization in Japan ISO TC204ITU-R APT ITS National Committee (JSAE) Information and Telecommunications Technology Council (MIC) ARIB (Association of Radio Industries and Businesses) Technical Committee ITS Info-communications Forum ITS Standards (DSRC, V2V, I2V etc.) ITS Standards (DSRC, V2V, I2V etc.) APT: Asia-Pacific Telecommunity MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications
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