Presentation on theme: "ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS Car MBDS overview W3XM Project ___________ ETSI, 22/10/2004 Fabrice Clari Project Manager, MBDS Valorisation."— Presentation transcript:
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS Car MBDS overview W3XM Project ___________ ETSI, 22/10/2004 Fabrice Clari Project Manager, MBDS Valorisation Car is a mobile homeCar is a mobile home
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS Agenda Car projects overview 2002 : W3Car 2003 : W3C3TV & W3Car : W3XM & Remote Diagnostic W3XM project video
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2002: W3Car (1/2) 2002 has been the first year for an MBDS involvement in a car project (W3Car); For that project, DaimlerChrysler wanted to be the first car manufacturer to build and demonstrate an UMTS car; MBDS contribution : off-board navigation application; Partners: Siemens Mobile, Dutch Telecom, Sun, Jentro, DCX, MBDS; Java/Linux based; That project was demonstrated in several location around the world: Berlin, Monaco, Sophia Antipolis, Singapore, Frankfurt.
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2002: W3Car (2/2) Functionalities: Live maps download; Live video streaming from crossroads; Route guidance with server-side route calculation; Nearest point of interests updated in real-time, and profile-based; The UTMS network was providing a 128 kb/s connection (up/down streams).
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2003: W3C3TV (1/2) First project with PSA (thanks to the W3Car success the previous year); Objectives: develop wireless services to be used on a PDA, inside the car through networks such as Wi-Fi or GPRS; Partners: Steria, AFP Multimedia, Navteq, HP, PSA, Microsoft, Elan, PiernetTV, MBDS; Platforms:.NET CF/PocketPC on the client-side,.NET on the server-side; The project was demonstrated during the Festival du Film 2003 in Cannes.
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2003: W3C3TV (2/2) Services: Real-time news access (red by a T2S engine); Access to video news from Cannes; Numeric pictures manager (for a journalist scenario); Locale information (POI); Navigation for walkers (once out of the car); Mail access (red).
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2003: W3Car2 (1/2) Second year of cooperation with DaimlerChrysler; Objectives: specify and develop mechanisms for continuous service delivery within discontinuous network connectivity; Partners: DCX, MBDS; Platform: Microsoft.NET (client & server); Services: Audio service: provides a radio service which can run disconnected; Video service: gives access to video sources like home webcams; Navigation, POI search: POI locator (webcams, hotspots, parkings…) with route calculation.
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2003: W3Car2 (2/2) Audio service Map service Video service
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2004: Remote diagnostic Objectives: develop a remote diagnostic application for managing issues (to be used by a car manufacturer, a fleet manager…); develop a smart application to simulate cars and issues; Partners: Siemens VDO; Platforms: Java (client and server).
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2004: W3XM (1/4) Objectives: develop a mechanism for managing services deployment from a service operator to a fleet of cars (transparent for the user); provide profile-based services to end-user (in taxi or rented cars scenarios); develop a content transformation mechanism for the car so users can access content from any wireless devices. The focus was the develop the core platform and not services. Nevertheless, 3 services were developed to proof the concept. The project was developed to be used in a car but could be integrated in a home environment, acting as a home gateway.
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS Partners: Oracle, PSA, MBDS, ASK; Platforms: Client-side: Java, OSGi framework (OSCAR implementation), Oracle Lite, RFID reader and tags; Server-side: Oracle OC4J (J2EE server), Oracle 10g DB, Oracle Mobile Server. 2004: W3XM (2/4)
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2004: W3XM (3/4) Remote access: profile management, music store… Available services and contents Service Operator Services and content are synchronized over any Wi-Fi/2.5G/3G networks Synchronization is launched when a new user is recognized thanks to his RFID tags Multimedia content Services are consumed in the car after DB synchronization AFP News Mail Navigation Services RSS Feeds
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS 2004: W3XM (4/4) – Detailed view OSGI Framework Service #1 Service #2 Service #n HTTP Service Web browsers Stand-alone applications HTTP 10g Lite Service #1 Service #2 Service #n All services (e.g.. OSGi bundles) are stored into the database as BLOB. Extractor The extractor service takes care of loading services from the Lite database, according to the user profile. It is the only to be store out of the database. JDBC 10g (regular) Service #1 Service #2 Service #Z Services are stored on the server- side on a regular 10g database. Synchronization allows easy updating of cars. µASw Micro AS Wireless µASw is a light wireless AS based on wireless AS stylesheets and XSLT transformer. Service operator Synchronization Application server Remote database Car
ETSI, 22/10/2004 Car MBDS VideoVideo / Q & A Fabrice Clari Project Manager, MBDS Valorisation