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1 eSafety Working Group 8 July e Safety Working Group 2nd Meeting, Brussels 8 July 2002 Overview of progress J. Jaaskelainen European Commission, DG Information Society

2 eSafety Working Group 8 July Topics 1st Meeting Results 1st Meeting Results eSafety WG: Focus Revisited eSafety WG: Focus Revisited 2nd Meeting Agenda 2nd Meeting Agenda eSafety Work in Progress: Sub-groups eSafety Work in Progress: Sub-groups Next Steps Next Steps Action Plan: What is it about? Action Plan: What is it about?

3 eSafety Working Group 8 July st Meeting results Participants confirmed their commitment to eSafety Participants confirmed their commitment to eSafety Goals, ToR, List of actions, WG calendar and milestones agreed Goals, ToR, List of actions, WG calendar and milestones agreed The four sub-groups were established, members nominated The four sub-groups were established, members nominated Concept/vision for Intelligent Integrated Safety emerging, but Concept/vision for Intelligent Integrated Safety emerging, but Discussion on eSafety impact insufficient Discussion on eSafety impact insufficient Business model too much concentrating on e- Call Business model too much concentrating on e- Call Potential overlapping of the sub-groups Potential overlapping of the sub-groups

4 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Website Work in progress Work in progress All documents and presentations of the 1st meeting available All documents and presentations of the 1st meeting available

5 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Working Group: organisation and tasks High-Level Group Support of the preparation of eSafety Action Plan Reporting to the HL Group Working Group Monitoring of the implementation

6 eSafety Working Group 8 July Preparations of the eSafety Action Plan - Phase 2 This phase aims at agreeing on the priorities and the viable approach for eSafety, and preparation of the eSafety Action Plan: This phase aims at agreeing on the priorities and the viable approach for eSafety, and preparation of the eSafety Action Plan: Elaboration of the detailed eSafety Action Plan Elaboration of the detailed eSafety Action Plan Preparation of the e-Safety Congress in Lyon Preparation of the e-Safety Congress in Lyon Commission Communication to the Council and the European Parliament Commission Communication to the Council and the European Parliament Elaboration of the Road Map (part of the Action Plan) Elaboration of the Road Map (part of the Action Plan) Preparing for further RTD under FP6 Preparing for further RTD under FP6 Other actions: Dissemination actions, International contacts, Forum for the Automobile and Society Other actions: Dissemination actions, International contacts, Forum for the Automobile and Society

7 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Working Group: Focus revisited The four Sub-Groups have to produce reports with recommended actions: The four Sub-Groups have to produce reports with recommended actions: Each sub-group will produce a report Each sub-group will produce a report working independently working independently co-ordination by the Working Group co-ordination by the Working Group Certain amount of overlapping can be allowed at this stage Certain amount of overlapping can be allowed at this stage List of realistic, detailed actions should be identified immediately and completed during the process List of realistic, detailed actions should be identified immediately and completed during the process The Commission Communication MAY HAVE a different structure The Commission Communication MAY HAVE a different structure

8 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Working Group 2nd Meeting, 8 July Welcome by the chairA. Vits, EC 10.15Overview of progress and the next stepsJ. Jaaskelainen, EC 10.30Subgroup 1 Report and Discussion Autonomous in-vehicle technologiesF. Minarini, EC D. Augello, Renault 11.30Subgroup 2 Report and Discussion Interactive and co-operative technologiesD. Callahan, EC G. Freij, ERTICO 12.30Lunch

9 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Working Group 2nd Meeting, 8 July Subgroup 3 Report and Discussion Regulatory and standardisation issuesN. Bowerman, EC M. Rowell, NavTech 15.00Subgroup 4 Report and Discussion Societal and business issuesT. Barbas, EC J. Mateu, RACC 16.00Conclusions of the 2 nd Meeting and the Next Steps 16.30Information points Update on the HL meeting 14 NovemberO. Mossé, ERTICO National programmes and eSafetyV. Moutal, EC E-112 and eSafetyJ. Jaaskelainen, EC 17.00A.O.B. and the Next meeting

10 eSafety Working Group 8 July The Sub-groups SG1: Autonomous in-vehicle technologies SG2: Interactive and co-operative technologies SG3: Regulatory and standardisation issues SG4: Societal and business issues

11 eSafety Working Group 8 July Sub-group 1: Autonomous in-vehicle technologies Main inputs: Becker (Ford - Response 1,2), Rault (ACEA), Augello (Renault), Ulmer (DC - ADASE II) Main inputs: Becker (Ford - Response 1,2), Rault (ACEA), Augello (Renault), Ulmer (DC - ADASE II) Status: A draft consolidated paper Status: A draft consolidated paper Recommendations: Incomplete Recommendations: Incomplete Comments: Addressing second-generation ADAS per safety function Comments: Addressing second-generation ADAS per safety function

12 eSafety Working Group 8 July Sub-group 2: Interactive and co-operative technologies Main inputs: Alberti (RACC), Cousyn (PSA Citroën), Schulenberg (VW), Freij (Ertico), Dechangy (Cofiroute) Main inputs: Alberti (RACC), Cousyn (PSA Citroën), Schulenberg (VW), Freij (Ertico), Dechangy (Cofiroute) Status: A draft of consolidated report Status: A draft of consolidated report Recommendations: Some very generic ones identified Recommendations: Some very generic ones identified Comments: Some overlapping with SG 1 identified Comments: Some overlapping with SG 1 identified

13 eSafety Working Group 8 July Sub-group 3: Regulatory and Standardisation Issues Main inputs: M. Rowell (NavTech) Main inputs: M. Rowell (NavTech) Status: A draft report, with a table of standardisation work/recommendations. Status: A draft report, with a table of standardisation work/recommendations. Recommendations: Actions are identified Recommendations: Actions are identified Comments: The table covers also other than eSafety technologies Comments: The table covers also other than eSafety technologies

14 eSafety Working Group 8 July Sub-group 4: Societal and business issues Main input P. Sauret (RACC), comments by Schuessler (DC) M. Hollingsworth (ACEA) Main input P. Sauret (RACC), comments by Schuessler (DC) M. Hollingsworth (ACEA) Status: A draft report Status: A draft report Recommendations: Some very generic ones identified Recommendations: Some very generic ones identified Comments: Should move towards a safety- function based assessment? Comments: Should move towards a safety- function based assessment?

15 eSafety Working Group 8 July Next Steps

16 eSafety Working Group 8 July Calendar and major milestones WG 110 JuneSetting the scene, eSafety challenge, integrated safety, setting up subgroups WG 28 JulyFirst subgroup reports, discussions WG 39 SeptUpdated subgroup reports, Comm. Comm. and Action Plan 1st drafts Lyon e-Safety16-18 SeptPresentation of state of play and draft Conference Comm. Comm. and Action Plan WG 4OctoberFull draft Comm. Communication Road map and actions Preparatory13 NovMeeting to prepare for the HL meeting Meeting 2nd High14 NovPresentation of Comm. Communication Level MeetingSpeakers from industry Announcements & Press

17 eSafety Working Group 8 July Towards the 3rd meeting of the WG We have to converge towards consolidated Sub-Group reports with Actions identified (Lyon!) We have to converge towards consolidated Sub-Group reports with Actions identified (Lyon!) The Commission will produce a draft list of actions on the basis of this meeting by mid- August, for discussion at the WG3 meeting The Commission will produce a draft list of actions on the basis of this meeting by mid- August, for discussion at the WG3 meeting To be discussed and decided today: To be discussed and decided today: How can we build on and use the existing research results of the partners? How can we build on and use the existing research results of the partners? Safety function based approach to be used in all Sub-Group reports? Safety function based approach to be used in all Sub-Group reports? Should we have sub-group meetings before the holidays? Should we have sub-group meetings before the holidays?

18 eSafety Working Group 8 July Autonomous Safety Functions Draft - to be developed Lane support Lane support Safe speed Safe speed Safe following Safe following Pedestrian protection Pedestrian protection Improved vision Improved vision Driver monitoring Driver monitoring Intersection safety Intersection safety Vehicle diagnostics and dynamics Vehicle diagnostics and dynamics

19 eSafety Working Group 8 July Co-operative Safety Functions Draft - to be developed e-call vehicle - infrastructure e-call vehicle - infrastructure safe speedvehicle - infrastructure safe speedvehicle - infrastructure hazard warning vehicle - infrastructure or hazard warning vehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle vehicle - vehicle incident/congestion warningvehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle incident/congestion warningvehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle traffic sign recognition vehicle - infrastructure traffic sign recognition vehicle - infrastructure obstacle detectionautonomous or vehicle - vehicle obstacle detectionautonomous or vehicle - vehicle road conditionvehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle road conditionvehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle weather data vehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle weather data vehicle - infrastructure or vehicle - vehicle intersection safety vehicle -infrastructure intersection safety vehicle -infrastructure

20 eSafety Working Group 8 July Action Plan: What is it about?

21 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Actions (1) What the eSafety Actions ARE: Action clearly specified Action clearly specified All involved main actors (EC, MS, industry and others) clearly identified All involved main actors (EC, MS, industry and others) clearly identified Realistic - doable Realistic - doable Deadline mentioned if relevant Deadline mentioned if relevant What the eSafety Actions are NOT: Generic statements Generic statements

22 eSafety Working Group 8 July eSafety Actions (2) This COULD BE an eSafety Action: The European Commission and the Automotive industry represented by ACEA will establish by 2004 a European Code of Practise for the design, testing and use of Active Safety Systems including ADAS in motor vehicles. The European Commission and the Automotive industry represented by ACEA will establish by 2004 a European Code of Practise for the design, testing and use of Active Safety Systems including ADAS in motor vehicles. This is NOT an eSafety Action: Specific actions need to be taken for overcoming the main societal and business obstacles. Specific actions need to be taken for overcoming the main societal and business obstacles.

23 eSafety Working Group 8 July E-112 and eSafety

24 eSafety Working Group 8 July E-112 and eSafety (1) E-112 E-Call E-MERGE eSafety E-112 E-Call E-MERGE eSafety Europe has already adopted a regulatory approach towards location enhanced emergency calls Europe has already adopted a regulatory approach towards location enhanced emergency calls Obligation for 112 applies to all operators as from July 2003 Obligation for 112 applies to all operators as from July 2003 A Commission Communication on the implementation aspects will be prepared by the end of the year 2002 A Commission Communication on the implementation aspects will be prepared by the end of the year 2002 Best effort approach: Operators pass the best location information available, significant efforts made to develop common solutions Best effort approach: Operators pass the best location information available, significant efforts made to develop common solutions Progress of implementation will be monitored Progress of implementation will be monitored

25 eSafety Working Group 8 July A project that develops the Pan-European Harmonised Vehicle Emergency Call Service A project that develops the Pan-European Harmonised Vehicle Emergency Call Service Aims to create technical, operational and business solution for e-call services available for travelers anywhere across Europe Aims to create technical, operational and business solution for e-call services available for travelers anywhere across Europe E-MERGE harmonises existing proprietary solutions E-MERGE harmonises existing proprietary solutions Important issues regarding E-112 Important issues regarding E-112 E-MERGE is not E-112 but complements it with additional information E-MERGE is not E-112 but complements it with additional information E-MERGE Workshop on User Needs (25 June): Confirmation of the need for additional information in case of accidents involving vehicles E-MERGE Workshop on User Needs (25 June): Confirmation of the need for additional information in case of accidents involving vehicles Cross-fertilization of E-112 and E-MERGE: June meetings Cross-fertilization of E-112 and E-MERGE: June meetings E-112/E-Call co-existence has not been solved! E-112/E-Call co-existence has not been solved!

26 eSafety Working Group 8 July E-112 and eSafety (2) Common ground for E-Call and E-112: Investments to PSAPs and EAs to allow use of location information (civil protection authorities) Investments to PSAPs and EAs to allow use of location information (civil protection authorities) Further development and deployment of location and communications technologies (GNSS, E-OTD, TA, Bluetooth, WLAN, DSRC, 2.5G, 3G and beyond) Further development and deployment of location and communications technologies (GNSS, E-OTD, TA, Bluetooth, WLAN, DSRC, 2.5G, 3G and beyond) Common platforms, standardised technologies Common platforms, standardised technologies Solving privacy and liability issues Solving privacy and liability issues Next Steps: See Helios Technology Study, 30 April 2002 See Helios Technology Study, 30 April 2002 Proposal for establishing a European Emergency Communication Forum (EECF, new CGALIES) Proposal for establishing a European Emergency Communication Forum (EECF, new CGALIES) Commission Communication Commission Communication Standardisation in ETSI Standardisation in ETSI


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