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1 IST INFORMATION DAY KAI
OVERVIEW OF TRANSPORT & TOURISM Fotis Karamitsos European Commission DG INFSO/B/5 European Commission Information Society DG

2 Aspects of these presentations interpret legal documents.
DISCLAIMER Aspects of these presentations interpret legal documents. It is the legal documents and not the presentations that are legally binding. European Commission Information Society DG

3 European Commission Information Society DG
OPEN ACTION LINES 1.5.1 INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS 1.5.2 INTEGRATED VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS 1.5.3 AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE APPLICATION SYSTEMS FOR MOBILE USERS AND TRAVEL/TOURISM BUSINESSES 1.5.4 BEST PRACTICE AND TRIALS IN TRANSPORT AND TOURISM INDICATIVE BUDGET ~ 50 Meuro European Commission Information Society DG

4 (PLAN FOR A SMALL CALL IN 2002 :
TRANSPORT & TOURISM LAST CHANCE FOR RTD (PLAN FOR A SMALL CALL IN 2002 : TAKE-UP, CLUSTERING, PREPARATION FOR FP6) European Commission Information Society DG

5 European Commission Information Society DG
ACTION LINES OLD NEW 1.5.1 INFRASTRUCTURE INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS 1.5.2 VEHICLE INTEGRATED VEHICLE AND INFRASTRUCTURE 1.5.3 TOURISM MOBILE USERS AND TRAVEL / TOURISM BUSINESSES 1.5.4 TAKE-UP: TRIALS AND BEST PRACTICE European Commission Information Society DG

6 TAP-Transport guidelines
A set of guidelines developed within 4FP/TAP-Transport is available to IST projects regarding: 1. User needs 2. Human Machine Interface for In-Vehicle Information and Communication Systems 3. Systems Architecture 4. Validation plans & results reporting (for Technical Verification &/or Demonstration activities) They can be downloaded from: European Commission Information Society DG

7 Intelligent Transport Systems
ACTION LINE 1.5.1 Intelligent Transport Systems IST Call7 Information Day, Brussels 3 July 2001 J. Jääskeläinen, Head of Sector, DG INFSO B5 Mobility and Space Applications European Commission Information Society DG

8 Background for EC Involvement: eEurope
The key challenge for Europe is to meet the growing demand for mobility within the finite transport networks: Congestion in road and air transport Speed up the development and deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems Safety of road, rail, air and maritime transport Active safety systems in vehicles Enhanced 112 with location information European Commission Information Society DG

9 Infrastructure interaction Driver Condition Monitoring
Innovative RTD on the Intelligent Transport Systems A “Systems Approach” in the FP5/IST Programme Advanced Driver Assistance Traffic Information Services Other Info-mobility The Driver Interaction HMI Infrastructure interaction Driver Condition Monitoring Pedestrian 2-wheelers FP6 European Commission Information Society DG

10 Intelligent Transport Systems in FP5
Mobility and Intelligent Infrastructure Cluster - 40 projects, 137 M€ total/90M€ EU funding - Traffic and Travel Information Systems and Info-Mobility - Intelligent Traffic Control and Management - GNSS systems, services and applications Intelligent Vehicle Cluster - 33 projects, 136 M€ total/72 M€ EU funding - Integrated Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - Common Platforms and technologies Horizontal Projects - 5 projects, 5.7 M€ total/EU funding European Commission Information Society DG

11 Call 7 Intelligent Transport Systems
Al I.5.1: Intelligent transport systems: Objective To increase safety and efficiency in intelligent transport systems through RTD on advanced technologies aimed at introducing ambient intelligence concepts into IST based systems for use in vehicles - infrastructure Types of action: RTD, Demonstration and combined actions European Commission Information Society DG

12 Call 7:1.5.1 Intelligent Transport Systems
Al I.5.1: Intelligent transport systems: Focus development for advanced driver assistance systems and in-vehicle multimedia platforms which take into account the driver’s cognitive load in an optimal way development of new sensors for positioning, surveillance, or for very short-term weather prediction interacting with new traffic management systems (integrating advanced processing, simulation, prediction, decision support tools) development of new GNSS receivers taking into account the frequencies allocated for Galileo and integrating with - whenever possible - the latest mobile communication capabilities. European Commission Information Society DG

13 1.5.1: RTD response to Safety
Past -Present -Future A Systems Approach (1) The Human The Vehicle The Environment The Interaction A Systems Approach (2) The Preventive Safety - Information The Active Safety -ADAS The Passive Safety The Post- Accident - Emergency/Treatment The European Commission launched the eEurope initiative on 8th December 1999 with the adoption of the Communication ‘eEurope – An Information Society for all’. The initiative aims at accelerating the uptake of digital technologies across Europe and ensuring that all Europeans have the necessary skills to use them. It plays a central role in the agenda of economic and social renewal for Europe set out by the Commission for the European Council in Lisbon. The eEurope initiative is a key element in the strategy of the new Commission to modernise the European economy. The main issues concerning transport on the e-europe initiative focuses on key challenges like congestion, safety and the shortage of new services. Several initiatives have been developed throughout Europe in this direction, research and development projects provided technological solutions, some key policy solution have been taken but still work need to be done, within the e-europe initiative, new solutions will be investigated and their functional and optimal deployment will be accelerated. Major policy decision have still to be taken regarding intelligent transport this is the case regarding the deployment of intelligent systems in road rail and maritime transport and the future of urban transport and of course the deployment of Galileo. Research and policy will need to continue going hand in hand into the challanges for the transport systems of the new millennium. By the end of 2001: Full access to and support for localised emergency 112 number calls. By the end of 2002: New cars sold in Europe to be equipped with active safety-enhancing systems. Traffic and travel planning information services to cover 50% of larger cities. Main European networks to have congestion information and management systems Safe and Efficient In-Vehicle Information and Communications Systems’ was adopted on 22 December 1999. European Commission Information Society DG

14 1.5.1 ACTIVE SAFETY Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
Autonomous Driving + Lateral Control Longitudinal Control UDA RDA S&G ++ S&G ACC TrajCal RDWS CrossA LDWS LCA BSM PAss FCW Incar-Entertainment Infrastructure This is the evolution path for Research on the intelligent vehicle Key to abbreviations for applications / services: ACC: Adaptive Cruise Control S&G: Stop & go RDA: Rural Drive Assistant UDA: Urban Drive Assistant LDWS: Lane Departure Warning System RDWS: Road Departure Warning System FCW: Front-End Collision Warning PAss: Parking Assistant (Near Collision Warning) BSM: Blind Spot Monitoring LCA: Lane Changing/Merging Assistant CrossA: Crossing Assistant TrajCal: Trajectory Calculation IVCom: Infrastructure-Vehicle Communication VVCom: Vehicle-Vehicle Communication OR: Obstacle Recognition RC: Road Characteristics (geometry, surface, etc.) TSR: Traffic Sign Recognition DM: Driver Monitoring (for safety and security) Political and Societal Aspects Legal and Social Aspects HMI Technology European Commission Information Society DG PAss : Parking Assistant (Near Collision Warning) BSM : Blind Sport Monitoring LCA : Lane Changing/Merging Assistant CROssA : Crossing Assistant TrajCal : Trajectory Calculation I ACC : Adaptive Cruise Control S&G : Stop & Go S&G ++ : Stop & Go With Lateral Control Support RDA : Rural Drive Assistant UDA : Urban Drive Assistant LDWS : Lane Departure Warning System RDWS : Road Departure Warning System FCW : Front-End Collision Warning

15 1.5.1 Active Safety and ADAS In particular the following technologies.. enhanced vision pedestrian protection vehicles emergency manoeuvres x-by-wire advanced high performance, high quality, more accurate sensors for ADAS ..could be covered. European Commission Information Society DG

16 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.1 Active Safety and ADAS H M I Existing: Recommendations on in-vehicle information and communication systems Cognitive Load further work on: in-vehicle assistance systems Innovative personalised HMI devices and design to reduce the “eye of the road” time Interoperable open HMI architecture (integrating information and communication with ADAS - in-vehicle and infrastructure based data) Multimedia Platform standardisation take into account existing and national projects European Commission Information Society DG

17 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.1 Traffic Management Development of new, multi-function sensors (positioning / surveillance / weather prediction / other) for integrated traffic management (including prediction and decision support) Their application in traffic management systems and contribution to environment should be core part of the proposed work European Commission Information Society DG

18 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.1 Traffic Management Example of some possible key RTD&D topics for ITS/IVIS (Rail): Advanced seamless traffic management tools to help increase capacity across boundaries tools to establish coherent links between radio navigation & GIS data, with input to standards European Commission Information Society DG

19 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.1 GNSS Receivers Development of GNSS receivers for all markets and applications taking into account the frequencies allocated to GALILEO combining with latest mobile communications capabilities (2.5G/3G/Satellite Communications) looking into combined multi-frequency Galileo/GPS receivers, and hybrid receivers combining GNSS with communication network based navigation/location certification for different applications important European Commission Information Society DG

20 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.1 GNSS Receivers Galileo architecture, services and frequencies: Galileo overall architecture: GALA, Galileosat, Integ, ESA B2 phase Terminal types, certification, compatibility GPS/Glonass: GUST Study Frequencies, local components: Galileo call of GROWTH programme 2001 (under negotiations) European WRC2000 Scenario - WRC2003 preparation Signal Task Force (US/EU/Russia) Final Frequency Allocation expected mid-2001 Use EGNOS System Test Bed (ESTB), prepare for Galileo System Test Bed European Commission Information Society DG

21 INTEGRATED VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS
IST PROGRAMME ACTION LINE 1.5.2 INTEGRATED VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS David Callahan DG INFSO/B/5 European Commission Information Society DG

22 Intelligent e-Vehicle Cluster of projects - FP5
FURTHER INTEGRATED SYSTEMS FP4 CLUSTER Longitudinal control Lateral control Urban drive control Driver status Etc. + AWAKE: Driver monitoring situation awareness Driver Status Collision Warning- Mitigation CHAMELEON: Passive safety pre-crash sensorial systems PROTECTOR: prevention with vulnerable road users In-vehicle Platform Integration INVETE: collective transport applications common platform Autonomous Driving CHAUFFEUR II: Tow-Bar - Platooning CYBERCARS: Automatic transport of passengers in urban areas Cooperative Driving CARTALK: Inter-vehicle communication AIDER: Accident management & Reduce time of rescue action ROAD SENSE: they want to develop an industry standard evaluation framework for new HVI strategies focusing on HMI. ROADSENSE wants to deliver guidelines for methods of HVI testing to measure the effects on Driver behavior that future technology will have. European Commission Information Society DG

23 Common Platforms & Technologies
RESPONSE II: Legal and Social Aspects - Code of practice for ADAS - Cost/Benefits and accident reduction Legal and Social Aspects HMI Issues COMUNICAR: Vehicle Harmonised Multimedia ROADSENSE: HVI Code of Practice users Digital Maps NEXTMAP: New Attributes for Digital Maps for ADAS New Generation Sensorial Systems CARSENSE: New Sensor System and Data Fusion PEIT: X-by-Wire & Intelligent Powertrain RADARNET: Multifunctional Radar Network DENSETRAFFIC:Forward looking Radar & Stereoscopic Video sensors

24 1.5.2 Integrated vehicle infrastructure in Air transport Systems
Air Transport cooperation of Air and Ground systems, application systems to improve safety, security, comfort and efficiency of air transport, integrating various infrastructures (GNSS, Communication and Surveillance) European Commission Information Society DG

25 1.5.2 IS for Intelligent Shipping
Challenges - in shipping technological expansion economic growth / competitiveness regulations, safety at seas environment/Road traffic congestion better seamless services Availability of timely, relevant and reliable information for : company operations ship operations services to users (e.g. seafarers, forwarders, authorities, public) for improved efficiency and safety Regulatory drivers : (very relevant to IST applications) European Commission COM(2000)802 : Establishing a Community monitoring, control and information system for maritime traffic Technological trends: convergence of CCC From Internet and Mobile Communications towards integration of their platforms e-business European Commission Information Society DG

26 1.5.2 IS for Intelligent Shipping - R&0
Seamless services re-use of information openness communication costs Support new added value services lessons learnt (avionics) R&O: Requirements & options European Commission Information Society DG

27 1.5.2 Active safety and Driving Assistant Systems
Active safety systems involving the whole emergency service chain Applications integrating in-vehicle safety, comfort and efficiency functions with infrastructure systems European Commission Information Society DG

28 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.2 e-Logistics aspects Development of IST-based systems New logistics & freight applications for combined rail/waterborne transport coping with the effects of e-Commerce transactions, e.g. new web-based services for enhanced supply chain visibility monitoring and localising freight integrated payment services support of intermodal / intercompany co-operation XML-based data communication open data exchange networks European Commission Information Society DG

29 European Commission Information Society DG
IST PROGRAMME ACTION LINE 1.5.3 AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE APPLICATION SYSTEMS FOR MOBILE USERS AND TRAVEL/TOURISM BUSINESSES Brice Lepape DG INFSO/B/5 European Commission Information Society DG

30 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.3 Objective ISTAG VISION STATEMENT: “Start creating an ambient intelligent landscape (for seamless delivery of services and applications) in Europe relying also upon testbeds and open source software, develop user-friendliness, and develop and converge the networking infrastructure in Europe to world-class”.  TO DEPLOY IN EUROPE AN AMBIENT INTELLIGENT ENVIRONMENT FOR THE TOURISM AND TRAVEL SECTOR FOR TOURISM ORGANISATIONS FOR TOURISTS ON THE MOVE European Commission Information Society DG

31 1.5.3 IST in Tourism: a Co-operative Approach
R&D (AND SUPPORT MEASURES) IN New/leading-edge IST-based components and systems LEADING TO Innovative value added services Federation of open interoperable systems and services New business models COVERING All tourism-related activities (professionals and consumers) CONTRIBUTING TO Tourism industry competitiveness European policies (tourism, regions, employment, ….) European Commission Information Society DG

32 1.5.3 IST in Tourism: a Co-operative Approach
MOVE FROM FRAGMENTED TOURISM SERVICES TOWARDS A FEDERATION OF SYSTEMS AND SERVICES (FETISH, HARMONISE) FEDERATION INFRASTRUCTURE (Information, services, business models) Design/implementation of interoperability protocols Standards and semantic mappings Public knowledge base Support for selected projects to join the federation Open source software approach European Commission Information Society DG

33 1.5.3 Current Activities in IST
IN THE TOURISM SECTOR 15 R&D PROJECTS, 2 ACCOMPANYING MEASURES 7 PROJECTS COMMITED TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE FEDERATION BROAD SPECTRUM OF SERVICES Based on innovative open systems Using/extending leading edge IST Addressing various tourism contexts/businesses IN THE IST PROGRAMME About 10 R&D projects closely related to tourism CONCERTATION/CLUSTERING ACTIVITIES LAUNCHED European Commission Information Society DG

34 European Commission Information Society DG
ACTION LINE 1.5.3 Ambient intelligence application systems for mobile users and travel/tourism businesses Objective: To provide information-rich, mobile and anticipatory environments for tourists/citizens on the move and tourism service providers. European Commission Information Society DG

35 Focus 1 (Al1.5.3) –Tourism Value Chain
INNOVATIVE INTEROPERABLE SYSTEMS/SUBSYSTEMS ADDRESSING multimedia content aggregation and management multichannel and reconfigurable workflow intelligent decision support quality management  new business models (e.g. co-opetition) European Commission Information Society DG

36 Focus 1 (Al1.5.3) - Tourism Value Chain
DRIVEN BY TOURISM PROFESSIONALS REQUIREMENTS IN PARTICULAR DMOs AND SMEs various levels of interoperability open, based on standards, dependable built on leading-edge/innovative IST integrating legacy European Commission Information Society DG

37 Focus 2 (Al1.5.3) - Tourists/citizens on the Move
INNOVATIVE INTEROPERABLE SYSTEMS AND DEVICES interacting/interworking intelligently adapting dynamically to the user’s context providing proactive decision support supporting dynamic evolution of user’s profiles trust and privacy providing on-trip decision support  SEAMLESS NATURAL INTERFACE TO THE SURROUNDING TOURISM INFOSERVICE SPACE various levels of interoperability open, based on standards, dependable built on leading-edge/innovative IST European Commission Information Society DG

38 Focus 3 (Al1.5.3) - Passengers in Vehicles
NEW INFO-MOBILITY APPLICATIONS SYSTEMS for leisure, culture, infotainment, work of passengers in vehicles, as for airborne passengers DELIVERING A DIVERSIFIED RANGE OF SERVICES AND INFORMATION support for high band-with connection personalised and pre-responsive integration of various communication channels (DAB, UMTS, DVB, Satellites) multimodal interfaces European Commission Information Society DG

39 European Commission Information Society DG
Previous Call 40 PROPOSALS RECEIVED, ONLY 2 SELECTED FOR FUNDING MAIN PROBLEM: GAP BETWEEN TOURISM AND IST INDUSTRIES PROPOSALS: Either with innovative IST but weak Tourism business cases Or new tourism applications but based on commercial technology  NEW TOURISM APPLICATIONS / SERVICES/COMPONENTS/BUSINESS MODELS based on innovative/leading edge IST generic and open to populate the environment strong involvement and contribution of tourism organisations TAKE UP MEASURES Trials and best practice European Commission Information Society DG

40 BEST PRACTICE AND TRIALS IN TRANSPORT AND TOURISM
IST PROGRAMME ACTION LINE 1.5.4 BEST PRACTICE AND TRIALS IN TRANSPORT AND TOURISM Antonios Barbas DG INFSO/B/5 European Commission Information Society DG

41 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.4 Trials & Best Practice Co-operation between IST Users & Suppliers, aimed at leading to technology transfer and/or benchmarking. Dissemination and evaluation of benefits More focused, much less expensive and of shorter duration than RTD projects; EU funding: up to 50 % (Equipment, Travel, Subcontracting); up to 100% (Personnel). European Commission Information Society DG

42 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.4 Take-up Trials To involve at least one user (a real case environment) and one supplier Leading edge IST (promising but not yet fully established) in service/industrial applications or a novel integration of existing technologies & joint evaluation Development work restricted to adaptation, customisation, improvement in methods, followed by techno-economic evaluation European Commission Information Society DG

43 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.4 Take-up Best Practice Users to demonstrate the benefits of best practice adoption through a controlled, limited and well-focused experiment (baseline project) Mature and established but insufficiently deployed methods and technologies Measurable benefits; performance targets Transferability; Dissemination European Commission Information Society DG

44 European Commission Information Society DG
1.5.4 Take-up focus Mobile emergency call location (trials of application systems) Trials of innovative IST systems for: Travel and tourism businesses; Collective, demand-responsive transport; Freight and logistics; Urban environments (and/or related Best Practice actions) Particular emphasis on applications based on 2.5 or 3G mobiles European Commission Information Society DG


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