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ERA-NET TRANSPORT Telematics Action Groups. IST EVENT 2006 November 21-23 2006 Helsinki, Finland. What is ERA-NET Transport ?. 13 partners from 11 European countries aiming at efficient trans-national research cooperation in the field of transport

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era net transport telematics action groups
ERA-NET TRANSPORT Telematics Action Groups
  • IST EVENT 2006
  • November 21-23 2006 Helsinki, Finland
what is era net transport
What is ERA-NET Transport?
  • 13 partners from 11 European countries aiming at efficient trans-national research cooperation in the field of transport
  • Financed from EU’s 6th Framework Programme
  • Objectives:
    • to build up a sustainable network of relevant public transport research programmes that will function as a service platform for the managers of these programmes and facilitate trans-national cooperation
    • to provide joint procedures, programming as well as joint project management models and guidelines
    • to open up national transport research programmes to European partners
era net transport telematics action groups4
ERA-NET TRANSPORT Telematics Action Groups
  • 5 Action Groups out of 14 current Actions are on telematics:
  • ENT 2 Real-time Data Collection: Overview of Sensor Research and Intelligent Logistics
  • ENT 3 Trans-national Architecture for Multimodal Information
  • ENT 4 Business Models for Data Collection and Use
  • ENT 11 A Platform for Driver Support/ Intelligent Vehicles
  • ENT 12 Hazardous Goods – Tracking and Racing
era net transport
ERA-NET TRANSPORT
  • ENT 2 Real-Time Data Collection: Overview of Sensor Research and Intelligent Logistics

Knowledge transfer

Project clustering

Joint projects

Coordinated call

ent 2 topics for co operation
ENT 2 Topics for co-operation
  • Real-time data collection:
  • Assessment of video-streams
  • Monitoring and tracing of pedestrian movements and flows
  • (no security focus)
  • Mobile sensor systems
  • GSM-network based traffic detection
  • Data collection – data fusion, data interpretation, quality standards
  • Telematics and logistics:
  • A co-ordinated call on "Intelligent Logistics" was launched by Austria and Germany, September 2006.
ent 2 contact information
ENT 2 Contact Information
  • Participating countries are Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.
  • Mr. Heimo Kropf
  • Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
  • [email protected]
  • Mr. Walter Wasner
  • Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
  • [email protected]
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ERA-NET TRANSPORT
  • ENT 3 Trans-national Architecture for Multimodal Information
  • Knowledge transfer
  • Project clustering
  • Joint projects
ent 3 topics for co operation
ENT 3 Topics for co-operation
  • The action aims at summarizing the different topics that could be seen as prerequisites for building up a trans-national architecture for multimodal information (e.g. database of stop-points etc.) :
    • projects, standards and standardization work
    • identifying the gaps or missing spots
    • list of actions in order to promote the appearance of a trans-national architecture for multimodal information
slide11

Standards

Knowledge

Services

Deviation information

Tourist information

Empirical information

Transport network information

Route information

Cost information

Traffic information

Geographic information

Service information

Meteorological information

Terminal information

What travel information is required?

Where and when is it required?

How shall it be provided?

ARCHITECTURE

Transport user

New and improved services:

All transport modes (road, sea, rail, air)

Scheduled and not scheduled transport

Static and dynamic information

Support different user categories

Feasible communication channels

slide12

Architecture content

Missing topics?

Overall concepts

Why?

Basis for

technical

standards/

specifications

Reference

model

Roles

Logical aspects

What?

Functional

view

Information

view

Process

view

Technical

aspects

Communication view

How?

Work done by ISO/CEN and others

ent 3 contact information
ENT 3 Contact Information
  • Participating countries are Finland, France, Germany, Norway and Sweden.
  • Mr. Roland COTTE
  • Centre for Studies on urban planning, transportation and public facilities – French Ministry for Transport
  • [email protected]
era net transport ent 4 business models for data collection and use

ERA-NET TRANSPORTENT 4 Business Models for Data Collection and Use

Exchange of information

Defining research topics

Clustering of research efforts

Dissemination expert workshop in 2007

ent 4 topics for co operation
ENT 4 Topics for co-operation
  • Identifying of the bottlenecks for implementation and defining the research questions, e.g.:
    • How to deal with data ownership, privacy, quality?
    • Roles and responsibilities of Public / Private Stakeholders and Public / Public stakeholders?
    • How to improve the co-operation between modes?
    • How to improve the cost benefit of multimodal services?
    • Who should be in charge of providing multimodal information?
    • How to support the development of architecture and standards?
    • How to harmonize the legal framework?
slide16

Infrastructure

Value added services

Traffic management

ENT 4 Roles: Complex Cube

Management

Maintenance

Exploitation

Ownership

Finance

Build

Design

slide17

data

aquisition

data

processing

information

packaging

information

transmission

support

& billing

fully public service

data pool model

public seed funding

outsourcing of service tasks

risk sharing in joint commercial P-P venture

fully private service

ENT 4 Models

Source atlan-tic project

slide18

End

-

User

Effectiveness

UserNeeds

Information

Standards

QualityModel

InfoSystem

MarketModel

Architecture

Organization

PPP

Conditions

Public Authorities

ENT 4 System Layers

Each system layers of a mobility information service system is dependant on the requirements/conditions of the adjacent layers. Knowledge on the interfaces between the different layers of an information system is necessary to develop a successful service.

ent 4 contact information
ENT 4 Contact Information
  • Participating countries are France, Netherlands, Norway, Finland and Poland
  • Mr. Paul Potters
  • CONNEKT – ITS Netherlands
  • [email protected]
era net transport ent 11 driver support systems

ERA-NET TRANSPORTENT 11 Driver Support Systems

  • Joint project:
  • defining research topics and clustering of research efforts
ent 11 topics for co operation
ENT 11 Topics for co-operation

The main objective is to produce recommendations for transport policy decision makers (ministries, the European Commission) concerning driver support systems:

  • Immediate actions that national Ministries of Transport could take
  • Future research needs in this topic at European, trans-national and national levels
ent 11 current situation
ENT 11 Current Situation

EC DG Infosoc has started ”Benchmarking study on activities in promoting and deploying Intelligent Vehicle Safety Systems in the EU” SMART  danger of overlapping work!!

  • Both have comprehensive inventories and aim at recommendations to Member States and the Commission  reconsideration of ENT11 is needed
  • Possibilities for co-operation, e.g.:
    • ENT11 could bring national policy makers’ opinions to SMART?
    • Common seminar?
ent 11 contact information
ENT 11 Contact Information
  • Finland, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland and the United Kingdom have expressed their interest
  • Mr. Martti Mäkelä
  • Ministry of Transport and Communications, Finland
  • [email protected]
  • Mr. Ad van Ommen and Mr. Martin van Gelderen
  • Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, Netherlands
  • [email protected]
  • [email protected]
  • Mr. Juhani Vehviläinen
  • Jussa Consulting, Finland
  • [email protected]
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ERA-NET TRANSPORT
  • ENT 12 Hazardous Goods – Tracking and Tracing

Joint project

ent 12 topics for co operation
ENT 12 Topics for co-operation
  • Localised projects piloting various aspects of tracking & tracing (dangerous) goods in the participating countries
  • to give an European platform for their work – best practise and harmonisation
  • to reduce individual project costs through the sharing of experience and common goals
  • to give new EU member states quick access to best practice
ent 12 research questions
ENT 12 Research questions:
  • Lessons learnt from pilots that have already taken place?
  • Information required by stakeholders?
  • What are we trying to achieve at a national and pan-European level in terms of accident handling, security, inspection and enforcement, traffic management and risk management for external safety as well as the environment?
  • Opportunity to make use of the developments and findings of the E-call and GST projects?
  • Standardisation required to support pan-European tracking & tracing of (dangerous) goods?
  • Common platform required to support projects such as electronic signature and electronic bill of loading in order to facilitate harmonisation and abolition of the paper trail throughout Europe?
  • Data sensitivities in terms of national security and the systems solution to overcome these?
ent 12 contact information
ENT 12 Contact Information
  • Participating countries are Austria, The Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden and United Kingdom.
  • Mr. Eric Louette
  • Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Tourism and Sea, France [email protected]
  • Mr. Gert Jan Prummel
  • Ministry of Transport, Public Works and Water Management, the Netherlands
  • [email protected]
  • Mr. Jaap van der Heide
  • Transport and Water Management Inspectorate, the Netherlands
  • [email protected]
thank you and welcome to era net transport action groups
Thank you and Welcome to ERA-NET Transport Action Groups!
  • We welcome partners to join the Action Groups to enhance transport research co-operation across borders!
  • ERA-NET Transport Programme Coordination:
  • Mr. Oliver Althoff
  • TÜV Management Systems FmbH, Research Management
  • Am Grauen Stein 33
  • D-51105 Köln (Cologne)
  • [email protected]
  • www.transport-era.net
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