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Value Added Services for Mobile Communications (applied to Welcome and Travel Management Applications) Henri TOBIET NMG Telecoms Tel. : +33 (0)3 89 33 54 71 Fax : +33 (0)3 89 33 49 39 E.mail : h.tobiet@nmg.fr Agenda About NMG Wireless technologies Value Added Services

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Value Added Services for Mobile Communications(applied to Welcome and Travel Management Applications)

Henri TOBIET

NMG Telecoms

Tel. : +33 (0)3 89 33 54 71

Fax : +33 (0)3 89 33 49 39

E.mail : h.tobiet@nmg.fr


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Agenda

  • About NMG

  • Wireless technologies

  • Value Added Services

  • Location Dependent Services

  • Welcome Applications

  • ISCOM: Travel Management

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Geographic Information Systems

& Infrastructure Management Systems

GIS, AM/FM, Schematics

Value Added Services in Telecom

Networks

Messaging and VAS on mobiles

Information, Resources & Staff

Management Systems

Workflow - WorkOrder - WorkForce

About NMG

  • NMG Group: Headquarters in LYON, 300 employees, 150MF (1999)

  • DMS / La SETE / NMG Telecoms….

NMG

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Evolution of data services in mobile networks: wireline to wireless convergence

  • GSM evolutions:

    • GSM Phase 2+ (SMS/MO, SIM Application Toolkit, WAP/WML protocols, data/Fax services,…)

    • USSD: Unstructured Supplementary Services Data based on WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) (Unwired Planet), ASCII-like

    • HSCSD: High Speed Circuit Switched Data, circuit mode connection up to 57,6kb/s (needs 4 circuit links)

    • ==> GPRS: General Packet Radio Services (data) up to 170kb/s

    • ==> EDGE: Enhanced data rates for GSM evolution (up to 384kb/s)

  • 3G Systems:

    • IMT2000: International Mobile Telecommunication 2000, including:

    • UMTS: Universal Mobile Telecommunications System, up to 2mb/s.

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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VAS Domains of Applications: B-to-B & B-to-C applications

Alert

End-user

corporate

Network operator

InfoGuide

Management

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Positioning technologies for Location Dependent Services

  • Cell ID: the BTS cell area is used as the location of the caller:

    • via HLR/VLR scanning and interrogation (embedded in network elements)

    • VLR localisation via SS7 monitoring (NMG Probe)

    • Cell-ID acquisition via SS7 monitoring (NMG Probe)

    • Cell-ID detection directly on mobile handsets

  • WAG: Wireless Assisted GPS

  • TA: Time Advance

  • E-OTD: Enhanced Observed Time Difference: the signals from at least 3 BTS units are compared

  • TOA: Time of Arrival

  • AOA: Angle of Arrival

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Cell-ID Location Mappings

Y

  • The Location Server:

  • Manages a location database (Cell / XY)

  • Manages a roamer database (Roamer ID/XY)

  • maps Cell-ID to X-Y coordinates

  • Delivers location information to end services

X

CELL-ID

  • The Positioning System detects:

  • the roamers identification (MSISDN)

  • the Cell-ID

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Proposed LDS Architecture

Operators

Cell X/Y

database

GIS

Data-bases

SS7 Network

Operators

Billing

System

Gateway ?

Location Server

Cell-ID Aquisition

System (probe)

LAN/IP

Interface

+ protocols

Operators

VAS

Data-bases

GSM Network

SMS generation

WAP generation

ASPs

VAS

Data-bases

Users Handset

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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SS7

Probe

Data Server

SMS- Welcome-to-Network: customized services for foreign roamers

  • Non-intrusive detection of roamers entering a mobile operators domain:

    • Network-based VLR location identification

    • Additional services: geographical Cell-ID positioning, mail notification, traffic, billing,….

    • Powerful marketing tool for the operators (statistics and profiles of foreign roamers)

VAS Platform

SMS

data exchange

SMSC

GSM Network

BSC

HLR

Ethernet

MSC

VLR

SL/PCM

SCCP

Gateway

HLR

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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SS7

Probe

Data Server

SMS- Bon-Voyage: customized services for roamers abroad

  • Follow-up of local roamers leaving the operators domain:

    • provision of specific information (roaming agreements),proposal for new services (outbound)

    • Additional services: mail notification, billing, fraud detection….

    • Powerful marketing tool for the operators (statistics and profiles of travelling roamers)

GSM Local

Network

VAS Platform

SMSC

VLR

BSC

Network n

HLR

VLR

Ethernet

MSC

Network 2

SL/PCM

SCCP

Gateway

VLR

Network 1

SMS

data exchange

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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The ISCOM Project

  • ISCOM is an European R&D project

    • 5th. PCRD (2000 – 2002)

    • IST - 11425

    • www.iscom-ec.de

  • ISCOM’s objective will be to deploy intermodal travel services (for busses, railways, etc…)

    • in Baden-Wurttemberg and Stuttgart

    • In VIENNA (Austria) and ROMA (Italy)

    • In the REGIO of Alsace and Upper-Rhine

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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The ISCOM Partners

  • In Germany:

    • SSP Consult GmbH, Stuttgart: consulting for transport

    • Mentz Datenverarbeitung GmbH, Stuttgart: engineering

    • City of Stuttgart: AfU, Amt fur Umweltschutz

    • City of Stuttgart: Technisches Referat

    • NVBW, Nahverkehrsgesellschafft Baden-Wurttemberg

  • In Italy:

    • MAIOR srl, Lucca: engineering

    • ATAC: transport company in ROMA and LAZIO area

  • In Austria:

    • VOR = Verkehrsverbund OST-Region: transport company in VIENNA and Burgenland.

  • In Alsace:

    • NMG (engineering) and Telal SAEM (consulting)

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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TRACE

TRAM

Areas covered by ISCOM in Alsace: trans-regional interconnection

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Data source n

Data source 1

Data source 2

(from time-table)

(from GIS)

(from other source…)

MSDR :

Data certification

Data modelling

right users controlling

E.F.A

Federative Database

Electronic

timetable

computing

Web SMS WAP

RUBIS

ISCOM: Data collection / Workflow

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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NMG/MSDR: Global architecture

Management: Admin,

Technical,

Business, ...

Prof. GIS

Desktop GIS

CAD

Client

Frontoffice Applis.

Web

Database modelling functions, users right et requests management inside.

Middleware

Server

DBMS

&

Spatial

Indexer

Capacity to integrate all kinds of databases models and all data format.

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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ISCOM: Travel Service Access Modes

  • 1: wire-line web access to the travel service

    • The customer calls for the service

  • 2: wire-less access to the travel service

    • The customer calls for the service

  • 3: wire-less automatic access

    • The customer is called by the welcome application

    • Recognition, localisation and connexion to the travel service

    • Ex: airport welcome application

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Point of interest:

origin of transport reporting

Transport

databases

Internet

Mobile

Network

GSM

LAN

access

node

Mobile

Handset

External

Data Servers

SMS Welcome

Access Interfaces

Management Station

WAP-protocol

Service Platform

PDA

ISCOM/WAP Experimentation

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Welcome to

ISCOM-Alsace

Mobility Centre

Origin ?

Destination ?

ISCOM/WAP: planned scenario

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Conclusion: wireless-GIS-Workflow convergence of technologies

GIS: Cartographic

Information

WORKFLOW:

Database interconnection,

Information handling

  • WAP proximity services

  • WAP secured e-commerce applications

  • - location-sensitive Billing

  • - Fraud Handling

Roaming

SIM-cards

SMS

IVR/VFX

Location -

Dependent

Services

Unified

Messaging

Services

Prepaid

Billing

Services

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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Thank you for your Attention

NMG Telecoms

Parc de la Mer Rouge

20E, rue Salomon Grumbach, BP 2087

68059 Mulhouse cedex

Tel. : +33 (0)3 89 33 54 71

Fax : +33 (0)3 89 33 49 39

E.mail : h.tobiet@nmg.fr

6th. EC – GIS Workshop - LYON - June 28th. To 30th. 2000


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