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Report from the e Safety Observatory. Jacob Bangsgaard – eScope [email protected] Hannover 2 June 2005. eScope in eSafety. eScope information. www.escope.info. Road safety goal. eSafety contribution. Progress of key areas. eCall Accident Causation Analysis Impact Assessment HMI RTTI

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Report from the e safety observatory
Report from the eSafety Observatory

Jacob Bangsgaard – eScope

[email protected]

Hannover 2 June 2005



Escope information
eScope information

www.escope.info




Progress of key areas
Progress of key areas

  • eCall

  • Accident Causation Analysis

  • Impact Assessment

  • HMI

  • RTTI

  • 24 GHz

  • Digital Maps

  • Implementation Road Map

  • Standardisation

  • User Outreach

  • Communications

  • International Cooperation



Escope support to ecall
eScope support to eCall

  • Support expert workshops

  • Creation of the eCall Tool Box

  • Support standardisation work

  • Support implementation phase

  • Support Member State participation


Progress of accident causation analysis
Progress of Accident Causation Analysis

  • Accident Causation Analysis

  • Data available in existing databases has been analysed

  • A methodology for using the data has been developed

  • Difference in data quality and definitions

  • New activities through IST 4th call


Socio economic impacts
Socio economic impacts

  • Socio-economic preliminary study (SEiSS) - Developed methodology for impact assessment of eSafety systems - Test cases: eCall, ACC, and Lane Departure Warning Systems

  • Full study expected under IST 4th Call – end 2005

  • Impact Assessment


Progress of recommendations
Progress of Recommendations

  • HMI

  • New version of the European Statement of Principles ESoP to be presented 28 June 2005

  • Strong focus on Nomadic devices

  • Workshop 23 June - Brussels

  • 24 GHz – Short Range Rader

  • Commission Decision of 17 January 2005 allows the time-limited use of the 24 GHz for SRR


Real time traffic and traveller information
Real Time Traffic and traveller Information

  • RTTI

  • Identify and remove the obstacles for European-wide implementation of RTTI services - 80 % of all journeys served with adequate, standardised services by 2010

  • RDS/TMC - Longer term: advanced technologies for broadcasting and communications


Progress of recommendations1
Progress of Recommendations

  • Digital Maps

  • Supporting production, maintenance, certification, and distribution of digital map data bases with road safety attributes

  • Research (4th Call) and new Working Group

  • Implementation Road Map

  • Development of technology road maps with technical steps and socio-economic impact assessments

  • Deployment road map for heavy duty vehicles


Progress of recommendations2
Progress of Recommendations

  • Standardisation

  • ITSSG - Intelligent Transport Systems Steering Group

  • eCall work within ETSI

  • User Outreach

  • Analysed ways to increase user awareness/user demand incl. communication methods and channels

  • Support operational tests of eSafety systems


Progress of recommendations3
Progress of Recommendations

  • Communications

  • Preparation of frequency allocation for safety communications (V2V, V2I)

  • Research (4th Call) and new Working Group

  • International Cooperation

  • Developed a list of global priorities

  • Main partners EU, USA, and Japan. Next meeting in San Francisco, November 2005



Ecall
eCall

  • MoU signed by 43 authorities and industries from BE, DE, IT, UK, FR, SE, FI, GR, NL, HU, ES, CH, NO, and US.

  • Finland has launched a national eCall pilot and presented this to European Experts 15 April 2005.

  • Germany and the Netherlands are planning the implementation of E112 to visualise the location of the incident both at the PSAP and in the emergency vehicles.

  • Sweden has launched their plan for introduction of eCall and incentives will be investigated.

  • Hungary, UK, Denmark, and Spain are preparing activities.



Examples of national e safety activities
Examples of National eSafety Activities

  • INVENT – Germany

  • PREDIT – France

  • Roads to the future – Netherlands

  • AINO - Finland

  • IVSS – Sweden

  • TRAFFIMATICS – UK

  • INFONEBBIA – Italy

  • Safe Young Drivers – Denmark


National esafety rtd activities
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • INVENT – Germany

  • Budget: 76 MEUR

  • Completed in April 2005

  • 24 Partners

  • Follow-on expected

  • Focus areas:

    • Autonomous Safety Systems

    • Cooperative Safety Systems

    • Traffic Assistance

http://www.invent-online.de/


National esafety rtd activities1
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • PREDIT – France

  • PREDIT promote transport systems that are more efficient, safer, and more sustainable.

  • Budget 1990-2006 – 1.000 MEUR

  • 2002-2006 – PREDIT 3 with more focus on safety

  • Examples of areas covered:

    • HMI

    • Driving behavior

    • Preventive safety

    • Passive safety

http://www.predit.prd.fr


National esafety rtd activities2
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • Roads to the future – Netherlands

  • Budget: 8 MEUR/year

  • Started in 1996

  • Focus areas:

    • Future service areas

    • The Assisted Driver

    • The remediating road

    • Belonitor

    • Citybox

    • Optimal corridor

    • Missing link

    • Travel time expectation

    • RoadWise

http://www.rws.nl/rws/wnt/


National esafety rtd activities3
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • AINO – Finland

Budget: 20 MEUR (8 MEUR from MTC)

Period: 2004-2007

The goal of AINO is to develop the collection, management and utilisation of real time information in transport and thereby to create the foundation for improved safety, efficiency and sustainability of the transport systems.

http://www.aino.info/


National esafety rtd activities4
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • Intelligent VehicleSafety Systems

    IVSS – Sweden

  • Budget: 2003-2008 70 MEUR (40/30)

  • Areas covered:

  • Communications

  • Driver support & HMI

  • Sensors and embedded systems

  • Intelligent roads and informatics

  • Dependable and fault-tolerant systems

  • Crashworthiness

  • Vehicle dynamic safety systems


National esafety rtd activities5
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • TRAFFIMATICS – UK

Funded by DTI – Next Wave programme

Telematics platform, consisting of both mobile nodes, (e.g. the cars) and fixed hot-spot nodes (e.g. at petrol stations or traffic lights). This will support cost effective telematics applications such as traffic monitoring, dynamic routing and information services.

http://www.dti.gov.uk/


National esafety rtd activities6
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • INFONEBBIA – Italy

  • Partners: ANAS, CRF

  • “Safety in the Fog” develops and tests an integrated ITS system, aiming at ensuring driving safety in cases of low visibility conditions.

  • Control Centres for reconstructing visibility conditions in real time

  • Vehicles equipped with collision avoidance systems and telematics devices for communicating with the Control Centre

http://www.infonebbia.it/


National esafety rtd activities7
National eSafety RTD Activities

  • Safe Young Drivers – Denmark

  • INFATI – 2001

  • Safe Young Drivers - 2005

    • 300 drivers aged 18 – 24

    • 2 year duration

    • 2 MEUR

http://www.infati.dk/




Reaching the end user
Reaching the end user

Press release

  • Cars that can dial 112: Commission and industry target 2009

    Wide Coverage

  • More than 100 articles

  • Worldwide:

    • Most Member States

    • USA

    • Australia

    • China

    • Iran

    • Brazil, …

  • TV coverage: ARD, ZDF, CNN


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Enhancement of eSafety in the last 1-2 years

  • More focus on deployment needed – Incentives

  • Areas like eCall need full support

  • More focus on User Outreach – eSafety Onboard

  • More involvement of the Member States needed

  • All stakeholders need to join the activities

  • Lives can be saved every day - if we progress


Thank you……

Jacob Bangsgaard

[email protected]


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