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MANAGEMENT OF EFC THROUGH DSRC INTEROPERABILITY IN THE ALPINE AREA

67.007.0 Alpine Interoperability


Introduction scope of project
Introduction: Scope of Project

  • Define an interoperableEFC service for:

    • Austria

    • France

    • Italy

    • Slovenia

    • Switzerland

  • Define the required procedures for the service

    … for heavy vehicles only (> 3.5 tons)

    … for central account payment

    with a view to extend toother countries

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Introduction participants
Introduction: Participants

Operators:

Project Office:

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Introduction scope of project1
Introduction: Scope of Project

Results shall:

  • directly lead to implementation

  • be operational for operators

  • be concise and understandable

  • be fed into the European process

    • e.g. Regulatory Committee, Stockholm Group, RCI, CESARE-III

  • lead to added services to customers

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Introduction scope of project2
Introduction: Scope of Project

Why only Heavy Vehicles?

  • The market for international interoperability for light vehicles is too small

  • The Directive 2004/52/EC of the European Parliament states: “Interoperability for Heavy Vehicles first”

  • Austria and Switzerland do not have EFC for light vehicles

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Contents of the presentation
Contents of the Presentation

  • Existing systems

  • MEDIA technical solution

  • MEDIA contractual architecture

  • Outlook

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Systems austria
Systems: Austria

  • Subject: Vehicles > 3.5 tons

  • Infrastructure: Motorways Open system

  • Tariffication: Per (motorway) kilometre, tariff depends on vehicle class declared characteristics

  • Technology: Multi-lane free-flow Mandatory OBU CEN 5.8 GHz DSRC (CARDME)

  • EFC Operator: state owned operating company

  • Contract Issuer: ident EFC Operator

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Systems france
Systems: France

  • Subject: All vehicles (Trucks from 2006)

  • Infrastructure: Motorways, bridges, tunnels Closed & open system

  • Tariffication: Per (motorway) kilometre, tariff depends on vehicle class measured characteristics

  • Technology: Single ETC lane Voluntary OBU CEN 5.8 GHz DSRC (TIS)(CARDME from 2006)

  • EFC Operator: 13 concessionaires (private/public)

  • Contract Issuer: 8 companies

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Systems italy
Systems: Italy

  • Subject: All vehicles

  • Infrastructure: Motorways Closed & open system

  • Tariffication: Per (motorway) kilometre, tariff depends on vehicle class measured characteristics

  • Technology: Single ETC lane Voluntary OBU UNI 5.8 GHz DSRC (UNI)

  • EFC Operator: 24 concessionaires (private/public)

  • Contract Issuer: 1 company

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Systems slovenia
Systems: Slovenia

  • Subject: All vehicles

  • Infrastructure: Motorways Open & closed system

  • Tariffication: Per (motorway) kilometre, tariff depends on vehicle class measured characteristics

  • Technology: Single ETC lane Voluntary OBU CEN 5.8 GHz DSRC (CARDME) (introduction in 2006, currently 2.45GHz)

  • EFC Operator: state owned operating company

  • Contract Issuer: ident EFC Operator

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Systems switzerland
Systems: Switzerland

  • Subject: Vehicles > 3.5 tons

  • Infrastructure: All public roads kilometre charging system

  • Tariffication: per kilometre and per ton MLW, emission-dependent declared characteristics

  • Technology: Tachograph / Odometer CEN 5.8 GHz DSRC plus

    supported by GPS and Chipcard

  • EFC Operator: Swiss Customs Authority

  • Contract Issuer: ident EFC Operator (“Contract”)

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Issues for interoperability
Issues for Interoperability

  • Austria: User declaration of No. of axles

  • France:Several EFC Operators (no cent- ralised organisational structure) All classes / CARDME in 2006

  • Italy:Different DSRC technology

  • Slovenia:Post-pay processes currently under development CEN DSRC / CARDME in 2006

  • Switzerland:Tachograph reading to be declared upon entry/exit User declaration of TrailerGovernmental operator / tax

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Media technical solution
MEDIA Technical Solution

MEDIA can accept technical products (or combinations) that fulfil the MEDIA requirements:

  • Dual DSRC interface

    • CEN (CARDME)

    • Telepass

  • Mechanism to declare trailer / axles

  • Mechanism to declare distance reading, such as

    • Chipcard for LSVA terminal

    • Keyboard and display on the OBE

    • Automatic measurement by OBE

  • Harmonised classification data (incl. license plate)

  • OBE logically bound to vehicle

  • Personalisation interface

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Media obe

CEN

TELEPASS

MEDIA OBE

MEDIA can accept technical products (or combinations) that fulfil the MEDIA requirements:

  • Short term (2006)

    • Existing dual DSRC interface OBU plus LSVA Card

  • Mid term

    • MEDIA OBU, dual DSRC interfacewith keyboard and display

  • Long term

    • EETS OBE (see RCI project)

    • next generation Swiss OBU

    • German OBU with Telepass(-interface)

    • … any product that fulfils the MEDIA requirements

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Contractual architecture roles of the entities
Contractual Architecture:Roles of the Entities

  • Transport Service Provider

  • EFC Operator

  • Contract Issuer

  • Payment Service Provider

  • OBU Issuer

  • Customer

  • User = Driver

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Contractual architecture
Contractual Architecture

  • There is a contractual relationship involving the EFC operators and the Contract Issuers

    • Contract Issuer is free in his choice of PSP

  • The Contract Issuer has to guarantee payment to the EFC operators

  • Obligations of Contract Issuer and EFC Operator plus rules for the MEDIA EFC Service

  • Local contract may still be valid, but can also be bound to the MEDIA OBU

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Contractual architecture money information flow example

EFC OperatorASFINAG

Contract Issuer

EFC Operator 1

Contract Issuer

Institution X

EFC OperatorSAPRR

EFC OperatorAutostrade

EFC OperatorDARS

EFC OperatorSwiss Customs

PSP

DKV

PSP

Esso

PSP

Visa

PSP

DKV

PSP

Shell

Customers

Customers

Contractual Architecture: Money & Information Flow (Example)

Payment guarantee

Payment guarantee

Financial claim + transaction + invoice data

Financial claim + transaction + invoice data

Payment

Payment

Financial claim

Payment

Payment guarantee

Financial claim

Payment

Payment guarantee

Media association contract

Payment

Payment

DSRC Transactions

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Outlook
Outlook

  • Finalisation of project in February 2005

    Outlining specification of

    • Contracts

    • Processes

    • Technical solution

      Report will be openly available at the project office in March (www.rapp.ch)

  • Operators are committed to introduce the MEDIA service as soon as possible

  • Intention to start implementation project immediately

  • MEDIA shall be available in by mid 2006

  • MEDIA is open to extension to other operators and countries

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