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Miss – Monitor Integrated safety System. Project n. 516235 Call Identifier: FP6-2003-Transport-3 Type of instrument: STREP Start 01/01/2005 Duration 24 months. Project Objectives. The overall goals of the project are:

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Miss monitor integrated safety system

Miss – Monitor Integrated safety System

Project n. 516235

Call Identifier: FP6-2003-Transport-3

Type of instrument: STREP

Start 01/01/2005

Duration 24 months


Project objectives
Project Objectives

  • The overall goals of the project are:

    • to promote the development of robust open platforms, communications, services and HMI to accelerate the development, deployment, and use of Intelligent Integrated Road Safety Systems.

    • to develop a shared vision of a better future in which more intelligent, efficient and safe transport infrastructure will respond better and better to our mobility needs.


Scientific and technological objectives 1 4
Scientific and Technological Objectives 1/4

  • The Monitor Integrated Safety System (MISS) platform aims at the development of a state-of-the-art technology and algorithmic solution to mitigate severe traffic safety problems.

  • The technological goal is the integration of supervision monitoring rooms into one single UOC (Unified Operative Centre)


Scientific and technological objectives 2 4
Scientific and Technological Objectives 2/4

  • MISS platform will consist of:

    • Innovative on board vehicle-based detection kit Integrated with existing communication technologies (TETRA, GPRS, GSM)

    • Geo-reference street database

    • Advanced algorithms to fuse the detected real-time data gathered by several organizations so that reliable and consistent traffic information can be shared.

    • Intelligent communication schemes to allow targeted information dissemination to clerical staff and drivers, based on their location and projected route


Scientific and technological objectives 3 4
Scientific and Technological Objectives 3/4

The architecture:


Scientific and technological objectives 4 4
Scientific and Technological Objectives 4/4

  • The main functionality of the MISS platform are here after briefly outlined:

    • To detect infrastructure hazards - such as debris on the road, pavement deterioration and stalled vehicles - mobile vehicle-based devices.

    • To communicate data on detected hazards via a high-speed link thanks to communication network to an UOC.

    • To record short video and audio on demand

    • To process the raw data (recorded, fused and coupled with existing data in a geo-coded database) and produce reliable targeted information for various types of users (travellers, emergency vehicles, vehicle fleets, other).

    • To share targeted information among different executive monitoring rooms.


Workpackage structure
WorkPackage Structure

  • The overall work is divided into 7 workpackages, each one having its specific goal and responsible:

    • WP1 Project Management (SINTRA)

    • WP2 User Need, service Scenario and System requirements (CRF)

    • WP3 System Specification and Design (REG)

    • WP4 Prototype Implementation (M-SYS)

    • WP5 On-field Testing and demonstration (PROBO)

    • WP6 Industrial Exploitation (CERTH)

    • WP7 Dissemination and Promotion (SRM)


The consortium
The Consortium

  • Province of Bologna (IT)

  • M-Systems (IL)

  • Regulus (IT)

  • Sintra (IT)

  • Hellenic Institute of Transportation (GR)

  • Università degli Studi di Udine (IT)

  • City of Saarbruecken (DE)

  • Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki (GR)

  • BVG (DE)

  • Cities on Internet (PL)

  • Reti Mobilità (IT)

  • CTL (CY)

  • BLIC (DE)


The budget
The Budget

  • The overall cost of the project is € 2.989.048

    co-funded by European Commission for 50%.


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