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GRSC4(06)09. UWB Applications in ETSI. Technology and Standards Presented by Alan Dearlove ETSI ERM TG31A. Goals. Globally acceptable UWB standards Interoperability of systems Regulatory solutions for global deployment Increase user, consumer and government confidence

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uwb applications in etsi

GRSC4(06)09

UWB Applications in ETSI

Technology and Standards

Presented by Alan Dearlove

ETSI ERM TG31A

GSC: Standardization Advancing Global Communications

goals
Goals
  • Globally acceptable UWB standards
  • Interoperability of systems
  • Regulatory solutions for global deployment
  • Increase user, consumer and government confidence
  • Support global trade
  • ETSI ERM-TG31A,TG31B, TG31C Work Program:
    • Provision of standards, regulatory solutions for UWB Technology to enhance safety and work efficiency in public and private areas

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areas of activity 1
Areas of Activity 1

ETSI ERM_TG31A:Communications

LATEST UPDATE

  • Draft EN 302 065 for Technical Body approval
  • Draft EMC standard under preparation
  • Draft European Commision Decision under finalisation
  • Number of independent interference trials underway

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areas of activity 2
Areas of Activity 2

ETSI ERM_TG31B:Vehicular Radar

  • Enhance traffic safety by UWB vehicular Short Range Radar (SRR)

Globally supported by SARA *), the automotive vehicle radar industry group,

  • Status of Standardization:
    • EN 302 288, 24 GHz SRR; -published
    • EN 302 264, 79 GHz SRR -in work
      • European Commission and CEPT Frequency

Decisions for 24 and 79 GHz -published

*) SARA – Short range Automotive Radar frequency Allocation

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areas of activity 3
Areas of Activity 3

ETSI ERM_TG31C: UWB Sensors

  • Enhance safety and work efficiency in public and private building, the construction and the medical environment areas
  • Status of Standardization
    • EN 302 435 Building Material Analysis; approved for PE*)
    • EN 302 500 Location Tracking-indoor; approved for PE*)
    • EN 302 501 Location Tracking-outdoor; in work
    • EN 302 498 Object Discriminat.& Charact. in work
    • EN 302 499 Object Identific.f. Surveillance in work
      • CEPT Frequency Decisions under development

*) PE = Public Enquiry

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conclusion
Conclusion
  • ETSI proposes to modify the Resolution GSC-10/11 (GRSC) Global UWB Standardization to include UWB Radar and Sensor/Imaging Applications

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ETSI UWB Radar and Sensors standardization

Presented by

Thomas Weber ETSI ERM TG31B

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24 ghz uwb short range radar

Parking aid

Blind spotdetection

Backup parking

aid

Precrash

Stop & Go for ACC

Rear crash collision warning

Collision

warning

Lane change

assist

Blind spotdetection

Collisionmitigation

24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

SRR for Surround Sensing – possible applications

  • Complete surround sensing with 8 sensors
  • Multiple applications with one kind of sensor

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24 ghz uwb short range radar1

Radar sensors enable obstacle

detection in most driving situations

Available

day and night

Widely independent of

weather conditions

24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

Why UWB Radar?

Radar is a key enabling technology for innovative

driver assistance systems and safety systems

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24 ghz uwb short range radar2

Radar can address 88 % of all rear-end crashes

Driver Inattention

68%

9%

9%

11%

Alcohol

Inattention andfollowing too closely

Following too closely

Source: NHTSA

24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

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24 ghz uwb short range radar3
24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

Why UWB Radar?

High resolution UWB SRR systems

are capable of reliable object tracking,

to predict the path of encountering obstacles

This is vital to predict potential crashes

Low resolution narrowband radar

system are unreliable in tracking

objects

Predictability even deteriorateswith multiple objects in field of view.

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24 ghz uwb short range radar4
24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

ETSI - CEPT

FCC

Note: Time-limited placement on the market of 24 GHz SRRs in the EU member states until 30th June 2013. After this date only 79 GHz SRRs with a level of – 3dBm/MHz are to be placed on the market.

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24 ghz uwb short range radar5
24 GHz UWB Short Range Radar

Global deployment of UWB SRRs

US: Regulation in force since 2002

EU: Regulation in force since 2005 *)

Russia:

Discussion

Japan / Far East:

Discussion

Canada:

Inpreparation

EU action:

SRR integrated in eSafety program

NZ:

24 GHz Regulation released

Since cars are sold worldwide,

a globally armonized frequency regulation is very important.

SGP,

Australia:

24 GHz in preparation

*) the 24 GHz regulation is limited to 2013

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overview uwb sensor systems
Overview – UWB Sensor Systems

Building

Material

Analysis and

Classification

Object

Discrimination

and

Characteriz.

Object

Identification

for

Surveillance

Location

Tracking

GPR /

WPR

&

Concrete

Inspection

Type 1

Type 1 Type 2 e.g.

(in- door out - door) hazardous tools

  • Professional
  • Users

TR 102 994-2

EN 302 066

TR102 495-6

EN 302 5xx

TR 102 495-1

EN 302 435

TR 102 495-3

EN 302 500

TR 102 495-4

EN 302 501

TR 102 495-2 TR 102 495-5

EN 302 498 EN 302 499

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application examples
Application Examples

Building material analysis and classificationEN 302 435

  • Localization of hidden targets in constructions e.g. pipes, holes, wires for increased safety while e.g. drilling, construction testing
  • Characterization of material, e.g. metal or plastic or humidity
  • Sensors could be attached/integrated in Tooling equipment

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application examples1
Application Examples

Location Tracking EN 302 500

  • Localization of Object in a range gate
  • Tracking of target movements within the detection range
  • Sensor Tracking technology for mass market applications
  • Indoor tracking applications covered by FCC regulation and ECC UWB decision

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application examples2
Application Examples

Object Discrimination and Characterization EN 302 498Object Identification for Surveillance EN 302 499

  • Identification of humans (adult or child), animals, objects in different environments e.g. buildings, rooms, cars in normal and emergency situation
  • Measure heartbeat and breath frequency to monitor the physiological condition
  • Enabling of faster rescue and security actions and increased passenger safety

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application examples3
Application Examples

Object Discrimination and Characterization EN 302 498

  • Example: Safety sensor for “hazardous” tools

Tool

Workpiece

Sensor

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application examples4
Application Examples

Concrete Inspection

Principle scenario for detecting and determining the position and depth of tendons and rebars in a bridge structure.

The UWB handheld scanner is moved over a grid in order to image the buried tendons and rebars. The position is marked on the grid.

UWB inspection device

UWB inspection device

Example for the application of a UWB Concrete Inspection device to locate tendons or rebars for preparation of through-drillings in a bridge slab using diamond cores.

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