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Use of EDAS for the management of road regulated fleets. Why EGNOS EDAS. Telespazio positioning in EGNOS/Galileo applications Service Provider for GNSS downstream Ready for EGNOS today and also preparing for Galileo EGNOS EDAS A “clear” role for a value added Service Provider

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Use of EDAS

for the management of

road regulated fleets


Why EGNOS EDAS

  • Telespazio positioning in EGNOS/Galileo applications

    • Service Provider for GNSS downstream

      • Ready for EGNOS today and also preparing for Galileo

    • EGNOS EDAS

      • A “clear” role for a value added Service Provider

        • Service Providers can develop solutions that use/exploit EGNOS data from EDAS

        • and deliver products and services

      • A “clear” need from specific markets, primarily transport

        • EGNOS can offer an added value to regulated applications,

        • capable to generate benefits


Roadmap

  • Focus on EGNOS “priority” markets

  • Exploit EGNOS added value in sustainable business cases

  • Converge with the interests of main users (business and institutional)

  • Align with National and EU policies

  • Search for business models based on EGNOS

  • Convey best practices based on GPS into EGNOS (OS firstly, then EDAS)

  • Turn proven solutions into large-scale operation to lead to products/fruition

  • Combine National and European efforts to support standardization

  • Pursue cross-border cooperation for harmonisation


Road as a priority market for EGNOS EDAS

  • Road among the largest markets for GNSS

  • Strong market growth of GNSS use in road applications

  • GPS widely adopted in mass-market and professional applications

  • A myriad of applications for different uses

  • Various regulated applications, possibly benefitting from EGNOS:

    • Transport of dangerous goods

    • Urban regulated fleets

    • Professional fleets


State of play of EGNOS EDAS in road

  • Technology

    • Majority of the GNSS receivers (mass-market/automotive grade) ready

    • Solutions/products available on the market

  • European CEN technical specification/standard

    • CEN Workshop Agreement CWA 16390:2012

  • Used in operations

    • Tracking & tracing of dangerous goods

  • Validated in other road applications (technical and business)

    • Monitoring/management of urban regulated fleets

    • Monitoring/management of professional fleets


  • EGNOS EDAS

    for tracking & tracing dangerous goods (1)

    • Implementation path

      • 2009: eni and Italy’s Ministry of Transport validated EGNOS and considered EGNOS OS added value interesting for operational use

      • 2010:

      • eni started a step-wise adoption of EGNOS OS and EGNOS EDAS

      • for monitoring the tankers transporting dangerous goods in Italy

      • Existing GPS systems retrofitted to use EGNOS

      • through Telespazio LCS

      • 2011: implementation of EU large-scale operations &

      • standardization


    EGNOS EDAS

    for tracking & tracing dangerous goods (2)

    • Today’s facts and figures

      • 300 operational tankers transporting hydrocarbon and chemical in Europe

      • Extension to vehicles in Germany and in Switzerland and to the transport of aviation material

      • ITS Directive in Italy (Decree 1 February 2013)

    • Benefits for the users

      • Confidence/guarantee on the position for a better control

      • Higher position accuracy for enhanced risk management, prevention/statistics

      • Commercial benefits

      • Increased safety


    Outlook

    • Transport of dangerous goods

      • Full-scale implementation in Italy

      • Continuation of cross-border cooperation

      • Extension to rail transport of dangerous goods

      • Further exploitation of EGNOS EDAS

      • Galileo/multiconstellation

      • Other road applications

      • Launch of best practices for urban mobility/regulated fleets operations:

      • City logistics

      • Limited traffic zone

      • Touristic buses and special vehicles fleet in urban areas

      • Local Public Transport


    Lessons learnt

    • Win-win factors

      • Cooperation with main users:

        • For guiding technology development and benefits validation

        • User-driven solutions exploiting EGNOS added value

        • Gradual introduction in sustainable business cases

      • Involvement of institutions to support the implementation of best practices

      • Boosting the window of opportunity for EGNOS linked to EU/national policies/priorities

      • Key actions

      • Facilitation of EGNOS OS use

      • Standardization and certification in case needed

      • Application-tailored developments

      • EU coordination and harmonisation driven by national priorities



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