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O2 esafety status report

O2 “eSafety” – status report

Risto Kulmala

Leiden 2 February 2007


  • Implementation Road Maps WG workshop

  • CEDR eSafety Strategy

    • Endorsed by GB

    • Flyer prepared

  • EB workshop 9 February

    • Ca 20 participants

  • eSafety status

Workshop on cooperation between vehicle systems and dynamic traffic management
Workshop on Cooperation between vehicle systems and dynamic traffic management

  • Held at Representation of Baden-Württenberg in Brussels

  • 40 participants representing a variety of public and private stakeholders throughout Europe

  • 7 introductory papers

  • Discussion groups

    • A) Technology issues including interoperability

    • B) Business models and markets

    • C) User acceptance and safety

    • D) Legal issues, e.g. privacy, liability and security

Selected workshop conclusions
Selected Workshop Conclusions

  • Agreement on and standardisation of common interfaces and protocols for v2i and i2v

  • Actions should be commenced to enable the utilisation of Electronic Fee Collection technologies (positioning, communications with secure monetary transactions) for other purposes

  • Quality levels need to be established and monitored for data required by the eSafety systems and services as well as the information infrastructure behind the services

  • FCD building on existing fleet management systems should be utilised for other possible cases

  • Utilise Field Operation Tests to evaluate the benefits and acceptance of the systems, and to increase the user and political awareness

  • Utilise the Article 29 Group dealing with all issues of data protection and privacy

  • Try to solve liability issues with the code of practice approach as developed by the RESPONSE 3

Cedr vision of the future
CEDR Vision of the future

  • By the year 2020, new Information and Communications technologies will enable two-way communications between vehicles, and between vehicles and (road side) infrastructure. This will support the functionalities for road users as well as the role and tasks of road administrations, and

  • it will result in:

  • Reduced fatalities

  • Better informed travel- lers and hauliers

  • More effective and efficient operations by traffic managers and infrastructure providers, being adequately informed and well equipped

Cedr strategy on esafety
CEDR strategy on eSafety

To achieve this vision, CEDR will apply the following Strategy:

- contribute to a common communication layer/protocol for vehicles and roadside, enabling all kind of data communication between vehicles, and vehicles and infrastructure thereby extending the services that can be delivered;

- realise interaction between all stakeholders, who will invest in their specific domain regarding the successful development and deployment of eSafety systems; NRAs will deliver and support services of public and road user interest;

- realise a coordinated model and operation charter, clustering all relevant stakeholders. This operation includes the definition of roles and responsibilities, an adequate organisation, a suitable legal framework and appropriate business models. Technology provided by industry will be standardised.

Steps of cedr to realise the strategy
Steps of CEDR to realise the strategy

- the sharing of the CEDR strategy with all NRA’s as well as other public and private stakeholders;

- active participation in the eSafety Forum’s activities on all levels, establishing an efficient information exchange and decision-preparation platform for eSafety related activities within CEDR in close co-operation with individual NRA’s

- promoting the NRA interests in the standardization process


  • How do you interpret the CEDR vision with regards to your national approach?

  • Which aspects do you like to highlight in this vision?

  • How do you interpret the CEDR strategy with regards to your national approach?

  • Which aspects do you like to highlight in this strategy?

  • How would your NRA like to contribute to the realisation of the strategy?

Other issues for eb worshop
Other issues for EB worshop

  • Participation in eSafety Steering Group

  • Participation in Working groups:

    • Implementation Road Maps

    • Real Time Traffic Information (RTTI)

    • Communication

    • Security

    • Architecture

    • ICT for Clean and Efficient Mobility

  • Decision platform enabling quick decisions

  • eSafety flyer

  • Cooperation with ERTICO

Esafety recent issues
eSafety – recent issues

  • Eurobarometer study published

  • HMI recommendation

  • eCall communication

  • Two studies ongoing

    • IVS Promotion Benchmarking

    • Performance testing: feasibility

  • Forum Plenaries 1 March and 18 September

  • High Level Meeting Industry 8 May

Implementation road maps wg
Implementation Road Maps WG

  • Agree with other stakeholders (especially industry) on

    • Priority systems to be promoted

    • Road maps for their implementation

  • Monitor the realisation of the road maps

  • NRAs actively involved

    • DE, SE, NO, BE

  • The other chair from O2

Rtti real time traffic and travel information wg
RTTI (Real-Time Traffic and Travel Information) WG

  • Inventory of the existing framework and the relevance and effects of RTTI

  • Recommends measures Member States should take in order to establish RTTI services with European standards and defined accessibility for the users

  • European agreement on information to be provided free of charge

  • EC Communication expected

  • NRAs actively involved

    • DE, CH

Communications wg
Communications WG

  • Recommendations to the commission how a harmonised EU wide communication system for V2V and V2I could be established

  • Spectrum issues, helping the Commission with CEPT and Radio Spectrum Committee (RSC)

  • Standardisation, working together with Intelligent Transportation Systems Steering Group (ITSSG) towards ETSI, CEN and ISO

  • International cooperation, i.e. establishing contacts to similar groups in the US and Japan to coordinate international issues in the WG-C work areas

  • NRAs actively involved

    • BE, NL

Security wg
Security WG

  • Investigate eSecurity needs related to misuse of networked and co-operative systems

  • Integrate existing and emerging RTD initiatives

  • Provide a communication platform of all stakeholders in order to support the introduction of eSecurity technologies in parallel to the technical progress and compatible to legal and certification aspects

  • NRAs to be actively involved

    • SE?

Service oriented architectures wg
Service Oriented Architectures WG

  • Tentative plans

    • SOA: Architectures for installing, starting, stopping, updating, and removing vehicle related services

    • To describe the state of the art and what is missing to facilitate market introduction

  • NRAs to be actively involved

    • BE, NO

Ict for clean mobility wg
ICT for Clean Mobility WG

  • To mobilize the various sectors that need to cooperate in identifying possible new solutions for using ITC for cleaner and efficient mobility

  • Complementary to the CARS21 environmental recommendations

  • Today only few ICT solutions for cleaner mobility with almost none at infrastructure level

  • Traffic management and cooperative systems

  • NRAs to be actively involved

    • SE