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Roadpricing from a Mobile Telco Perspective Paul A.J. Tilanus KPN Valley The Netherlands IMPRINT Europe Seminar 23 & 24 October 2002 Mobile Telco’s interest in Roadpricing The main reasons for a Mobile Telco, in general, to participate Subscription fees Synergy with

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roadpricing from a mobile telco perspective

Roadpricing from a Mobile Telco Perspective

Paul A.J. Tilanus

KPN Valley

The Netherlands

IMPRINT Europe Seminar

23 & 24 October 2002

mobile telco s interest in roadpricing
Mobile Telco’s interest in Roadpricing

The main reasons for a Mobile Telco, in general,

to participate

Subscription

fees

Synergy with

Mobile In-Car Services

Call and session

revenues

subscription fees

Depends on the designof the Roadpricing system

Subscription Fees

Subscription fees cover

  • Mobility Management
  • Billing

To lower subscription fees from a Mobile Telco

  • Intelligent application able to
    • Switch mobile connection on when needed
    • Switch mobile connection off asap
  • Wholesale billing
call and session revenues

on board unit

garage

mobile communication

billing

CRM & marketing

administration

other costs

2004

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Call and session Revenues
  • Roadpricing systems typically generate
  • almost no mobile traffic
  • with a bad geographical distribution
mobile in car services

Real-time route planner

  • Parking
  • Where is the nearest … (Yellow pages)
  • Monitor the driver’s behaviour
Mobile In-Car Services
  • There are many possible MICS
    • For the driver of a car
    • For the owner of a car
  • The MICS highest on the wish lists

Many MICS require the position of the car

synergy with mobile in car services
Synergy with Mobile In-Car Services

A Roadpricing system is attractive to a Mobile Telco if

  • It is based on the geographical location of the car
  • The location is accessible by other applications
  • An open (industry) standard interface is used

Note that the interest of the Mobile Telco is indirect

  • A Service Provider offers the MICS
  • The MICS generates mobile traffic
  • The Mobile Telco might offer additional servicesto the Service Provider (e.g. billing)
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Roadpricing systems generate little paid traffic and possibly unpaid load on the mobile network
  • Synergy of MICS and roadpricing possible with an open, standard interface to the location of the car
  • The interest of a Mobile Telco is indirect
    • Do not expect Mobile Telcos to take the lead in implementing roadpricing systems
    • Expect from Mobile Telcos willingness to participate
  • A Mobile Telco would be a good MICS portal provider