1 Francesco Di Corpo An Integrated Navigation/Communication System Meeting the Requirements of the e112 European Directive for in car Emergency Call The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 Outline Introducing Tema.mobility Consortium Pan-European vs Private eCall The Tema.mobility Solution: Architecture Description Advantages and Test Results The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 2 Introducing Tema.mobility
o Magneti Marelli and Telecom Italia founded at the end of 2007 the Tema.mobility consortium with the specific mandate of exploiting all the possible benefits from the integration of advanced COM and NAV technologies + = o Activities related to satellite navigation are carried out with the support of a well-know R&D center o Contributors to this work: Graziella Spinelli Tema.mobility Stefano Bozzo Magneti Marelli Fabrizio Dominici, Paolo Mulassano - ISMB The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 3
TeMa Mobility Areas of Competence Vehicle Tracking Suite Solution for vehicle tracking and the main parameters. It mainly address: Insurances society: enabling improved insurance services (e.g. PAYD) Cargo Suite Solutions for management , optimization and monitoring of fleets dedicated to goods transportation Mission Planning and management Rental cars: fleet management solutions Route optimization and service improvement
Special Fleet: solutions for fleet management for public services (e.g. Taxi) and public safety (e.g. ambulances) check of the operational vehicle parameter and of the Society for public activities (e.g. plumbers): solution for workforce management The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 Driver support.... Automotive Suite B2B solutions dedicated to car makers for the management of services to the customers (e.g. SOS Emergency, Intelligent maintenance Info Portal), using an infobrokering platform able to integrate
contents and services coming from different providers. Provides the management of the front-end process (e.g. CRM, Billing, Reporting) 4 Urban Mobility Suite Solution dedicated to the improvement of mobility in urban areas Traffic monitoring and optimization Monitoring and control to limited areas Optimization of the parking management .... 4 The eCall Paradigm The single European emergency number 112 was introduced to enable citizens to call the emergency services by using one and the same number anywhere in the European Union [Council Decision of July 29,
1991 (91/396/EEC) and Universal Service Directive of March 7, 2002 (Directive o eCall 2002/22/EC)] is the term for a pan-European system for emergency calls in o o vehicles using the emergency telephone number 112 in case of accident the introduction of this system with full European coverage has been foreseen in 2010 emergency Call (eCall) in the context of road traffic can be described as a system to provide notification to Public Safety Answering Points (PSAP), by means of wireless communications, that a vehicle has crashed and to provide coordinates with a defined minimum 1 112 voice Call set of data 1 112 voice Call The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 2 MSD 2 MSD 5
Pan-European eCall Source: Bjrn Steiger Stiftung The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 6 Private eCall TeMa Solutions Source: Bjrn Steiger Stiftung The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 7 Overview of System Architecture Network SMS [MSD]
TBOX VT&T Platform Telco Service Exposure GPS SMS [Minimum Set of Data] 8 Client Web To access the MSD messages PSAP GSM Voice Call Emergency event (Trigger): - Manual (emergency button) - Automatic (CAN bus/Shock
Sensor) The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 MSD Analysis 8 On Board Unit OBU: Marellis T-BOX CAN Bus GPS Audio GSM Modem The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 9 T-Box On Board Unit Telematic-Box key features o
o o o o o o o o o o Quad-band GPRS MODEM GPS high sensitivity indoor Rechargeable Backup battery XYZ-Axis Acceleration Sensor with g-Select CAN network Digital I/O Power supply: 9 - 40V MicroC/OS II Operating system Serial port RS232 ad-hoc firmware for eCall management Voice call management PDU (8 bit) message SMS-C Test done in cooperation with Bjrn Steiger Stiftung Service
Institutemanaging managingseveral severalsafety safetyanswering answering Institute pointsininGermany Germany points The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 10 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Emergency Position Minimum Set of Data The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 11 Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP)
Key Features: o Usage of the Telco Service Exposure (TSE) platform for SMS reception o Management of the Minimum Set of Data (MSD) compliant to the eCall standard o Vehicle information display o Vehicle position and data visualized on several cartographic tools and systems The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 12 Advantages of Proposed Solution o No central eCall PSAP necessary (but possible) o Fast solution introduction, no specific o o o o o o
infrastructures are needed Open and neutral technology (SMS, USSD, WLAN etc.) Car manufactures can select which protocol and encryption of data they prefer High reliability (currently proved on the field and massive tests) Redundancy through multi-access possibilities for the PSAPs Possibility to connect the system to other backend applications Low cost The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 13 Test & Results 14 o Tests of the developed prototype have been conducted in Turin by Tema.mobility and ISMB with the support of Telecom Italia and Magneti Marelli
o Further tests with T-BOX have been done in the framework of a cooperation with the Bjrn Steiger Stiftung (BSS) o BSS organized massive tests for the private eCall using an infrastructure that relies on a PSAP connected to two SMS-C gateways: 23 European Country crossed; First test campaign More than 300000 SMS triggered during 9 months tests; Short delivery time for MSD: 63% t<8s, 11% 8s
Francesco Di Corpo [email protected] a.it Tel: +39 011 2288120 Mobile: +39 3351357750 http://www.tema-mobility.eu The Fully Networked Car Geneva, 4-5 March 2009 15
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