Technical Sessions

Tuesday 20 June 2017

Meng Lu, Robbin Blokpoel, Dynniq, the Netherlands

Business model and contractual framework for implementing a pan-European e-market place of mobility services

This paper introduces the MOBiNET ecosystem, and presents the most recent developments of the business model and the contractual framework for the implementation of the MOBINET platform. It analyses the current (B2B, B2G, B2C) market for mobility services, requirements and needs, challenges and trends. Based on this, potential MOBiNET services are identified and a business models is proposed. In additional, a MOBiNET contractual framework is developed based on expert knowledge, and implementation challenges are addressed.
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Jo Skjermo, Bjorn Elnes, Ana Dalsnes Storsaeter, Christian Berg Skjetne, Sintef, Norway

Heavy Vehicle Access Control Using Present C-ITS Standards

Self-declaration vehicle data based access control for heavy goods vehicles over IEEE 802.11p communication are some of several use-cases being considered for C-ITS by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. Such use-cases may need to be tested on real road segments. Tests could benefit from using existing standards and off-the-shelf hardware, but will often require adaptions on an application-to-application basis. Such adaptions should not interrupt equipment that follows existing standards. The concept of Cooperative self-declaring of weight of trucks in motion is being used to explore how this could be achieved under the present set of standards and on present hardware to acquire more knowledge on possibilities and challenges of C-ITS deployment. The concept is currently being implemented using existing standards and of-the-shelf hardware.
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Wednesday 21 June 2017

Risto Öörni, VTT, Finland

Certification approach for ITS data and services marketplace

This paper proposed a certification approach for ITS data and services marketplace and uses the MOBiNET platform and ecosystem as a case study. The proposed certification approach includes three levels: compliance to acceptable use policy, self-certification and certification y a third party. The proposed approach to certification of applications, services and data has been developed on the basis of the identified requirements for certification, industry case studies and a questionnaire answered by the MOBiNET consortium. In addition, acceptance procedures for services, applications and data are described as flowcharts. The proposed certification approach is suitable for a wide range of content, flexible and can be implemented with limited amount of resources. Challenges encountered during the work included lack of consensus on the scope of mandatory certification, limited availability of formal or de-facto standards for ITS services and datasets and partly conflicting requirements for certification.
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Tobias Schlauch, Janki Dodiya, Andrea Rickling, Lars Mikkelsen, Dirk Beckmann, DLR, Germany

Architecture and use cases of the mobility service platform MOBiNET

The paper shows an innovative approach for a European-wide ITS service platform which addresses current barriers of cooperative system-enabled service deployments such as a lack of harmonised services, availability of communication means, accessibility of incompatibility of transport-related data, fragmentation of end user subscriptions and payment services, and proprietary technologies in user devices. The primary goal is the holistic simplification of the overall process by bringing together mobility services supply and demand in a common marketplace. In this paper we present an overview of the platform’s architecture and the functionality available at the time of writing. In addition, we present the guiding use case scenarios, their use of platform functionality, and the benefits obtained through the use of the platform.
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