CEN/TC 278 Scope 5

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CEN/TC 278
ITS standardization
Work programme overview
8 April, 2015
Presentation content
ITS standardization
CEN/TC 278
ITS action plan and mandate M/453
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Why do we need ITS standards
Enables interoperability of systems/services
Encourages innovation, fosters enterprise and opens up new
markets for suppliers
Creates trust and confidence in products and services
Expands the market, brings down costs and increases competition
Helps to prevent duplication of effort
Supports greater confidence in procurement
Interchangeability of system component suppliers
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The formal standards bodies for ITS
Global level
– ISO/TC 204 – Intelligent Transport Systems
– ISO/TC 22 – Road vehicles
European level
– CEN: CEN/TC 278 for ITS, CEN/TC 226 Machine Readable cards
– CENELEC/TC 226 Road equipment
– ETSI TC ITS
National level
– National standards bodies: NEN, DIN, AFNOR, BSI ……
Coördinaten between CEN/ETSI/EC through ITSCG
Intelligent Transport Systems Coördinaten Group
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CEN/TC 278 Scope
CEN/TC 278 Road transport and traffic telematics
Standardization in the field of telematics to be applied to road traffic and
transport, including those elements that need technical harmonisation for
intermodal operation in the case of other means of transport.
It shall support …
vehicle, container, swap body and goods wagon identification;
communication between vehicles and road infrastructure;
communication between vehicles;
in-vehicle human machines interfacing as far as telematics is
concerned;
traffic and parking management;
user fee collection;
public transport management;
user information.
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CEN/TC 278 Road transport and traffic telematics
Established in 1992
31 national members
59 standards under development, 99 adopted standards
11 working groups with over 300 nominated experts
Cooperation between market players: industries, service
providers, governments
Well connected to European R&D
Chair: Lex Eggink (RWS), Secretary: Maarten Peelen (NEN)
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CEN/TC 278 and European Legislation
Directive 2004/52/EC (EFC directive) on the interoperability of electronic
road toll systems in the Community
Directive 2010/40/EU (ITS directive) on the framework for the deployment
of Intelligent Transport Systems
The ITS action plan identifies priority areas where actions are necessary to
lift the barriers hampering a wider and more coordinated deployment and
use of ITS
Mandate M/453 on Co-operative systems to support interoperability of
co-operative systems for intelligent transport in the European Community
Mandate M/338 on Electronic Fee Collection in support of
Interoperability of electronic road toll systems in the Community
Commission Decision 2009/750/EC on the definition of the European
Electronic Toll Service and its technical elements
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CEN/TC278 Active working groups
WG 1
WG 2
WG 3
WG 4
WG 8
WG 9
WG 10
WG 12
WG 13
WG 14
WG 15
WG 16
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Electronic Fee Collection (Sweden)
Freight, Logistics and Comm. Vehicle Operations (UK)
Public Transport (France)
Traffic and Travel Information (UK)
Road Traffic Data (NL)
DSRC (dormant)
Human-Machine Interfacing (Germany)
AVI/AEI (Norway)
Architecture and Terminology (UK)
Recovery of stolen vehicles (UK)
e-Safety / eCall (UK)
Co-operative systems (Germany)
Overview of CEN/TC 278 Activities
WG
1
2
3
4
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
Totals
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Electronic Fee Collection
Freight, Log. and
Com. Vehicle Operations
Public Transport
Traffic and Traveller Information
Road Traffic Data
DSRC
Human-Machine Interfacing
Auto. Vehicle & Equip. Identifi.
Architecture & Taxonomy
After Theft Systems
eSafety / eCall
Co-operative Systems
Publications
Under
Development
Preliminary
Work Items
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17
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2
3
19
28
3
4
5
12
6
4
99
1
16
1
1
5
1
2
2
43
6
1
1
1
5
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Alignment of Working Groups
CEN/TC 278
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ISO/TC 204
WG1 (Electronic Fee Collection)
WG2 (Freight, Logistics and Commercial
Vehicle Operations)
WG3 (Public Transport)
WG4 (Traffic and Traveller Information)
WG8 (Road Traffic Data)
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WG12 (Automatic Vehicle &
Equipment Identification)
WG13 (Architecture)
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WG14 (After Theft Systems for the
Recovery of Stolen Vehicles)
WG15 (eSafety / eCall)
WG16 (Co-operative Systems)
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WG5 (Fee and Toll Collection)
WG7 (General Fleet Management
and Com./Freight Operations)
WG8 (Public Transport)
WG10 (Traveller Inform. Systems)
WG9 (Integrated Transport Information,
Management and Control)
WG4 (Automatic Vehicle &
Equipment Identification)
WG1 (Architecture)
WG3 (Database Technology)
WG14 (Vehicle/Roadway Warning and
Control Systems)
WG16 (CALM)
WG17 (Nomadic Devices)
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WG18 (Co-operative Systems)
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How do the WGs fit together?
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(Based on a design concept of AustRoads, 2010)
Cross reference: one example
How do we
ensure this
channels convey
same message?
Traffic and Travel Information Standards & Cooperative Systems
Traffic and Travel Information Standards
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ITS Standardisation results in TC 278
Over 99 European ITS standards have been completed
A real success story: Traffic Message Channel (TMC) is a
technology for delivering traffic and travel information to
drivers in the home language of the traveller!
Other success stories: EFC and DSRC with outreach in
Australia, South-Africa and Brazil
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ITS action plan and mandate M/453
ITS action plan originated by EC for deployment of ITS
– Priority items identified in the ITS field
Mandate M453: focus on standards for co-operative systems
– Request to the ESO’s to propose single combined work programme
– Both ETSI and CEN have accepted responsibility
– CEN/TC278 formed WG16, cooperation with ISO/TC204/WG18
Directive 2010/40/EU: Framework for the Coordinated and
Effective Deployment and Use of Intelligent Transport Systems
Coordination through ITS-CG (CEN, ETSI, EC)
Cross-reference between CEN/TC278 and ISO/TC204 WG’s
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Consensus driven process
Hungary
National
stakeholders
NSB
Influence through participation
Influence through correspondence
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Drafting standards: proces, timelines and actors
Proposal stage
Enquiry stage
Public commenting
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Acceptance proposal
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Min. 5 participating
CEN members
Committee stage *
TC commenting
* Optional
Approval stage
Vote (Agree / Disagree/
Abstain)
Influence through participation
Influence through correspondence
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Contact
CEN/TC 278 secretariat
Mr. M. Peelen
[email protected]
www.itsstandards.eu
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