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Accelerating C-ITS Mobility Innovation and depLoyment in Europe

Deliverables

Architecture update

This deliverable will provide the pending updates and a more detailed architecture of C-MobILE. D3.5 is based on D3.1, D3.2 and D3.3.

Ex-ante Cost-Benefit Analysis

This deliverable will report the results of an ex-ante CBA to be executed at the beginiing of the project. The CBA will evaluate the C-ITS services and service bundles prior to their deployment, to assist in prioritization and implementation support.

Initial business models

This deliverable will report on the initial versions of the business models developed based on the definition of use cases (Task 2.1), requirement specifications (Task 2.2), and on literature review regarding past projects. Following the BASE/X approach for service-dominant business design, each business model will identify the added value of the service to the customer, functions and capabilities required by each party participating in the model, as well as the expected costs and benefits.

Low-level implementation-ready architecture and services definition

D3.3. contains a detailed description of the interfaces, services and the architecture

Operational procedures guidelines

This deliverable will contain common pilot operational procedures for truly cross-modal and cross-border seamless service operations. The guidelines will be prepared by M12 and revised until M18 based on feedback from Task 5.3 aimed at providing guidelines for external cities for large-scale services uptake

Technical validation report

This deliverable will include the validation results of the C-ITS services and implementations in the different pilot sites.

Validation and impact assessment methodology

This deliverable will present the methodologies including experimental design, evaluation criteria and performance indicators for validation and impact assessment.

Dissemination and communication plan

Overall strategy including identification of target groups and how they are going to be addressed, with which messages and which channels; this deliverable will be updated ionce a year with a report of dissemination and communication activities;

Innovation management plan

This deliverable will detail the activities to be followed concerning innovation management in the project, including aspects related to processes for maintaining high level of innovation throughout the project, updating regarding progress in the state-of-the-art/state-of-practice and ensuring that the innovative character of the project is maintained throughout all activities

High-level reference architecture

This deliverable will provide an overall view on the high-level reference architecture based on the analysis, comparison, and consolidation of the architecture profiles proposed and implemented in related past projects (such as CONVERGE, MOBiNET, Dutch C-ITS Reference Architecture).

Liaison plan (initial)

This deliverable will specify how the liaison with external entities will be done, by whom, when and what the liaison objectives for cooperation with a specific partner are.

Analysis and determination of use cases

This deliverable will specify the use-cases and requirements based on the analysis of the use-cases in similar past projects and surveys performed to elicit the existing and future needs of the key stakeholders and end-users. It will also include the priorities among the use-cases determined mainly through the analysis of the impacts of each service and combined services. 

Stakeholders flyers (update)

Updated version of the project flyers including benefits for each target group to be distributed at face-to-face meetings, technical workshops and industry events

Video animation

Professional video animation presenting the project concept and objectives

Project brochures (initial)

Project brochure to facilitate the information flow and promotion of the project to a wider audience and at events, to be issued at M12 and updated at M24 (enriched with preliminary results and the status of the activities) and at M36 (more information on results and plans for after-project life).

Stakeholder flyers (initial)

Project flyers including benefits for each target group to be distributed at face-to-face meetings, technical workshops and industry events

Project brochures (update)

Project brochure to facilitate the information flow and promotion of the project to a wider audience and at events, to be issued at M12 and updated at M24 (enriched with preliminary results and the status of the activities) and at M36 (more information on results and plans for after-project life).

Training material on C-ITS for public authorities

Material from local training activities on C-ITS organized for key personnel in public authorities (i.e., representatives, TMC and technical staff, and management staff) to raise knowledge, understanding, create necessary skills, and ultimately increase the replication possibilities. Contents from the ongoing project CAPITAL will also be utilized.

Training material on C-ITS for professional drivers

Material from local training activities on C-ITS organized for professional drivers (trucks, buses, taxis) to raise awareness and knowledge on use of new technologies and related benefits

Shareable XMI-Model of the architecture

D3.4 contains the formal description of the architecture textually described in D3.3.

Publications

Modelling the C-ITS architectures: C-MobILE case study

Author(s): Raul Ferrandez (IDIADA), Manuel Fünfrocken (HTW), Priyanka Karkhanis (TUE), Yanja Dajsuren (TUE), Marcos Pillado (IDIADA)
Published in: ITS World Congress Copenhagen, 2018

Open cloud architecture for connected C-ITS services

Author(s): Robbin Blokpoel (Dynniq), Manuel Fünfrocken (HTW) and Meng Lu, (Dynniq)
Published in: ITS World Congress, Copenhagen, 2018

Integrating smart mobility services in operational dynamic traffic management

Author(s): Jaap Vreeswijk, Patrick Hofman
Published in: ITS World Congress, Copenhagen, Issue 17/09/2018, 2018

Open architecture for internet-based C-ITS services

Author(s): Lu, M., Blokpoel, R., Fünfrocken, M., Castells, J. (2018). In Proceedings: The 21th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), 4-7 November 2018, Hawaii.
Published in: 21th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC), Issue 4-7 November 2018, Hawaii., 2018

Cooperative and connected intelligent transport systems for sustainable European road transport

Author(s): Lu, Meng; Türetken, O.; Mitsakis, Evangelos; Blokpoel, Robbin; Gilsing, R.A.M.; Grefen, P.W.P.J.; Kotsi, Areti
Published in: Transport Research Arena 2018, Issue 1, 2018

C-ITS (Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems) Deployment in Europe - Challenges and Key Findings from a Survey

Author(s): Meng Lu (Dynniq); Oktay Turetken (TU/e); Onat Ege Adali (TU/e); Jacint Castells (IDIADA); Robbin Blokpoel (Dynniq) and Paul Grefen (TU/e)
Published in: ITS World Congress, Copenhagen, 2018

Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems as a policy tool for mitigating the impacts of climate change in road transport

Author(s): Evangelos Mitsakis and Areti Kotsi (CERTH)
Published in: Conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility CSUM 2018, 2018

Costs and benefits of bundled C-ITS services: The C-MobILE approach

Author(s): Evangelos Mitsakis and Areti Kotsi (CERTH)
Published in: Smart Cities and Mobility as a Service Conference 2017, 2017

Next generation of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

Author(s): Evangelos Mitsaskis and Areti Kotsi (CETRH)
Published in: Smart Cities and Mobility as a Service Conference 2017, 2017

Cooperative & automated road transport for enhanced traffic management

Author(s): Meng Lu
Published in: Workshop 'Transport planning, traffic control and traffic safety - challenges and opportunities', 2018

ICT Infrastructure-based cooperative and connected systems for intelligent European road transport

Author(s): Meng Lu (Dynniq), Robbin Blokpoel (Dynniq), Marcos Pillado (IDIADA), Giacomo Somma (Ertico)
Published in: ITS European Congress 2017, 2017

Defining the C-ITS Reference Architecture

Author(s): Priyanka Karkhanis, Mark G.J van den Brand, Saurab Rajkarnikar
Published in: 2018 IEEE International Conference on Software Architecture Companion (ICSA-C), 2018, Page(s) 148-151
DOI: 10.1109/icsa-c.2018.00044

A reference model for the design of Service-Dominant Business Models in the smart mobility domain.

Author(s): Gilsing, R. A. M., Türetken, O., Grefen, P. W. P. J., & Adali, O. E.
Published in: 2018

Enhancement of safety and comfort of cyclists at intersections

Author(s): Meng Lu, Robbin Blokpoel, Mahtab Joueiai
Published in: IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 2018, ISSN 1751-956X
DOI: 10.1049/iet-its.2017.0250

Service-Dominant Business Model Design for Digital Innovation in Smart Mobility

Author(s): Oktay Turetken, Paul Grefen, Rick Gilsing, O. Ege Adali
Published in: Business & Information Systems Engineering, Issue 61/1, 2019, Page(s) 9-29, ISSN 2363-7005
DOI: 10.1007/s12599-018-0565-x