Next-Generation Ne t Generation Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) utilizing ICT November N b 17, 17 2014 Ken Nakaoka P Panasonic i Corporation C ti Contents 1. MIC* Research Activities for Next-Generation ITS 2 Development of V2V and V2I Communication 2. Technology for Automated-Driving Systems (Theme 1) 3. ITS-Connect Promotion Consortium in Japan *MIC: Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications in Japan 1 Next-Generation ITS utilizing ICT • MIC plans to realize an advanced Safety Driving Support system. • The system can prevent traffic accidents on the basis of information transmitted by V2X (V2V, V2I, and V2P) communications, as well as information collected by Infrastructure Radars. • The feasibility of systems are going to be demonstrated on public roads. Theme 1 Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) [700 MHz] Information around an intersection is transmitted from a road side equipment (RSE) to vehicles Theme 1 Theme 2 Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) [700 MHz] Information such as speed and position of a vehicle is transmitted to other vehicles Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P) [700 MHz / cell-phone] Information of a pedestrian and a vehicle are transmitted between pedestrians and vehicles Theme 3 Infrastructure Radar System [79 GHz] Small objects such as pedestrians and d bicycles bi l around d an intersection i t ti are detected and collected by infrastructure radar 2 Theme 1: Vehicle-to-Vehicle / Infrastructure Communication (V2I, V2V) Towards Automated-Driving System using Communication Technology •V2V / V2I communications contribute the realization of the Cooperative Driving Support system •Enhanced and sophisticated driving support system are required for Automated-Driving system Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Communication [700 MHz] Safe and smooth Vehicle–to–Vehicle Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) Communication [700 MHz] Intersection passing assistance Blind intersection collision avoidance Source: ITS WC home page Safety driving support at intersection Enhanced and Sophisticated Cooperative Automated-driving System Commercial Vehicle Automatic Driving 3 Theme 1: Vehicle-to-Vehicle / Infrastructure Communication (V2I, V2V) MIC Theme 1 Development D l t off V Vehicle-to-Vehicle hi l t V hi l (V2V) and d Vehicle-to-Infrastructure V hi l t I f t t (V2I) communication i ti Technology for Automated-Driving System Sub-Theme (a) Research on Communication Technology Sub-Theme (b) V2V Research on Cooperative Driving Support Service V2I OBE OBE RSE V2V msg. RSE V2I msg. Low Intersection Movement Assist Right Turn Assist Intersection Movement Assist Penetration time Left Turn Assist Safety Driving support by V2V Communication time OBE OBE Safety Driving support by V2I Communication time High Sub-Theme (c) Communication Reliability and Latency under the congested traffic? Research on Penetration Promotion of Driving Support System Sub-Theme (d) Research on Reliable and Low-Delay Network Technology for Automated-Driving Automated Driving System Cooperative Multi-hop Communication D A Ambulance Approaching! Ambulance Approaching! C Ambulance Approaching! B Ambulance Approaching! Ambulance Approaching! Repeater α Reduce the arrival time of ambulance by means of dissemination of V2V information STBC Repearter β Buildings E F 4 Sub-Theme (a) - Research on Communication technology Objective Verify the V2V and V2I communication performance and scalability under the condition that a large number of vehicles exist in the high density Higher data communication traffic when vehicles equipped with OBE devices increase V2V msg. Increase a number of vehicles and measure the packet delivery ratio and transmit delay V2I msg. Low Intersection Movement Assist Right Turn Assist Intersection Movement Assist Penetration time Left Turn Assist time time High The communication Reliability and Latency under the congested g traffic 5 Sub-Theme (b) - Research on Cooperative Driving Support Service Objective Examine how to provide drivers with driving support service under the condition that V2V and V2I communications co-exist or plural V2V and V2I services occurs Case: Same Driving support services are provided by way of both V2V and V2I OBE OBE RSE RSE Safety Driving support by V2V Communication Overlapped Driving Support OBE Safety Driving support by V2I Communication OBE Case: Ambulance information are provided by way of both V2V and V2I Case: Driving support service and ambulance information are provided simultaneously RSE RSE Safety Driving support by V2I Communication Ambulance Information received by way of I2V and V2I communication OBE OBE OBE Ambulance Information received by way of V2V communication Ambulance Information received by way of V2V communication OBE 6 Sub-Theme (c) - Research on Penetration Promotion of Driving Support System Objective Examine the effectiveness of V2V communication system when deployed in public vehicles (ambulance, fire truck, tramcar, etc.) for future penetration of V2V system Assistance for emergency vehicle traveling Collision prevention between tramcar and vehicle OBE OBE Ambulance Approaching! Ambulance Approaching! Ambulance Approaching! Provision of information at the corner Ambulance Approaching! Ambulance Approaching! Provision of information in right turn Provision of information in overtaking Reduce the arrival time of ambulance by means of dissemination of V2V information Source: http://www.hiroden.co.jp/what/new/pdf/130904_press/press_news.pdf http://www hiroden co jp/what/new/pdf/130904 press/press news pdf 7 Field Operational Test Area Nagoya Kobe Yokosuka Hiroshima 8 Roadmap of Research Theme 1 2014 Research of element technologies of V2V and V2I communication • Verification of communication performance • Assessment of serviceability of V2V and V2I applications pp in a controlled environment • Collecting basic data to analyze the applicability of ambulance traveling assistant 2015 2016 Development of advanced V2V and V2I technology to contribute to the realization of Automated-Driving S System • Large-scaled field operational test with regular drivers in real-world conditions • Deployment of the system to tramcar, road work vehicle, and other public transportation 2017 2018 Development for further sophisticated Automated Driving Automated-Driving System and penetration promotion of the p system for market expansion 9 ITS-Connect Promotion Consortium Objective • Promote R&D and FOT activities of Cooperative Driving Support System utilizing ITS towards the practical use and penetration of the system • Planning of system operation, management of specification documents, supporting interoperability test, test public-relations public relations and promotion of the system ITS-Connect (Cooperative Driving Support System) V2V V2I V2V V2I Information from roadside equipment Information exchange between vehicles V2V Organization of ITS-Connect Promotion Consortium • Established on Oct. 28, 2014 • 9 board members General Assembly Meeting Board Member Meeting Steering Committee Technical Examination WG Interoperability WG Security Committee Promotion WG • 2 regular members 10 Thank you for your attention!
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