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Welcome to the

ERTICO eMagazine In this Issue: An intelligent journey through 2012 As 2013 begins we take a look at the ERTICO successes and achievements of the past year

The USA goes cooperative Looking at the current development of cooperative systems in the USA

Interview with Jacob Bangsgaard Director General, FIA Region I

January 2013


Editorial

contents Welcome to our first edition of 2013!

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Editorial

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An intelligent journey through 2012

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The USA goes cooperative

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Interview with Jacob Bangsgaard

Dear Readers,

This month we also conclude our

Happy New Year! We hope that you had a white Christmas and a sparkly New Year Eve.

in this magazine are solely those of the authors and other contributors.

very much in vogue these days, and

we decided to walk you through our

how the EU is cooperating with the

achievements in 2012 and to give you

USA in harmonising standards that

a preview of where 2013 will take

grant a minimum of communication

us. In 2012, the ERTICO team had

between devices built in the two

quite a few trips abroad as several

different regions. In the article we

important projects ended; euroFOT

also look at the research done on

and FREILOT had their final events in

cooperative systems for safety and

Brussels and Helmond, while Viajeo

energy efficiency.

sites, Athens, Beijing, Sao Paulo, and Shanghai. But in 2012, Vienna was the ITS capital of the globe with 10,000 people participating in the

necessarily

19th ITS World Congress. Vienna was

ERTICO or its Partners.

those

of

of America. The article tells you

As 2013 has just started, this month

These views and opinions do not represent

articles focusing on the United States more about cooperative systems,

organised conferences in all the test The views and opinions expressed

series of international cooperation

also the occasion to bid farewell to iCar Support; during the Congress, Commissioner

Neelie

Kroes

gave

the iMobility Awards for 2012 to outstanding professionals.

Finally, this month we interviewed Jacob Bangsgaard, Director General of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) Region I (Europe, Middle East and Africa). We asked Mr Bangsgaard to tell us more about FIA current activities and to explain what the iMobility Challenge initiative is. Mr Bangsgaard also gave us some personal views on the work of the European Institutions on sustainability and safety. We hope you will enjoy this first edition of the year and wish you a pleasant read and a very successful, if icy start to 2013!

The Editorial Team


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An intelligent journey through 2012 As 2013 begins we take a look at our successes and achievements of the past year by Ian Bearder

2013 is finally here! After weeks of festive fun, holidays and New Year celebrations, Europe returned to work this month, and despite the fresh snow that has fallen across the continent, 2013 looks set to be a bright year for the ITS community. Here at ERTICO, we will be working

focused on the impact of driver

made significant contributions to

on a number of new and exciting

assistance

systems

the commercialisation of the first

projects and we also expect to see

The

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many new ITS systems make the

Field Operational Test (euroFOT)

Europe. Working with pilot sites in

transition from R&D to become real-

project began in June 2008 and

four EU countries, FREILOT assessed

life products. In fact, this is such

involved 28 organisations including

energy efficient intersection controls,

an important trend that it is the

car

adaptive speed and acceleration

main focus of the 2013 European ITS

suppliers,

Congress and we hope that many of

other European stakeholders. The

real-time

you will be able to attend in June in

study looked at existing driver-

booking.

Dublin.

assistance

However, before we explore the year ahead we thought it would be a good time to review the successes we have had over the past twelve months. What projects were completed in 2012? And how has ERTICO achieved its vision of bringing intelligence into mobility for people and goods? Here are just a few of the highlights:

EUR

in

million

manufacturers, research

Europe. European

automotive institues

technologies

in

and

cars

and trucks and their potential to both enhance safety and reduce environmental impact on European roads. The euroFOT project revealed a link between these systems and improvements in driver behaviour, fuel efficiency and traffic safety, as well as overall cost savings. In

September

the

‘cooperative

road-side

unit’

in

controls, eco-driving support and

The

first

loading/delivery

space

International

HeERO

Conference on eCall took place in Zagreb on 15 November presenting the intermediate results of the HeERO (Harmonised eCall European Pilot) project. The eCall system is an extremely high-profile development as it will be mandatory for all new cars sold in the EU from 2015 and

FREILOT

the meeting in Croatia allowed

project came to an end having

participants

In June, the euroFOT consortium

evaluated

five

outcomes of interoperability testing

held its final event and presented

urban freight ITS solutions. The

projects in nine countries (Croatia,

the findings of a four-year study

project was a huge success and

Czech Republic, Finland,Germany,

the

benefits

of

to

focus

on

the


outstanding event and proved beyond doubt that people from all around the world are completely committed to ITS. With more than 10,000 participants from 91 countries the 19th ITS World Congress set a new record in the number of participants. In addition to this, more than 3,000 delegates and 195 journalists attended the event - helping to make ITS a real topic in everyday life. Of the 23 technical demonstrations The eCall pilot went from strength to strength in 2012 Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, with final conferences in each test Romania and Sweden). A number of

site (Athens, Sao Paulo, Beijing and

recommendations for implementing

Shanghai), and closer to home, two

eCall at European level were made

interoperability ‘test weeks’ were co-

and the project has been so successful

organised by ERTICO and ETSI. Each

that six additional countries will join

one contributed to the successful

the pilot from January 2013 (Belgium,

testing and validation of the DRIVE

Bulgaria,

C2X reference system for cooperative

Denmark,

Luxembourg,

Spain, Turkey).

systems (ETSIG5 standards)

Also in November, the iCar Support

And this is really just the beginning.

project finished, ending four years

Many other projects are still underway

of excellent work in support of the

and the ERTICO Partnership continues

European

iMobility

to go from strength-to-strength with

Forum initiative which was one of

nine new partners joining over the

the pillars of the Intelligent Car

year!

Commission’s

Initiative. In its final year, the project hosted the second iMobility Awards ceremony,

which

was

presented

by Vice-President of the European Commission Neelie Kroes. It also

Finally, no review of 2012 would be complete without a look at the 19th ITS World Congress in Vienna. The Vienna Congress truly was an

that took place during the week, eight took place in the real traffic of Vienna, and the Congress was also the first to feature a Ministerial Round Table with a top-class political cast, including Vice-President of the European Commission, Siim Kallas, Efthymios Flourentzos, President of the EU Transport Council, and the German Transport Minister Peter Ramsauer. We have every reason to believe that we can build on this success in 2013 and will work closely with our partners in Ireland and Japan to ensure that the European and World congresses deliver. Next month we will present a number of new ERTICO projects and explore the year ahead. We hope you will join us.

oversaw ten ITS forum working groups and presented the iMobility Forum to the world at the ITS Congress in Vienna.

Between 2008 and 2012

the project has contributed a great deal to the development of safe, smart and clean ICT-based transport technologies, and we are delighted that this work will continue next year via the new iMobility support project. The international VIAJEO project which focused on urban mobility management,

ended

successfully

©ITS Vienna


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The USA goes cooperative Looking at the current development of cooperative systems in the USA by Carla Coppola

With a population of 309 million, 841 vehicles for every 1000 inhabitants and 18,690,000 barrels of oil per day, the USA confirms its status as second most polluting country in the world, after having been the leader until China overtook it in 2007.

According to a study in 2009, traffic

remain amongst the highest in the

real-time transport data relevant

congestion in the USA increased by

world, per head of population.

to the environment and using them

63% over the past 10 years, costing the country almost $87.2 billion. Despite declining traffic volumes, it’s estimated that US citizens waste more than 11,000,000m3 of fuel and 4.2 billion hours annually in traffic jams, equivalent to one full work week per traveller.

No

wonder

the

US

Department

of Transport (DoT) is looking at new solutions to improve safety, environmental impact and mobility. In 2009, the DoT released its Intelligent Transport Systems Strategic Research Plan covering the period of 20102014. The Plan foresees funding of

to support users and operators in greener transport choices. The AERIS programme is working closely with the V2V and V2I communications research activities to define how connected vehicle data and applications can contribute

to

mitigating

carbon

emissions.

The US is also in the top 10 of

$100million per year and includes

The US DoT priorities seem to align well

vehicle manufacturers with a total of

research topics such as vehicle-

with those of the European Union. This

8,653,560 units (including 2,966,133

to-vehicle

cars) produced in 2011, up 11,5%

infrastructure (V2I) communications

compared to the previous year. Also

for safety; real time data capture

The USA in numbers

General Motors ranked as top vehicle

and management; and applications

• 309 million inhabitants

manufacturer globally, with a total

for the environment within the AERIS

of 9,146,340 vehicles (of which

programme

• 841 vehicles per 1000 inhabitants

6,867,465 cars) produced in 2011.

Environment: Real-Time Information

Vehicle safety is also a big concern in

(V2V)

and

vehicle-to-

(Applications

for

the

Synthesis.

the USA: in 2010, 32,885 people died

With an investment of $1.93 million,

in vehicle accidents, nearly 3% fewer

the AERIS

than the previous year. These figures

works on generating and acquiring

research programme

• 32,885 road fatalities in 2010 • 10,6 deaths per 100 000 inhabitants


in different markets. Drivers and

European projects and activities working on international cooperation

travellers would also gain from the universal availability of cooperative

• V2V and V2I communications harmonisation of standards: COMeSafety2

ITS applications that worked in the same way for users around the globe.

• V2V and V2I safety applications: DRIVE C2X and Compass4D

Harmonisation also leads to improved

• V2V and V2I energy efficiency application: eCoMove

over 30,000 fatalities in 2010, the

safety

and

sustainability.

• ITS for Energy Efficiency: ECOSTAND

USA is collaborating

• Real time traffic information: TISA

to

harmonise

such

as

Already

by the European Commission DG

differences

CONNECT - and the US DoT signed an

example in the allocation and use

Implementing Agreement “to develop

of radio spectrum. Therefore one of

coordinated research programmes,

the working groups established by

specifically focusing on cooperative

this cooperation aims specifically

vehicle

by

to harmonise key message sets for

a joint declaration of intent on

cooperative ITS between the USA

Research Cooperation in Cooperative

and

Systems, published as “International

(Cooperative Awareness

Deployment

Cooperative

developed by ETSI, and the American

Intelligent Transport Systems”. The

BSM (Basic Safety Message). The result

goal behind this document is the

of this cooperation was demonstrated

harmonisation of standards and data

last October at the ITS World Congress

in order to have a smother exchange

in Vienna, where two vehicles used

of information. According to Paul

a core harmonised safety message

Kompfner, Head of Sector at ERTICO,

to

this is a very important point: “it

Why is this important? According

would be a problem if standards in

to Mr Kompfner, this would benefit

the two regions were redundant or

vehicle manufacturers as they would

Similarly,

contradictory “.

be able to supply the same product

(V2I)

systems”;

of

followed

are

between

Europe:

exchange

the

important regions,

European

safety

for

CAM

Message),

information.

applications

avoidance

and

traffic signal violation warning. The

is why in 2009 the EU - represented

there

with Europe

safety

collision

With

US DoT Research and Innovative Technology

Administration

is

its

focusing

on

current

vehicle-to-vehicle

(RITA) research

(V2V)

and

vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) safety applications. V2V systems can sense potential threats and hazards - with a 360 degree awareness of the position of other vehicles - and can calculate the risk of a collision, warn the driver in time and take preventive actions to avoid or mitigate crashes. Applications focusing on critical crash scenarios such as emergency brake light warning, blind spot warning, lane change warning, and forward collision warning have already been developed and demonstrated. vehicle-to-infrastructure

communications

deployment

on a minimum level of infrastructure will provide the maximum level of safety and mobility benefits, enabling to reduce risks by 12% that are not considered by V2V communications alone. Therefore V2I communications for safety is a key technology in the DoT’s Connected Vehicles Programme. Typical safety applications that could be deployed are related to intersection safety and speed management, including red light violation warning and curve speed warning, alerting the driver ©ITS Vienna

to slow down if approaching a curve too fast. But V2I communications can


also significantly improve mobility

to influence transport

and mitigate environmental impacts

network management

by reducing delays and congestion or

and driver behaviour.

helping commercial vehicle drivers to

V2V and V2I systems

identify safe areas for parking.

in

particular

to

reduce

energy

consumption

and

The EU-USA cooperation is embodied in a joint EU-US Task Force. One of its working groups, on safety applications, is working intensively to harmonise the over-the-air data and communication interfaces; the result should “reduce costs for development of cooperative safety systems and accelerate deployment by enabling the use of common vehicle hardware and firmware in both regions”. To support the European input to the joint work, the EU co-funded project COMeSafety2 assists with standards harmonisation, with the definition of cooperative ITS architecture, and with cooperative ITS deployment enablers. COMeSafety2 also assists with a joint forum to exchange tools and methodologies, and with creating common specifications for a set of compatible applications. If the USA puts much emphasis on safety, the EU invests strongly in sustainability. In the context of cooperative ITS, sustainable systems try to reduce the impact of vehicles on the environment through technologies

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help

carbon emissions by informing

drivers

and traffic managers of

traffic

© DLR

jams

towards

a

common

assessment

or incidents at intersections for

methodology

example. The EU is co-sponsoring

impacts of ITS on energy efficiency

development of cooperative systems

and CO2 emissions. This January

to

determine

the

for more sustainable and efficient

ECOSTAND organised a webinar asking

transports, e.g. with the project

the simple question: do we still need

eCoMove. This 3-year project is

to worry about emissions? According

developing core technologies and

to Marcia Pincus, AERIS Programme

applications based on V2V and V2I

Manager, environment is an important

communications, where a vehicle’s

part of connected vehicle research in

eco-relevant data can be shared in

the USA, where the transport sector

real time with other vehicles and

accounts for 28% of GHG (greenhouse

traffic networks to support fuel-

gas) emissions and 70% of US oil

efficient driving behaviour and traffic

consumption;

management.

eCoMove

heavy trucks are the greatest fuel

and the AERIS research programme

users with respectively 58% and 19%

underpin the EU-US cooperation in

of the total consumption.

Together

the field of cooperative safety and sustainability applications.

light

vehicles

and

The AERIS research looks at what kind of data from vehicles are relevant

Promoting international cooperation

for environment applications, and

on

which

sustainability,

the

ECOSTAND

multimodal

applications/

project links activities in the European

strategies are now or potentially

Union, Japan and the United States

available, and finally what are their expected benefits. Lastly but very importantly, the AERIS programme is investigating if there is need of a “Basic Environmental Message” similar to the safety message set (BSM-CAM), and how these data can be transmitted effectively, how often, and among which actors, for a sustainability application to be effective. Cooperative systems cooperation has grown deeper and stronger over the past few years, but what is coming

©ITS Vienna

next? According to Mr Kompfner,


the next step will be a focus on

is the drastic reduction by 60% of

This year in May, UMTRI will also

deployment; “some applications and

collisions at the Sangubashi Curve in

organise the first annual Global

technologies are already available;

Tokyo.

Symposium on Connected Vehicles

the European project FREILOT for instance is a pilot deployment of a cooperative traffic signal priority system for heavy lorries, in order to reduce emissions”. Japan, as Mr

Kompfner

explains,

is

quite

advanced; thanks to the “ITS Spot” programme, where 1,600 cooperative ITS roadside units have been installed on motorways over the country to cover high risk areas. These ITS spots communicate to the car navigation system

information

about

traffic

congestion or warnings of crashed vehicles blocking a blind curve, to warn the driver in advance and reduce collisions. A concrete example of the achievements of ITS Spot programme

The USA is currently running a predeployment pilot of these services at intersections. In August 2012, the DoT announced the first test of connected

vehicle

technology

in

a real environment in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The test site uses 3,000 cars, trucks and buses equipped with wireless

communications

devices

and Infrastructure. The symposium will

look

at

the

progresses

in

connectivity between road users and road infrastructure (V2I). All modes of transport (including cars, freight vehicles, motorcycles) as well as vulnerable road users (pedestrians and cyclists) and intersecting modes (e.g. rail) will be incorporated.

that communicate to each other and

What

to the infrastructure. The University

engineer’s fantasy is slowly becoming

of Michigan Transportation Research

real, and the safety pilot in Ann Arbor

Institute

equipped

represents the largest demonstration

vehicles driving every day on streets

of the connected mobility of the

and highways with devices that allow

future.

(UMTRI)

has

to send, receive and translate data as well as warning other equipped vehicles of hazards and threats.

seemed

once

to

be

an


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Interview with: Jacob Bangsgaard, Director General FIA Region I What are the current key focus

Could

areas of FIA?

advantages that FIA sees for

As

the

governing

motorsport,

the

body

FIA is

of now

you

explain

the

your members in the use of ITS in the future?

safety, for example through the use

preparing for the 2013 racing season

Developing the future mobility

of local danger warnings and collision

which has already got underway with

of our cities in a sustainable

avoidance systems. This is of real

the Rallye Monte-Carlo taking place

manner is one of our members’ top

importance to our Clubs and their

in mid-January. On the mobility side,

priorities. It is clear that more needs

members.

the FIA is working hard to promote

to be done to improve the safety

its Action for Road Safety campaign

and environment of urban areas. And

which has been set up to assist the

personally, if you ask me, I would

UN in reaching the goal of saving 5

like to live in a safe and clean city.

million lives on the world’s roads in

Last year, our 76 European Clubs

10 years.

showed their commitment to this

Here in Brussels, the FIA Region I office is a consumer body bringing together 106 Motoring and Touring Clubs and their 36 million members from across Europe, the Middle East

goal by signing a joint declaration calling for more coordinated actions at the European level to deploy ITS as a means of connecting people, infrastructure and services. Our Clubs recognise that integrated

of these members as motorists, public

mobility

transport

and

people with choice, flexibility and

tourists. Our primary goal is to secure

seamless connectivity. At the same

a mobility that is safe, affordable,

time, the deployment of ITS can

sustainable and efficient. Of course,

also

users,

pedestrians

priorities in the Middle East and Africa

dramatically

can

improve

for

consumer

uptake

of ITS is education. FIA Clubs are committed to informing motorists on available ITS options including through demonstrations, studies and courses. They are also engaged in the benchmarking activities to identify users’ acceptance of ITS for urban mobility. The main discussion now is on how

and Africa. We represent the interests

solutions

Important

provide

urban

sustainable urban mobility can be achieved and how the different modes of transport can work together to provide the best mobility solutions for citizens. I do not believe that a sustainable solution would be found through

access

restrictions

and

can be different to those in Europe, but the reason the FIA has set up a regional structure is to encourage the exchange of best practices between our Clubs. At the European level, these goals require political and financial support for the development of appropriate infrastructure, technologies and legal frameworks. FIA Clubs boast a wealth of experience and knowledge in the mobility area, and as such, are well placed to offer the political, technical and practical expertise required from a consumer perspective.

The winners of this year’s GT1, WEC, WRC, and WTCC competitions took part in the iMobility Challenge event in Turkey


charging, as this would only make

systems

everyone’s life more complicated in

are

but

winners of this year’s GT1, WEC,

the city when commuting. We need

cooperative systems and connected

WRC, and WTCC competitions took

to focus on developing intelligent

cars are also just around the corner.

part in an informal ecodriving race

solutions,

taking

Such

completely

in which GT champions Marc Basseng

individual

mobility

transform the way vehicles interact

and Marcus Winkelhock proved to

with their surroundings, so we want

be the most efficient drivers. It

consumers to understand the potential

was great fun to get the fastest FIA

benefits to them and embrace such

champions competing for a whole

innovations. By utilising the FIA’s

new way of driving compared to how

network

motorsport

they usually drive during races. We

into

account

needs

in

a

sustainable way. Can you tell us more about the iMobility Challenge initiative and

what

you

are

or

start-stop

increasingly

systems

systems

available,

will

of last year in Istanbul where the

trying

to

drivers, and by hosting large-scale

have a number of events planned for

is

the

demonstration events which also give

2013 across Europe. We plan to be at

eSafety

the public the opportunity to test

the International Transport Forum in

Challenge project which focused on

drive new systems, we hope to bring

Leipzig and the European ITS Congress

the promotion of new eSafety ITS

innovations closer to the consumer.

in Dublin.

demonstrate with it? iMobility

Challenge

successor

to

the

systems. The iMobility Challenge on the other hand will be primarily focus on ITS for efficient mobility. But the overall goal will be to demonstrate to the public the benefits of clean, efficient and safe mobility solutions made possible by ITS.

of

celebrity

The FIA is leading the coordination

FIA

Region

I

represents

of the project, which has a budget of

the

interests

€1.5m running over two years, working

automotive

with partners ACEA, CLEPA, ERTICO

the European Union institutions.

and VTT. Studies documenting the

What policy or political issues

socioeconomic impact and benefits

do you think should be addressed

of

member

European clubs

with

of ITS systems are also included in

or supported in terms of road

for

the project’s remit. Our first event

safety,

energy efficiency such as gear shift

took place before the annual FIA

environmental protection and the

indicators, tire pressure monitoring

prize giving ceremony in December

promotion of sustainable motoring?

Intelligent

vehicle

systems

consumer

protection,

At the European level, we are generally

supportive

of

the

direction the European Commission is taking to promote mobility in a sustainable manner for all. One of the big discussions at the moment in Parliament and Council is on proposed

tighter

limits

for

CO2

emissions for cars and vans. Although we have expressed our concern about the accuracy of the current testing procedure, we are supportive of the new targets as a means of both saving money for consumers in terms of fuel costs, and also of improving the environment. We are therefore closely

monitoring

the

decision

making process to ensure that the 95 On Tuesday 24 July, the President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso, received a delegation from the FIA which included Jean Todt, President of the FIA, Carlos Barbosa, Vice-President of the FIA and President of the Automovel Club de Portugal (ACP), and the Director General of the FIA Region I office in Brussels, Jacob Bangsgaard.

g target is not excessively weakened with flexibilities and brings about the expected benefits to the majority of consumers.


roadside

ensuring the mandatory introduction

services - will save thousands of lives

of the eCall system by 2015 on the

while also bringing a range of new

basis of an open platform and open

telematics services to consumers.

The pan-European eCall project

Other issues which we will be following

notched up another success in

closely in the coming months include

December, with the opening of a

the proposals put forward in the

new eCall testing centre in Japan.

roadworthiness package, an expected

Launched in the city of Yokosuka it

new proposal on air passenger rights,

is the first eCall test facility outside

and the right of road patrols to get

Europe and will allow Japanese car

standardised access to repair and

makers to test systems destined

maintenance

for the European Union.

competition service

between

providers.

The

different European

Parliament adopted a report last year supporting the implementation of eCall in such terms, and it’s now the

European

Commission’s

turn

to introduce legislation which will ensure that the emergency service infrastructure of Member States is ready for 2015. An eCall in-vehicle system which is accessible free of charge and without discrimination

assistance

and

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One of our key issues of concern is

information

related

in

the

future – an ongoing issue which is of real importance to our Clubs and their members.

to all stakeholders - providers of car aftermarket products and services, equipment suppliers, repair shops and independent service providers,

eCall Expands

Designed to reduce emergency response times, the “112” eCall service

is

a

pan-European,

interoperable M2M system that allows vehicles (and passengers) to automatically call for help in the case of a road incident. The

centre

Gemalto

was

and

collaboration

launched

Fujitsu

Ten

with

by in

Yokosuka

Telecom Research Park. ERTICO’s Founded in 1904, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) brings together leading national motoring organisations from 132 countries worldwide and is the governing body for world motor sport. The FIA Region I office, based in Brussels, is a consumer body representing 106 Motoring and Touring Clubs and their 36 million members from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The office aims to provide strong representation of European Member Club interests towards the European Union institutions; to build up links and support the exchange of best practices across the region; and to engage in new campaign activities such as the FIA Action for Road Safety campaign. Key priorities for FIA Region I: • Mobility: Supporting efficient and affordable mobility for all. • Safety: Promoting 5-star drivers, in 5-star cars on 5-star roads. • Environment: Offering intelligent mobility solutions for sustainable transport. • Consumer Protection: Defending consumers’ interests. • Tourism: Ensuring sustainable tourism and protecting passengers’ rights.

Andy

Rooke

(HeERO

Project Coordinator) attended the opening event in December along with Marcel Visser, Vice President of Automotive at Gemalto. Mr Visser said: “By enabling local testing of

eCall

technology,

Gemalto

and its partners are streamlining manufacturing and helping global automakers

achieve

significant

time and cost efficiencies”.


ERTICO Partnership events

7 February 2013

ERTICO Public Authorities Platform meeting

Brussels (BE) 8 February 2013

eCall Certification Meeting

Brussels (BE) 13 February 2013

ITS and New Services Workshop organised by the ERTICO Users Sector Platform and FIA

Barcelona (ES) 28 February 2013

ERTICO Strategy Committee meeting

Brussels (BE) April 2013

ERTICO Forum – ITS for Insurance

Brussels (BE) 25 April 2013

ERTICO Supervisory Board Meeting

Brussels (BE)

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