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Slide1:  Agenda Item: 5.4 Association of Radio Industries and Businesses (ARIB) Japan GSC10_grsc3(05)28 Study of a DSRC basic application interface to extend application in vehicles Global Standards Collaboration GSC#10 28 August – 2 September 2005 Sophia Antipolis, France GSC Study of a DSRC basic application interface to extend application in vehicles:  Study of a DSRC basic application interface to extend application in vehicles Contents ETC in Japan Development of DSRC applications Application Sub Layer (ASL) Study of a basic application interface to extend application in vehicles Standardization related to DSRC ARIB, Japan GSC - 10, ETSI, Sophia Antipolis, 28th August 2005 - 2nd September 2005 ETC in Japan:  ETC in Japan - Service Providers: Japan Highways, Metropolitan Express Ways, Hanshin Express Ways, Honshu-Shikoku Bridges, etc. - Number of toll gates: 1,300 as of the end of March 2004. - Number of OBE (On Board Equipment): 7.33 million* as of the end of June 2005 *Total of Set-up issued Vehicles (http://www.mlit.go.jp/road/ITS/) Features of Japanese ETC:  Features of Japanese ETC (1) Nation-wide interoperable system. (2) 5.8GHz-band active DSRC system to enable flexible zone forming and highly reliable communication in the zone. (3) "Two-piece" On Board Equipment composed of an OBU (On board unit) and an IC card for future functional extension. (4) Highly secure system to prevent fraudulent use. Growth of the number of ETC vehicle:  Growth of the number of ETC vehicle 6 03/3 12 9 6 02/3 12 8 01/5 .5 1 1.5 2      Number of Issued OBE 2.5 3 3.5 4 9 12 04/3 6 Over 7 million OBE (On Board Equipment) Over 40% of total transactions List price of low-end OBE 10 20 30 k yen List price Mar. 2001 - Operation started at 63 toll gates Mar. 2004 - Operation spread to 1,300 toll gates 9 12 05/3 6 4.5 5 5.5 6 6.5 7 DSRC Multiple Applications:  DSRC Multiple Applications ( http://www.mlit.go.jp/road/ITS/j-html/index.html ) DSRC Multiple Applications studied in Japan:  DSRC Multiple Applications studied in Japan Examples of DSRC application Demonstrations:  Examples of DSRC application Demonstrations “Demonstration of Internet and ITS Integration (Internet ITS) 2005” by The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) aimed at the realization of road traffic safety and improving convenience. Feb. 2005. “Field Operation Tests on the Sangubashi Section of Metropolitan Expressway”: AHS trials on the section of road by Advanced Cruise-Assist Highway System Research Association (AHSRA). March to May 2005. “Demonstration of ITS automatic payment services using common IC credit cards for cashless payment” by Japan Automobile Research Institute (JARI). July 2005. “SMART PLATE* demonstration in EXPO 2005” by Road Transport Bureau, MLIT. *SMART PLATE is an electronic license plate under development, ARIB STD-T75 DSRC used for radio communication. Slide9:  Internet and ITS Integration (Internet ITS) http://www.nict.go.jp/overview/index.html Realization of road traffic safety and improving convenience by Peer to Peer communication between vehicles / road. IPv6 multi-mode terminals to enable seamless access to the Internet from moving vehicles. Slide10:  http://www.ahsra.or.jp/index_e.html AHS trials on Metropolitan Expressway Provision of information on obstacles ahead and warnings on the presence, around the curve on the Sangubashi Section of Metropolitan Expressway. Slide11:  Automatic payment services using IC credit cards http://www.jari.or.jp/ ITS automatic payment services using common IC credit cards for cash-less payment for parking fees, gas stations and drive-through services. Slide12:  ITS Annual Report 2005, Smart Plate demonstration (Road Transport Bureau, MLIT) SMART PLATE demonstration in EXPO 2005 Concept of application Sub Layer (ASL):  Concept of application Sub Layer (ASL) Application Sub Layer (DSRC-ASL) Developed in ARIB, Japan (ARIB STD-T88) for easy deployment of multi application for the existing DSRC. ASL utilizes multi functional service offered by DSRC Layer 7 for client / server type communication control. Existing application DSRC ASL Internet application Non-Internet application TCP/IP or local port Service of DSRC Existing DSRC Application Sub-Layer Features of Application Sub Layer (ASL):  Features of Application Sub Layer (ASL) Application Sub Layer (ASL) - Extends DSRC applications without modification to the existing DSRC protocol stack - Realizes PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) for Internet connection - Realizes network control protocol for Local Area Network (LAN) - Realizes local port control protocol for non - networks applications General Structure of DSRC-ASL:  General Structure of DSRC-ASL Extended Link Control Protocol PPP Control Protocol TCP/IP LAN Control Protocol Local Control Protocol DSRC protocol stack Application 8 Application 7 Application 1 Application 2 Application 3 Application 4 Application 5 Application 6 PPP SNAP IEEE802.2 IEEE802.3(MAC) SAP SAP EID EID Local Port Protocol SAP Identification by EID Identification by port number Identification by local port Identification by access point EID SAP: Service access point SNAP: Sub Network access protocol DSRC-ASL Slide16:  Applying DSRC to other services, especially non-networks applications in vehicles, such as charge payment settlement using IC card and information providing services to high speed vehicles has been requested. DSRC Basic Application Interface placed between Local Port Control Protocol of Application Sub Layer and Non-Network Applications, controls the resources of On Board Equipment in vehicles from Road Side Equipment. DSRC Basic Application Interface provides following functions. (a) OBE Indications / Response. (b) OBE Memory Access. (c) IC Card Access. (d) Push Type Information Delivery. (e) OBE ID Communication. (f) OBE Basic Indication. Study of a DSRC basic application interface to extend application in vehicles Configuration of On Board Equipment using DSRC Basic Application Interface:  Configuration of On Board Equipment using DSRC Basic Application Interface DSRC Basic Application Interface:  DSRC Basic Application Interface Protocol configuration of On Board Equipment :  Protocol configuration of On Board Equipment Examples of expected ITS services using Basic Application Interface:  Examples of expected ITS services using Basic Application Interface ITS radiocommunication Standardization in Japan:  ITS radiocommunication Standardization in Japan Standardization of ITS radiocommunication in ITU-R:  Standardization of ITS radiocommunication in ITU-R 1994, Question on ITS Recommendations (Answers to the Question) Rec. ITU-R M. 1310 1996 1997 1998 2000 2001 Objectives & Requirements Functionalities Current Use of Spectrum Traffic & Spectrum Requirements Technologies Short-range Radar 1995 Next generation ITS radio communication Radio services - Broadcast - DSRC - Short-range radar - Short-range V2V - Short-range continuous - Wide area Rec. ITU-R M. 1451 Rec. ITU-R M. 1452 Rec. ITU-R M. 1453-2* 5.8GHz DSRC ITU-R/SG8/WP8A/WG2: Standardization for ITS * Revised in June 2005. 2005 Millimetre wave ITS radiocommunication ITS Land Mobile Handbook Standards related to DSRC :  Standards related to DSRC ARIB Standards: ARIB STD-T75: Dedicated Short-Range Communication System ARIB TR-T16: Dedicated Short-Range Communication System. Test Items and Conditions for Mobile Station Compatibility Confirmation ARIB STD-T88: Application Sub Layer for DSRC Submitted to ITU-R WP8A meeting in Sep. 2004 and adopted as revision of ITU-R M.1453-1 in June 2005 International standards: ITU-R M.1453-2: Intelligent transport systems - Dedicated short range communications at 5.8 GHz ISO FDIS 15628: Intelligent transport systems - Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) - DSRC application layer

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