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FOP2021-03-01

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Groupe Renault – Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective; EIT Urban Mobility – Dr. Florinda Boschetti, Head of City Club, Knowledge and Innovation Community; EIT Urban Mobility – Edwin Heesakkers, Managing Director, Innovation Hub West; ERTICO – Dr. Angelos J. Amditis, Chairman
FISITA – Chris Mason, Chief Executive; Groupe Renault – Laurent Taupin, Autonomous Driving Chief Engineer; VINCI Autoroutes – André Broto, Strategy Director

Abstract

This Output Paper presents the highlights of the Groupe Renault-hosted FISITA Member Forum on smart cities and smart mobility.


Defining a smart city requires consideration of different concepts for the city, including space, city planning, and the needs and expectations of its citizens.


Smart mobility generally involves the use of technology to enable transport that is faster, cleaner, and more efficient than existing solutions, sometimes using new and shared micromobility offerings such as electric scooters and bicycles, with app-based payment.


At the heart of both smart concepts lies a combination of factors which, if carefully coordinated, will increase energy efficiency, minimise consumption, waste and overall cost, reduce congestion and travel time, cut emissions and pollution, and benefit commercial stakeholders and the wider community.


Table of Contents

  • Foreword (Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective, Groupe Renault)

  • Smart Cities, Smart Mobility

  • Challenges and Opportunities

  • Case study 1: Rethinking Mobility for More Liveable Urban Spaces (EIT Urban Mobility)

  • Case study 2: How to Reinvent City Transportation, Paris-style (New Deal)

  • Case study 3: Mobility as a Service (MaaS) (ERTICO)

  • Closing Thoughts/Call to Action

  • Contributors/Acknowledgements


Contributions and insight from:

  • Groupe Renault – Remi Bastien, Vice President for Automotive Prospective 

  • EIT Urban Mobility – Dr. Florinda Boschetti, Head of City Club, Knowledge and Innovation Community

  • EIT Urban Mobility – Edwin Heesakkers, Managing Director, Innovation Hub West 

  • ERTICO – Dr. Angelos J. Amditis, Chairman 

  • FISITA – Chris Mason, Chief Executive 

  • Groupe Renault – Laurent Taupin, Autonomous Driving Chief Engineer 

  • VINCI Autoroutes – André Broto, Strategy Director


Paper published: March 2021. Non-member price: £260 (available from FISITA Store).

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FOP2021-02-01

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Competivation Consulting Prof. Hans-Gerd Servatius; FISITA Chris Mason; Ford Werke GmbH Dr-Ing. Karl Siebertz; IG Metall Dennis Faupel; Jilin University Prof. Mike Ma; Nagoya University Prof. Hirofumi Aoki; RWTH Aachen University Dr Garnet Kasperk; Prof. Dr Frank Piller; Toyota Motor Corporation Akihito Tanke; Tsinghua Automotive Strategy Prof. Frank Zhao; Research Institute (TASRI); Tsinghua University Prof. Keqiang Li; University of Applied Sciences, Munich Prof. Dr Bettina Maisch; University of Bath Dr Chris Brace.

Abstract

A follow-up to the highly successful FISITA membership collaboration that resulted in the Mobility Engineer 2030 White Paper, which reviewed the education requirements for the future of mobility engineering. The logical next step is to consider how engineering as a whole also needs to change, as the industry evolves – and what those changes will be, and how the industry will need to adapt. This has led to the development of the Mobility Engineering 2030 White Paper.


Due to the volume of contributions received; and the breadth of those contributions, it has been decided that rather than one paper, there will be three – each focussing on areas of important consideration within this broad and critical subject.


Part 1, which is an overview providing an outline of the Engineering 2030 topic and contains contributions from the ‘Mobility Engineering Questionnaire’ conducted with FISITA Corporate Members as a key element of this project of this project, in 2019. The feedback is significant and includes results from the FISITA Academic Advisory Board, Technical Committee, Industry Committees and the outcomes of independent, collaborative workshops held across four countries in Asia and Europe. It also has contributions from the German Metalworkers' Union, Munich University of Applied Sciences and from Competivation Consulting in Germany.


Part two will deep-dive into IT related aspects of mobility engineering, such as connectivity and AV, because this is clearly an area of significant and substantial change (compared to traditional car design). The third part will focus on the working life, because there will be no Engineering 2030 without engineers that are committed to this profession. Part two and part three are scheduled for development and release from 2021.


Table of Contents

  • Foreword 1

  • Introduction 2

1. Evaluation of the 2019 FISITA Questionnaire 4

  • 1.1 Mobility Ecosystem 4

  • 1.2 Sustainable mobility 10

  • 1.3 Future engineering process 11

2. Future of Transportation 16

  • 2.1 Computer Aided Sustainable Mobility 16

  • 2.2 Advanced Public Transport System (APTS) Framework Covering Industry Regulation 19

  • 2.3 Intelligent Vehicle and Autonomous Driving 23

3. Engineering Tools and Methods 30

  • 3.1 Future of CAE 30

  • 3.2 Design 4.0 35

  • 3.3 Scrum Approach 38

4. Decision Making 40

  • 4.1 Design Thinking for Engineering 2030 – Relevance of Human-Centered Design for the Automotive Industry 40

  • 4.2 Intuition and Strategic Thinking 46

  • Summary 54

  • References 56

  • Appendices 58

  • List of Contributors 58

  • Questionnaire 60

  • Mobility Ecosystems 60

  • Sustainable Mobility 62

  • Future Engineering Process – Design 4.0


Paper published: February 2021. Non-member price: £440 (available from FISITA Store).

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FOP2020-10-01

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BMW: Cathrine Loeber, Dr. Christina Kurpiers, Dr. Felix Fahrenkrog, Dr. Florian Raisch, Hansjoerg Entesperger, Jeremy Dillmann, Manuela Witt, Miriam Gruber, Paul Daman, Prof. Klaus Kompass, Simon Fürst; Faurecia & FISITA VP Technical: Christophe Aufrere; FISITA: Chris Mason; Jilin University & FISITA Technical Advisor: Prof. Mike Ma; Renault: Anne Guillaume, Christian Rousseau, Laurent Bouchard, Luc Bourgois, Marc Pajon, Olivier France, Pierre Gachon, Xavier Chalandon; Renault & FISITA President 2020-2023: Nadine Leclair.

Abstract

The FISITA Intelligent Safety White paper is a snapshot in time, a consensus of “how we design intelligent safety” for features from L1 to L3 and L4. It is authored by safety experts within the FISITA membership community, who are responsible for the continuous improvement of safety, thanks to a never-ending appropriation of new technologies and harmonized by standards and regulations.


FISITA shares these views and deliver insights via this initial paper in order to create a 360° contribution and view from around the industry and its stakeholders.


Table of Contents

  • 1 Foreword 2

  • 2 Introduction to Intelligent Safety 4

  • 3 Overview of ‘Design, Test and Regulation’ for Automated Vehicles 6

  • 4 Safe Architecture Design for Automated Vehicles 8

  • 5 Safety Analysis, Test and Evaluation for Automated Driving 9

  • 6 Consumer Education 10

  • 7 Safe Function (Redundancy) 12

  • 8 Safety Layer 13

  • 9 Operational Design Domain 14

  • 10 Behavior in Traffic 15

  • 11 Driver’s Responsibilities 16

  • 12 Vehicle-Initiated Takeover 17

  • 13 Driver-Initiated Takeover 18

  • 14 Effects of Automation 19

  • 15 Safety Assessment 20

  • 16 Data Recording 22

  • 17 Security 23

  • 18 Passive Safety 24

  • 19 Conclusions 26

  • Glossary 28

  • References 32

Paper published: October 2020. Non-member price: £440 (available from FISITA Store).

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