PD CEN/TR 16219:2011 - Electronic fee collection. Value added services based on EFC on-board equipment

PD CEN/TR 16219:2011

Electronic fee collection. Value added services based on EFC on-board equipment

Status : Current   Published : August 2011



1.1 Definition of VAS Value Added Services, VAS, is a term that was coined in the telecommunications industry for services that go beyond core service, such as mobile voice communications. Such additional services are intended to add value for the consumers in order to encourage them to use the telecommunications service more often and to add an additional revenue stream for the Service Provider. In the context of EFC, a VAS in this strict sense is a telematics service offered to the Service User by means of an EFC OBE. This service might directly be consumed by the driver in the vehicle, or might, particularly in the case of heavy vehicles, be targeted at the freight operator and be consumed in a back office. Such services can be fleet management services like track-and-trace, payment services such as paying petrol automatically at the pump, or regulatory applications such as Electronic Licence Plate or access control. Such additional services and applications create additional value to the user, either by the value the new service creates to him, or in the case of regulatory services, by combining several functionalities in a single device, thus removing the need to install and maintain several pieces of equipment simultaneously. In a wider sense, the operator of the EFC service can draw additional benefit from the data collected by the EFC system. Data from EFC OBE gives a good account of the traffic situation on the charged network, and may be utilised for statistical purposes, for traffic planning or even in real-time for traffic information purposes. The scope of this TR covers both the original meaning of VAS, namely both additional services to the user of the core EFC service and additional value created for the operator of the charging system. 1.2 Coverage The TR analyses all telematics applications that have the potential to be delivered as a VAS to EFC. The analysis covers the requirements of the VAS applications and the fit to the resources offered by the EFC system. It also analyses prerequisites in terms of business and technical system architecture in order to enable VAS to be delivered, including questions of control and governance, security aspects and privacy issues. The TR does not analyse commercial viability. Cost to benefit ratio and market potential for VAS are considered to be out of scope. The TR analyses the potential and pre-conditions for EFC equipment to serve as platforms for a diverse range of VAS. The VAS are considered to be add-ons to EFC equipment. The TR does not analyse the reverse situation, namely the situation where an EFC application is added to a telematics platform that has been deployed for another core service, such as the suitability of navigation systems to serve as platforms for EFC.

Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 16219:2011
TitleElectronic fee collection. Value added services based on EFC on-board equipment
Publication Date31 August 2011
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 15509, CEN ISO/TS 12813, ISO/TS 12813:2009, CEN ISO/TS 13141, ISO/TS 13141:2010, EN ISO 14906, ISO 14906:2004, ISO 17573:2010, CEN ISO/TS 17575-1, ISO/TS 17575-1:2010, CEN ISO/TS 17575-3, ISO/DTS 17575-3:2010, ISO 14813-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)2008/597/EC, 2006/24/EC, 2009/750/EC, 2004/52/EC, ETSI EN 302665, ISO/IEC 10746, ISO/WD 15638, prEN ISO 12855, ISO/DIS 12855:2009, 2002/58/EC
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 16219:2011
DescriptorsRoad transport, Road vehicles, Traffic, Traffic control, Toll systems, Electronic equipment and components, Data processing, Information exchange, Data transmission, Interfaces (data processing), Freight transport
Title in FrenchPerception du télépéage. Services à valeur ajoutée basé sur l'équipement embarqué de télépéage
Title in GermanElektronische Gebührenerfassung. Zusätzliche Funktionen basierend auf den fahrzeugbasierenden Gebührenerfassungssystemen
ISBN978 0 580 73141 9
File Size2.753 MB

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