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BB23.A +Dependable WSN made of modular nodes and network architecture with different approaches for processing and communications oriented to increase dependability  +
BB23.B +This BB will provide prioritized IP traffic guaranteeing the QoS requirements of the critical mission M2M applications that the WP9/WP11/WP18 introduce. The smart router (with QoS capabilities) will be integrated inside the Onboard L&M Gateway between the External Communications Modules (3G/4G/5G and Satcom) and the SIP Adapter.  +
BB23.C +Common SCOTT hardware chip(s) plus guidelines on how to use and integrate the security chip in existing hardware and software stacks, as well as an API to simply integrate the hardware module in an existing software implementation.  +
BB23.D +Conceptual study of methodologies for safe and secure design of systems considering applicable standards from different domains. Focus is on methodologies related to serial products, i.e. products in higher volumes, where errors in the development process may lead to safety and security impairment.  +
BB23.E +An enhanced waveform able to meet with the safety and security stringent requriements in terms of availability, continuity, integrity and latency derived from the mission critical applications. The designed waveform will provide the required mechanisms (e.g. error detection, error correction, encryption, etc) at physical and link layer to guaranty the QoS performances that allowing to provide a high security and safety level to the communication service.  +
BB23.F +Integration of an out of band communication channel for authentication and online security checks in a WSN for automotive test-beds  +
BB23.G +Main output wil be a conceptual study about the applicability of PHY layer security methods in industrial WSN using commercially available hardware. If a suitable PHY layer method can be found, it will be implemented in the WSN demonstrator for automotive test-beds  +
BB23.H +Algorithms for realtime secure zone configuration, for use in WP9.  +
BB23.I +A self-contained early warning service to address safety deficiencies in critical areas. This will include the required business logic on the server side (ground infrastructure): CATWS (Critical Area Trustable Warning System) Server Application, and on the client side (vehicle): CATWS Client Application. This business logic will be integrated as part of WP20. This will also include the required V2I/I2V communication capabilities, Rail & Road Protocol and required modules. BB category  +
BB23.J +This building block will be a software protocol stack for reliable wireless multi-hop communications. This stack will be composed of different standards, integrated and modified to get the expected result in the destination scenarios and use cases, which will produce a stack with a guaranteed QoS for a set of industrial scenarios, following a safety- compliant development process. This stack will be integrable in technically compatible WSN HW platforms. It will focus on reliable communications in harsh environments, basic guarantee of latency and reliability through deterministic medium access, dynamic scheduling of nodes based on their communication needs, IP integration in higher architecture levels, and safety operative for the specific use cases. The prototype will be set in a real WSN for testing and demonstrating in a full-scale realistic use case.  +
BB23.K +The safe and secure coordination of multiple vehicles require dependable wireless communication link. Due to the vehicle mobility and large size of the vehicles, the radio propagation conditions is strongly varying leading to non-stationary propagation conditions. A wireless measurement and geometry based real-time wireless-link modelling concept for connected autonomous vehicles in WP11. In WP20 this concept will be adapted for the geometries and communication system requirements for train V2I communication links. Based on the measures of the wireless link, the final output of the BB will be a new transmission scheme that will include modulation, codification and frequency allocation that allow a reliable wireless system. The BB will use as input TCP/IP data and it will be transformed to wireless reliable data stream. The data received from the sensors will be the data output in the same TCP/IP format. This BB will be used in WP19 and WP20.  +
BB23.L +Optimal allocation of elements (goods and operators) to transport and storage resources. Suggestions of additional resources, changes on timetables, frequency or route/itinerary  +
BB23.M +Software platform for the Safety WSN Adapter, which will be deployable in compatible hardware platforms. This adapter will deal with the safety and application restrictions in the related use cases, providing a reliable integration of wireless sensors and systems.  +
BB23.N +A library of general security mechanisms and functions to secure a wired or wireless channel and a guide on how to use it.  +
BB23.O +Document that describes suitable security solutions for trustable networks and communications.  +
BB23.P +Software components: Localization methods and agorithms, authentication and authorization mechanisms. Hardware components: dedicated WSN sensors.  +
BB23.Q +A Smart Train Compositon Coupling Application (STCC Application) to support the virtual coupling between train compositions on the low- speed manoeuvring mode and the corresponding V2V communication support.  +
BB23.R +Mechanisms and concepts to build, monitor and evaluate trust within a embedded (and furthermore a cyber-physical) system. Definition of metrics and guidelines.  +
BB24.A +The specific work will address the extension towards other standards (at least 5 standards from the above list, starting with TR-106 and TRrentiation based on the requirements of applications for consumer devices is introduced. As of now, customer equipments are based on “best effort” providion, not being able to e.g. perform a hand-over of wireless clients or reserve bandwidth for a certain operation, e.g. voice of Wifi (VoWifi). This technology line will provide technological solutions for the service differentiation, and will provide deployment in the field. The goal is to create a cloud instance of Open Standards for "smart remote management”, and implement a subset of these protocols in existing wireless networks. The technology line addresses infrastructure standardisation, e.g. how to configure home networks to comply with the specific requirements of applications, e.g. voice over Wifi-135) and the remote management of both access points and e.g. mult-media devices. The novel concept of service differ ...  +
BB24.B +Analysis and definition of addressing proposal for SCOTT sensors/actuators and potential mobility management mechanisms based on requirements of SCOTT use cases.  +
BB24.C +Guideline on suitable application layer protocols in SCOTT for cloud communication. Readers of this guideline should be able to select the appropriate protocol according to their needs (e.g. resource-constraint nodes, access to specific cloud interfaces, etc.). The main focus is to re- use existing and standardized protocols as much as possible and to develop extensions where needed for the specific SCOTT domains.  +
BB24.D +This building block will be a software platform able to ingest data collected by sensors, analyse them and provide the analyses results to external applications. This platform will be composed of different components, integrated and modified to achieve the expected result in the destination scenarios and use cases. It will integrate scalable, robust and reliable technologies to store and process large amounts of data. Machine learning techniques will be applied for future values prediction, data anomalies detection, and optimization. The prototype will be tested and demonstrated in some use cases.  +
BB24.E +This building block will provide Cloud Computing Services for novel connected mobility applications to be used primarily in workpackage 2.6. This will be: * cloud computing services for connected vehicles, even across transport modes * a remote diagnostic cloud computing service * a system update cloud computing service * cloud computing services for traffic information * a cloud computing service to let connected vehicles cooperate * a digital ecosystem for passenger car mobile applications, which allows third parties to participate by adding third party services  +
BB24.F +The main output is to define components, processes and methods to allow system architecture to choose and pick optimal candidates from a collective of technology candidates. For run time support, support like libraries and frameworks will be developed to synchronize operation between technologies, as well as to allow switch-over between alternative technologies  +
BB24.G +Analysis of applicable solutions for mobile edge computing and potentially prototype implementation to be used in SCOTT use cases.  +
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