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context as well as application development context through competitive advantage, reduced risks, and reduced development
- name: 'Day 1 open discussion and announcements'
- name: 'Open discussion and announcements'
presenter: Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 15:30 - 15:45
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Moreover, results from recent research projects are used to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of applying
artificial intelligence to optimize transportation systems.</p>
- name: 'Papers Presentations'
presenter: Authors
- name: 'Eclipse KUKSA.val for SCR Anti-Tampering Monitoring in Heavy Vehicles'
presenter: Sebastian Schildt
type: session
time: 9:40 - 12:40
time: 9:50 - 10:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Junhyung Ki, Sebastian Schildt, Andreas Hastall, Sven Erik Jeroschewski and Robert Höttger<br/>
Modern internal combustion engines have several advanced exhaust treatment systems to meet emission standards and
legislation. In case of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) for diesel engines, a catalyst (“AdBlue®”) is used as
consumable. This incurs costs for the operator of diesel vehicles and provides an incentive to unlawfully circumvent
and shut down those systems. This case study presents how the Eclipse KUKSA stack has been used to realize an
anti-tampering system for commercial heavy-duty trucks exhaust systems. We show how the in-vehicle KUKSA.val software
and the components can be used to collect relevant data from a real heavy-duty truck and send them to the
cloud for further analysis.</p>
- name: 'Utilizing Eclipse Kuksa framework to build an intelligent moving test platform to support vehicle related research'
presenter: Harri Hirvonsalo
type: session
time: 10:10 - 10:30
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Harri Hirvonsalo and Pertti Seppänen<br/>
In this study, we explored how the Eclipse Kuksa framework could be used as a technology basis for building an intelligent
moving test platform to support research of autonomous vehicles and vehicle related research in general. Based on the gained
experience, we state that Kuksa framework is a feasible basis for development of open, intelligent automotive data systems,
though with a considerable learning needs. We present the experience gained during this study and demonstrate some of the
functionality provided by a minimum-viable system we implemented in the study.</p>
- name: 'Poster: Hono™ service stack deployment to Azure'
presenter: Mikael Saarinen
type: session
time: 10:30 - 10:35
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Mikael Saarinen and Niina Lundén<br/>
Hono™ service stack deployment to Azure was a student project by the SMADYASP group, in which the goal was to create
cloud infrastructure architecture for mobility applications. Microsoft Azure was used as the cloud platform, and deployment was
done using Terraform, Helm, and Kubernetes. With the results of the project, it is now much easier to deploy Hono™ and monitor
and trace the whole service stack. In the future, this project's results are used in setting up a test environment for real
automotive scenarios concerning in-vehicle and 5G connectivity mobility applications. <br/>
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- name: 'Algorithmic Planning, Simulation and Validation of Smart, Shared Parking Services using Edge Hardware'
presenter: Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman
type: session
time: 10:50 - 11:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman, Andreas Graf, Benedikt Niehues and Marco Aiello<br/>
A major problem with vehicles used in densely populated areas is parking. Part of the problem is the scarcity of the
resource in busy areas and the non optimal utilization of private spots. We propose the 'Smart Shared Private Parking'
model that aims at including in the parking pool also private parking spots. In an urban area with both commercial and
residential buildings, frequently household owners do not utilize their own parking lots during office hours, long duration
of shopping and vacations. At the same time, such owners want to be able to park in their lots when needed. Therefore, to
engage the residents and allow them to provide their parking spaces when unused one needs a real-time, distributed infrastructure
that supports dynamic allocation of spaces. We propose a conceptual deployment of edge hardware and communication mechanisms to
enable shared private parking sharing. We illustrate an infrastructure setup required to analyse various aspects of the model
and show its effectiveness in parking allocation in terms of vehicular emission, utilisation rate, and revenue as metrics
considering all the stakeholders. A simulation based on a district of Dublin provides quantitative instances for these metrics.</p>
- name: 'Towards a Domain-specific Language for the Virtual Validation of Cloud-native Mobility Services'
presenter: Philipp Heisig
type: session
time: 11:10 - 11:30
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Philipp Heisig and Christoph Flick<br/>
Future vehicles can be considered as ”IoT devices on wheels” as they exhibit high-performance computation resources,
various sensing devices, and a data-driven software architecture. While the availability of automotive big data provides
the basis for innovative and disruptive mobility services, processing vehicle data within the cloud poses also several
challenges. A major challenge in this context is the validation of cloud-native mobility services regarding their proper
functionality and the fulfillment of non-functional requirements. Due to the cost-efficient nature of simulations, traffic
simulation in combination with network simulation is more and more used for a virtual proof-ofconcept of mobility services
and their software architectures. Nevertheless, the creation of adequate simulation environments specific to connected
vehicle scenarios is time-consuming and requires explicit domain knowledge. We present a prototypical domain-specific
language tailored to the formal description of connected vehicle scenarios and the according generation of simulation
environments. Therefore, we make use of the traffic simulator Eclipse SUMO as well as the co-simulation environment Eclipse
MOSAIC and demonstrate the usage of our DSL via the use case of a restricted traffic zone. Although the DSL so far only
support the setup of minimal traffic scenarios, it already helps to abstract complexity and ease the set-up of simulation
environments for connected vehicle scenarios.</p>
- name: 'Morphemic Cloud Application Models Design'
presenter: Alessandra Bagnato
type: session
time: 11:30 - 11:50
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Alessandra Bagnato, Etienne Brosse and Kaïs Chaabouni<br/>
The Morphemic H2020 project (<a href="">The most advanced multicloud platform with proactive
features<a/>) covers several features from modelling cross-cloud applications, continuous and autonomous optimization
and deployment and providing access to several cloud capabilities. This demo paper describes the MORPHEMIC CAMEL Designer
tool responsible for the Cloud Application Modelling and Execution Language (CAMEL) design for the modelling Environment
Modelio. CAMEL Designer is an open source module for graphically creating, editing and exporting CAMEL Models in XMI
format. </p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion and close'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja and Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 12:40 - 13:00
time: 11:50 - 12:05
abstract: |
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