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Six months into the mandate, eCall is happening… slowly, says PTOLEMUS Consulting Group

10-04-2018 01:04 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: PTOLEMUS Consulting Group

PTOLEMUS published a free briefing on the development of TPS eCall

PTOLEMUS published a free briefing on the development of TPS eCall

London, 2nd October 2018

Six months since the pan-European emergency call mandate officially went into force, PTOLEMUS calls its early implementation a relative success.

Despite delays on all sides, all EU Member States have upgraded their emergency services or PSAPs (Public Service Answering Points) to support “public eCall”, the basic service.

This has not been without resistance from certain PSAPs, OEMs and governments. All had to invest heavily to provide the necessary technical infrastructure and human resources, which as of today are clearly underused.

The limited number of calls received at the beginning was expected. The mandate only impacts new type-approved vehicles and currently only covers passenger cars and light commercial vehicles.

Additionally, the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP), which replaced the old test procedures to use real-driving data for type approvals, has forced car makers to restrain new product launches and some - such as Porsche - have even cancelled entire lines of vehicles.

While public eCall takes time to grow, 2 other modalities of delivering automatic crash notification (ACN) can help meet Europe’s safety objectives.

First, many insurance companies such as Allianz, HUK Coburg or UnipolSai are offering ACN as part of their telematics insurance services. More than 4 million vehicles are already equipped.

In addition, several OEMs such as PSA, Volvo or BMW are equipping their cars with private or TPS (Third Party Service) eCall where the alert is first received by TPSPs (Third Party Service Providers) compliant to EN standard. However, TPS eCall is facing many hurdles, as establishing relationships with PSAPs and setting up the service are difficult in at least 7 countries across Europe.

The PTOLEMUS’ eCall Briefing details the differences between the eCall models and explains the issues and opportunities in deploying TPS eCall.
You can download PTOLEMUS the free briefing at https://www.ptolemus.com/ptolemus-ecall-briefing/

PTOLEMUS is the first strategy consulting & research firm entirely focused on connected & autonomous mobility and the Internet of Things. It assists leading technology players, automotive OEMs, insurers and service providers in defining & deploying their strategies.
PTOLEMUS has performed more than 20 consulting assignments related to emergency services. It has been an Advisory Board member of EENA (the European Emergency Number Association) for 5 years.

Thomas Hallauer
Marketing Director
PTOLEMUS Consulting group

Thallauer@ptolemus.com
00447973889392

Unit 16, Streatham Business Centre
1 Empire Mews
London Sw162BF

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