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Programme

11th European

Congress and

Exhibition on

Intelligent Transport

Systems and Services

Glasgow, Scotland

6–9 June 2016

www.itsineurope.com

Organised by: by:

Hosted by: by:

Supported by:


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Organisers of the 11th ITS European Congress would like to thank the sponsors and partners for their contribution and support

to make this Congress a success bringing forward the transportation and mobility sector.

Sponsors

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TABLE OF

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

Organisers and Hosts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Welcome Letters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5

Programme at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

Congress format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

Plenary sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Executive sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

Special interest sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Technical/scientific sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30

Stakeholder workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43

Project dissemination sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

Commercial paper sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Associated events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Demonstrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

Mobile app . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57

Technical visits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Social tours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60

Social events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Congress & exhibition venue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70

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ORGANISERS AND

HOSTS

ERTICO – ITS Europe

Glasgow City Council

ERTICO – ITS Europe is a multi-sector, public/private

partnership pursuing the development and deployment of

Intelligent Transport Systems and Services (ITS). With more

than 100 shareholders, ERTICO connects public authorities,

industry players, infrastructure operators, users, national

ITS associations and other organisations and works to bring

“Intelligence into Mobility”.

The ERTICO work programme focuses on initiatives to improve

road safety, security and network efficiency whilst taking into

account measures to reduce environmental impact. Our vision

is of a future transport system working towards zero accidents,

zero delays and fully informed people, where services are

affordable and seamless, the environment is protected, privacy

is respected and security is provided.

In it’s 11th edition, the 2016 ITS European Congress in

Glasgow, Scotland is organised by ERTICO – ITS Europe and

the European Commission with the

help of its hosts, the Glasgow City

Council and Transport Scotland.

www.ertico.com

European Commission

The European Commission represents the general

interest of the EU and is the driving force in proposing

legislation (to Parliament and the Council), administering

and implementing EU policies,

enforcing EU law (jointly with the

Court of Justice) and negotiating

in the international arena.

The City is the largest in Scotland and has over the years been

at the forefront of ITS development and deployment. The

City’s Operations Centre (which is the subject of a Technical

Tour during the Congress) houses the ITS Systems and is

interfaced to the City’s 1,000 or so CCTV Cameras. Recently

the City has concluded a 3 year Future Cities programme

having won a £24m Innovation Contract in 2013. The Future

City allows the comparison of Open Data on

such subjects as Power Consumption, Event

Management, Route Planning, Public Health

and many other issues. Delegates will get the

opportunity of seeing this in action during their

stay in this vibrant and friendly City.

Transport Scotland

Transport Scotland is the national transport agency for

Scotland.

Transport Scotland seeks to deliver a safe, efficient, costeffective

and sustainable transport system for the benefit

of the people of Scotland, playing a key role in helping to

achieve the Scottish Government’s Purpose of increasing

sustainable economic growth with opportunities for all of

Scotland to flourish. Its purpose is to support and advise

the Scottish Government on strategy and policy options for

transport in Scotland, and increase sustainable economic

growth through the development of national transport

projects.

Transport Scotland’s delivery priorities, in the context of the

government’s purpose and this investment, are connecting

Scotland and improving reliability and journey times in order

to maximise opportunities for employment, business, leisure

and tourism.

Transport Scotland is also fully committed

and currently progressing to a low carbon

economy in the transport sector through

low carbon technology and infrastructure,

reducing emissions, tackling climate

change and improving air quality.

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WELCOME LETTERS

European Commission

The European Commission is very pleased to invite you to the 11th European ITS Congress, to be

hosted in the city of Glasgow from 6th to 9th June 2016.

The main theme of the Congress, “Delivering future cities now”, is of utmost relevance for all of

us. Almost half of the world’s population currently lives in cities, and by 2050 this percentage is

expected to increase to 75%; how the cities will look like by then? No-one really knows, but the

reality is that our urban spaces face a series of challenges such as congestion and CO2 emissions.

Instead of adding to the long list of challenges faced by the cities, our common efforts should

aim at turning challenges into opportunities.

Cities are exciting, and they are attractive. They have high-intensity communication, competition

and cooperation, all these being drivers for innovation. The cities of the future will be shaped by

knowledge and ideas leading to less fragmentation and more connection.

We need to fully tap the potential of information and communication technologies, not only to

respond to current mobility demands, but also to be proactive in anticipating future needs and

challenges, creating a framework for flexible solutions addressing the needs of people and businesses.

The discussions during the Congress will address exactly these aspects by covering inter alia

connected and automated vehicles, ways to bring services to users, as well as transport applications

of satellite technologies.

Moreover, decarbonisation of transport will contribute to revitalising our cities by means of

promoting new mobility patterns which go hand in hand with new forms of economic and

social interaction. Following the debates of the 22nd World ITS Congress Bordeaux 2015 and

Sustainable Innovation Forum Paris 2015, the Congress in Glasgow will outline the role of ITS

in decarbonising the transport sector and more generally in reducing its environmental impacts.

The Congress will also be an excellent opportunity to get additional impulses for further implementation

of the Energy Union and Digital Single Market Strategy as well as ways to make the best use of

existing instruments such as the ITS Directive, Horizon 2020 and Connecting Europe Facility.

In order to discuss the cities of tomorrow, there is no better place than Glasgow, this city having

strong aspirations to become one of the Europe’s most sustainable cities by 2020.

To make today’s cities more sustainable we need knowledge and the will to change. The 11th

Europe ITS Congress will be an ideal opportunity to share and enrich our knowledge as well as

show our strong commitment to more sustainable cities.

Violeta Bulc, Member of the European Commission

Carlos Moedas, Member of the European Commission

Günther Oettinger, Member of the European Commission

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WELCOME LETTERS

Minister for Transports and Islands

I am delighted to welcome you to the 11th ITS European Congress in Glasgow.

As Transport Minister, one of my key responsibilities is the management and development of

Scotland’s transport infrastructure. Intelligent Transport Systems play an increasingly vital role

in the effective operation of our transport networks for everyday use and to support the wider

economy. Scotland’s vision is that by 2020, our country will be the global location of choice for

the demonstration of smart mobility products, services and business models.

The Congress theme is Delivering Future Cities Now. Glasgow has a long history in the use of

Intelligent Transport Systems and Transport Scotland works with all of Scotland’s Local Authorities

in the integration of these systems to the Scottish Transport Road Network. Today, innovation

and creativity are the drivers of the City’s ITS successes. As well as a compact, attractive and

experienced conference city, Glasgow is a welcoming city. The friendliness and hospitality of its

people is world renowned.

I look forward to seeing you in Glasgow on 6 – 9 June and to taking ITS across Europe to the next level.

Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for Transport and Islands, Scotland

Glasgow City Council

I am delighted as Lord Provost of the City of Glasgow to welcome you to Glasgow for the 11th

European ITS Congress.

Glasgow has a great reputation for fine engineering and innovative approaches to Intelligent

Transport Systems. It was the first European City (and the second in the World after Toronto) to

commission a computerised traffic signal control system based at the Broomielaw in September

1967. This is only a short walk away from the Congress Site at the Scottish exhibition and

Conference Centre on the banks of the River Clyde.

This innovative work continued with the development of the computer control algorithms for

traffic control and internationally acclaimed motorway control, urban traffic and public transport

control systems. It is this recognition of its past performance and continued involvement in

innovative traffic control technology which resulted in the City being awarded the ITS UK’s

award for Innovation at the ITS World Congress in London 2006. More recently the City won a

£24M Project to run Future Cities which was awarded by the Technology Strategy Board- the UK

Government’s innovation agency.

The City also continues with its policy of regeneration which includes great improvements in

public health such as the building of the new Queen Elizabeth University Hospital on the South

side of the River Clyde. This 14 floor hospital is one of the largest new build hospitals in Europe.

The City’s ITS Infrastructure is incorporated into its design providing visitors with efficient public

transport to and from the hospital.

Finally, the City is also known as the Friendly City and provides visitors with countless dining

opportunities and places of entertainment all within easy walking distance of the Congress venue.

On behalf of the citizens of Glasgow and Glasgow City Council I welcome you to Glasgow.

The Rt Hon Sadie Docherty, Lord Provost Glasgow City Council

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WELCOME LETTERS

ITS United Kingdom

ITS United Kingdom is delighted to welcome our British and international colleagues to the 11th

ITS European Congress in Glasgow.

We have enjoyed working with our Foundation Members Transport Scotland and Glasgow City

Council on making the Congress happen, and now we look forward to sharing an informative,

productive and enjoyable week with you all at the event.

The UK was one of the earliest implementers of ITS in the world, and Glasgow was an early

adopter on the city level right from the start. It is very fitting that Glasgow and the whole UK ITS

community will now welcome colleagues from all over the world to share our experiences and

also to learn from you. The Congress theme is Delivering Future Cities Now and many of us are

busy doing just that. If we continuously take on board best practice and successes from elsewhere,

we are more likely to make a good job of this. This is the essence of the ITS Congresses and we

are delighted to be playing a leading role in the 2016 ITS in Europe Congress, exactly ten years

after our contribution with the World Congress in London in 2006.

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow on 6 – 9 June and to being able to share with you

the British achievements and capabilities in ITS.

Jennie Martin, Secretary General ITS United Kingdom

ERTICO - ITS Europe

On behalf of ERTICO – ITS Europe and its Partners, I am truly delighted to invite you to attend

and participate in the 11th European ITS Congress which will be held in Glasgow, Scotland,

from 6-9 June 2016.

The theme for this Congress is ‘Delivering Future Cities Now’ with a focus on five key topics. Cities

already benefit from excellent ITS based services that are transforming mobility for people and

goods. Increasing connectivity, bringing new services to users, improving communication, all with

sustainability in mind will provide even more benefits to the user.

This emphasis on maximising benefits to the user will be highlighted in the Exhibition and

throughout the demonstrations where a wide range of exhibitors including public administrations,

industry and ITS-related organisations will showcase the technologies and services available to

deliver future cities now. Students and young professionals will also be a focus of the Congress,

which hopes to attract top talent into the intelligent transport sector. Scotland is already an

advanced user of ITS and the support of Glasgow City Council and Transport Scotland will ensure

that this event will be a success.

Finally, in addition to what is certain to be an interesting and informative Congress Programme,

participants will also be able to take advantage of the exciting social itinerary in this vibrant and

energetic city renowned for its culture, style and friendliness of its people.

I very much look forward meeting you at the greatest coming together of the European community.

Cees de Wijs, Chairman Supervisory Board ERTICO – ITS Europe

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PROGRAMME AT A

GLANCE

Session rooms

Name Lomond Alsh 1 Alsh 2 Boisdale 1 Boisdale 2 Leven Carron 1 Carron

Location

MONDAY 6 JUNE

Ground Level

16.00 - 17.45

Opening Ceremony

PL1

Connected and

automated mobility

TUESDAY 7 JUNE

09.00 - 10.30

PL2

Challenges of creating

a truly digital city

Coffee Break

11.00 - 12.30

ES01

Delivering integrated

mobility

SIS01

MaaS - new business

and service

approaches

SIS02

4G (LTE) and the ITS

road towards 5G

SIS03

Gearing up for

C-ITS deployment

TS01

Road infrastructure 1

SIS04

Cities go fo

Mobility

Lunch

14.00 - 15.30

ES02

COP21

What’s next

TS05

Automation: From

legal gap to operation

SIS07

Next steps towards a

mobility marketplace

in Europe

SIS08

Advancing methods

in simulation of

ITS applications

SIS09

The cyber security

challenges of

connecting vehicles

to infrastructure

TS06

Traffic management -

UTMC & signals 1

Coffee Break

16.00 - 17.30

ES03

Highly automated

vehicles

TS11

Evaluationary

aspects of C-ITS

SIS12

Freedom to roam:

towards MaaS

without frontiers?

SIS13

Improving road

safety, efficiency

and sustainability

in Europe

SIS14

Parking in the

digital era

TS12

Traffic management -

UTMC & signals 2

SIS15

From inno

to large

deployment o

services in

WEDNESDAY 8 JUNE

09.00 - 10.30

ES04

European pay-off

from connectivity

TS17

TMC operations

and services 1

SIS17

Paying for mobility

SIS18

Data-driven: leveraging

highly granular FCD

to improve safety

SIS19

C-ITS Corridors -

preparing for real

life deployment

TS18

HMI and human factors

aspects of C-ITS

SIS20

Long term vi

decision-supp

for ITS depl

Coffee Break

11.00 - 12.30

ES05

Down to earth

uses of space

ES06

Asset management

HOST

SIS23

Different approaches to

a MaaS Business Model

SIS24

Smart journey

planners and traveller

information services

for urban mobility

SIS25

ITS Technology -

towards a unified

sustainable

Transport system

TS22

C-ITS national

approaches

SIS2

Deploymen

standards in

transport:

and tre

Lunch

14.00 - 15.30

ES07

Maps in the

21st century

TS26

Road Infrastructure 2

SIS28

Proactive & demandresponsive

transport

management

Host SIS29

Future City Glasgow - our

journey to becoming a

World Leading Smart City

SIS30

International analysis

of C-ITS environments:

standards and gaps

TS27

Security and privacy

issues for

C-ITS

SIS3

Resilienc

managing di

Coffee Break

16.00 - 17.30

ES08

Integrating transport

for people and goods

TS30

Road safety and C-ITS

SIS34

Open Data: improved

Services resulting

from public/private

collaboration

SIS35

Scotland’s Smart

Travel Innovation

SIS36

Digital infrastructure

for automated

vehicles

TS31

Technologies for

C-ITS

SIS3

Public/pr

cooperation t

ITS deploymen

and effecti

19.00 Scottish Evening

THURSDAY 9 JUNE

09.00 - 10.30

ES09

Smart movements

TS34

V2X for C-ITS

applications

TS35

Multimodal mobility

SIS40

Managing Automated

Transport in

Smart Cities

SIS41

Vehicular connectivity

and challenges in the

era of automation

TS36

Data aspects in

C-ITS and automation

SIS42

Movement A

unlocking i

on the rea

flow of urb

Coffee Break

11.00-12.30

PL3 - Mobility as a

Service - Conclusions

- Closing Ceremony

Lunch

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gation TS15

TS16

SW02

ite Open data & mobility

ITS making

Next generation

y

cities smarter logistics - road maps

TOPICS

ITS professionals

PR01

and challenges

TS04

SW01

ITS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Transition

ccessful

Education and

challenges towards

FROM STANDALONE TO

loyment of

professional

cooperative and

ITS services GLANCE

development in ITS

CONNECTED TO AUTOMATED

automated driving

SW03

lite

tions

TS20

TS21

PR04 Towards a methodology

PLENARY SESSION

driver

Incident detection

Traffic management Progress in TN-ITS for Field Operational

platforms spatial data exchangeBRINGING Tests for automated SERVICES TO USERS

cations

PR02

SIS10

vehicles

TS10

Enabling interaction Benefits to passenger

& interurban

PROJECT SESSION

between traffic and freight transport

ologies and

management and from applying ITS to

NEW TRANSPORT SERVICES

nagement

mobility services ferries and ports PR05 FROM SATELLITE SW04

TOPICS

TECHNOLOGIES

TS25

CP1

C-ITS European Skills and training

iction Travel times

Network management interoperability: the programme on ITS

STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP

FROM STANDALONE and optimisation TO examples of COMPASS4D SUSTAINABLE deployment to support TRANSPORT FOR

PR03

and SCOOP@F public authorities

ITS

CONNECTED TO AUTOMATED

TS16

ITS for freight

SW02

PEOPLE AND GOODS

S making

transport and Next generation

PL: Plenary Session

es smarter logistics - road maps ITS professionals

and challenges BRINGING SERVICES TO USERS PR06

SW05

ITS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

ty - a

TS29

CP2

Seamless ITS services Establishing a Pan

ES: Executive Session

ger and

Mobility services Towards integrated from Ireland to European innovation

logies ort

schemes

services Portugal: Arc Atlantique platform on

SIS: Special Interest Session

to

NEW TRANSPORT SERVICES

SW03

projects outcomes logistics services

tsTS21

FROM PR04 SATELLITE Towards TECHNOLOGIES

a methodology

PLENARY SESSION

management Progress in TN-ITS for Field Operational

TS: Technical Session

latforms spatial data exchange Tests for automated

vehicles

cations

TS33 SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT FOR PR07

SW06

CP: Commercial Paper Session

PROJECT SESSION

nt

Mobility services

CP3

Procurement of Standardisation and

PEOPLE AND

tems

& data

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Data based on FCD automated vehicles

PR: Project Session

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PR05

SW04

CP1

C-ITS ITS European AND CLIMATE Skills CHANGE and training

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STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP SW: Stakeholder Workshop

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and SCOOP@F

deployment to support

public authorities

PROGRAMME AT A

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PR07

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Data based on FCD

PL: Plenary Session

ES: Executive Session

SW06

Standardisation and

certification for

automated vehicles

SIS: Special Interest Session

PR08

SW07

European TS: efforts Technical Session Accelerating ITS

on automated deployment by

driving: findings from creating a more

ongoing

CP:

research

Commercial

diverse

Paper

workforce

Session

PR: Project Session

SW: SIS04 Stakeholder WorkshopTS02

Cities go for Smart Safety &

Mobility now

sustainability

*The programme may be subject to

change.

TS07

Sharing and charging

mobility services

PR03

ITS for freight

transport and

ferries and ports

TS: Technical Session

CP: Commercial Paper Session

PR: Project Session

SW: Stakeholder Workshop

*The programme may be subject to

change.

SIS05

Parking - space

for improvement

SIS11

Urban ITS - the

need for mobility

standards in

Smart Cities

SIS06

Galileo GNNS

applications - market

opportunities for

ITS solutions

TS08

Satellite-enabled

end user services

FROM SATELLITE TECHNOLOGIES

SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT FOR

PEOPLE AND GOODS

TS03

Gamification of ITS

and e-charging

TS09

EU Policy on ITS

and data protection

considerations

TS04

Successful

deployment of

urban ITS services

TS10

Urban & interurban

technologies and

management

PR01

Transition

challenges towards

cooperative and

automated driving

PR02

Enabling interaction

between traffic

management and

mobility services

SW01

Education and

professional

development in ITS

SIS10

Benefits to passenger

and freight transport

from applying ITS to

ferries and ports

A

G

S12

anagement -

signals 2

SIS15

From innovation

to large scale

deployment of mobility

services in cities

TS13

Policies and

strategies

SIS16

Challenges in

measuring CO 2

reduction benefits

from ITS

TS14

Mapping & navigation

using satellite

technology

TS15

Open data & mobility

TS16

ITS making

cities smarter

PR03

ITS for freight

transport and

logistics - road maps

and challenges

SW02

Next generation

ITS professionals

S18

uman factors

s of C-ITS

SIS20

Long term viability of

decision-support tools

for ITS deployment

SIS21

Using ITS to make

our cities healthier

SIS22

Robust satellite

navigation solutions

for enhanced driver

assistance applications

TS20

Incident detection

TS21

Traffic management

platforms

SW03

PR04 Towards a methodology

Progress in TN-ITS for Field Operational

spatial data exchange Tests for automated

vehicles

S22

national

oaches

SIS26

Deployment of IT

standards in public

transport: status

and trends

TS23

Interoperability &

standardisation

SIS27

Proactive safety: the

next step to reducing

accidents caused by

adverse conditions

TS24

Air quality prediction

TS25

Travel times

CP1

Network management

and optimisation

PR05

C-ITS European

interoperability: the

examples of COMPASS4D

and SCOOP@F

SW04

Skills and training

programme on ITS

deployment to support

public authorities

S27

and privacy

es for

-ITS

SIS31

Resilience and

managing disruption

TS28

Big and open data

SIS32

The ITS for climate

platform

SIS33

ITS connectivity - a

future with 5G and

satellite technologies

TS29

Mobility services

schemes

CP2

Towards integrated

services

PR06

Seamless ITS services

from Ireland to

Portugal: Arc Atlantique

projects outcomes

SW05

Establishing a Pan

European innovation

platform on

logistics services

S31

logies for

-ITS

SIS37

Public/private

cooperation to improve

ITS deployment efficiency

and effectiveness

TS32

National & corridor

management

SIS38

Intelligent road

weather applications

and services in

support of ITS

SIS39

Integrated applications

for Intelligent

Transport Systems

TS33

Mobility services

& data

CP3

Innovative Services

PR07

Procurement of

Real-Time Traffic

Data based on FCD

SW06

Standardisation and

certification for

automated vehicles

S36

spects in

automation

SIS42

Movement Analytics:

unlocking insights

on the real-time

flow of urban life

TS37

Innovation in transport

TS38

Strategic approaches

to climate change

TS39

Alternative fuel

technology

TS40

Modelling and

simulation

CP4

Smart Cities

Smart Vehicles

PR08

European efforts

on automated

driving: findings from

ongoing research

SW07

Accelerating ITS

deployment by

creating a more

diverse workforce

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Congress format

Plenary Sessions

All attendees are welcome to join the Opening and Closing

Ceremonies and Plenary Sessions in which major personalities

from today’s world of ITS will present their personal views

on key ITS issues.

Executive Sessions

In these sessions a range of senior experts including highlevel

industry executives, public officials and academics will

draw from their experiences to discuss key topical policies,

problems and issues. As well as reviewing current challenges

and achievements these Sessions provide an exciting

opportunity to learn about future ITS initiatives.

Special Interest Sessions

Organised at the request of organisations or groups of

experts developing and deploying ITS, these interactive,

tailor-made meetings create an opportunity to explore indepth

specific topics.

Technical/Scientific Sessions

These sessions are composed of presentations by international

experts on varying ITS related topics encompassing all

technical, scientific, economic, organisational and societal

aspects of ITS. They aim to encourage and enable the

exchange of information on deployment ranging from

improving the operational use of systems and services on

the one hand to research and development in support of

new applications on the other.

Sessions in the exhibition area

Discussion Sessions

These sessions will begin with speakers making short

presentations after which the moderator will facilitate a

discussion involving both the speakers and the audience.

This format suits contentious subjects with many different

opinions to be considered, or an area which is evolving very

quickly. The sessions are less structured with more time for

interaction between the speakers and the audience. Most

of these sessions take place in the exhibition area.

Stakeholder Workshops

Because the Congresses attract delegates from around the

world the practice has developed of organising open informal

sessions (“Workshops”) at which new or contentious issues

can be extensively discussed by anyone with an interest in

that topic (“Stakeholders”).

Commercial Paper Sessions

These are presentations of Technical or/and Scientific Papers

judged by reviewers and the International Programme

Committee to be near-market rather than pre-market, or

where authors have specifically requested the specialised

Theatre venue in the Exhibition. Commercial Papers describe

an activity aimed at generating or improving a specific

product, device or idea for the market. Papers will be

assembled around similar themes and presented in groups

with a moderator.

Project Dissemination Sessions

These are Special Interest Session proposals which the

Programme Committee considered had significant emphasis

on presentation of results from one or more important projects.

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Opening Day of Glasgow 2016

You and your accompanying person(s) are cordially invited to attend the

Opening Ceremony of Glasgow 2016 on Monday 6 June 2016.

16:00-16:40 (Lomond)

Master of Ceremonies:

Ms Melinda Crane

Invited Speakers:

Cees de Wijs, Chairman Supervisory Board,

ERTICO - ITS Europe

Depute Lord Provost, Bailie Gerry Leonard,

Glasgow City Council

Humza Yousaf, Minister for Transport and

Islands, Scotland

John Parkinson, Director of Motoring, Freight

and London, Department for Transport, United

Kingdom

Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Transport,

European Commission

Monday 6 June

PLENARY EXECUTIVE

The Opening Ceremony will close with traditional Scottish entertainment

and will be followed by a Keynote speech by David Spencer, Managing

Director, Amey.

Plenary Session 1: The deployment of connected and automated mobility

16:40-17:45 (Lomond)

SPECIAL

INTEREST

Much of the technology needed to deploy connected and highly automated

vehicles is available and progress is being made slowly on issues of liability,

regulation, licensing, standards etc. The drive for autonomy appears to be technology

driven rather than a ‘pull’ from end-users, who will eventually have to

pay for such technology as consumers. In the case of highly automated vehicles

we do not yet know enough about the Human Factors elements, and for both

approaches it is still not clear who will pay for the supporting infrastructure. The

benefits and costs often sit in different places and there are still silos between

road operators, service providers and automotive manufacturers that need to

be overcome. The key question is still “who will buy this and why?” and it is far

easier to answer for connected mobility because these services offer easier sales

to users as they make driving easier and capture benefits quickly and unambiguously.

For the highly automated case many believe that the early wins will be

in the freight sector as there is a real business model with costs and benefits

resting in the same place.

This Plenary will try to answer the question “do end users want automation

and will they pay for it?”

The Opening Day will finish with the Best Paper Awards and the Official Exhibition

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Following this, you are cordially invited to the

Welcome Civic Reception in the Exhibition Hall.

Master of Ceremonies

Ms Melinda Crane

Invited Speakers:

Magda Kopczynska, Director, Innovative &

Sustainable Mobility, DG MOVE, European

Commission

Jacob Bansgaard, Director General, FIA

Morten Kabell, Mayor of Technical and

Environmental Affairs, City of Copenhagen,

Denmark

Erik Jonnaert, Secretary General, ACEA

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Tuesday 7 June

Thursday 9 June

Plenary Session 2: The challenges of creating a truly digital city

The UN is forecasting that by about 2050 nearly 60% of the world’s population

will be urban dwellers. Such high level of urbanisation comes with a series of

societal challenges; for example urban areas are already responsible for 70% of

greenhouse gas emissions. For cities to be successful they will need to provide

their citizens with mobility, safety, security, a good quality of life and environmental

sustainability. Smart mobility requires balancing demand and supply for

transport services. Information and communication technologies (ICT) will play

a leading role in delivering such quality services to citizens. Meeting these challenges

will only be possible if physical systems can be closely interlinked with

digital infrastructures to deliver such services. Open platforms will be essential

to ensure interoperability among different service providers.

This Plenary will explore what we are able to do now and how close we are to

meeting the challenges of building a truly smart city.

Closing Day of Glasgow 2016

Master of Ceremony:

Ms Melinda Crane

09:00-10:30 (Lomond)

Invited Speakers:

Representative from DG CONNECT, European

Commission

Toby Hiles, Transport Systems Catapult, United

Kingdom

Representative from Mobile Network

Operator

Martin Howell, Director External Affairs, Cubic

Transportation Systems, United Kingdom

Catherine Trautmann, Vice-President,

Eurométropole de Strasbourg, European

Coordinator for the TEN-T North Sea-Baltic

Corridor, France

You and your accompanying person(s) are cordially invited to attend the Closing Day of Glasgow 2016 on Thursday 9 June 2016.

Plenary Session 3: Mobility as a Service for growing cities and regions

Nearly three-quarters of Europeans live in cities or urban areas and this proportion

is predicted to grow throughout the next 30 years. Residents need housing,

food and other essentials for living, and mobility for work, shopping and leisure.

Equally ‘satellite’ towns and villages share an ecosystem with such cities.

They depend on the cities for essential services while providing manpower and

resources. Within cities, installing new infrastructure is slow, expensive, and

demanding of space. We need a transformation of urban transport within the

cities as well as their links to neighbouring regions in order to deliver mobility

that is environmentally, economically and socially sustainable. Many cities aim

to reduce their dependence on the private car by making collective transport

such as metros, buses and trams more attractive. This needs ITS and associated

technologies to help bundle different modes for “Mobility as a Service” and

support shared mode thinking. Societal and fiscal policy incentives are needed

to influence travel habits, as well as innovative city-business partnerships to drive

the provision of next generation transport.

In this Plenary we will hear from cities that are successful in evolving as well as

those that are in transition, and explore what is needed so that effective, sustainable

solutions can “go viral”.

11:00-12:00 (Lomond)

Master of Ceremonies:

David Begg, Transport Times, United Kingdom

Invited Speakers:

Claire Depré, Head of Unit, DG MOVE, European

Commission

Eric Stewart, Assistant Chief Executive

Operations, SPT, United Kingdom

George Gillespie, Assistant Director, Land and

Environmental Services, Glasgow City Council,

United Kingdom

Representative from the MaaS Alliance

Representative from ScotRail, Abellio, United

Kingdom

Congress Conclusion Session 12:00-12:10

This session will summarise the key moments that made the 11th European Congress on ITS unique! The Congress conclusions based

on inputs prepared by a team of Rapporteurs will be presented by Professor Eric Sampson, Chief Rapporteur.

Closing Ceremony 12:10-12:45

The Closing Ceremony will include among others: official closing speeches; a keynote by Steve Gooding, Director RAC Foundation;

the Glasgow 2016 highlights video; best session awards; a video presentation and invitation to the 12th European Congress on ITS

(Strasbourg 2017).

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SESSIONS

ES01 - Delivering integrated mobility – will it disrupt traditional business models and change roles?

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

Most ITS solutions, including services such as shared rides, car share schemes,

city bikes etc focus on a single aspect of mobility and successfully deliver niche

benefits. However the return on investment and delivery of intelligent mobility

on a community wide scale are much improved with joined up services operating

within a suite of ITS solutions and offering users a range of choices. The

communications, information and payment technologies to support this are

readily available. The difficult steps are that integration of different transport

services is needed, new cooperation models are required, which could have an

impact on legal and regulatory issues, and the roles of the different stakeholders

need to change. The Mobility Sector needs to adapt to meet the needs and

wishes of the end users; the Public Sector needs to adapt to the emergence of

the Internet of Things, new uses for social media and rapidly changing accessibility

to open information. The key questions are how to evolve? And are the

stakeholders prepared to change?

ES02 - Follow up ITS Bordeaux 2015 - COP21 what’s next

11:00 - 12:30 (Lomond)

Keynote Speaker

Young-Jun Moon, Chief Director, National

Transport Technology R&D Center The Korea

Transport Institute (KOTI), Korea

Moderator

Richard Harris, Director Communications and

Marketing, International Transportation and

Government, Xerox, United Kingdom

Speakers

Jens Otto Størup, CEO, Nordjyllands Trafikselskab

-NT, Denmark; Sampo Hietanen, CEO, MaaS

Finland, Finland; Ben Plowden, Director Surface

Strategy and Planning, Transport for London,

United Kingdom; Chloé Spano, Sr. International

Business Manager, Cityway, France; Magda

Kopczynska, Director Innovative and Sustainable

Mobility, European Commission, DG MOVE

Tuesday 7 June

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INTEREST

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 14:00 - 15:30 (Alsh 1)

We need to tackle global warming head-on with growing urgency; ITS solutions

offer scalable and adaptable solutions that can yield almost immediate

results, and should be considered a crucial weapon in the fight against climate

change. They need to be more widely deployed, and we are fully committed to

helping that become a reality. We are not starting from scratch. Real paradigm

changes have already taken place. For example, the use of CO2 emissions as a

key performance indicator for mobility is a recent development that denotes a

clear change of attitude. This wealth of experience means that the conditions

for success in ITS projects have been observed and documented. They are in

particular, strong involvement of local public authorities, in the form of a clear

mobility policy, intermodality, and the inclusion of all modes in thinking changes

and transport seamlessly Speakers’ topics will be example-based and drawn

from subjects such as better driving styles, more efficient routeing and journey

planning, more efficient network management, more integrated mobility combining

green(er) technologies with new services, mode shift, both for travellers

and freight, better policy monitoring and predictive management.

ES03 - Exploiting the deployment opportunities for highly automated vehicles

Moderator

Louis Fernique, Head of the ITS Task Force

Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development &

Energy, France

Speakers

Matilda Gustafsson, Sustainability Director,

Ericsson, Sweden

Steffen Rasmussen, Head of Department, Traffic

Design, City of Copenhagen, Denmark

Erik Jonnaert, Secretary General, ACEA

Jean Bergounioux, General Delegate, ATEC ITS-

France, France

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 16:00 - 17:30 (Alsh 1)

Highly or fully automated driving will contribute to the enhancement of traffic

safety by reducing the driver‘s workload, and minimising errors and incidents

due to driver distraction or reduced vigilance. For both passenger and goods

traffic congestion will be reduced by optimising driving styles, minimising speed

variations and avoiding “stop and go”. This in turn will reduce vehicle emissions

and fuel consumption with a positive impact on the environment. At the same

time highly or fully automated driving represents a critical testing ground for

the ability of the European industry to preserve or consolidate its global leadership.

Nevertheless there are still many technology challenges and open questions

before full deployment in European cities or motorways such as security and reliability;

regulatory and standards frameworks; digital infrastructure particularly

telecoms; user acceptance; driver behaviour; and diffusion of automation into

all modes of traffic. The likelihood of a long transition period where both classical

and vehicles automated at different levels will be present also raises some

critical issues. Finally with different demonstration activities in different Member

States and under different conditions compatibility, interoperability and EU-wide

legal and liability issues need to be addressed.

Keynote Speaker

Clara de la Torre, Transport Director, DG

Research & Innovation, European Commission

Moderator

Margriet van Schijndel-de Nooij, Account

manager, TNO, the Netherlands

Speakers

Marjolijn Sonnema, Director General

for Mobility, Ministry of Infrastructure and

Environment, the Netherlands; Ralf Lenninger,

SVP Strategy and Innovations, Continental,

Germany; Angelos Amditis, Research Director,

ICCS, Greece; Christian Rousseau,Executive

Expert Leader, Renault Group, France; Phil

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ES04 - Getting a European pay-off from connectivity

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Alsh 1)

Connected vehicle systems for both passengers and goods were researched

across Europe and have been trialled in real-world conditions. As a result of these

initiatives we are developing our knowledge of the most appropriate services

to use for any particular application (vehicle–vehicle, or vehicle–infrastructure);

we have a much better understanding of the different human factors involved;

and we are clearer on many of the organisational, institutional and regulatory

issues. However we are still not clear on the business models that will bring these

exciting services to the market. The publication early in 2016 of the Commission

Communication on Cooperative ITS has brought many of these issues into

a sharper focus. Are we going to be ready to act when it becomes necessary?

Keynote Speaker

Susan Harris, CEO, ITS Australia, Australia

Moderators

Margriet van Schijndel-de Nooij, Account

manager, TNO, the Netherlands

Speakers

Claire Depré, Head of Unit, DG MOVE, European

Commission

Klaus Schierhackl, CEO, ASFINAG, Austria

Representative from City of Strasbourg, France

Martin Russ, Managing Director, AustriaTech,

Austria

Marie-Christine Esposito, International Affairs

and ITS Officer, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable

Development and Energy, France

ES05 - Down to earth uses of space

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies 11:00 - 12:30 (Alsh 1)

We are familiar with the use of satellites for accurate positioning but other

aspects of space technologies are now becoming affordable. Telecommunications

using a mix of terrestrial and satellite connectivity can support service

continuity in sparsely populated and remote areas. A fusion of earth observation

and terrestrial sensor data can deliver a comprehensive picture about transport

conditions (e.g network usage, traffic flows) and environmental impacts (e.g

emissions monitoring). These innovations offer great benefit to countries, like

Scotland, having rural communities in remote areas.

Moderator

Roger Pagny, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable

Development and Energy, France

Speakers

Philippe Jean, Head of Unit, DG GROW,

European Commission

Representative from INMARSAT

Fiammetta Diani, Deputy Head of Market

Development, GSA

Paul Febvre, Chief Technology Officer, Satellite

Applications Catapult Ltd., United Kingdom

Jeffrey White, Director & Assistant General

Counsel,Intelsat, United Kingdom

ES06 - Asset management and ITS: essential services for rural communities (Host Session)

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 11:00 - 12:30 (Alsh 2)

ITS helps us maximise both the efficiency and the effectiveness of our transport

infrastructures – not just in operational terms but also in monitoring the

asset itself. Often the road infrastructure is the most valuable asset owned by

the public sector in a country. The significant levels of funding needed for the

management of this asset are under continuous scrutiny, with increasing pressure

from government and the public for transparency, accountability and more

efficient use of the limited resources available. Asset management is also key to

informing and planning of essential maintenance and this becomes even more

important when the road network is the only means for access to communities.

ITS and asset management is a vital discipline and this session will explore and

explain its increasingly important role.

Moderator

Hugh Gillies, Director of Trunk Road and Bus

Operations, Transport Scotland, United Kingdom

Speakers

Andrew Davidson, National Operations

Manager: Systems and Impacts, Transport

Scotland, United Kingdom

Angela Owen, Head of Asset Management,

Transport Scotland, United Kingdom

Jaakko Ylinampa, Director, Liikennevirasto

(Finnish Transport Agency), Finland

Chris Bax, Managing Director, Cubic

Transportation Systems, United Kingdom

David Tarrant, Managing Director of Highways,

Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom

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ES07 - Maps in the 21st century – where do you think you are going?

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Alsh 1)

Location information plays a key role in enabling connectivity. Commuters expect

that technology will make their life easier and therefore demand access to up-todate

mapping and location services. They want not only products that provide

dynamic traffic information but also information on fuel prices, weather, and

the location of entities relevant to their daily travel such as bus stops, rail station,

airports. In addition, highly automated driving technologies will only be realised

with a highly accurate and up-to-date map that allows a vehicle to accurately

position itself within a lane, and provides context for the road ahead. Access to

this information can provide a safe operating environment for the vehicle user

who can be relieved from some routine driving tasks, such as inching through

traffic or maintaining focus on long drives. Smarter decisions will come as a

result of real-time map technology. We will know where we are going and as a

result of real-time maps, our car will too.

ES08 - Integrating Transport for People and Goods

Moderator

Roger Pagny, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable

Development and Energy, France

Speakers

Tjibbe Gaastra, Senior Director, Head of

GoToMarket, HERE, the Netherlands

Stephen T’Siobbel, Senior Expert on HAD Maps,

Tom Tom, Belgium

Claire Depré, Head of Unit, DG MOVE, European

Commission

Paul Speirs, Managing Director, PTV, United

Kingdom

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 16:00 - 17:30 (Alsh 1)

Our cities are coming under unprecedented pressures. There are strong population

movements away from rural areas but expanding cities to cope is frequently

constrained by geography. Urban areas are currently responsible for almost

70% of greenhouse gas emissions and consume as much as three quarters of

the world’s resources. Rising global populations are set to drive up demand for

resources such as food, water and energy as well as materials such as the rare

metals required by modern technologies. In addition to these strains on existing

infrastructure, tighter financial constraints require cities to make difficult choices

about their future priorities. We need to make systems for urban logistics more

sustainable and we need to ensure that mobility for people and freight transports

in an urban network are no longer considered separately. This session

will explore how we can be more innovative in the development of strategies

for moving both people and goods efficiently, safely, reliably and with minimal

environmental impact.

ES09 - Smart movements

Moderator

Lina Konstantinopoulou, Head of Department,

Transport & Logistics, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Speakers

Klaas Rozema, CTO, Dynniq, the Netherlands

Michael Nielsen, General Secretary, IRU

Kees d’Huy, Managing Director Smart Cities,

TNO, the Netherlands

Paul Zanelli, Chief Technical Officer, Transport

Systems Catapult, United Kingdom

Liam Fassam, Senior Lecturer Supply Chain

Management, University of Northampton, United

Kingdom

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Alsh 1)

The last 5 or so years have seen a Digital Revolution. Ordinary consumer goods

are now instrumented and our vehicles are also data generators. Transport infrastructure

is being equipped with sensors so with the personal intelligent devices

we own that are connected 24/7 everything/everyone can be interconnected.

Consequently everything is “ intelligent” and everything is interacting (especially

in cities).The Digital Revolution has already brought dramatic changes to how

we pay for transport and the types of tickets we can use for journeys – what

will be possible for ‘smart movement’ in 5-10 years’ time transport?

Moderator

Richard Harris, Director Communications and

Marketing, International Transportation and

Government, Xerox, United Kingdom

Speakers

Paul Rose, Technical Director, Amey, United

Kingdom

Wolfgang Hoefs, Head of Sector, DG CONNECT,

European Commission

George Gillespie, Assistant Director, Land and

Environmental Services, Glasgow City Council,

United Kingdom

Michael Gschnitzer, Vice-President of

International Sales, Kapsch, Austria

Lucy Yu, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for

Transport, United Kingdom

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Tuesday 7 June

SIS01 - Mobility as a Service - new business and service approaches

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Boisdale 1)

Mobility as a Service solutions will put users at the heart of the transport network,

offering tailor-made travel services based on preferences. MaaS has the potential

to become the mobility service of choice for future generations. This session will

consider the current status of MaaS and outline plans for deployment from the

key international initiative the Mobility as a Service Alliance. It will also discuss

the industry and city and regional perspectives of MaaS and focus on developments

in Scotland. MaaS will also provide the means to achieve the smarter,

simplified transportation landscape envisioned and expected by future users.

Organiser

Richard Harris, Xerox, United Kingdom

Moderator

Jacob Bangsgaard, Fédération Internationale de

l’Automobile - FIA

Speakers

Jonna Pöllänen, MaaS Finland Oy, Finland

Rasmus Lindholm, ERTICO - ITS Europe

John Murray, Scottish Enterprise, United

Kingdom

George Hazel, George Hazel Consultancy Ltd,

United Kingdom

Geraldine Lievre, Xerox, France

Robert Sykora, Siemens AG, Germany

SIS02 - 4G (LTE) and the ITS road towards 5G

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Boisdale 2)

For the first time in history, cellular networks may get services that are specifically

designed for ITS applications. This is enabled by features that are currently

being developed, including network slicing, broadcasting and Device-to-Device

communication, together with further performance improvements over

the existing LTE networks. A good understanding and alignment between the

traffic, automotive and telecom industries is crucial for the proper development

and specification of these features. This SIS aims to contribute to this process.

Speakers from these industries will address the needs and challenges and give

an update on LTE/5G developments that are relevant to ITS.

SIS03 - Gearing up for C-ITS deployment

Organiser

Sander Maas, Ericsson, The Netherlands

Moderator

Olle Isaksson, Ericsson, Sweden

Speakers

Marcel Otto, Ministry of Infrastructure and the

Environment, The Netherlands

Stefano Sorrentino, Ericsson Research, Sweden

Alain Servel, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

Bernadette Villeforceix, Orange, France

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

11:00 - 12:30 (Leven)

The roll out of Cooperative ITS in Europe is accelerating. Cross-sector cooperation

on European scale is essential for harmonised and coherent deployment on several

locations and corridors. Based on the C-ITS Platform Final Report, the European

Commission will present the shared vision and roadmap for C-ITS deployment in

Europe in the first half of 2016. The Amsterdam Group facilitates cooperation

between infrastructure organisations and automotive industry for corridor-based

harmonised deployment of C-ITS services. In doing so, it promotes interoperable

deployment and provides an essential cooperation element among implementers

which complements the C-ITS Platform. In this session, European Commission and

Amsterdam Group will provide their view on the status of overarching open issues

which are crucial to ensure interoperability. Representatives from C-ITS deployment

initiatives all over Europe (e.g. United Kingdom, France, Czech Republic, Austria,

Germany, Netherlands, Nordic countries) will briefly present the current status of

their initiatives, lessons learned from deployment preparation and future plans.

The representatives will continue to share experience and knowledge in a subsequent

Q&A slot. The Corridor pitch concept was successfully run at ITS World

Congress 2015. It complements the CODECS-proposed panel discussion on transition

challenges towards C-ITS and automated driving.

Organiser

Maarten Amelink, Arcadis, The Netherlands

Moderator

Torsten Geissler, Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen

BASt, Germany

Speakers

Marko Jandrisits, ASFINAG, Austria

Niels Peter Sov Andersen, Car 2 Car

Communication Consortium, Denmark

Claire Depré, European Commission, DG MOVE

Torsten Geissler, BAST, Germany

Risto Kulmala, Finnish Transport Agency - FTA,

Finland

Marie-Christine Esposito, Ministry of Ecology,

Sustainable Development and Energy, France

Graham Hanson, Department for Transport - DfT,

United Kingdom

Martin Pichl, Ministry of Transport, Czech

Republic

Tamás Attila Tomaschek, Hungarian Public Road

Non-profit PLC, Hungary

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SIS04 - Cities go for Smart Mobility now

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 11:00 - 12:30 (Carron 2)

Urban authorities have to deal with, by everybody well-known, major challenges

within the next decades. Industry tries to push their new mobility products and

solutions which promise to be the answer to these challenges, but seems to be

hampered by missing regulations, unclear allocation of responsibilities, unknown

markets, lacking public investments and missing visions on future cities. This

session discusses visions and innovative solutions (e.g. mobility pricing, autonomous

vehicles on demand, mobility as a service, zero-emission urban logistics

etc.) that anticipate the challenges of cities and address the needs of citizens,

visitors and businesses. Which visions about future cities do urban authorities

have? What has to be done to start the transformation into future cities? Which

barriers have to be removed? How could the partnership between authorities,

public transport and industry look like to make the future reality? Which are the

main business models which enable the transformation? It is expected to have

a lively discussion between city authorities, industry, transportation and logistics

experts and the audience on how mobility in a future city will look like and

what exactly will need to be delivered to enable this vision.

SIS05 - Parking - space for improvement

Organisers

Cornelie van Driel, Rapp Trans (DE) AG,

Germany

Robert Yen, Rapp Trans (DE) AG, Germany

Moderator

Robert Yen, Rapp Trans (DE) AG, Germany

Speakers

Sami Sahala, City of Helsinki, Finland

Marcel Meeuwissen, City of Enschede, The

Netherlands

Damien Declerq, Local Motors, Germany

Cornelie van Driel, Rapp Trans (DE) AG,

Germany

Johannes, Springer, T-Systems International

GmbH, Germany

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 11:00 - 12:30 (Dochart 2)

Up to 30% of traffic in cities is caused by drivers looking for parking, especially

where on-street parking is free and off-street parking is unavailable or very expensive.

Parking advances in recent years are already changing the expectations of

drivers and those living and working in our cities. From smart payment systems,

more efficient operations, useful current information and guidance to suitable

parking areas, through data analytics and dynamic pricing - there is no doubt

that parking is a major influence when it comes to making cities more liveable

and supporting authorities achieve their policy objectives.

Organiser

Richard Harris, Xerox, United Kingdom

Moderator

Andy Graham, White Willow Consulting, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Anthony Ferguson, Department for Transport -

DfT, United Kingdom

Kieran Fitsall, City of Westminster, United

Kingdom

David Jones, Xerox, United Kingdom

Gordon Wright, Aberdeen City Council, United

Kingdom

Robert De Beukalaer, Agendum, The

Netherlands

SIS06 - Galileo GNSS applications developing market opportunities for ITS solutions

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

The Galileo E-GNSS is expected to create many new market opportunities in

many domains including industry and services. Precise positioning, being one

asset of the Galileo GNSS, has already enabled precise autonomous driving and

piloting of farming machine, increasing significantly yields. The European Galileo

GNSS will create numerous new opportunities for ITS applications: easing

deployment of autonomous driving through precise positioning or tracking

dangerous or expensive goods with reliable and safe positioning services. The

session will present the outcome of the JUPITER support actions, financed by

the GSA (European GNSS Agency) showing different E-GNSS based applications

from SME or local authority explaining the E-GNNS differentiators. The session

will also provide an introduction to the expected cost benefit of E-GNSS based

application as well as the best practices, which are critical to foster the development

of new E-GNSS market opportunities for Intelligent transport systems.

11:00 - 12:30 (Morar)

Organiser

François Fischer, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

François Fischer, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Anne Le Calve, Capital High Tech, France

Gianluca Marucco, Institute Superiore

Mario Boella, Italy

Hanna-Kaisa Saari, Aerospace Valley, France

Zoltan Horvath, Ministry of Transport,

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SIS07 - Next steps towards a mobility marketplace in Europe

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Boisdale 1)

With both online mobility services and sources of open transport data exploding,

the mind set of service providers and end users alike is changing. However,

mobility services being provided in a very fragmented way, there is a clear need

for a European mobility marketplace where providers, operators and users can

exchange data and third-party services. Existing initiatives and commercial solutions

representatives, public authorities, vehicle manufacturers and content

providers will debate the requirements to move from design to operation of a

mobility marketplace in Europe.

Organiser

Julie Castermans, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Michael Sena, Allian, Sweden

Speakers

Robbin Blokpoel, Dynniq, The Netherlands

Richard Harris, Xerox, United Kingdom

Hossein Zakizadeh, Volvo, Sweden

Irfan Shaffi, Transport for London - TfL, United

Kingdom

Isabelle Vandoorne, European Commission, DG

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SIS08 - Advancing methods in simulation of ITS applications

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Boisdale 2)

This SIS aims to provide the opportunity to researcher, industry and practitioner

to present and discuss recent advancement and applications of new methods for

transport simulation including novel ITS applications, simulation of autonomous

systems, shared spaces, as well as new techniques/methods for more collaborative,

faster and detailed transport simulations, helping make better decisions on

responding to known and unknown network events. The objective is to identify

how the new generation of simulation models can help to safely develop

emerging technologies and services for a wide variety of scenarios (including

Virtual-Reality) of ITS applications and behavioural aspect of transportation

actors. In the last decade new technologies and ITS systems have evolved at an

ever faster rate and in most cases the simulation capabilities and techniques

have not been able to follow this trend, hence there is a lack of research and

standardisation on advanced methods of transport systems simulation, making

difficult to assess advantages and disadvantages and compare them within the

traditional modelling framework. This SIS is expected to stimulate discussion on

the way forward of traffic simulation and identify the future challenges that the

field of ITS innovation and autonomous systems simulation will have to address.

Organiser

Fabio Galatioto, Transport Systems Catapult,

United Kingdom

Moderator

Robin North, Transport Systems Catapult, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Richard Bradley, Atkins, United Kingdom

Devrim Kara, PTV Group, Germany

Paul Goodman, Newcastle University, United

Kingdom

Richard Tusting, Transport Systems Catapult,

United Kingdom

Silvia Varotto, TU Delft, The Netherlands

Paolo Rinelli, TSS-Transport Simulation Systems,

Spain

SIS09 - Connected roads: the cyber security challenges of connecting vehicles to infrastructure

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

14:00 - 15:30 (Leven)

Cyber security has long been an important part of ITS implementation and a

considerable body of expertise has built up as a result. Over recent years, the

increased activity in the areas of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs)

has created a specialist security field which is crucial for the safe and beneficial

implementation of CAVs and which changes almost daily as the result of

research and trials. Many CAV cyber security issues are common to other areas

of ITS, some are not. It is essential that they are all addressed continuously. This

session will capture a snapshot of knowledge and best practice, and look ahead

to what challenges are coming over the horizon in this field. This session will

NOT be a 90 minute set of individual presentations with Powerpoint slides. The

panellists and moderator will introduce themselves and give brief descriptions of

their relevant experience and knowledge. The moderator will then lead an hour

long open discussion involving the panellists and audience, aimed at establishing

what the whole room thinks is best practice in this area, what are the strengths

in Europe in this area, and what are the challenges and how to overcome them.

Organisers

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Anna Bonne, IET, United Kingdom

Moderator

Anna Bonne, IET, United Kingdom

Speakers

Frans op de Beek, Rijkswaterstaat, The

Netherlands

Peter Vermaat, Transport Research Laboratory -

TRL, United Kingdom

Franck Marescal, French Gendarmerie, France

Gerhard Menzel, European Commission,

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SIS10 - Benefits to passenger and freight transport through applying ITS to ferries and ports

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods

ITS in ferries and ports has delivered notable return on investment and future

investment protection to ferry operators, freight operators, ports, and road

network operators, while also improving the multi-modal journey experience

for the passenger. The session explores the successes achieved in deploying ITS

solutions in the ferries and ports maritime sector, highlights the lessons learned,

and identifies the keys to success for future projects. Scotland and Glasgow are

representative of several European countries and cities in terms of its economically

vital island communities generating the need for highly integrated rural,

inter-urban, and urban multi-modal transport for freight and passengers.

SIS11 - Urban ITS - the need for mobility standards in Smart Cities

12:45-15:45 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

Neal Skelton, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Neal Skelton, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Jonathan Green, Red Funnel, United Kingdom

Guy Platten, UK Chamber of Shipping, United

Kingdom

Gary Umpleby, Hogia Transport Systems Ltd,

United Kingdom

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 14:00 - 15:30 (Dochart 2)

Cities are home to over 70% of the EU population and account for some 85%

of the Union's GDP. Most journeys begin and end in cities. In many urban areas,

however, increasing demand for urban mobility has created a situation that is

not sustainable: severe congestion, poor air quality, noise emissions and high

levels of CO2 emissions. Authorities around the world are looking at Smart Cities

to alleviate the problems. The EC has studied means to reduce the negative

impacts from transport on cities over a number of years, and has concluded

that standards are needed in three areas: traffic management, urban logistics,

and multimodal information services. The European ITS standards committee

(CEN TC278) on the request of the EC, launched a Urban ITS pre-study team

(PT1701) which already finished the report. This SIS will introduce the evolution

of this field in USA and Europe, and discuss how everyone from the mega-cities

down to urban sprawls can benefit from mobility standards, and what the

next steps are likely to be.

SIS12 - Freedom to roam: towards MaaS without frontiers?

Organiser

Knut Evensen, Q-Free, Norway

Moderator

Lex Eggink, Rijkswaterstaat, The Netherlands

Speakers

Robert Williams, CSI, United Kingdom

Wolfgang Hoefs, European Commission, DG

CONNECT

Suzanne Sloan, U.S. Department of

Transportation, United States

Knut Evensen, Q-Free, Norway

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Boisdale 1)

Individual MaaS schemes are beginning to emerge across Europe. But how compatible

will they be in practice, and does it matter? Will users attracted by the

convenience, quality and value of their local MaaS service expect to enjoy the

same access to MaaS services when they travel away from home? What are the

policy, commercial and technical issues to be solved before Europe can build a

true single market in MaaS services? In this panel session a mix of committed

and intending MaaS practitioners will debate the need for a single market for

MaaS providers and their transport and mobility suppliers, and for MaaS customers.

To conclude, the panel will recommend the practical steps needed to

create a European MaaS market as borderless for business and as seamless for

customers as we’re used to for mobile communications and Internet.

Organiser

Paul Kompfner, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Paul Kompfner, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Jacob Bangsgaard, Fédération Internationale de

l'Automobile - FIA

Steve Cassidy, Viaqqio, United Kingdom

Frédéric Roulland, Xerox Research Centre

Europe – XRCE, France

Ali Clabburn, Liftshare, United Kingdom

Tim Wouda, Ericsson, The Netherlands

Anette Enemark, Movia Trafik Copenhagen,

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SIS13 - Improving road safety, efficiency and sustainability in Europe

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Boisdale 2)

The Co-operative Intelligent Transport System (C-ITS) is seen as a key enabler for

the future of mobility. It is aiming to bring new innovative solutions and services

to markets and to meet safety and sustainability targets set by the European Commission.

This session clarifies how industry is bringing safety related messages to

all road users, self-driving and existing cars as well as to pedestrians and cyclists.

Information like if there is an obstacle on the road, or an accident or an animal on

the road is crucial for all road users. New innovations like time to green in traffic

lights will contribute directly to fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Based on

early studies, savings could be as high as 10 - 15%. There is an urgent need to

bringing these new and innovative services to citizens as fast as possible, which

can be done by leveraging on existing technologies. Current technology allows

start now, achieve significant benefit within reasonable time and with moderate

investments. For this, leveraging existing telecom networks and focusing on enabling

interoperability among diverse technical approaches are imperative.

Organiser

Mika Rytkönen, HERE, Germany

Moderator

Mika Rytkönen, HERE, Germany

Speakers

Mika Rytkönen, HERE, Germany

Ilkka Kotilainen, Finnish Transport Agency - FTA,

Finland

Caspar De Jonge, Ministry of Infrastructure and

the Environment, The Netherlands

Gerhard Stanzl, Audi, Germany

Hossein Zakizadeh, Volvo Trucks, Sweden

SIS14 - Parking in the digital era

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

16:00 - 17:30 (Leven)

The parking sector is progressively digitised. Permits, payments, and enforcement

are managed in a digital environment. Customer care (such as information about

availability, routing, electronic post-payment based upon actual parked time etc.)

is handled through practical apps. New digital service providers enter the market

to broker between offer and demand and in some EU countries standardized

parking data-warehouses are established. Local authorities in charge of parking

management and parking operators need to make hard choices about which

technologies to choose. The digital parking environment generates substantial

amounts of data. This data is currently un- or under-used. Urban parking professionals

also don't see direct progress materialise with regards to unlocking the

potential of this data. This special interest session, proposed by the European

Parking Association and Polis, will cover three aspects: London as a case study:

technology options for digital parking; first insights from the EPA task force on

Digital Service Providers for parking; and conclusions from the EPA-Polis study

on the use of parking data.

Organiser

Ivo Cré, Polis, Belgium

Moderator

Ivo Cré, Polis, Belgium

Speakers

Monica Giannini, IRU Projects, Belgium

Laurence Bannerman, European Parking

Association - EPA, Italy

Peter Martens, Q-Park Holding Office, The

Netherlands

Nigel Williams, Parking Matters, United

Kingdom

SIS15 - From innovation to large scale deployment of mobility services in cities

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 16:00 - 17:30 (Carron 2)

Innovative mobility services have been developed and deployed, however they

suffer from fragmentation and until recently there is little evidence of replication

or possibilities for the integration of mobility apps from one city to another

unless a city engages in a specific action to do this. The link between in-car systems

and smart phones is not developed to the degree where mobility services

could support an effective integration of connected vehicles into urban transport

systems. In contrast to this scenario there is a growing convergence of interests

between cities, the industry and citizens to deploy high quality multimodal information

services, including real-time urban carpooling, fully integrated with in

car systems. This session will explore the benefits of a large partnership where

European stakeholders cooperate to push demand for integrated innovations

and further deployments fostering the incorporation of connected vehicles into

urban mobility systems.

Organiser

Manuela Flachi, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Patrick Mercier-Handisyde, European

Commission, DG Research & Innovation

Speakers

Jean Coldefy, Grand Lyon City Council, France

Steve George, Birmingham City Council, United

Kingdom

Christine Tissot, Renault, France

Lars Deiterding, Hacon, Germany

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SIS16 - Challenges in measuring CO2 reduction benefits from ITS

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 16:00 - 17:30 (Dochart 2)

Intelligent Transport Systems for road transport, whether in-vehicle, infrastructure

or cloud-based, are recognised as having a potential to reduce the environmental

footprint of this mode. Many on-road trials as well as simulator and modelling

studies have produced encouraging results. However these benefits are very difficult

to quantify and to scale up. Furthermore, there is no consensus on how to

measure the combined effects of several ITS applications working together. This

session will focus on reducing emissions from road vehicles per kilometre, not

reducing traffic or demand (e.g. by pricing, modal shift or demand management),

as that is a major topic in itself. This session will constitute short presentations

and a panel discussion featuring practitioners with experience of analysing trial/

implementation data and effects, scaling up and drawing conclusions. It is based

on the results of several research and demonstration projects in this domain

and the challenges of comparing the outcomes and implications of each. It will

discuss whether and how best practice guidelines can be developed to ensure

better data comparability and robustness of conclusions drawn from results.

SIS17 - Paying for mobility

Organiser

Andrew Winder, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Andrew Winder, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Petr Dolejsi, European Automobile

Manufacturers' Association - ACEA

Jean-Charles Pandazis, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Andrew Winder, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Rene Kelpin, German Aerospace Center - DLR,

Germany

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Boisdale 1)

There are ever increasing ways that end users are now able to pay for their

mobility services. From traditional cash, through smart cards, credit cards, bank

cards, mobile phone to new subscription services based on single accounts or

monthly entitlements. The arrival of both Mobility as a Service and connected

vehicles will open up new opportunities and challenges for users and suppliers

to deal with transactions. This session will consider the impacts of these payment

options and how users will pay for mobility services in the future and the

impacts this will have on all stakeholders.

Organiser

Richard Harris, Xerox, United Kingdom

Moderator

George Hazel, George Hazel Consultancy Ltd,

United Kingdom

Speakers

Geraldine Lievre, Xerox, France

George Gillespie, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Paul Kompfner, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Josef Czako, Moving Forward Consulting Ltd.,

Germany

SIS18 - Data-driven: leveraging highly granular floating car data to improve motorway safety

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Boisdale 2)

ITS applications can have measurable impacts on agencies’ abilities to improve

traveller safety. Through collecting real-time floating car data, enhanced with

sensor data from vehicles on atmospheric conditions, agencies are better able

to detect back-of-queue lengths, locations and incidents within their networks.

Also, by giving travellers hyper-local, timely information they can avoid dangerous

conditions. Through advances in the collection and analysis of big data,

transport agencies can better manage resources, e.g. emergency response, maintenance,

as well as enable new technologies, e.g. variable speed limits and

traffic applications, to keep drivers safer and help navigate around dangerous

road conditions and incidents.

Organiser

Pamela Oldfield, INRIX, United Kingdom

Moderator

Rick Shuman, INRIX, United States

Speakers

Darcy Bullock, Purdue University, United States

Phillip Proctor, Highways England, United

Kingdom

Olaf Vroom, National Data Warehouse for Traffic

Information, The Netherlands

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SIS19 - C-ITS corridor - preparing real life deployment

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

The Cooperative ITS Corridor from Rotterdam (NED) via Frankfurt/M (GER) to

Vienna (AUT), initiated by the Ministries of Transport in the three countries is

the first initiative to deploy C-ITS in a fully operational environment. This session

will include a short introduction to the C-ITS Corridor, major lessons learned

and the status of the individual projects today, as well as more specific presentations

regarding IT security, testing, conformance/compliance assessment and

Operational Handbook. This session is also set up to complement the picture of

pan-European C-ITS deployment as painted in the sessions of the Amsterdam

Group and the CODECS project.

Organiser

Andreas Kreutzer, K&S GmbH

Projektmanagement, Germany

09:00 - 10:30 (Leven)

Moderator

Torsten Geissler, Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen

BASt, Germany

Speakers

Markus Ullmann, Federal Office for Information

Security, Germany

Helge Molin, Federal Ministry for Transport,

Technology and Innovation, Austria

Frans op de Beek, Rijkswaterstaat, The

Netherlands

Carsten Kühnel, Hessen Mobil - Road and Traffic

Management, Germany

Manfred Harrer, ASFINAG, Austria

Maria Alfayate, European Commission, DG

MOVE

SIS20 - Ensuring the long term viability of ITS decision-support tools

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 09:00 - 10:30 (Carron 2)

This session will report the state-of-the-art of existing decision-support tools

and platforms for cooperation. Based on the ongoing initiative for creating an

ITS Observatory, a one-stop resource for information on Intelligent Transport

Systems, this session will focus on the crucial aspects of ensuring the long term

viability of database platforms and encouraging the continuous update of the

information. How to collect the information and make it useful? How can we

guarantee the usability of online decision-support tools? The session will look

at success factors, obstacles and challenges, and will aim to define guidelines

for creating efficient and sustainable knowledge resources.

Organiser

Svetlana Popova, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Phil Blythe, Newcastle University, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Martin Boehm, Austriatech, Austria

Gert Blom, City of Helmond, The Netherlands

Alessandro Javicoli, SINA, Italy

Fabio Galatioto, Transport Systems Catapult,

United Kingdom

Bipin Radia, European Commission, INEA

Vivian Kiousi, CIVITAS, Belgium

SIS21 - Using ITS to make our cities healthier

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 09:00 - 10:30 (Dochart 2)

This session will provide a snapshot of what is available in ITS today to improve

air quality and reduce noise in cities. It will take a “Smart City” approach to look

at how these ITS technologies can be integrated with others to create a number

of beneficial outcomes including outside air and noise issues. The session will

be properly interactive and the organisers will make particular efforts to ensure

that it is attended by many experts in addition to those on the podium, so that

the resulting record of the discussion will provide a high quality record of the

“state of the art” in this area.

Organiser

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Margaret Bell, Newcastle University, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Drew Hill, Transport Scotland, United Kingdom

Iarla Kilbane-Dawe, Department for Transport -

DfT, United Kingdom

Kevin Mayne, European Cyclists’ Federation,

Belgium

Erik Kanerva, Shareit Bloxcar Oy, Finland

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SIS22 - Robust satellite navigation solutions for enhanced driver assistance applications

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

Cars with basic autonomous capabilities are in showrooms today, whilst some

semi-autonomous cars have already been deployed with early autopilot functions.

Yet ultimately, it is the customers’ acceptance who will determine the success of

autonomous vehicles in the long term and there are two key aspects of great

importance for them: safety and the cost of new technologies. Although vehicle

telematics already provide services with positioning requirements fulfilled by lowcost

GNSS receivers, more complex road and driver assistance applications that

imply high safety levels heavily rely on accurate and high integrity satellite navigation.

In order to keep contained the cost of a final solution, mass-market GNSS

receivers could be used but within a solution involving low-level signal processing

and high-level data fusion with technologies such as computer vision. Alongside

higher safety, such solutions will enable a new generation of enhanced mapping

information based on crowdsourcing. Through a set of presentations, experts from

technological and business organizations will share their experience working with

GNSS, focusing on the challenges and opportunities that still need to come from

the technical and business side. Further discussion with the audience is expected

in order to foster participation of other experts attending the Congress.

SIS23 - Different approaches to a MaaS Business Model

09:00 - 10:30 (Morar)

Organiser

Alberto Fernandez Wyttenbach, European

GNSS Agency - GSA, Czech Republic

Moderator

Fiammetta Diani, European GNSS Agency - GSA,

Czech Republic

Speakers

Oihana Otaegui, Vicomtech-IK4, Spain

Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Riccardo Scopigno, Istituto Superiore Mario

Boella, Italy

Luisa Andreone, Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A.

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MaaS is often understood in different ways, and the existing and planned business

models already vary. Finnish model is based on public sector enabling private

sector to develop and operate multiple MaaS services. Many regions plan procuring

one MaaS service through public tender. Some cities provide access to

private transport with their smartcard. Rotterdam has split their transportation

needs to number of categories which have been procured innovatively. This

session investigates and highlights ups and downs of those business models in

light of different local frameworks. Audience will better understand different

models, and their suitability to one's own local situation.

Organiser

Sami Sahala, City of Helsinki, Finland

Moderator

Paul Kompfner, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Sampo Hietanen, MaaS Finland,

Finland; Aernout van der Bend, De

Verkeersonderneming, The Netherlands; Lucy Yu,

Department for Transport - DfT, United Kingdom;

Minna Kivimäki, Ministry of Transport and

Communications, Finland; Delphine Krieger,

City of Strasbourg, France; Per-Erik Holmberg,

Viktoria Swedish ICT, Sweden

SIS24 - Smart multimodal journey planners and traveller information services for urban mobility

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Boisdale 2)

Multimodality appears as one of the main solutions to the problem of networks’

saturation in urban areas. Smart multimodal journey planners and traveller

information services can help people make more rational itinerary choices, can

contribute to a better allocation of transport demand while offer advantages

to congestion reduction, limitation of emissions and avoidance of unexpected

situations on the road. During this session the current implementations will be

presented and discussed focusing on challenges and issues that need to be studied

in order to address the growing needs of travellers and to result in overall

improved mobility on urban environments.

Organiser

Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Moderator

Panagiotis Lytrivis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Speakers

Marco Boero, SOFTECO, Italy

Sebastiaan Meijer, KTH, Sweden

Silke Cuno, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany

Ignacio Olabarrieta, Tecnalia, Spain

Isabelle Vandoorne, European Commission, DG

MOVE

Filippo Visintainer, Centro Ricerche Fiat

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SIS25 - ITS technology - towards a unified sustainable transport system

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods

Being the world’s largest exporter and having the 14% of its GDP coming from

freight transport activities, EU constitutes a vital space for the circulation of

goods, with significance beyond the interest of its member countries. However

the current EU transport system faces multiple barriers, leading to sub optimal

performance, such as Data fragmentation and lack of integrated application

ecosystems. In this session, cross cutting issues towards an optimal merge of

ITS applications including C-ITS, electro-mobility and automation are discussed

so as to conclude to a uniform architectural vision of a sustainable future proof

transport system for goods and people.

11:00 - 12:30 (Leven)

Organiser

Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Moderator

Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Speakers

Andras Kovaks, BroadBit Energy Technologies

sro., Slovakia

Wout Hofman, TNO, The Netherlands

John Kanellopoulos, Piraeus Container Terminal

- PCT, Greece

Stefano Persi, ENIDE, Spain

Florian Häusler, Fraunhofer Institute for Open

Communication Systems, Germany

Manuel Francisco Martínez Torres,

EUROPLATFORMS EEIG, Spain

SIS26 - Deployment of IT standards in public transport: status and trends

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 11:00 - 12:30 (Carron 2)

Since few years IT standards already exists. Still, Public Transport authorities and

operators continue to struggle with proprietary IT solutions, in a today’s ultra-connected

and demanding environment. Public Transport stakeholders gathered

under the ITxPT association to organize the concrete deployment of existing

standards, not only on next-generation vehicles but also on existing fleets. This

ambitious and necessary initiative will be presented and discussed during this

special round table, giving the opportunity to Public Transport authority, operator,

vehicle manufacturer and IT supplier to present their vision and exchange with

the attendees about the current status and perspective of this paradigm shift.

Organiser

Pauline Bruge, International Association of

Public Transport - UITP

Moderator

Emmanuel de Verdalle, Digimobee, France

Speakers

Simon Reed, Transport for London - TfL, United

Kingdom

Marcel Kroeze, Nobina, Sweden

Dirk Weisser, INIT, Germany

Mohammed Ibrahim, SCANIA, Sweden

SIS27 - Proactive safety: the next step to reducing accidents caused by adverse conditions

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 11:00 - 12:30 (Dochart 2)

With a changing climate producing severe weather, the main obstacle to improving

driver safety is that data does not consistently represent conditions at road

level. Technology exists to help prevent, or at least mitigate the outcomes of

adverse weather. By leveraging high-speed connectivity in vehicles, drivers have

access to hyper-local alerts advising them on dangerous conditions in real-time

– all the while contributing vehicle data to improve road condition weather models.

This session reviews developments in the use of cars’ data in providing road

weather conditions to drivers, including the impact technologies have on municipalities

and governments that manage transport infrastructures.

Organiser

Pamela Oldfield, INRIX, United Kingdom

Moderator

Andy Graham, White Willow Consulting, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Mark Timms, INRIX, United Kingdom

Silviu Homoceanu, Volkswagen, Germany

Kaylash Patel, DataMinr, United Kingdom

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SIS28 - Proactive & demand-responsive transport management using multiple data sources

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Boisdale 1)

The world is getting more and more connected. Things, vehicles, road signs,

traffic lights, manage services etc. are communicating and cooperating. A true

responsive society is not only a society with smart things it is a society where the

infrastructure adapts to the people needs instead of forcing people to adapt to

the infrastructure. Simply put, instead of you catching the bus, the bus should

catch you and so on. This special interest session is focused on discussing and

illustrating how an intelligent transport system is adapted based on the inhabitants

travel demand in the society. The system is typically adapting by letting

the users implicitly impact the infrastructure by their daily routine and patterns.

These patterns are discovered and sliced up in specific contexts using a plurality

of data sources from mobile network data, open data (like weather, special

event, social networks etc.), and domain data (such as number of passengers

on a commuter train or a bus, IoT sensor readings and business specific information).

In this special interest session we have invited thought leaders within

different industries that ought to present a holistic solution, which hopefully

will educate, challenge and inspire you all.

Organiser

Simon Moritz, Ericsson AB, Sweden

Moderator

Andreas Allström, Sweco, Sweden

Speakers

Marcel Kroeze, Nobina, Sweden

David Gundlegård, Linköping University,

Sweden

Simon Moritz, Ericsson AB, Sweden

Thomas Julner,Trafik Stockholm, Sweden

Lee Woodcock, Atkins, United Kingdom

HOST SIS29 - Future City Glasgow - our journey to becoming a World Leading Smart City

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Boisdale 2)

In 2013 Glasgow successfully competed against 29 other United Kingdom cities

for £24m funding to become a ‘Future Cities Demonstrator’ site. In awarding

the grant to Glasgow, the then Technology Strategy Board (now Innovate

United Kingdom) recognised that the city was uniquely placed to build on strong

foundations of community engagement and involvement in developing digital

infrastructure and data initiatives to become a world-leading Smart City. The

resulting Future City Glasgow (FCG) programme ran until late 2015, investigating

the role that technology, data and connected assets play in making city life

smarter, safer and more sustainable.

Organiser

Gary Walker, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Duncan Booker, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Gary Walker, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Jamie Rodden, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Colin Birchenell, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Janette Hughes, Future City Glasgow, United

Kingdom

SIS30 - International analysis of Cooperative-ITS environments: standards and gaps

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

This special interest session will present emerging results of an international

harmonization group that is analysing standards needed for a complete C-ITS

environment. These standards are expected to form the basis for Smart and

Connected Cities; and the foundation for transportation to participate in the

Internet of Things. To identify and describe a complete set is an enormous task,

one that benefits from collaboration of interested Nations and experts. Panel

members will describe efforts, which include harmonization of architectures,

tools for analysis, cataloguing of existing standards, and expert engagement.

Audience members will provide feedback to the team on next steps.

Organiser

Suzanne Sloan, U.S. Department of

Transportation, United States

14:00 - 15:30 (Leven)

Moderator

Wolfgang Hoefs, European Commission, DG

CONNECT

Speakers

Knut Evensen, Q-Free, Norway

Tom Lusco, Iteris, United States

Gianmarco Baldini, EC Joint Research Centre -

JRC, Italy

Suzanne Sloan, U.S. Department of

Transportation, United States

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Wednesday 8 June

SIS31 - Resilience and managing disruption

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 14:00 - 15:30 (Carron 2)

Recent events/incidents have caused significant transport chaos either through

natural phenomenon or intentional disruptions from terrorist related incidents.

The necessity to manage travel demand means that on each occasion that an

event/incident occurs network management organisations need to instigate

Emergency Response actions to minimise the adverse effects on transport networks.

ITS aids the responses and this session will review how organisations have

coped with a diversity of event /incidents including: Forth Road Bridge closure

2015 / extreme weather (English and Scottish floods 2015/16 and Scotland Blizzards

2010), Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014, London Olympic Games

2012 and recent European terrorist attacks/threats.

Organiser

Neal Skelton, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Neal Skelton, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Hugh Gillies, Transport Scotland, United

Kingdom

Andy Waddell, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Graeme Scott, IBI Group, United Kingdom

Representative from Scottish Cities Alliance,

United Kingdom

SIS32 - The ITS for climate platform

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 14:00 - 15:30 (Dochart 2)

ATEC - ITS France and TOPOS Aquitaine have taken the joint initiative to set up

the “ITS for Climate” platform in order to take a stand in favour of using ITS solutions

to work towards a low-carbon, resilient world and to limit global warming

below the 2° target. This initiative was selected by the United Nations as a key

initiative for the transport sector as part of the Lima-Paris Action Agenda (LPAA)

and was presented during the COP21. Its dimension is international and ATEC

- ITS France and TOPOS Aquitaine have recruited a number of international participants

into the platform, including the Smart Environment Interest Group of

ITS (United Kingdom). This session will be hosted by the “ITS for Climate” platform

and will share best practice in using ITS in this area.

SIS33 - ITS connectivity - a future with 5G and satellite technologies

Organiser

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Florence Ghiron, Capital High Tech, France

Speakers

Margaret Bell, Newcastle University,

United Kingdom

Jean Bergounioux, ATEC - ITS France, France

Keith McCabe, KAM Futures, United Kingdom

Florin Nemtanu, Politehnica University of

Bucharest, ITS Romania, Romania

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

14:00 - 15:30 (Morar)

Many ITS services rely on resilient connectivity fabric. The deployment of such ITS

services in countries with extended urban areas, sparsely populated area, large

geographical landmass and extensive road networks poses technological challenge.

In many cases such challenges can only be addressed adequately by combining

terrestrial and space technologies. Vehicular connectivity can be achieved through

satellite using devices no larger than a smart phone and in many cases are not as

expensive. In sparsely populated regions, where investment in terrestrial infrastructure

can be prohibitively costly, satellite communications provides instantaneous

coverage over large geographical footprints. Such connectivity is sufficient for

the deployment of essential ITS services such as emergency calls, fleet management,

remote diagnostics and road tolling. These technologies – in conjunction

with their terrestrial counterparts - not only have the potential to address existing

challenges, but also to unlock new areas of exploitation for ITS services and applications

for the future. With new satellite constellations in the near future, along

with the convergence of terrestrial and satellite technology within the scope of

5G, the provisioning of high bandwidth connectivity on the move – in urban, rural

and wilderness - will become a reality and pave the way for richer ITS services.

Organiser

Ashweeni Beeharee, Satellite Applications

Catapult Ltd, United Kingdom

Moderator

Kieran Arnold, Satellite Applications Catapult

Ltd, United Kingdom

Speakers

Tim Last, Iridium, United Kingdom

Barry Evans, University of Surrey, United

Kingdom

Kieran Arnold, Satellite Applications Catapult,

United Kingdom

Ian Downey, European Space Agency

Trevor Willoughby, Intelsat, United Kingdom

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SIS34 - Open Data: improved services resulting from public and private sector collaboration

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Boisdale 1)

Moving towards connected transport systems and services, platforms for open

data will become increasingly important and indeed essential in order to facilitate

seamless journeys. This session will focus on the obstacles that authorities

face when opening up transport data; whether legal, physical or financial, and

the services that can be delivered through private sector collaboration to make

best use of open data. Looking to the future of mobility, this session will focus

on aspirations for open data and the perceived obstacles to achieving these

aspirations, examining current solutions as well as innovative ideas in the progression

towards the Internet of Things (IoT).

Organiser

Verity Beattie, Arup, United Kingdom

Moderator

Tim Gammons, Arup, United Kingdom

SIS35 - Scotland’s Smart Travel Innovation - smart travel to smart destinations

Speakers

Rafael Cepeda, InterDigital Europe, United

Kingdom

Trevor Platt, Nicander, United Kingdom

Brendan O'Brien, Dublin City Council, Ireland

Stephanie Leonard, European Commission, DG

MOVE

Basil Jackson, Buckinghamshire County Council,

United Kingdom

Matt Hammon, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff,

United Kingdom

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Boisdale 2)

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Since 2001 Scotland has been developing a smart platform to deliver personalised

services and entitlements to citizens. This has become a platform for innovation

in public service delivery and transport. With changing policy imperatives this

platform has proved a flexible and cost effective investment. With new challenges

and opportunities in mobility services and personalised technology the platform

has new potentials to put Scotland at the forefront of intelligent transport and

smart cities and destinations. Based on work done for the Scottish Cities Alliance

this session will illustrate a multi-application smart travel scheme working with

other agencies can deliver smart mobility and integration. Transport Scotland

will be announcing its new plans for connecting the smart travel platforms to

Scotland’s Smart City ambitions.

SIS36 - Digital infrastructure for automated vehicles

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

Organiser

Kate Leer, Scottish Cities Alliance, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Kate Leer, Scottish Cities Alliance, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Gordon Hanning, Transport Scotland, United

Kingdom

Louise Macdonald, Young Scot, United

Kingdom

Steve Cassidy, ESP Group, United Kingdom

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Digital Infrastructure indicates the static and dynamic digital representation of the

physical world with which the automated vehicle will interact to operate. It is essential

to support the deployment of highly automated vehicles. This SIS addresses

activities related to Digital Infrastructure considering several aspects such as for

instance standardized representations, content types, guarantee quality, collection

and minimum requirements. The discussion will benefit from the contribution of

the European Project Vehicle and Road Automation (www.vra-net.eu) Working

Group on Digital Infrastructure and of the Trilateral (EU, US, Japan) Automation

in Road Transportation WG fostering international cooperation.

Organiser

Davide Brizzolara, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Maxime Flament, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Ahmed Nasr, HERE, Belgium

Stephen T'Siobbel, TomTom Maps, Belgium

Geert Van der Linden, European Commission,

DG MOVE

Frank Foersterling, Continental, Germany

Jun Shibata, Japan Digital Road Map Association

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SIS37 - Public/private cooperation to improve ITS deployment efficiency and effectiveness

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 16:00 - 17:30 (Carron 2)

This session explores various national European examples of how public and

private sectors organise their cooperation across ITS topics such as strategy, policy,

procurement, standards and innovation. The value of cooperation is well

established in helping to give policymakers and both public and private sector

investors confidence in the longevity and value of their investments. The session

will identify the nature of arrangements that have been successfully adopted,

key aspects of cooperation that have been particularly successful (for example

road mapping or interoperability specifications) and the practical benefits

that have been obtained from cooperation. This will allow a picture of good

practice to be built up. Recognising that European countries are on a journey

towards improved cooperation, the session will explore "what next?" in terms

of cooperation, which is likely to involve developing collaborations well beyond

the usual ITS players.

Organiser

Mike Schofield, Mike Schofield & Associates,

United Kingdom

Moderator

Daniel Ruiz, Dynniq, United Kingdom

Speakers

Christer Karlsson, ITS Sweden, Sweden

Marije de Vreeze, Connekt / ITS Netherlands,

The Netherlands

Daniel Ruiz, Dynniq, United Kingdom

SIS38 - Intelligent road weather applications and services in support of ITS

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 16:00 - 17:30 (Dochart 2)

Weather critical applications are instrumental ingredients supporting ITS development,

and the ITS framework is highly significant in providing meteorological

information. Modern vehicles can accommodate specialized instrumentation to

provide data in support of meteorological application development, leading to

enhanced traffic safety. However, the adaptation of vehicle data is not a trivial

meteorological undertaking because of the assimilation challenges of non-conventional

data types. Road weather infrastructures are relatively expensive, but

use of on-board measurements supported by RSUs are expected to lead to considerable

savings. This SIS highlights and elaborates advanced, cost-effective,

intelligent road weather applications and services supporting the ITS.

SIS39 - Integrated applications for Intelligent Transport Systems

Organisers

Timo Sukuvaara, Finnish Meteorological Institute,

Finland

Pertti Nurmi, Finnish Meteorological Institute,

Finland

Moderator

Timo Sukuvaara, Finnish Meteorological Institute,

Finland

Speakers

Pertti Nurmi, Finnish Meteorological Institute,

Finland

Frans op de Beek, Rijkswaterstaat, The

Netherlands

Jorge Alfonso, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid,

Spain

Paul Bridge, Vaisala Inc, United States

Alain Servel, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

16:00 - 17:30 (Morar)

The need is growing for better connected and more efficient solutions in the

transport and logistics sector as well as the need for reducing the impact of

the traffic congestion on the surrounding environment and air quality. These

issues can be addressed by developing solutions and providing reliable services

for tracking, management and response in particular when intermodal transportation

is involved, requiring movement by road, rail and water, sometimes

across international borders. To address these challenges, several projects have

started under the umbrella of the Integrated Applications Promotion (IAP) programme

of the European Space Agency to develop sustainable solutions that

combine the capabilities of terrestrial systems with those that can be provided

from space. Space-based systems, notably the use of global navigation satellite

systems and satellite telecommunications, may increasingly help meet mobility

challenges based on innovative services. The ability to accurately determine and

communicate one’s position at any moment thanks to GNSS has a major impact

on road and rail traffic monitoring, the mobilisation of emergency services and

the tracking of goods carried by multimodal transport.

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Organiser

Roberta Mugellesi, European Space Agency -

ESA, United Kingdom

Moderator

Rita Rinaldo, European Space Agency - ESA, The

Netherlands

Speakers

Michele Castorina, European Space Agency -

ESA, The Netherlands

Matthias Baron, GAF AG, Germany

Xiaolin Meng, University of Nottingham, United

Kingdom

James Douglas, ContainerPort Ltd, United

Kingdom

Christopher Kettell, Transport Research

Laboratory - TRL, United Kingdom

Frederick Ronse, Ovinto, Belgium

Harold Linke, Hitec, Luxembourg


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SIS40 - Managing automated transport in Smart Cities

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Boisdale 2)

Self driving cars are an area in rapid development. But for larger cities with

congestion and environment challenges, just eliminating the driver role will not

address these challenges to the wanted extent. This session focuses on how cities

can ensure that increased transport automation can reduce congestion and

improve safety and sustainability. This could include measures such as Connected

Traffic Management, increased sharing of vehicles and infrastructure, Mobility as

a Service, Access Control etc. The session will address how cities can encourage

vehicles and transport services with wanted behaviour, and how automation

can lead to a faster development in the wanted direction.

SIS41 - Vehicular connectivity and challenges in the era of automation

Organiser

Stefan Myhrberg, Ericsson AB, Sweden

Moderator

Jan Hellåker, Lindholmen Science Park, Sweden

Speakers

Shilan Demir, Volvo Car Group, Sweden

Åke Lindström, City of Stockholm, Sweden

Anna Svensson, City of Gothenburg, Sweden

Stefan Myhrberg, Ericsson AB, Sweden

Thursday 9 June

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09:00 - 10:30 (Leven)

Automated driving as an extension of current ADAS can increase safety, efficiency,

traffic flow and comfort on our roads. These benefits can be further enhanced

if connectivity is also considered by leveraging on the recent advances in telecommunication

technologies (e.g. ITS G5, 4G/LTE/5G).The goal of this session

is to gather key players from industry and academia in the field of connected

automation and present the latest developments while at the same time highlight

relevant challenges. The view of relevant EU projects, such as AutoNet2030

and iGAME, working in this direction will be also presented to the audience.

Organisers

Davide Brizzolara, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Panagiotis Lytrivis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Moderator

François Fischer, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Speakers

Panagiotis Lytrivis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Margriet van Schijndel-de Nooij, EARPA,

Belgium

Laurens Hobert, HITA, France

Luc Jansseune, Continental, Germany

Geert Van der Linden, European Commission,

DG MOVE

SIS42 - Movement analytics: unlocking insights on the real-time flow of urban life

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 09:00 - 10:30 (Carron 2)

With 60% of the world’s population forecast to live in cities by 2030, hyper-connected

networks of people and traffic provides opportunities and challenges for

public services. As cities grow, agencies are being asked to do more, with less.

Combine factors such as climate change and transport trends shifting from vehicle-centric

to multi-modal, the need for deeper insights of population movement,

for planning and decision making, is becoming vital. Discover how, by combining

GPS and mobile data, agencies will be able to detect modal travel, understand

what is happening, where and manage the flow of people and traffic accordingly.

Organiser

Pamela Oldfield, INRIX, United Kingdom

Moderator

Graham Bradley, INRIX, United Kingdom

Speakers

Ian Patey, Mouchel Group, United Kingdom

Ian Smith, Roads & Transport Authority, Dubai

Chris Handley, INRIX, United Kingdom

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Tuesday 7 June

TS01 - Road Infrastructure 1

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 11:00 - 12:30 (Carron 1)

EU-TP0084 - From smart to connected motorways

Ian Patey, Mouchel, UK

EU-TP0282 - How do road operators plan for the Cooperative ITS future?

Jill Hayden, Atkins, UK

EU-TP0296 - The Critical Importance of Infrastructure in the Connected Vehicle World

Timothy O'Leary, Iteris, USA

EU-TP0305 - From legacy to cooperative: accelerate the transition of traffic systems

Bas van der Bijl, Sweco, The Netherlands

EU-TP0322 - 5 years feedback in road monitoring

Berrada Kamal, Eurovia Research Center, FRANCE

Moderator

Theo Quick

Atos

United Kingdom

TS02 - Safety & sustainability

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 11:00 - 12:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-TP0121 - First European evaluation of a vehicle occupancy sensor

Alexis Bacelar, CEREMA, France

EU-TP0122 - I_HeERO - State of the art assessment P2W eCall

Frederik Harnischmacher, KTM AG, Austria

EU-SP0147 - Multimodal Fusion and Fission Techniques for a Safe Driving Environment

Manolo Hina, ECE Paris, France

EU-SP0313 - Delivering eco-driving information to drivers

Ekaterina Gilman, University of Oulu, Finland

EU-TP0284 - Travel Ipswich – Development and Evaluation

Daniel Hobbs, AECOM Ltd, United Kingdom

EU-TP0299 - Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games: Unified Traffic Coordination Centre

David Kamnitzer, IBI Group, Ireland

Moderator

Fabio Galatioto

Transport Systems

Catapult

United Kingdom

TS03 - Gamification of ITS and e-charging

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0275 - Gamification design for motivating and measuring modal shift

Martyn Minear, Arup, United Kingdom

EU-TP0089 - Mobilizing a growing urban population

Arild Sundal, FARA, Norway

EU-SP0100 - STREETLIFE impact assessment; from pilot solutions to emission savings

Rene Kelpin, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

EU-TP0138 - Caronte & Tourist payment service in the Strait of Messina

Paolo Guarnieri, Autostrade Tech S.p.A., Italy

EU-TP0186 - Secure value added services with road charging OBUs

Volker Vierroth, T-Systems International gmbh, Germany

EU-TP0198 - Road charging for autonomous vehicles

Volker Vierroth, T-Systems International gmbh, Germany

11:00 - 12:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Meng Lu

Dynniq

Netherlands

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TS04 - Successful deployment of urban ITS services

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-TP0027 - EU-wide interoperable mobility payment services

Guido Di Pasquale, PluService Srl, Italia

EU-SP0043 - Evaluation of advisory ISA based on a trial in Japan

Ryosuke Ando, TTRI (Toyota Transportation Research Institute), Japan

EU-SP0082 - An offline statistical method for cost efficient field trials

Konstantinos Demestichas, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems,

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

EU-TP0179 - MOBiNET e-marketplace for road passenger transport

Monica Giannini, IRU Projects, Belgium

EU-TP0118 - Lessons learned from the Compass4D subjective evaluation in Copenhagen

Jos van Vlerken, City of Copenhagen, Denmark

EU-TP0129 - Towards nationally harmonized road traffic information for Austria

Daniel Zielinski, ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, Austria

EU-TP0196 - Dutch Brabant region: living lab for ITS services

Pierre van Veggel, Van Veggel Mobiliteitsadvies, The Netherlands

EU-TP0247 - A global network of the taxi industry

Sonila Metushi, IRU Projects, Belgium

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Moderator

Joanne Dodds

AECOM

United Kingdom

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TS05 - Automation: From legal gap to operation

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 14:00 - 15:30 (Alsh 2)

EU-TP0032 - European Truck Platooning Challenge

Gerben Feddes, RDW, The Netherlands

EU-TP0123 - Traffic Management of the future and Road Automation

Panagiotis Lytrivis, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

EU-TP0057 - Legislation for automation: mind the gap

Gerben Feddes, RDW, The Netherlands

EU-TP0210 - Platooning: the implications on operations, maintenance and driver behaviour

Tom Grahamslaw, Mouchel, United Kingdom

EU-SP0293 - Legal conditions to implement EDR in public fleets of vehicles

Thierry Serre, IFSTTAR, France

EU-SP0298 - A Multiclass Assignment Problem in Scenarios with Increasing Road Automation

Nicola Sacco, University of Genoa, Italy

TS06 - Traffic management - UTMC & signals 1

Discussion session

Moderator

Joanne Dodds

AECOM

United Kingdom

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 14:00 - 15:30 (Carron 1)

EU-SP0049 - A structure to approach urban zone management success factors

Dietrich Leihs, University of Zilina, Slovakia

EU-SP0075 - Floating Vehicle Data for Traffic Signal Control Optimization

Gonzalo Alcatraz, Swarco, Italy

EU-SP0145 - Distributionally Robust Optimisation in Congestion Control

Jakub Marecek, IBM Research, Ireland

EU-SP0232 - Advantage of cooperative traffic light control algorithms

Robbin Blokpoel, Dynniq, the Netherlands

EU-SP0238 - Spatio-temporal reconstruction of congested city traffic using empirical radar data

Stefan Kaufmann, STZ Softwaretechnik, Germany

Moderator

Florin Nemtanu

Politechnica University of

Bucharest, ITS Romania

Romania

EU-SP0249 - VITAL: Validation of two new Signal Controls in the Field

Robert Oertel, Institute of Transportation Systems, German Aerospace Center, Germany

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Tuesday 7 June

TS07 - Sharing and charging

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 14:00 - 15:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-SP0011 - The environmental impact of Fuel Cell electric vehicles

Alan Stevens, Transport Research Laboratory, United Kingdom

EU-SP0061 - Car-sharing in medium sized cities: The innovative example of Belfort

Thomas Rohr, ESTA School of Business & Technology, France

EU-TP0066 - Autonomous Driving with Self Driving Vehicles foster Sustainable Mobility

Josef Czako, Moving Forward Consulting Ltd., Germany

EU-TP0288 - ESPRIT project: a new approach in urban mobility

Valery Cervantes, Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique, France

EU-TP0336 - Public recharging in the UK is there a business case?

Phil Blythe, Newcastle University, UK

EU-TP0346 - Sharing charging stations

Anne-Sophie Fulda, EIFER I European Institute for Energy Research, Germany

Moderator

Giovanni Huisken

MAPtm

Netherlands

TS08 - Satellite-enabled end user services

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

14:00 - 15:30 (Morar)

EU-TP0168 - Cost-Benefit Analysis on GNSS-based ITS applications

Anne Le Calve, CAPITAL HIGH TECH, France

EU-TP0208 - Accuracy of Smartphones for GNSS Road User Charging

Ola Martin Lykkja, Q-Free ASA, Norway

EU-TP0262 - City automated transport system: feedback

Céline Oppenhauser, Strasbourg Eurometropolis, France

EU-TP0268 - Reindeer warning system

Jaakko Ylinampa, Lapland´s Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, Finland

EU-TP0291 - Developing Applications for Intelligent Transport Under ESA's IAP Programme

Ian Downey, ESA, United Kingdom

TS09 - EU Policy on ITS and data protection considerations

Moderator

Roger Pagny

ATEC - ITS France

France

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0033 - Safeguarding Privacy in a Connected World

Ron Peereboom, Rapp Trans, Netherlands

EU-TP0039 - National Access Point as enabler of ITS services

Jacqueline Barr, IBI Group, United Kingdom

EU-TP0062 - Protecting the Data, Should it be Encrypted?

Peter Crumpton, Fluor, UK

EU-TP0126 - Government and stakeholders working together to implement the ITS Directive

Suku Phull, Department for Transport, United Kingdom

EU-TP0212 - The role of security in binding the ITS alphabet soup

Scott Cadzow, Cadzow Communications Consulting Ltd, England, United Kingdom

EU-TP0327 - Cyber Security: Defending ITS infrastructure

Clint Loop, Amey, United Kingdom

14:00 - 15:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Mara Makoni

Mouchel

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TS10 - Urban & interurban technologies and management

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-TP0108 - Wireless Roadside Access Technology Implementation

Trial on England’s Highways

Gabriel Ozique, Fluor Corporation, UK

EU-TP0098 - Smart Corridors - What are they and the benefits?

Ian Achurch, Northamptonshire County Council, United Kingdom

EU-TP0125 - Kapsch - Connected Next

Niklas Fungbrandt, Kapsch TrafficCom, Sweden

EU-SP0127 - Experimenting Bluetooth beacon infrastructure in urban transportation

Juho Kostiainen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

EU-TP0227 - DORA - Door to Door Information for Air Travellers

Jan-Niklas Willing, VMZ Berlin Betreibergesellschaft mbH, Germany

EU-TP0345 - Digital Management Dashboard - Managing the Scottish Road Network

Graeme Scott, IBI Group, United Kingdom

TS11 - Evolutionary aspects of C-ITS

Discussion session

Moderator

Jaap Vreeswijk

MAPtm

Netherlands

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 16:00 - 17:30 (Alsh 2)

Tuesday 7 June

PLENARY

EXECUTIVE

SPECIAL

INTEREST

EU-TP0209 - Concepts of PTI test methods for Vehicle2X systems

Dietmar Bönninger, FSD GmbH Dresden, Germany

EU-TP0217 - The design of an open platform for urban simulations

Christos Tsotskas, Transport Systems Catapult, United Kingdom

EU-TP0248 - An Open Source TTCN-3 conformance testing tool for C-ITS

Álvaro Arrúe, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain

EU-SP0278 - Distributed large-scale simulations of ITS application scenarios

Didac Busquets, Transport Systems Catapult, United Kingdom

EU-TP0302 - Modelling Low-Speed Driverless CAVs in Pedestrian and Cycle Environments

Richard Tusting, Transport Systems Catapult, United Kingdom

EU-TP0331 - Evaluation of an Urban Cooperative Mobility Systems

Phil Blythe, Newcastle University, UK

EU-TP0341 - Connected car testing challenges

Antonio Garrido, AT4 wireless, Spain

Discussion session

Moderator

Joanne Dodds

AECOM

United Kingdom

TECHNICAL/

SCIENTIFIC

STAKEHOLDER

WORKSHOPS

TS12 - Traffic management - UTMC & signals 2

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 16:00 - 17:30 (Carron 1)

EU-TP0018 - Advanced traffic control optimization solutions in Tampere

Niels van den Bosch, Dynniq, Netherlands

EU-TP0042 - Design of simple vehicle counter using sidewalk microphones

Song Liu, Kyushu University, Japan

EU-TP0156 - Event Prediction Method of Expressway in Video Monitoring-Blind Area

Li Ding, Research Institute of Highway Ministry of Transport, China

EU-TP0205 - New ways for improving traffic management by FCD

Stephanie Kleine, LandesBetrieb Mobilität Rheinland-Pfalz (LBM RP), Germany

Moderator

Paul Potters

Cachelot

Netherlands

PROJECT

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Tuesday 7 June

TS13 - Policies and strategies

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 16:00 - 17:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-TP0020 - Getting ITS on the political policy agenda

John Walker, University of Southampton, UK

EU-TP0124 - CHARM PCP: Using the benefits of ITS for traffic centres

Phillip Proctor, Highways England, United Kingdom

EU-TP0279 - NATIONAL ITS STRATEGY (2014-2023) AND ITS ARCHITECTURE

Berrin Kahraman, Ministry of Transportation, Maritime Affairs and Communications, TURKEY

EU-TP0311 - Swedish Strategy and Action Plan for the Use of ITS

Christer Karlsson, ITS Sweden, Sweden

EU-TP0337 - Intelligent Transport Systems: Challenges and Priorities for the UK

Siobhan Campbell , Newcastle University, UK

Moderator

Sébastien Mure

GoSwift

Estonia

TS14 - Mapping & navigation using satellite technology

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies

EU-SP0142 - Trajectory-oriented traffic management using sequential discount rate

Yuki Oyama, The University of Tokyo, Japan

EU-TP0152 - Using mobile robots to increase efficiency in building motorways

Jens Peder Kristensen, KeyResearch, Denmark

EU-SP0277 - Automated estimation of lane centre lines based on FCD

Gernot Pucher, TraffiCon - Traffic Consultants GmbH, Österreich

EU-TP0292 - GNSS simulation for the evaluation of range estimators in EVs

Álvaro Arrúe, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain

EU-TP0308 - Low Cost GNSS and Computer Vision Fusion for ADAS

Oihana Otaegui, Vicomtech-IK4, Spain

EU-TP0348 - DriveMark - Generation of HR Road Maps with Radar Satellites

Hartmut Runge, DLR, German Aerospace Center, Germany

16:00 - 17:30 (Morar)

Moderator

Giovanni Huisken

MAPtm

Netherlands

TS15 - Open data & mobility

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0045 - Dublin vs. Helsinki – A ‘Mobility as a Service’ comparison

Orla O’Halloran, Arup, Ireland

EU-TP0155 - The MBTA-realtime system: Better Transit Information through Open Data

Graeme Scott, IBI Group, United States

EU-TP0166 - Delivering Smart Mobility over a oneM2M standardised data platform

Khalid Nur, Arup, United Kingdom

EU-TP0180 - Stimulating sustainable mobility patterns

Marieke Martens, University of Twente and TNO, the Netherlands

EU-SP0193 - Does Multimodal Predictive and Real-Time Traffic Information

available on smartphone induce behavioural change?

Mathias Reymond, University of Montpellier, France

EU-SP0269 - Development of the SocialCar journey planning tool: drivers and barriers

Steve Wright, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

16:00 - 17:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Julie Castermans

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TECHNICAL/

SCIENTIFIC

SESSIONS

TS16 - ITS making cities smarter

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-TP0090 - Managing by Data the Governance of Regional Transport Network

Giandomenico Gagliardi, 5T s.r.l., Italy

EU-TP0281 - GLASGLOSA – GLOSA within a SCOOT Urban Traffic Control Environment

Paul Grayston, Dynniq, United Kingdom

EU-TP0128 - CITRAM,a World Class Smart Mobility Management Centre–

The OPTICITIES approach

Nuria Blanco, Consorcio Regional de Transportes de Madrid, Spain

EU-TP0176 - Future City Glasgow Programme

Gary Walker, Glasgow City Council, Scotland

EU-TP0185 - Urban Mobility Test Site Tampere

Jani Käppi, Here, Finland

EU-TP0266 - Public transport ITS test environment for a smart city

Juho Kostiainen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

EU-TP0283 - Deployment of cooperative mobility services in Thessaloniki city

Panagiotis Lytrivis, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

EU-TP0328 - SIMON: an ICT proposal for the mobility impaired citizens

Eva Muñoz, ETRA Investigación y Desarrollo, S.A., Spain

TS17 - TMC operations and services 1

Discussion session

Moderator

Jaap Vreeswijk

MAPtm

Netherlands

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Alsh 2)

EU-TP0204 - Road Works Warning with Cooperative ITS

Thomas Novak, SWARCO FUTURIT, Austria

EU-TP0219 - Acceptance and impacts of a real time reindeer warning service

Elina Aittoniemi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

EU-TP0228 - Quantification of Benefits for Interactive Traffic Management

Laura Coconea, System Architects Swarco Mizar S.p.A., Italy

EU-TP0280 - Using C-ITS on road status information in winter maintenance operations

Lone-Eirin Lervåg, SINTEF Technology and Society, Norway

EU-TP0320 - A Content Management System for Real Time Traffic Data

Gottfried Allmer, ASFINAG, Austria

TS18 - HMI and human factors aspects of C-ITS

Moderator

Ian Patey

Mouchel

United Kingdom

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Carron 1)

EU-SP0183 - Contactless monitoring of a driver’s vital parameters exploiting head motion

Riccardo Scopigno, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy

EU-TP0120 - Inattentional blindness and road safety

Richard Llewellyn, Transport Research Institute, Edinburgh Napier University, England

EU-TP0087 - Influence of the driver state in the controllability evaluation

Andreas Puetz, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), Germany

EU-TP0097 - Designing an HMI to prevent driving behaviours from changing unsafe

Atsuya Tanaka, Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan

EU-TP0112 - NextVehicle

Kevin Moat, Cubic Transportation Systems, United Kingdom

EU-SP0234 - Driver Centred Approach of Automated Vehicle

Annie Pauzie, IFSTTAR, France

Moderator

Bahar Namaki Araghi

City of Copenhagen

Denmark

Tuesday 7 June

Wednesday 8 June

PLENARY

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SPECIAL

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Wednesday 8 June

TS20 - Incident detection

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-SP0014 - Incident detection based on bus data

Paula Syrjärinne, University of Tampere, Finland

EU-TP0054 - Quality Requirements for Congestion Tail Warnings

Cornelie van Driel, Rapp Trans (DE) AG, Germany

EU-TP0103 - Traffic and accidents monitoring system on ANAS Road Network

Pier Paolo Cartolano, ANAS S.p.A., Italy

EU-SP0225 - Speed prediction from mobile sensors

Yarah Basyoni, German University in Cairo, Egypt

EU-TP0230 - ASFINAG Incident Management System

Daniel Zielinski, ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, Austria

EU-TP0273 - Innovative procurement method of real-time traffic information snapshot

Mika Kulmala, City of Tampere, Finland

09:00 - 10:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Paul Potters

Cachelot

Netherlands

TS21 - Traffic management platforms

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-TP0002 - Open platform for transport data in Madrid

Sergio Fernández Balaguer, Empresa Municipal de Transportes de Madrid S.A., Spain

EU-SP0094 - Dynamic trigger speed for vehicle activated signs

Diala Jomaa, Dalarna University, Sweden

EU-SP0162 - Traffic Management 2.0 – Learning the Win-Win from Case Studies

Karl Rehrl, City of Salzburg, Austria

EU-TP0199 - The exchange of traffic management plans in TM 2.0

Dave Marples, Technolution, Netherlands

EU-TP0206 - Collaborative Traffic Management for M25 & South East of England

Claire Airth, Mott MacDonald, Scotland

EU-SP0307 - Traffic states spatiotemporal data expansion using Bayesian networks models

Yarah Basyoni, German University in Cairo, Egypt

EU-TP0317 - Traffic Management in Gothenburg, Ready for the Challenge!

Lilia Halsen Bidar, City of Gothenburg, Urban Transport Authority, Sweden

EU-TP0343 - The Traffic Scotland Information Service – Past, Present and Future

Graeme Scott, IBI Group, United Kingdom

Discussion session

Moderator

Joanne Dodds

AECOM

United Kingdom

TS22 - C-ITS National approaches

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 11:00 - 12:30 (Carron 1)

EU-TP0105 - The Dutch C-ITS Reference architecture

Igor Passchier, Tass International BV, Netherlands

EU-TP0107 - The Belgian framework for testing of automated vehicles

David Schoenmaekers, Belgian Ministry for Transport, Belgium

EU-TP0194 - UK Local Authority ITS Deployment

Richard Creese, Department for Transport, United Kindgom

EU-TP0236 - NordicWay and Coop cellular C-ITS pilot projects first results

Ilkka Kotilainen, Finnish Transport Agency, Finnish Transport Agency, Finland

Moderator

Vincent Blervaque

Blervaque

Belgium

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TECHNICAL/

SCIENTIFIC

SESSIONS

TS23 - Interoperability & standardisation

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 11:00 - 12:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-TP0036 - Challenges in the implementation of Commercial vehicle pre-clearance

Trond Foss, SINTEF, Norway

EU-SP0046 - Vehicle’s Weigh in Motion system for enforcement in Poland

Piotr Burnos, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

EU-TP0135 - A9 Route Enforcement Strategy

Geoff Collins, Vysionics ITS Ltd, Jenoptik Traffic Solutions UK, United Kingdom

EU-TP0137 - Implementation of a new ETC Free Flow System in Chile

Paolo Guarnieri, Autostrade Tech S.p.A., Italy

EU-TP0184 - Controlling EETS communication complexity

Volker Vierroth, T-Systems International gmbh, Germany

Moderator

Sébastien Mure

GoSwift

Estonia

Wednesday 8 June

PLENARY

EXECUTIVE

TS24 - Air quality prediction

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change

EU-SP0052 - Energy-efficient cruise control – a pre-project study

Niels Agerholm, Aalborg University, Denmark

EU-TP0117 - Environmental incident management

lower-cost AQM equipment and ITS opportunities

Jacqueline Barr, IBI Group, United Kingdom

EU-TP0271 - Air Quality Urban Analysis of Real-time Information and Actuation (AQUARIA)

Peter Kirby, Dynniq, United Kingdom

EU-TP0306 - Advancements in Traffic and pollution short-term prediction in urban networks

Fabio Galatioto, Transport Systems Catapult, United Kingdom

EU-SP0314 - Demonstration of Air Quality Management in Urban Areas

Stephen Hanley, Amey, United Kingdom

TS25 - Travel Times

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0068 - Relating different (traffic) data in the NDW Observatory at DiTTlab

Edoardo Felici, National Data Warehouse for Traffic Information, the Netherlands

EU-TP0272 - NTDS - The next-generation data warehouse for Scotland

David Salton, IBI Group, United Kingdom

EU-TP0274 - Assessment of innovative travel time data collection technologies in Lyon

Sylvain Belloche, CEREMA, France

EU-TP0309 - Improving information and data to meet future mobility needs

Kenneth White, Amey, United Kingdom

11:00 - 12:30 (Morar)

Moderator

Eric Louette

French Ministry -

Ecology and sustainable

development

France

11:00-12:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Jill Hayden

Atkins

United Kingdom

SPECIAL

INTEREST

TECHNICAL/

SCIENTIFIC

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PROJECT

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SESSIONS

Wednesday 8 June

TS26 - Road infrastructure 2

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Alsh 2)

EU-SP0019 - Simulation Study of Power Limitation for City Trams

Stefan Pettersson, VIktoria Swedish ICT, Sweden

EU-TP0063 - Implementing Traffic light assistance in Trondheim

Gonzalo Alcatraz, Swarco, Italy

EU-TP0076 - Predictive dynamic distributed network management

Ian Cornwell, Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom

EU-TP0079 - Supervision system for reversible lanes based on autonomous vehicles

Miguel Clavijo, Technical University of Madrid, Spain

EU-TP0253 - Smart Motorways All Lane Running: evaluation results

Joe Castle, Atkins, UK

EU-TP0310 - Integrated Traffic and Facility Motorway Management –the Greek evolution

Antulio Richetta, IBI Group, Greece

Moderator

Theo Quick

Atos

United Kingdom

TS27 - Security and privacy issues for C-ITS

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 14:00 - 15:30 (Carron 1)

AM-TP0006 - GNSS Vulnerabilities and Vehicle Cyber-Security

Hirofumi Onishi, Alpine Electronics Research of America Inc., United States

EU-TP0114 - Over-the-Air updates and Security in the ITS

Richard Williamson, Utimaco Inc, United States

EU-TP0139 - Anonymization of Data from Field Operational Tests

Yvonne Barnard, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

EU-TP0188 - Improving Cybersecurity with Traffic Signal Preemption

Joni Jämsä, Centria UAS, Finland

EU-SP0191 - Data Protection and C-ITS - A Use Case

Wouter van Haaften, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Moderator

Andy Graham

White

United Kingdom

TS28 - Big and open data

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 14:00 - 15:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-TP0007 - Real-time traffic situation awareness based on open data sources

Laura Niittyla, Mattersoft Ltd, Finland

EU-TP0008 - Enhancing public transport planning by data visualization

Laura Niittyla, Mattersoft Ltd, Finland

EU-TP0058 - A novel way of ad-hoc travel time measurement

Tatiana Ková iková, University of Zilina, Slovakia

EU-TP0109 - Characteristics of the Traffic Count System in Korea

Sang Hyup Lee, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Republic of Korea

EU-TP0200 - Improve highway ramp metering modelling with real data

Thomas Courbon, CEREMA, France

EU-SP0267 - Identification of Clusters in Travel Patterns using Smart Card Data

Kristian Hegner Reinau, Aalborg University, Denmark

Moderator

Andy Rooke

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SCIENTIFIC

SESSIONS

TS29 - Mobility services schemes

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0044 - Smart Mobility Planner (MyWay): Frontend design and evaluation results

Angelos Amditis, ICCS, Greece

EU-TP0132 - Way forward for Public Procurement of Innovation in C-ITS deployment

Giacomo Somma, ERTICO - ITS EUROPE, Belgium

EU-TP0149 - Business Models for a Pan-European e-Mobility Marketplace

Michael Sena, Allianz Telematics, Sweden

EU-TP0171 - Traffic Lab- Creating PPP-ecosystem for Digital Mobility Services

Granfelt Anders, TRAFI, Finland

EU-SP0201 - Mobility Management Architecture in Maastricht

Katya Ivanova, Maastricht Bereikbaar, The Netherlands

EU-TP0241 - State-of-the-art survey on stakeholders’ expectations towards Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS)

David König, AustriaTech, Austria

TS30 - Road safety and C-ITS

14:00 - 15:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Julie Castermans

ERTICO - ITS Europe

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 16:00 - 17:30 (Alsh 2)

EU-TP0037 - Cooperative ITS: why cities are not ready for implementation

Svetlana Popova, ERTICO - ITS Europe, Belgium

EU-SP0083 - Using EDR to evaluate the loss of control risk

Claire Naude, IFSTTAR, FRANCE

EU-TP0101 - When the long awaited technological disruption improves road safety

Franck Marescal, French Gendarmerie, FRANCE

EU-SP0211 - Methodology for road safety benefit estimation of an ITS: SCOOP@F

Laurette Guyonvarch, LAB Renault-PSA, France

EU-TP0231 - Cooperative infrastructure for traffic monitoring and safety enhancement

Marcos Pillado, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain

TS31 - Technologies for C-ITS

Moderator

Florin Nemtanu

Politechnica University of

Bucharest, ITS Romania

Romania

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 16:00 - 17:30 (Carron 1)

EU-SP0010 - Traffic peak identification based on bus data

Paula Syrjärinne, University of Tampere, Finland

EU-SP0174 - Travel times and vehicle statistics using CAM messages over ITS-G5

Knut Evensen, Q-Free ASA, Norway

EU-TP0190 - Mobile machine vision for traffic sign updates

Markus Melander, Finnish Transport Agency Finland

EU-TP0259 - Intelligent control of street lights based on sensor fusion

Philipp Raich, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

EU-SP0333 - Vision-based Comprehensive Framework for Senior Driver Assistance

Takao Onoye, Osaka University, Japan

Moderator

Sébastien Mure

GoSwift

Estonia

Wednesday 8 June

PLENARY

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SPECIAL

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Wednesday 8 June

TS32 - National & corridor management

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 16:00 - 17:30 (Dochart 1)

EU-TP0029 - HOT Lanes deep dive, NOT in Europe?

Inigo Larraondo, IDOM, Spain

EU-TP0081 - Managing Traffic on Every Road in Sweden

Trevor Platt, Nicander, United Kingdom

EU-TP0165 - Road Tunnel Management in Slovenia

Savin Gorup, Asist Ltd., Slovenia

EU-TP0169 - RIS enabled Inland Waterway Transport Corridor Management: Pilot results

Giovanni Huisken, MAP Traffic Management, The Netherlands

EU-TP0207 - A traffic management plan for long distance freight transport

Henk Jansma, Rijkswaterstaat, The Netherlands

EU-TP0334 - Dartford Approaches Control System

Matthew Clarke, Atkins, UK

Moderator

Jill Hayden

Atkins

United Kingdom

TS33 - Mobility services & data

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

EU-TP0005 - MOBiNET: Architecture and experiences from a marketplace for mobility services

Ulf Noyer, DLR, Germany

EU-TP0055 - Urban Mobility: Informed by big data analytics

Richard Harris, Xerox, UK

EU-TP0172 - The path towards Mobility-as-a-Service: a case study from South Tyrol

Roberto Cavaliere, IDM Südtirol / Alto Adige, Italy

EU-TP0175 - MyData for my traffic

Taru Rastas, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Finland

EU-SP0303 - Using PEST as a framework for analysing open mobility data

Marlies Van der Wee, Ghent University, iMinds, Belgium

16:00 - 17:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Fabio Galatioto

Transport Systems

Catapult

United Kingdom

Thursday 9 June

TS34 - V2X for C-ITS application

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Alsh 2)

EU-TP0102 - Development Public Safety System Based on Multi-Hop Broadcasting Mechanism

Omayma Abdel Mohsen, National Telecommunication Institute, Egypt

EU-TP0213 - V2I Communication at Motorways – Upgrade of Emergency Telephones

Jens Bläsche, OECON Products & Services GmbH, Germany

EU-TP0246 - Red Light Violation Warning

Klaas Rozema, Dynniq, Netherlands

EU-TP0252 - Sensory observation message and CAM extensions for VRU safety

Robbin Blokpoel, Dynniq, the Netherlands

EU-SP0264 - 3GPP LTE Enhancements for V2V and Comparison to IEEE 802.11p

Stefano Sorrentino, Ericsson Research, Sweden

EU-TP0285 - V2X Traffic Management

Oliver Brandl, Kapsch TrafficCom AG, Austria

Moderator

Giacomo Somma

ERTICO - ITS Europe

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SCIENTIFIC

SESSIONS

TS35 - Multimodal mobility

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Boisdale 1)

EU-TP0013 - ChoiceRail – optimising multi-modal journeys

Paul Everson, Trapeze Group, UK

EU-TP0167 - (R)evolutions in route planners

Sven Maerivoet, Transport & Mobility Leuven, Belgium

Moderator

Julie Castermans

ERTICO - ITS Europe

EU-SP0250 - Developing the next generation of intermodal mobility services

Helga Jonuschat, InnoZ GmbH, Germany

EU-SP0256 - Open Transport Data as an enabler for Multimodal Route Planning

Pieter Colpaert, Ghent University, Belgium

EU-TP0318 - Integrated Mobility Platform of Saint-Etienne: Multimodal Real Time information System with M-ticketing

Chloe Spano, CITYWAY SAS, France

EU-TP0339 - Digitransit - fully open journey planner and passenger information platform

Tuukka Hastrup, Helsinki Regional Transport Authority HSL, Finland

EU-TP0344 - HITRANS – E-Paper Real Time Passenger Transport Information System

Douglas Rodger, IBI Group, United Kingdom

TS36 - Data aspects in C-ITS and automation

Discussion session

Thursday 9 June

PLENARY

EXECUTIVE

SPECIAL

INTEREST

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Carron 1)

EU-TP0080 - DATEX II and C-ITS: a promising engagement in SCOOP@F

Loïc Blaive, CEREMA, France

EU-TP0170 - Monitoring Limited Access Motorways using Crowd-Sourced Probe Data

Darcy Bullock, Purdue University, United States

EU-TP0203 - DATEX II Services

Gottfried Allmer, ASFINAG, Austria

EU-TP0226 - City Centre Busyness Using Big Data

Gary Walker, Glasgow City Council, Scotland

EU-TP0349 - Current activities in Vehicle and Road Automation: a European and international overview

Davide Brizzolara, ERTICO - ITS Europe, Belgium

TS37 - Innovation in transport

Moderator

Niamh Callaghan

Transport Scotland

United Kingdom

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 09:00 - 10:30 (Dochart 1)

TECHNICAL/

SCIENTIFIC

STAKEHOLDER

WORKSHOPS

EU-TP0099 - INTRALOG, intelligent autonomous truck applications in Logistics

Lejo Buning, HAN university of applied sciences, The Netherlands

EU-TP0146 - Urban Mobility Data Management –

The OPTICITIES Madrid standardisation proposal

Jorge Alfonso, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

EU-TP0150 - Advanced technologies & challenges to public transportation agencies

Navin Nageli, Navjoy Consulting Services, Inc, USA

EU-SP0158 - Ordering intelligent vehicles at traffic lights to increase traffic

Ricardo Reghelin, Instituto Federal Catarinense - IFC, Brazil

EU-SP0260 - A truck fleet-based data integration framework for adaptive re-routing

Riccardo Scopigno, Istituto Superiore Mario Boella, Italy

EU-TP0332 Cooperative approach prevails: from C-ITS to digital transport documents

Zeljko Jeftic, IRU Projects, Belgium

Moderator

Andrew Winder

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Thursday 9 June

TS38 - Strategic approaches to climate change

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change 09:00 - 10:30 (Dochart 2)

EU-TP0088 - Energy self-sufficient traffic information system for temporary installations

Thomas Novak, SWARCO FUTURIT, Austria

EU-TP0323 - WeatherEVANT: Real-time Weather related Event Visualization and Analytics Tool

Kaan Ozbay, NYU, USA

EU-TP0163 - Copenhagen and its service goals for 2018

Bahar Namaki Araghi, City of Copenhagen, Denmark

EU-TP0324 - Optimization-Based Design of Renewable Power Source for Traffic Signals

Anuj Sharma, Iowa State University, United States

Moderator

Sanna Sonninen

Trafi

Finland

TS39 - Alternative fuel technology

TOPIC 5. ITS and climate change

EU-TP0012 - Challenges and opportunities in the HMI design for EV

Roberto Montanari, RE:Lab srl, Italy

EU-SP0034 - Improving electric mobility with ITS - A theoretical discussion

Wolfgang Schulz, Zeppelin Universität, Germany

EU-TP0144 - Predicting On-Street Electric Vehicle Recharging Infrastructure Requirements

David Connolly, SYSTRA, UK

EU-TP0154 - Location-based Hydrogen efficiency of a Fuel-cell Car in Different Climates

Ernst Pucher, TU Wien - Vienna University of Technology, Austria

EU-TP0329 - Temporary EV recharging

Matthew Clarke, Atkins, UK

09:00 - 10:30 (Morar)

Moderator

Andy Rooke

ERTICO - ITS Europe

TS40 - Modelling and simulation

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods

EU-TP0229 - Business Case modelling for a stackable electric vehicle.

Helen Porter, Peter Davidson Consultancy Ltd, UK

EU-SP0242 - Trip Planning Within a Multimodal Urban Mobility

Frédéric Roulland, Xerox Research Centre Europe, France

EU-TP0290 - Heuristic Optimization Methodology for Simulation & Design of Toll Plazas

Kaan Ozbay, NYU, USA

EU-TP0342 - Estimation of Fuel Consumption from GPS Data in Fleet Monitoring

Yorgos Stephanedes, University of Patras, Greece

09:00 - 10:30 (Ness)

Moderator

Kees Wevers

BrightAngel ITS

Netherlands

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STAKEHOLDER

WORKSHOPS

SW01 - Education and professional development in ITS

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

This interactive workshop is aimed at all ITS practitioners, but students of ITS

and young ITS professionals will be especially welcome. It will focus on knowledge

exchange, education and professional development in ITS. New on-line

learning resources are now available: the “ITS Observatory” from ERTICO

(http://its-observatory.eu/project-info/); the World Road Association knowledge

base on “Road Network Operations and ITS ” (http://rno-its.piarc.org);

and the USDOT “ePrimer” (https://www.pcb.its.dot.gov/eprimer.aspx ). Can

these web resources be used and accepted by universities to extend their curriculum

for ITS-related study programmes? Will this lead to certified professional

education in ITS? Come and make your views known!

SW02 - Next generation ITS professionals

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods

This session will be organised by ITS United Kingdom for administrative purposes

but it is designed to take a fully European perspective. The session will communicate

best practice in recruiting and retaining young entrants into employment in

the ITS sector. Many countries are suffering from a skills shortage in the ITS area

and it is essential to establish the most effective ways of attracting and retaining

the brightest, most innovative young people into ITS. The session panel will

comprise people with many years of deep experience of how to tackle this issue

successfully. This session will NOT be a 90 minute set of individual presentations

with PowerPoint slides. Panellists and moderator will introduce themselves and

give brief descriptions of their experiences and advice for recruitment and retention

of young people in ITS. The moderator will then lead an hour long open

discussion involving both panellists and audience, aimed at establishing what

the whole room thinks is best practice in this area.

11:00 - 12:30 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

John Miles, World Road Association, Transport

Associates' Network, Ankerbold Consulting,

United Kingdom

Moderator

Eric Sampson, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

John Miles, World Road Association, Transport

Associates' Network, Ankerbold Consulting,

United Kingdom

Sylvain Belloche, CEREMA, France

Alexandra Luck, A Luck Associates, United

Kingdom

Mara Makoni, Mouchel, United Kingdom

Andrew Davidson, Transport Scotland, United

Kingdom

16:00 - 17:30 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Florin Nemtanu, Politehnica University of

Bucharest, ITS Romania, Romania

Speakers

Alan Stevens, Transport Research Laboratory -

TRL, United Kingdom; Stig Franzen, Chalmers

Technical University, Sweden; Fabian Heidegger,

GMX, Germany; Mara Makoni, Mouchel, United

Kingdom; Martin Russ, AustriaTech, Austria

SW03 - Towards a methodology for Field Operational Tests (FOTs) for automated vehicles

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

To improve significance, comparability and transferability of up-coming largescale

Field Operational Tests (FOTs) results at the national and European level, a

common methodology should be applied. This SIS will debate aspects related

to the new challenges of a common methodology to be applied to automation

pilots: how to ensure scientific rigour and provide a structured approach?

How to prepare and conduct a study? How to analyse data? How to allow for

comparisons between studies? What is the baseline? How do we determine

impact? How to determine the societal impact? The point of view of companies

and public authorities and the international cooperation activity (e.g. in the

USA) will be considered.

09:00 - 10:30 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

Davide Brizzolara, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Sami Koskinen, VTT Technical Research Centre

of Finland, Finland

Speakers

Yvonne Barnard, University of Leeds, United

Kingdom; Alan Stevens, Transport Research

Laboratory - TRL, United Kingdom; Suzanne

Sloan, U.S. Department of Transportation, United

States; Mats Petersson, VOLVO CARS, Sweden;

Antoine de Kort, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), The

Netherlands

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SW04 - Skills and training programme on ITS deployment to support public authorities

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

Public authorities are pushed to be more and more involved in the use of ITS

solutions. However, often they do not have the necessary resources and technical

knowledge to implement their political agendas. This session will offer the

right knowledge in order for them to efficiently deploy ITS. During the session

the effectiveness of creating twinning C-ITS programmes where public authorities

and ITS professionals exchange their knowledge and experience learned

through existing ITS local deployment activities will be discussed.

11:00 - 12:30 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO- ITS Europe

Moderator

Manuela Flachi, ERTICO- ITS Europe

Speakers

Gert Blom, City of Helmond, The Netherlands

Clare Woroniuk, Newcastle University,

United Kingdom

Laura Franchi, TTS Italia, Italy

Martin Boehm, AustriaTech, Austria

Jacob Bangsgaard, Fédération Internationale de

l’Automobile - FIA

SW05 - Establishing a Pan European innovation platform on logistics services

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods

14:00 - 15:30 (ITS Forum)

The session will highlight the benefits of creating and implementing a strategic

pan European platform to impact positively logistics services worldwide.

Currently, there is a high fragmentation and lack of connectivity of ICT-based

information systems for logistics services. A pan European platform establishing

a cloud-based collaborative logistics ecosystem for managing logistics-related

services can overcome these issues. The session will show how this controlled

environment can ensure smooth and efficient movements of goods transport

in the supply chain, while simultaneously targeting sustainability from environmental,

economic and social perspectives.

SW06 - Standardisation and certification for automated vehicles

Organisers

Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Manuela Flachi, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Stephanie Leonard, European Commission, DG

MOVE

Speakers

Zeljko Jeftic, IRU Projects ASBL, Belgium

Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO - ITS Europe

German Herrero Carcel, ATOS, Spain

Ioanna Fergadioti, Inlecom Systems, United

Kingdom

Nico Anten, Connekt / ITS Netherlands, The

Netherlands

Martin Boehm, AustriaTech, Austria

Ralf Willenbrock, T-Systems, Germany

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated

From a holistic point of view, standardization and certification are tools for both

industry and public authorities to foster the development and deployment of

technologies creating a common framework for all the stakeholders. This SIS

will offer, through different experts in the area, how standardisation towards

automation is currently driven and what are the expected needs in the short

and long term. It will also discuss certification procedures the considering the

European Member States which today allow (in specific conditions) driverless

vehicles on public roads. The speakers will provide a worldwide overview on the

topic referring to specific projects.

16:00 - 17:30 (ITS Forum)

Organisers

Davide Brizzolara, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Álvaro Arrúe, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain

Moderator

Francois Fischer, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Gerben Feddes, RDW, The Netherlands Vehicle

Registration Authority, The Netherlands

Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Ministry of Transport and

Communications / Finnish Transport Safety Agency,

Finland

Marcos Pillado, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain

Andreas Pütz, Institute for Automotive

Engineering (ika), Germany

Adriano Alessandrini, University of Florence,

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SW07 - Accelerating ITS deployment by creating a more diverse workforce

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users

Technology is no longer the big issue for ITS. What counts now is understanding

the needs of users, having a full awareness of costs and benefits, and finding

ways of deploying ITS which are acceptable and affordable. This puts emphasis

on getting maximum gain from areas that have not been looked at seriously as

yet. This session will be a panel discussion about the benefits of diversity in the

ITS workforce and how to achieve it. The Session will also promote the second

annual Award for "Best Idea to Create a Diverse, Representative ITS Workforce".

The team proposing the session will run and judge the competition for the Award

in time for the Melbourne World Congress.

09:00 - 10:30 (ITS Forum)

Organiser

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Moderator

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United

Kingdom

Speakers

Suku Phull, Department for Transport - DfT,

United Kingdom

Mara Makoni, Mouchel Group, United Kingdom

Margaret Bell, Newcastle University,

United Kingdom

Michaela Topolnik, AustriaTech, Austria

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PR01 - Transition challenges towards cooperative and automated driving

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 11:00 - 12:30 (Theatre 2)

CODECS, a Coordination and Support Action funded by the European Commission

in the H2020 Research and Innovation Framework, acts as nodal point

pooling stakeholder preferences and requirements for a concerted C-ITS rollout

across Europe. CODECS networks deployment initiatives to conceptualise a

blueprint for deployment, consolidates stakeholder interests in a use-case-centric

roadmap, and supports strategy coordination by bringing open issues up

for discussion in high-level decision making councils. With this session, CODECS

invites to a panel to discuss challenging steps towards cooperative and automated

traffic and transport in Europe. In short impulse presentations, CODECS

partners present findings and prompt questions to the panel on:

1. Interoperability is key: How to organise profiling of standards for services

with infrastructure involvement?

2. Road mapping beyond Day One: Issues for research, testing and standardisation

for the transition towards cooperative and automated driving

3. Strategy Coordination: Open issues for a strategy framework promoting

seamless C-ITS deployment

As appointed panellists, CODECS invites members of the C-ITS Deployment

Platform, the European Commission, the Amsterdam Group, the ITS nationals,

OEM-representatives, national and European research and innovation projects.

Further stakeholders are invited to join the panel and bring requirements for an

attuned C-ITS roll-out up for discussion.

PR02 - Enabling interaction between traffic management and mobility services

Organiser

Sonja Eickmann, ITS Automotive Nord GmbH,

Germany

Moderator

Onno Tool, Rijkswaterstaat, The Netherlands

Speakers

Sonja Eickmann, ITS Automotive Nord GmbH,

Gemany

Paul Spaanderman, PaulsConsultancy BV, The

Netherlands

Teodor Buburuzan, Volkswagen AG, Germany

Sandro Berndt, Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen

BASt, Germany

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 14:00-15:30 (Theatre 2)

Traffic Management is evolving into a multi-stakeholder cooperation where road

operators and traffic information service providers, including OEMs are offering

optimal end-to-end mobility guidance for people and goods. In the new traffic

management concept, traffic planners are using floating car data in order to

estimate traffic flow and study congestion patterns and bottlenecks while traffic

information service providers are able to integrate relevant traffic management

plans and strategies in their traffic information feed to their customers. The TM

2.0 Innovation Platform is leading this win-win concept in Europe and more

and more cities will be deploying the concept. In this Session London, Salzburg

and Thessaloniki will share their experience and discuss the added value of TM

2.0. Traffic stakeholders from the Industry (OEM and Infrastructure providers)

will share their view on TM 2.0.

PR03 - ITS for freight transport and logistics - road maps and challenges

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Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Andrea Toth, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Johanna Tzanidaki, TomTom, The Netherlands

Speakers

George Gillespie, Glasgow City Council, United

Kingdom

Karl Rehrl, City of Salzburg, Austria

Evangelos Mitsakis, Centre for Research and

Technology Hellas - Hellenic Institute of Transport,

Greece

Ulrich Fastenrath, BMW, Germany

Pedro Barradas, European Commission, DG

MOVE

TOPIC 4. Sustainable transport for people and goods 16:00 - 17:30 (Theatre 2)

The session will give insights into experiences of creating and implementing

strategic transport related funding activities relevant for ITS and logistics. The

European Technology Platforms for Logistics (ALICE) and for ITS (ERTICO), as

well as the European Commission and the U.S. Department of Transportation

are invited to present views as well as logistics end-users. The session aims to

address officials/public authorities, who design transport and mobility R&D programs

or related support activities in the field of transport logistics, as well as

transport logistics representatives, which are willing to shape the world’s future

transport system by implementing R&D projects.

Organiser

Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO- ITS Europe

Moderator

Lina Konstantinopoulou, ERTICO- ITS Europe

Speakers

Stephanie Leonard, European Commission, DG

MOVE

Stefano Persi, Enide, Spain

Zeljko Jeftic, IRU Projects ASBL, Belgium

Jean-Charles Pandazis, ERTICO - ITS Europe

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PR04 - Progress in TN-ITS spatial data exchange

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Theatre 2)

Use of ITS digital maps gradually extended beyond mere navigation to ADAS

and C-ITS applications, with automated driving on the horizon. The mission of

TN-ITS is to support immediate updating of ITS maps for changes in road attributes.

By catching changes at the origin (road authorities), each update concerns

just a single data point from a trusted source, not needing extensive processing,

interpretation and validation. In the Transportation Pilot (in cooperation with

the JRC), implementations were done in Norway/Sweden. In the CEF-funded

EU-EIP project now pilot implementations are underway in five more countries,

as a step-up to further European roll-out.

This session will be combined with the TN-ITS General Assembly (GA) meeting

(open to non-members), to be held in the same room. The GA meeting will

start at 08:00 and last until 08:55. After a short break, the session PR04 will

start at 09:00. Note that the GA part will include, at 08:35, the showcase of the

TN-ITS implementation in Finland, which is close to its finalisation. Don't miss this

interesting presentation. You are kindly invited to attend the complete session.

Organiser

Kees Wevers, TN-ITS/ERTICO - ITS Europe

Moderator

Kees Wevers, TN-ITS/ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Gilles Carabin, European Commission, DG MOVE,

ITS Unit

Francesco Pignatelli, EC Joint Research Centre

(JRC), Italy

Antero Karppinen, Finnish Transport Agency

(FTA), Finland

Bert Boterbergh, Departement Mobiliteit en

Openbare Werken (MOW), Belgium

Suku Phull, Department for Transport (DfT),

United Kingdom

Paul Lewis, National University of Ireland

Maynooth (NUIM), Ireland

Alain Chaumet, National Institute of Geographic

and Forest Information (IGN), France

Anna Forsell, HERE, Sweden

Tom Jensen, TomTom, Denmark

PR05 - Achieving C-ITS interoperability in Europe: the examples of COMPASS4D and SCOOP@F

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Theatre 2)

As C-ITS pilot implementations are being carried out in many European countries

and roll-out is about to start, there is a growing need to ensure that these

implementations are interoperable. The session will show how this issue is tackled

in projects COMPASS4D and SCOOP@F. COMPASS4D has implemented

three C-ITS services in seven European cities (Bordeaux, Copenhagen, Helmond,

Newcastle, Thessaloniki, Verona and Vigo) and has performed interoperability

testing with several providers. SCOOP@F has developed a bundle of services over

5 pilot sites in France (2000 km of roads, 3000 vehicles) and is carrying out a

cross-testing activity with Austria, Portugal and Spain. The session will underline

the needs for interoperability from an end-user's point of view and from a

public authority's point of view. It will show how these issues have been solved

in both projects, how exchange of specifications can prevent interoperability

issues and how cross-testing can solve further issues. Finally, it will underline the

benefits of exchanging best practices and working together at European level.

Organiser

Marie-Christine Esposito, Ministry of Ecology,

Sustainable Development and Energy, France

Moderators

Giacomo Somma, ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers

Zeljko Jeftic, IRU Projects ASBL, Belgium

Anders B. Torp Madsen, City of Copenhagen,

Denmark

Aymeric Audigé, French Ministry / DIR Atlantique,

France

Alexander Froetscher, Austriatech, Austria

Lara Moura, BRISA, Portugal

Francisco Sanchez, CTAG, Spain

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Thursday 9 June Wednesday 8 June

PR06 - Seamless ITS services from Ireland to Portugal: Arc Atlantique projects outcomes

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Theatre 2)

The Arc Atlantique Corridor is delivering improvements to the Trans-European

Road Network stretching from Ireland to Portugal through the wider implementation

of ITS systems and services. The project aims to impact costs to business

through the optimization of the corridor network infrastructure. Deployments

will consist of a series of ITS technologies and services which have known and

proven impact on the efficiency of the road network. It will include traffic management

systems and traffic information services both of which will support

network managers in directing traffic operations. These services will assist all

road users including HGV’s and will also address cross-border issues. The project

is co-financed by the European Commission; facilitating a collaborative platform

to implement policy guidelines and harmonized ITS services by the 7 Members

States who participate in the Arc Atlantique Corridor Project.

PR07 - Procurement of Real-Time Traffic Data based on FCD

Organiser

Malika Seddi, ASFA, France

Moderator

Paul Wadworth, Capita, United Kingdom

Speakers

David Laoide- Kemp, Transport Infrastructure

Ireland, Ireland

Pierpaolo Tona, European Commission, DG

MOVE

Rudi Tegenbos, Technum Tractebel, Belgium

Marie-Christine Esposito, Ministry of Ecology,

Sustainable Development and Energy, France

Malika Seddi, ASFA, France

Peter McGillion, Transport Scotland, United

Kingdom

Henk Jansma, National Traffic Management

Centre, The Netherlands

TOPIC 3. New transport services from satellite technologies 16:00 - 17:30 (Theatre 2)

Floating Car Data (FCD) is considered a promising source for traffic data. In

the Netherlands and Denmark, road authorities have started researching the

possibilities this data source offers through a number of pilot projects and procurements.

In this session, the National Data Warehouse for Traffic Information

(NDW) from the Netherlands and the Vejdirektoratet from Denmark will jointly

present the findings of their initial pilot projects and procurement ambitions

for the future, together with the companies that have participated and assisted

them in the supply of FCD. These two organizations are European front-runners

in the large scale procurement of FCD: their experience and findings so far

will offer novel insights in the processes and possibilities of this kind of data. A

panel discussion will follow, allowing different perspectives and insights to be

discussed with the audience.

PR08 - European efforts on automated driving: findings from ongoing research

Organiser

Edoardo Felici, National Data Warehouse for

Traffic Information, The Netherlands

Moderator

Olaf Vroom, National Data Warehouse for Traffic

Information, The Netherlands

Speakers

Charlotte Holstrøm, Vejdirektoratet, Denmark

Edoardo Felici, National Data Warehouse for

Traffic Information, The Netherlands

Jaap van den Hoek, INRIX, Germany

Maarten Clements, TomTom, The Netherlands

Tjibbe Gaastra, HERE, Germany

Jeroen Brouwer, TomTom, The Netherlands

TOPIC 1. From standalone to connected to automated 09:00 - 10:30 (Theatre 2)

Automated driving will change mobility tremendously. The interaction between

driver and vehicle is a key issue when designing functions with different degrees of

automation. This session will show state-of-the-art findings on the driver-vehicle

dialogue. Applications for automated driving functions in close-distance, urban

and motorway scenarios will be presented. Achievements in communications

and a preliminary definition of legal and regulatory aspects related to automated

driving complete the list of topics. The session will refer to examples from the

European research projects AdaptIVe and AutoNet2030. Interactive discussions

among the panel members and the audience will follow the presentations.

Organiser

Aria Etemad, Volkswagen Group Research,

Germany

Moderator

Angelos Amditis, Institute of Communication

and Computer Systems - ICCS, Greece

Speakers

Ruth Madigan, University of Leeds, United

Kingdom

Markus Hahn, Daimler AG, Germany

Luisa Andreone, Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.p.A.

-CRF, Italy

Jochen Feldle, University of Würzburg, Germany

Dennis Forsberg, SCANIA, Sweden

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CP1 - Network management and optimisation

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 11:00 - 12:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-CP0140 - Building a Video-Optimized Network for a Major Tramway

Gareth Imms, Moxa Europe GmbH, Germany

EU-CP0016 - Traffic Management 3.0 – Progress towards Utopia?

Jeroen Brouwer, TomTom, The Netherlands

EU-CP0136 - Real-time safety alerts for severe weather and jam tails

Maarten Clements, TomTom, The Netherlands

EU-CP0181 - Kapsch e-Vignette Solution

Christoph Amlacher, Kapsch TrafficCom AG, Austria

EU-CP0254 - Stereoscopic axle detection

Björn Crona, Kapsch TrafficCom, Sweden

EU-TP0300 - ITS to reduce CO2 emissions: Ecomobility THW Project

Etienne Chevreau, Thales, France

EU-CP0316 - WIM as enhancement to CVE and Cabotage in Europe

Stefan F.A. Daxberger, Kapsch TrafficCom AG, Austria

CP2 - Towards integrated services

Moderator

David Hytch

Parkgate Consultants

United Kingdom

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TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 14:00 - 15:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-CP0301 - Ylläs Mobility as a Service (MaaS) Project

Alina Kostela, Finnish Transport Agency, Finland

EU-CP0148 - Delivering Multi-Modal Transport Management during Major Sporting Events

David Bonn, Bonn Business Solutions Ltd, Scotland

EU-CP0159 - ITS seamless applications in the Baltics, Poland and Belarus

Roman Himmler, Kapsch TrafficCom AG, Austria

EU-CP0092 - The Promise of Intermodal Transport

Rob Martinez, Sierra Wireless, Canada

EU-CP0244 - Developing Mobility as a service (MaaS) model in Seinäjoki, Finland

Joni Tefke, Sito Oy, Finland

EU-CP0233 - Impact of the digital transformation on multimodal travel behaviour

Manfred Bock, T-Systems International gmbh, Germany

EU-CP0237 - New technology reduces employee commuting costs

Yaron Ofek, Moovex, Israel

Moderator

David Hytch

Parkgate Consultants

United Kingdom

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Thursday 9 June Wednesday 8 June

CP3 - Innovative services

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 16:00 - 17:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-CP0001 - Privacy in a fast evolving Location Technology Industry

Jeroen Brouwer, TomTom, The Netherlands

EU-CP0026 - OBU based payment for McDrive® service

Pedro Sobral, Brisa Innovation, Portugal

EU-CP0031 - Commercial success through a period of political and technical change

Chris Lane, Centro (West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority), United Kingdom

EU-CP0070 - A user centric development of a handheld DSRC transceiver

Øyvind Standal, Q-Free, Norway

EU-CP0078 - Exploring VAS as an enabler for ETC

Justin Hamilton, PTOLEMUS Consulting Group, United Kingdom

EU-CP0093 - Capturing the Usage-Based Insurance Opportunity

Rob Martinez, Sierra Wireless, France

EU-TP0106 - Automatic Cycle and Pedestrian Monitoring (Including Protecting Vulnerable Road Users)

Andy Lees, Q-Free TDC, United Kingdom

EU-CP0133 - NextTraffic Enterprise Cloud Hosting cost model for TM service

Chris Bax, Cubic Transportation Systems, United Kingdom

CP4 - Smart Cities Smart Vehicles

Moderator

David Hytch

Parkgate Consultants

United Kingdom

TOPIC 2. Bringing services to users 09:00 - 10:30 (Theatre 1)

EU-CP0035 - Aurora - the World´s First Arctic Intelligent Transport Testing Area

Reija Viinanen, Fell Lapland Business Services, Finland

EU-CP0131 - Smart Vehicle Categorisation Technologies

Oleksandra Zozulia, SURVISION, FRANCE

EU-CP0187 - WiSAM: Prevent Drunk Driving Fatalities and Get Home Safely

Hugo Hanselmann, HuHeHa bvba, Belgium

EU-CP0189 - Real Time Traffic Models for a Smart City

Luca Paone, PTV Group, Italia

EU-CP0202 - Triggering a new driverless transportation system.

Damien Declercq, Local Motors, Germany

EU-CP0240 - Intelligent Parking - Where ITS and Smart Cities unite

Priscilla Boyd, SIEMENS, United Kingdom

EU-CP0338 - Securing the Connected Car

Andrew Birnie, NXP Semiconductors, UK

Moderator

Eric Louette

French Ministry -

Ecology and sustainable

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Standards Across the Entire C-ITS Architecture: An Opportunity

for Input with Harmonization Task Group 7

A set of presentation and discussion sessions to gain input on the work-in-progress

to identify a complete set of C-ITS standards necessary to support an operational

C-ITS environment. We will discuss the methodology for identify standards and gaps;

discuss communication profiles; and ask questions to gain feedback and expert input.

There is also a continuation of this meeting on Wednesday 8 June at 15:00-17:30

in Room 7&8 (access via back of Exhibition hall near catering area, via door 4.4,

and go up to first floor).

Website link: Please email your interest and/or questions to: HTG7@dot.gov

Event Organiser: Suzanne Sloan E: Suzanne.Sloan@dot.gov

and Wolfgang Hoefs E: wolfgang.hoefs@ec.europa.eu

5G pushing the limits of innovation in Automotive

Automated driving, one of the major technology breakthroughs with a potential to

create a lot of innovation in several industry sectors will be strongly relying on cutting

edge performance of the future 5G mobile networks. Beyond presenting an

insight into 5G the workshop aims at providing views concerning the new opportunities

and the specific needs of the automotive sector concerning the 5G networks.

The first session will present the main principles and features of 5G explaining as

well how the Telecommunication industry will shape this next generation network.

The second session will specifically focus on the Automotive sectors, dealing with

the key automotive applications and requirements expected to foster the deployment

of 5G networks.

A panel session will allow participants to ask questions to the experts.

Website link: https://5g-ppp.eu/

Organiser: François Fischer, ERTICO – ITS Europe

E: f.fischer@mail.ertico.com T: +32 (0) 2 400 07 96

Monday 6 June

08:30 – 14:30

Location: SECC

Room: Alsh 1 (ground floor)

Tuesday 7 June

14:00–17:30

Location: SECC

Room 10 (access via back of

Exhibition hall near catering

area, via door 4.4, and go up to

first floor.)

Jupiter training session for ITS developers

Galileo and EGNOS: key advantages for ITS applications provided by the European

Navigation Systems.

Tutorial for ITS developers: the JUPITER project offers some tutorials tailored for

ITS application developers. The training will provide an overview on the most relevant

aspects of European GNSS – EGNSS technology. The focus will be on the new

European satellite navigation system Galileo, on the EGNOS augmentation system

and on the impact of satellite navigation technology on the ITS domain including

its evolutions (autonomous/ connected vehicles).

The JUPITER training sessions will be provided by GNSS experts from some of the

most relevant competence centres on GNSS technology in Europe: Istituto Superiore

Mario Boella (Italy), GNSS Usage Innovation and Development of Excellence

(France), Thales Alenia Space France (France). All the experts have a strong background

both from the scientific and industrial point of view and will explain how

GNSS and EGNSS technologies will improve the way ITS developers create and

manage ITS applications.

Website link: http://jupiter-egnss-its.eu/training-sessions-2016/

Event Organiser: Gianluca Marucco, ISMB E: marucco@ismb.it

Wednesday 8 June

9:00–15:40

Location: Campanile Hotel

Room: Monet

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Jupiter training session for ITS Local Authorities and Officers

Galileo and EGNOS: key advantages for ITS applications provided by the European

Navigation Systems.

Tutorial for ITS Local Authorities and Officers: The JUPITER project will offer

two tutorials tailored for local administrators and officers. The training will provide

an overview on the most relevant aspects of European GNSS – EGNSS technology.

The focus will be on the difference between the already existing navigation systems,

such as GPS, and the new European systems Galileo and EGNOS. Particular attention

will be given on how the European technology can help local administrators to

set up innovative, efficient and cost-effective ITS applications. The training session

will be an important occasion for local administrators and purchasers to gain new

skills to really understand the different aspects of the satellite navigation technology

for the ITS.

The JUPITER training sessions will be provided by GNSS experts from some of the

most relevant competence centres on GNSS technology in Europe: Istituto Superiore

Mario Boella (Italy), GNSS Usage Innovation and Development of Excellence (France),

Thales Alenia Space France (France). All the experts have a strong background both

from the scientific and industrial point of view and will explain how GNSS and EGNSS

technologies will improve the way ITS developers create and manage ITS applications

Website link: http://jupiter-egnss-its.eu/training-sessions-2016/

Event Organiser: Gianluca Marucco, ISMB E: marucco@ismb.it

EU EIP Workshop: ITS deployment on European road

transport corridors – bringing perspectives together

The preliminary findings from a recent (and still ongoing) survey carried out within

the EU EIP project (within the CEF ITS program) show that ITS investments in general

follow from local decisions based on local needs. How can then a European road

transport corridor perspective be strengthened to influence local decisions? How

can local decisions be made to take into account the needs experienced on a corridor

level? The workshop will discuss how these two perspectives can be brought

together, and will include presentations and discussions on the subject.

Website link: https://www.its-platform.eu/

Register: Please email Jonas Sundberg, SWECO E: Jonas.sundberg@sweco.se

Event Organiser: Jonas Sundberg, SWECO E: Jonas.sundberg@sweco.se

DORA: Door to Door Information for Airports and Airlines

DORA – Door to Door Information for Airports and Airlines – Creating real-time

routing service to reduce travel time of air passengers – Open discussion on technical

and legal requirements. The workshop will include presentations from DORA

project partners and guests on the overall project approach in its first half, followed

by a moderated open discussion, aiming at exchange of views among the workshop

participants. The DORA project will ensure online follow-up of the discussion

after the event.

Website link: https://dora-project.eu/

Event Organisers: Halid Hrasnica E: hrasnica@eurescom.eu

and Antero Kutvonen E: Antero.Kutvonen@lut.fi

Wednesday 8 June

16:10–17:40

Location: Campanile Hotel

Room: Monet

Wednesday 8 June

10:40 – 12:30

Location: SECC

Room: 9 (via back of Exhibition

hall)

Wednesday 8 June

14:00–16:00

Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel

Room: Hebrides

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ASSOCIATED

EVENTS

OPTICTIES Tutorial session

The OPTICITIES tutorial session focusses on the real world outputs of partner cities

in the creation and use of multimodal datasets and proactive traffic management

decision support tools that exploit new traffic prediction techniques and how they

translate into driver assist services. The second OPTICTIES tutorial session aims to

bring together European cities and ITS practitioners to share knowledge on the

challenges and benefits of smart mobility for municipalities. Through interactive

sessions, our experts will discuss the OPTICITIES experience with multimodal urban

navigators, traffic prediction tools and connecting mobility apps to in-car systems.

Website link: http://www.opticities.com/

Event Organiser: Peter Staelens E: peter.staelens@eurocities.eu

and Manuela Flachi, ERTICO-ITS Europe

E: m.flachi@mail.ertico.com

Wednesday 8 June

14:00–17:30

Location: SECC

Room: 10 (access via back of

Exhibition hall near catering

area, via door 4.4, and go up to

first floor.)

The European Commission is organising on their

stand (B40) the following sessions:

10.30 – 11.15 eCall

Tuesday 7 June

12.30 – 13.30 Road Automation

15.30 – 16.15 Intelligent Truck parking

17.00 – 18.00 ITS Corridor Approach

10.30 – 11.15 C-ITS

Wednesday 8 June

12.30 – 13.30 Smart Cities and Multimodal Travel Information Services

15.30 – 16.15 Real Time Traffic Information Services

17.30 – 18.30 STRIA – Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda

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DEMONSTRATIONS

Demonstrations at the ITS Congress Glasgow 2016

In order to register for demonstrations delegates should go initially

to the Demonstration Desk at the main registration area outside

the exhibition Hall (Hall 4) where they will be directed to either

the static demonstrators within the Exhibition Hall or be given a

time slot for the outside demonstrators.

There are 4 demonstrators at this year’s European ITS Congress

in Glasgow.

Two of the Demonstrations are housed within the Main Exhibition

Hall 4. These are Mott MacDonald’s Highways’ Maintenance

Access Vehicle on Stand P48, and the University of Strathclyde and

Censis’ Pollution Monitoring Vehicle on Stand D75. The remaining

two mobile demonstrations will be held outside the SECC.

The first is a Demonstration by Satellite Applications Catapult,

which will show the use of satellite communications and tracking

on vehicles and will be stationed immediately outside the entrance

at the SECC.

The other outside demonstration is by Dynniq and Geoloc and will

demonstrate the GLOSA (Green Light Optimal Speed Advice) and

Geoloc’s Compass 4D systems for Cargo Transport Optimisation

running live on the street network of traffic signals outside the

SECC itself. A demonstration vehicle will pick delegates up at

the SECC Pick Up point and take them around the network

demonstrating the facilities available.

Demonstration Location Registration Required Schedule

Dynniq

GLOSA and

CO-GISTICS

(GEOLOC SYSTEMS)

Street Network

Outside SECC

Yes

Tuesday and Wednesday

10:30-17:00

Thursday

10:30-12:30

Satellite

Applications

Catapult

Outside SECC,

Stand E20

Yes

Tuesday and Wednesday

10:30-17:00

Thursday

10:30-12:30

Mott MacDonald

Maintenance Access

Vehicle (MAV)

Stand P48 No Monday

18.00 - 20:00

Tuesday and Wednesday

09:00 - 17:30

Thursday

09:00 - 15:00

University of Strathclyde

Pollution Monitoring

Vehicle

Stand D75 No Monday

18.00 - 20:00

Tuesday and Wednesday

09:00 - 17:30

Thursday

09:00 - 15:00

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DEMONSTRATIONS

Where it comes to life

The main theme of the ITS Glasgow Congress is ‘Delivering Future Cities Now’ and Glasgow is keen to demonstrate the successful

implementations of ITS throughout Europe. The 2016 ITS European Congress will focus on the use of data from a variety of sources

which when compared can provide a more informed and integrated choice to the travelling public. The demonstrations will emphasise

proven deployed ITS solutions and innovative research and development systems.

The demonstration area at the Congress is immediately adjacent to the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) on the

picturesque banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow.

Green Light Optimal Speed Advice (GLOSA), Dynniq

The Dynniq demonstration is of an Infrastructure to Vehicle connected vehicle service delivered

via 4G communications to an on-board unit and displayed on an application in a Dynniq branded

car. The demonstration site is a network of 5 traffic signal junctions close to the ITS Europe 2016

Congress venue. GLASGLOSA takes traffic signal status information from Glasgow City Council’s

Traffic Management System (TMS) SCOOT (Split Cycle Offset Optimisation Technique) system and

delivers a GLOSA (Green Light Optimal Speed Advice) service to the app. It is not a permanent

test site, and the service will only be operational between 09:30 and 15:30 during the ITS Europe

Congress. At any time during the demonstration Glasgow City Council will be able to override

the signal operation at the junction for operational reasons. GLOSA will also be presented by

CO-GISTICS, this demo is presented in a second car, alongside another CIP project C-ITS service:

Cargo Transport Optimisation. GEOLOC SYSTEMS is going to adapt its GLOSA application with

a connection to the SPAT/MAP server and propose its version of the CO-GISTICS speed advice

application. Cargo transport optimisation will be added to the demo by integrating these services

to the GLOSA interface. The driver will receive and send information concerning the delivery and

pick up of goods. He will also have access to the HERE navigation tool and an optimisation of

customs management. This collaboration between 2 service providers with the precious help of

Glasgow city will demonstrate interoperability of C-ITS services using 4G communication.

Location:

Pick up at front of SECC

With the participation of:

Satellite Applications Catapult – Seamless Communications for Professional Users

Communications is critical to safety, security and commercial services in ITS – and in particular to

professional users such as the emergency services. This demo will show continuity of service for

voice, video and data services over satellite and terrestrial communications technologies.

Location:

Outside SECC, Stand E20

This demonstration highlights:

• Independent and localised communication for rich applications/ services

• Resilient V2I communications between multiple vehicles

and the control centre (infrastructure)

• Combined and intelligent use of terrestrial and satellite communication

• High technology readiness level - using commercial off-theshelf equipment

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DEMONSTRATIONS

Maintenance Assistance Vehicle (MAV), Mott MacDonald

Advanced Motorway Indicators (AMIs), supporting Highways England’s Smart Motorway schemes,

present numerous maintenance challenges. The use of super-span gantries do not allow access,

meaning maintenance activities are not only time consuming and resource intensive, but also

require extensive traffic management which is disruptive to network reliability. Mott MacDonald,

as principal contractor for Highways England, has developed the Maintenance Assistance Vehicle

(MAV) with the support of Simulation Systems Limited (SSL) and specialist vehicle manufacturer

Emtek Services.

Location:

Stand P48

The MAV reduces AMI swap out times, reduces resource

requirements and improves roadworker safety.

with the participation of our

supply chain partners:

Working on behalf of:

SSL

Highway

Control

Systems

‘Sensing the City’ project, a mobile sensor Network, The University of Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde Institute for Future City in partnership with CENSIS (Innovation

Centre for Sensor and Imaging Systems) and Glasgow City Council (Future Cities Demonstrator)

will showcase the ‘Sensing the City’ project, an innovative project that is developing a low cost

mobile sensor network that complements static sensing, with the ability to utilise transport systems

as a dynamic sensing network. The prototype focusses on distributed environmental sensing

using vehicles as a mobile platform. These sensors monitor and record; Carbon Monoxide (CO),

Nitric Oxide (NO), Nitric Dioxide (NO2), Particle Matter, temperature, humidity and pressure and

Ozone (O3). The data is uploaded to a cloud database in near real-time and presented in an easy

to understand web application, allowing stakeholders to access information, understand and

take action if necessary.

Location:

Stand D75

ASSET International assists Satellite Applications Demonstration

The ASSET International M.A.S.S. base unit is a steel barrier consisting of hot dip galvanized

elements powder coated in highly visible safety colours. Individual base units are 150 cm long

x 50 cm wide x 42 cm high. Each unit links together via vertical pins. The various M.A.S.S. top

sections can be added as specific jobs demand. Specially adapted units enable the system to

rotate through 180°. SITE GUARD provides a

safe and secure working environment around

airport terminals, buildings and roads. Where

passengers must follow designated path ways,

high visibility VISIRAIL and PEDESTRIAN GUARD

guides. SCREEN GUARD is the ideal choice on

sites where excessive noise could be a problem

and where screening of car parks or storage yards

is essential.

Location:

Outside SECC, Stand

P106

Site Guard

Pedestrian Guard

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TECHNICAL VISITS

Glasgow Riverside Museum and Tall Ship

The Riverside Museum: The multi-award winning Riverside

Museum is home to over 3,000 objects that detail

Glasgow’s rich past from its days as maritime powerhouse

to a glimpse into daily Glasgow life in the early to mid-20th

Century. Amongst the objects on display are everything

from skateboards to locomotives, paintings to prams, velocipedes

to voiturettes, vintage cars to a stormtrooper, there

really is something to delight visitors of all ages. Riverside

is home to some of the world’s finest cars, bicycles, ship

models, trams and locomotives. Interactive displays and

the hugely popular historic Glasgow street scene bring

the objects and stories to life.

The Glenlee Tall Ship: The Clyde Maritime Trust owns

the barque Glenlee, the principal exhibit at The Tall Ship

at the Riverside Museum. Of the many hundreds of ships

built in Glasgow’s shipyards, the Glenlee is one of only

five Clyde built tall ships still afloat in the world today and

she is the only one of her kind in the UK. The Tall Ship

operates a programme of year-round maritime themed

events and activities, with specially devised talks and tours,

school visits and costumed volunteer days. Explore every

nook and cranny of the Glenlee, including the refurbished

Captain’s cabin, with our brand new audio guide facility, a

fun way to learn the history of the ship. Visit the mini cinema

and under 5’s play area in the cargo hold, take part

in our mouse hunt and put your questions to our working

ship’s crew. They also have a souvenir gift shop and

coffee shop on board.

Tuesday 7 June

09:30-12:30

Max Participants per

visit: 30

£20.00 excl. VAT

Visit to Transport Scotland’s National Control Centre

The innovative Traffic Scotland National Control Centre

(TSNCC) and co-located Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC)

Contact and Education Centre (CEC) has been collaboratively

designed to provide state of the art facilities that

support the provision of new and enhanced service delivery

to many customers. The focus of the Traffic Scotland service,

as delivered from the TSNCC, is to proactively collect

information about the status of the Trunk Road network

and share information as widely as possible to enable customers

to make informed decisions about their journey. The

CEC provides focal point for on-going community engagement

and an education facility during the construction of

the Queensferry Crossing (FRC). Details about the TSNCC

and Traffic Scotland Service will be provided on the bus

trip. The visit at the TSNCC/CEC will last approximately

two hours and will comprise of presentations relating the

Traffic Scotland Service and the construction of the Forth

Replacement Crossing. A tour of the TSNCC Control Centre

will be included.

Tuesday 7 June

12:00-16:00

Max Participants per

visit: 40

Lunch will be provided

during the tour

Visit: www.transport.

gov.scot/road/planyour-journey

or

www.transport.gov.

scot/project/forthreplacement-crossing/

about-frc-project#its

£20.00 excl. VAT

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TECHNICAL VISITS

Visit to Fastlink, Rapid Transport Project

Fastlink is the infrastructure to support a high-quality,

attractive and affordable bus route and a credible alternative

to the car. It will utilise the city centre’s main bus

corridors to improve journey times and options for further

travel. Delegates will travel along the high quality bus corridor

to the newly opened Royal Queen Elizabeth University

Hospital to view the travel facilities at the transport hub.

Tuesday 7 June

14:00-15:30

Max Participants per

visit: 40

£20.00 excl. VAT

Visit to First Glasgow’s Caledonia Bus Facility

Home to over 400 buses, the Caledonia Depot is the largest

bus depot in the UK. Delegates will be given a tour of

the depot’s operating and engineering functions, as well

as the First Bus Scottish Regional Repair Centre.

Wednesday 8

June 9:30-11:30

Participants per visit

Min: 10

Max: 20

£20,00 excl VAT

Glasgow City Council Technical Visit: Glasgow Operations Centre

The Glasgow Operations Centre (GCO) is a state-of-the-art

integrated traffic and public safety management control

room. Created with the aid of the Innovate UK funding,

the new centre brings together Traffic Management and

Public Space CCTV systems, security for the city council’s

museums and art galleries and Police Intelligence.

The facility has the capability to provide a co-ordinated,

real-time, intelligence-led response to incidents large and

small across the city, placing Glasgow at the leading edge of

smart city management. This was particularly useful during

the Commonwealth Games in 2014 where the Transport

Co-ordination Centre was located.

As well as being home to the Council’s Urban Traffic Management

and Control systems, the GOC will also allow

Video analytics to be used as a pivotal tool and additional

intelligence source for public safety. This emerging technology

provides Operations Centre operators with alerts as

situations and events unfold. Resulting in improved, more

informed, decision-making, earlier intervention and reaction

to events.

Promoting a safer and sustainable environment, intelligence

from the Operations Centre will be managed and mapped

to monitor and measure a range of indicators showing its

impact and value on behalf of Glasgow’s residents, businesses,

visitors and stakeholders.

Wednesday 8

June 13:30-15:15

Max Participants per

visit: 20

No photography is

allowed within the

GOC

£20,00 excl VAT

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SOCIAL TOURS

Discover Scotland Tours

Our friendly team has worked for some of the biggest names in business

- delivering world class service for world class companies.

We are experienced in supplying people transport solutions for airport

transfers, hospitality events, conferences, AGMs and other key corporate

calendar activities. Whether you require chauffeur driven cars for CEOs,

guest speakers and VIPs or executive people carriers and mini-coaches for

small groups we can meet all the unique demands of your corporate event.

Discover Scotland on a private guided tour through some of the most

spectacular scenery in the world or alternatively why not visit one of the

many whisky distilleries which will leave a lasting memory with your clients.

Category: Travel and Transport

Address: Pavilion 3, Suite 5, St James

Business Park, 81 Linwood Road, UK,

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e: michael@discoverscotlandtours.com

w: www.discoverscotlandtours.com

Contact: Michael Colhoun, Director

Open Road Scotland Tours

Private guided group tours and executive transport service. Open Road

Scotland specialise in providing unforgettable tour experiences, which allow

guests to experience the majestic beauty and scenery of Scotland, and

the world-class visitor attractions that this stunning country has to offer.

Your group tour can be tailor made to your requirements. One-day and

multiple-day options include scenic tours, gourmet food tours, castle tours,

whisky tours, distillery tours, film location tours, golf itineraries and more.

Executive transport options including chauffeur drive can be provided.

Contact the team at Open Road Scotland with your requirements and

they will ensure an unforgettable experience for your group. You are

ensured a professional booking and payment process and provided with

a full itinerary delivered by professional driver guides in high-end vehicles.

Category: Travel and Transport

Address: Unit 12, Airlink Industrial

Estate, Inchinnan Road, UK, Paisley,

PA3 2RS

t: +44 (0) 141 634 8444

e: info@openroadtours.co.uk

w: www.openroadtours.co.uk

Contact: Andrew McCluskey, Owner

Rabbie’s Small Group Tours

Our Tours

We offer day trips out of the city to places such as Loch Lomond, the

Highlands, Stirling and Oban to experience Scotland’s stunning scenery

and visit waterfalls, castles & whisky distilleries. Longer tours for delegates

extending their stay in Scotland cover much of the Highlands and Islands

including Skye, Inverness and the Outer Hebrides.

For Conference Organisers

As well as arranging specific tour programmes for delegates and partners

we can white page our regular tour programme into your website. This

gives maximum convenience and flexibility for your delegates for minimal

effort on your part. We handle all aspects of the booking and payment

process and then deliver a top quality product. And of course all our

vehicles are available for private tours and transfers.

Category: Travel and Transport

Address: 6 Waterloo Place, UK,

Edinburgh, EH1 3EG

t: +44 (0) 131 226 3133

e: laura@rabbies.com

w: www.rabbies.com

Contact: Laura Vass, UK & Ireland

Business Development

Timberbush Tours

From transfers and site inspections, to conference programmes and

transport for corporate hospitality events, Timberbush Corporate

continues to provide creative transport services for a growing number

of corporate clients.

Our contemporary, air-conditioned and fully double-glazed Mercedes

mini and midi coaches provide the highest standards of comfort, whilst

our experienced, professional drivers and guides provide the highest

level of personal service.

Category: Travel and Transport

Address: : 555 Castle Hill, The Royal

Mile, UK, Edinburgh, EH1 2ND

t: +44 (0) 141 226 6066

e: amy@timberbushtours.com

w: www.timberbushtours.com

Contact: Amy Wiseman, Marketing &

Business Development Manager

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Delivering World Class

Intelligent Transport Systems

Amey is one of today’s leading engineering consultants and public services

providers, managing the vital infrastructure that we all rely on.

We help some of the world’s biggest asset owners to better understand

their infrastructure so they can make smart long-term decisions.

Because we operate and maintain assets we understand the longterm

impact of our strategic advice and design solutions. From concept

to delivery, we offer intelligent solutions grounded in reality.

Our ITS capability covers the whole-lifecycle, from feasibility and design, through

implementation, maintenance and operational support to decommissioning.

intelligent.infrastructure@amey.co.uk

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SOCIAL EVENTS

Welcome Reception

Monday 6 June

This networking experience is included in

your registration fee and we kindly ask

you to register for it.

Immediately after the Opening Ceremony and Session, you as well as

your accompanying person(s) are cordially invited to the Welcome Civic

Reception taking place in the Exhibition Area in the Hall 4. The Reception

is hosted by the The Rt Hon The Lord Provost Councillor Sadie Docherty

and Glasgow City Council. This is an excellent opportunity to meet all

your ITS Colleagues and network with our sponsors as well as exhibitors.

Scottish Evening at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Wednesday 8 June

You can book your place for this

networking evening during the

registration for a fee of £85. The fee is

inclusive of a dinner, entertainment and

transport from the SECC to the venue.

The magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum will be the stunning

location for the Scottish Evening of ITS Glasgow 2016 on Wednesday

8 June. This prestigious venue will offer to all participants a unique

opportunity for networking at a walking dinner, combining culture and

fine cuisine in one of the city’s most spectacular settings. Kelvingrove Art

Gallery and Museum houses one of Europe’s great art Collections, which

can be viewed by guests during the evening. The Museum is amongst

the top three free-to-enter visitor attractions in Scotland and one of the

most visited museums in the United Kingdom outside London.

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General information

Time

Glasgow is located on the UTC/GMT +0 and will be in

Daylight Saving Time during the 11th ITS European Congress.

Currency

Please note that the currency used in Glasgow and the whole

of United Kingdom is the pound (£). Should you not have

time to exchange your local currency for euros, there are

exchange bureaus at the airport as well as ATM machines

conveniently located throughout the city.

To find out the latest exchange rate, please go to

www.xe.com before you travel.

Electricity

Glasgow standard voltage is 230 volts and the standard

frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are

of type G. Delegates travelling from most of the European

Countries will require an adaptor. Please note that adaptors

can be bought at all large supermarkets, airports and

electrical stores.

Internet access

Wireless internet is available throughout the entire venue.

Language

The official language of the Congress is English. All spoken

presentations, printed material and online information will

be available in English only.

Insurance and Security

Please note that attendees are requested to wear their badge

for admission at all times. Any lost badge will incur a £ 45,00

fee. Please, do not leave your bags or coats unattended. A

cloakroom will be at your disposal. There will be regular

badge control throughout the congress.

Climate

Glasgow’s weather is mainly mild, with an average maximum

temperature of 17˚C and a minimum of 7˚C. There is usually

a 20% chance of rain at the time of year. Wear comfortable

clothing for everyday wear, with layers to account for the

fluctuating temperature.

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General information

Travel by Air

Glasgow Airport is located just 8 miles from the heart of

the city and serves as the principal gateway to the West

of Scotland.

You can travel to the city centre by taxi, shuttle and bus.

The bus departs daily every ten minutes from the front of

the terminal building.

By Public transport

Glasgow is a compact and walkable city. Built on a grid

system, it is easy to navigate on foot or by public transport.

Subway

Scotland's only Subway system's circular route is a fast and

efficient way to travel around, particularly in the city centre,

west end and south side areas. Operating hours are Mon to

Sat 6:30am - 11:30pm; Sun 10am - 6pm

For information the Subway, please visit their website

(http://www.spt.co.uk).

Trains

Glasgow Central Station links Glasgow by rail to the South.

Glasgow Queen Street Station operates routes mainly to

Edinburgh, the North of the city and Northern Scotland.

Buses

Over the past 10 years, First Bus Glasgow have invested

over £100 million in new buses and technology for the

Greater Glasgow network and they now operate over 100

routes across the city.

McGill’s is Scotland’s largest independently owned bus

company. They provide a range of services and routes that

serve Glasgow city centre including the SECC & SSE Hydro,

the new South Glasgow Hospitals, Glasgow Science Centre,

Argyle Street and more.

For information on the buses, please visit their website

(http://www.spt.co.uk).

By Car

Scotland has an extensive motorway road network.

Glasgow is linked to Edinburgh with the M8, England on

the M74, Stirling with the M80 and the West Coast of

Scotland with the M77.

The city's venues and hotels are comfortably accessed by

road and the SECC is located just off the M8 motorway.

An hourly fee will be charged. Visitors can either prepay

after arrival or pay before exiting.

By sea

Travelling by ferry from the major ports of Belfast and Larne

to Cairnryan or Troon in the southwest of Scotland is a

popular option for visitors from Ireland. The ferries on these

routes are modern and well-equipped and sail several times

daily. Crossing times are between 1 and 2 hours, depending

on the route and service.

The port of Troon in Ayrshire is approximately 35 miles from

Glasgow while Loch Ryan Port, Cairnryan in Dumfries &

Galloway is around 80 miles away. Both enjoy good road,

rail and bus links with Glasgow.

Taxis

Glasgow Taxis operate 5 and 6-seater "black cabs" in

and around the city. If their yellow light is on they can

be flagged down on the street, or alternatively call

+44 (0) 141 429 70 70 to book.

Glasgow Taxis are pleased to extend an offer to conference

delegates, helping to save on your journey between Glasgow

Airport and Glasgow City Centre.

Pre book your taxi using code CM7 form journeys from

Glasgow Airport to the City Centre or code CM5 from the

City Centre to Glasgow Airport to receive the delegate

discount offer.

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GENERAL

INFORMATION

Travel tips to the ITS Congress in Glasgow

Arriving by air

Do not assume that you must arrive at Glasgow Airport,

but if you do, there is a fast and cost effective direct bus

link serving all parts of the centre of the city, departing

and arriving outside the terminal building. Service 500 runs

24 hours a day and takes about 15 minutes with a good

frequency throughout the day. See http://www.firstgroup.

com/greater-glasgow/routes-and-maps/glasgow-airportshuttle-service-500.

Tickets can be bought at the tourist

information desk at domestic arrivals at the airport or from

the driver on the bus.

If you have the option of a direct flight to Glasgow

Prestwick, there is a direct rail link to central Glasgow taking

about an hour from plane to the city centre. This compares

favourably with changing planes elsewhere, and Glasgow

Prestwick has many low cost flights.

If you have the option of a direct flight to Edinburgh

Airport but not to Glasgow, it is again well worth taking this

option rather than changing planes elsewhere, avoiding the

risk of lost luggage and missed connections. From Edinburgh

Airport you can ride the new tram to Edinburgh Waverley

Station and take a train to central Glasgow. The tram takes

about half an hour and the train, about an hour. Tickets for

the tram are on sale from machines at the tram stop outside

the airport terminal building, and tickets for the train are

bought in the usual way at Edinburgh Waverley station.

The overall extra time spent getting to central Glasgow

from Edinburgh Airport as opposed to Glasgow Airport is

about an hour, comparing well with the time and stress of

connecting flights.

There’s also the option to use the Citylink Air service which

runs from the airport to Glasgow http://www.citylink.co.uk/

citylinkair.php

Arriving by train

There is a direct, fast train from London Euston Station to

Glasgow Central Station, taking about 4 ½ hours. This offers

an alternative to flying from London which enables you to

work and relax in a way which a change of flights will not,

and deposits you in central Glasgow with no need for further

transfers. The couple of hours nearest to Glasgow are also

very scenic. If you arrive from Paris, Lille or Brussels on the

Eurostar, you arrive at St Pancras Station which is a ten

minute walk from Euston Station. If you fly into Heathrow,

Gatwick or Stansted, you should allow about 90 minutes

from the plane to Euston Station (that assumes you take

the more expensive Heathrow Express if you are landing

there, it will be two hours if you use the Underground.) If

you are lucky enough to fly into London City, that is about

45 minutes from Euston Station. You should book tickets

in advance for the train to Glasgow, this can cut the cost

by 75% or more.

Getting around central Glasgow by bus

and train

The centre of the city and the Congress venue are linked

by a direct metro train. You can buy tickets at the metro

train stations. The Congress venue is also served by

buses (add numbers and what it will say on the blind,

ie the direction of the bus) Service 100 runs direct to

the SECC from the city centre and uses electric vehicles

http://www.spt.co.uk/cms/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/

Service-100-Riversider1.pdf and the Stagecoach X19

Fastlink BRT service runs near to the SECC https://www.

stagecoachbus.com/routes/west-scotland/x19/newsouth-glasgow-hospitals-new-south-glasgow-hospitals/

xtax019.o

See Traveline Scotland http://www.travelinescotland.com/ or

download the Traveline Scotland app for more information

on bus routes and frequency. You can buy bus tickets on

the buses.

Cycle hire scheme in Glasgow

Glasgow is not entirely flat and it does occasionally rain,

but you may still wish to travel the healthy way and use the

City’s bike hire scheme.

If you have a Congress Delegate Travel Pass, this covers the

ScotRail train network, Glasgow Subway and most local bus

services (including the Glasgow Airport Shuttle) – see http://

www.spt.co.uk/travelcards/zonecard/ (All Zone tickets will

be issued TS/GCC to confirm)

Be a careful pedestrian – look both ways every time,

the driving on the left thing takes more than a week

to get used to!

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CONGRESS &

EXHIBITION VENUE

Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC)

The Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC) is the

perfect location for any event. It's superbly situated in Glasgow,

Scotland's largest and most exciting city. The Centre

provides a wide range of conference, exhibition and concert

facilities along with a 4 star hotel - all under one roof.

Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC)

Glasgow G3 8YW

United Kingdom

Loch Suite

The Opening Ceremony, the Closing Ceremony and the Plenaries

are taking place in this area.

In the Loch Suite you will also find the following Session

Rooms: Lomond, Alsh, Boisdale Leven, Carron, Dochart,

Morar, Ness.

The Exhibition is taking place in Hall 4.

In Hall 4 you can also access the following Session Rooms:

ITS Forum, Theatre 1, Theatre 2.

On the Mezzanine of the Loch Suite is located the Speaker

Ready Room.

Key

Male toilet

Female toilet

Disabled toilet

Baby changing

Cash machine

Cloakroom

Medical Centre

Information

Food & Drink

Door 3.3

Door 3.3

Door 4.3

Door 4.2

Door 4.3

Door 4.2

Door 4.4

Door 4.4

Door 5.1

Door 5.1

SSE

HYDRO

LEVEL 1

Katrine

Katrine

Leven

Leven

Morar

Morar

Ness

Ness

Concourse

Concourse

Mezzanine

Mezzanine

Carron 1

Carron 2

Escalator

Escalator

Door 3.1 Door 3.2

Door 3.1 Door 3.2

Door 3B

Door 3B

Door 3A

Door 3A

Door 4E

Door 4D

Door 4E

Door 4C

Door 4D

Door 4B

Door 4C

Shop

Door 4A

Door 4B

Door 5B

Door 4A

Deli/Bakery

Registration area

Door 5A

Shop

Deli/Bakery

Door 5B

Door 5.3 Door 5.2

Reception

Door 5A

VIP

Box

Lifts &

Escalators

Door 5.2

Door 5.3

Reception

Lifts

Escalat

Lomond

Auditorium

Dochart 2

Carron 1

Lomond

Auditorium

Dochart 1

Carron 2

Door 2B

Door 2A

Door 2B

Door 2A

Alsh 1

Box

Office

Alsh 2

Etive

Fyne

Escalator

Alsh 1

Box

Office

Alsh 2

Etive

ClydeBuilt

Bar & Kitchen

Escalator

ClydeBuilt

Bar & Kitchen

Dochart 2

Dochart 1

Link

Corridor

Door 2.2

Door 2.1

Door 1.1

Boisdale Boisdale

2

1

Boisdale

2

Fyne

The

Firth’s

Bar

Boisdale

1

CONFERENCE CENTRE

Clyde

Auditorium

Gala 1&2

Upper Level

Link

Corridor

Door 2.2

Door 2.1

Door 1.1

Meeting

Rooms

The

Firth’s

Bar

C

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SPONSORS

Platinum

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services providers, managing the vital infrastructure that we all rely

on. We help some of the world’s biggest asset owners to better

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decisions. Because we operate and maintain assets we understand

the long-term impact of our strategic advice and design solutions.

From concept to delivery, we offer intelligent solutions grounded in

reality. Our ITS capability covers the whole life-cycle, from feasibility

and design, through implementation, maintenance and operational

support to decommissioning.

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Diamond

We are a leading integrator of payment and information solutions

and related services for intelligent travel applications. Cubic delivers

integrated systems for transportation and traffic management,

delivering tools for travellers to choose the smartest and easiest way to

travel and pay for their journeys, and enabling transportation authorities

and agencies to manage demand across the entire transportation

network – all in real-time.

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Mott MacDonald is a global management, engineering and

development consultancy adding value for public and private clients

on agenda-setting, next-generation projects worldwide. We use our

ingenuity to save our customers money and time, reduce risks, increase

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Gold

The Transport Systems Catapult is one of seven elite technology and

innovation centres established and overseen by the UK’s innovation

agency, Innovate U K. We were created to drive and promote Intelligent

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and goods more smartly and efficiently. We are helping UK businesses

create products and services that meet the needs of the world’s

transport systems as they respond to ever-stretching demands. We

help sell UK capability on the global stage, while also promoting the

UK as a superb test bed for the transportation industry.

https://ts.catapult.org.uk/

PTV Group plans and optimises everything that moves people and

goods worldwide – be it transport routes, distribution structures or

private and public transport. The company offers software, data,

content, consulting and research. Thanks to expert knowledge in traffic

and transport planning, PTV occupies a unique position. In the Traffic

business field, PTV offers software, data and scientific techniques for

modelling and simulating traffic networks. This helps traffic and city

planners in over 120 countries to organise optimal traffic flow.

https://www.ptvgroup.com/en/welcome-to-the-ptv-group/

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SPONSORS

TomTom empowers movement. Every day millions of people around

the world depend on TomTom to make smarter decisions. We design

and develop innovative products that make it easy for people to keep

moving towards their goals. Best known for being a global leader in

navigation and mapping products, TomTom also creates GPS sports

watches, as well as state-of-the-art fleet management solutions and

industry-leading location-based products. Our business consists of

four customer-facing business units: Consumer, Automotive, Maps

and Telematics.

https://www.tomtom.com/

ZoneCard is the largest multi-modal, multi-operator, ticketing scheme in

Scotland. Launched in 1989, the scheme currently includes around 40

participating bus companies, ScotRail, the Glasgow Subway and some

ferry operators across 75 zones within Strathclyde. A week’s unlimited

travel for adults starts at £18.50 and it’s estimated that users make

around 10 million public transport trips each year, saving around £6

million on travel costs. Strathclyde Partnership for Transport administers

the scheme on behalf of the ZoneCard Members.

http://www.spt.co.uk/travelcards/zonecard/

Partners

Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world’s most

prominent projects in the built environment and across industry. From

92 offices in 40 countries, our 12,000 planners, designers, engineers

and consultants deliver innovative projects across the world with

creativity and passion. Our teams are focused on improving mobility

across the transportation sector with a goal to create environments

where integrated, seamless journeys can be enjoyed by all. We are

driven to find a better way of doing things and to deliver better

solutions for our clients.

ASSET International is the leading supplier of temporary safety barriers

in the UK. In addition we supply and install special low deflection

permanent safety barriers, easy opening vehicular gates and crash

cushions. Our success is built upon providing cost effective solutions

to client requirements, backed up by professionally qualified engineers.

Our reputation and service is unrivalled and our products are fully

tested and approved. More information including Autocad drawings

are available upon request.

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on customer needs ensures we deliver innovative solutions that exceed

expectations. We supply turn-key traffic safety solutions from concept

to successful installation. Recent projects include: Installation of 750+

speed & red light violation cameras in Central London; Pioneering

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COMMITTEES

Host Organising Committee

Roy Brannen, Transport Scotland (Co-Chairman)

George Gillespie, Glasgow City Council (Co-Chairman)

Chris Bax, Cubic

Anna Bonne, IET

John Cahill, First Glasgow

Andrew Davidson, Transport Scotland

John Elliot, Traveline Scotland

Didier Gorteman, ERTICO- ITSEurope

Denise Hamilton, Glasgow City Council

Richard Harris, Xerox

George Hazel, George Hazel Consultancy

Sampo Hietanen, MaaS Finland

Scott Lees, Transport Scotland

European Programme Committee

George Gillespie, Glasgow City Council, (Co-Chairman)

Didier Gorteman, ERTICO – ITS Europe, (Chairman)

Angelos Amditis, ICCS, Greece

Benoit Augarde, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Ashweeni Beeharee, Satellite Applications Catapult,

United Kingdom

Robbin Blokpoel, Dynniq, The Netherlands

Marije de Vreeze, Connekt / ITS Netherlands, The

Netherlands

Fiammetta Diani, European GNSS Agency – GSA

Stephane Dreher, Belgium

Nour-Eddin El Faouzi, IFSTTAR, France

Frank Foersterling, Continental Automotive GmbH,

Germany

Alexander Frötscher, AustriaTech, Austria

Norbert Handke, ITS Network Germany, Germany

Richard Harris, Xerox Services, United Kingdom

Jean-Michel Henchoz, DENSO International Europe,

Belgium

Sampo Hietanen, MaaS Finland, Finland

David Hytch, Parkgate Consultants, United Kingdom

Christer Karlsson, ITS Sweden, Sweden

Risto Kulmala, Finnish Transport Agency – FTA, Finland

Scott Lees, Transport Scotland, United Kingdom

Stephanie Leonard, DG MOVE, European Commission

Rasmus Lindholm, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Meng Lu, Rim-2-Rim Transport & Logistics, The

Netherlands

Gordon Maclennan, Strathclyde Partnership for

Transport (SPT)

Jennie Martin, ITS UK

Douglas McIntosh, CILT

John Murray, Scottish Enterprise

Hamilton Purdie, Project Manager ITS Glasgow 2016,

Mott MacDonald Ltd

Robert Rogerson, Future Cities

Daniel Ruiz, Imtech

Eric Sampson, ERTICO- ITSEurope

Andy Waddel, Glasgow City Council

Gordon Wakeford, Siemens

Gary Walker, Glasgow City Council

Colette Maloney, DG CONNECT, European Commission

Jennie Martin, ITS United Kingdom, United Kingdom

Jean-Philippe Méchin, Cerema, France

Patrick Mercier-Handisyde, DG Research and Innovation,

European Commission

Louis Fernique, Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable

Development and Energy, France

André Perpey, Geoloc systems, France

Stéphane Petti, Orange, Luxembourg

Paul Potters, Cachelot B.V., The Netherlands

Hamilton Purdie, Mott MacDonald Ltd, Project Manager

ITS Glasgow 2016

Theo Quick, Atos, United Kingdom

Christian Rousseau, Renault SAS, France

Mika Rytkönen, HERE, Finland

Eric Sampson, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Malika Seddi, ASFA, France

Delphine Soubies, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Alan Stevens, TRL, United Kingdom

Amanda Strevens, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Johanna Tzanidaki, TomTom, The Netherlands

Pamela Valente, ERTICO – ITS Europe

Margriet van Schijndel-de Nooij, EARPA, Belgium

Volker Vierroth, T-Systems, Germany

Jaap Vreeswijk, Maptm, The Netherlands

Paul Vorster, ITS South Africa, South Africa

Kees Wevers, Brightangel ITS, The Netherlands

Sascha Westermann, Hamburg Port Authority, Germany

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Europe’s largest event event in in

Intelligent Transport Systems

and and Services

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SAVE THE DATE!

19–22 June 2017

Strasbourg, France

Organized by:

Hosted by:

Supported by:

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For more information please contact

Programme

Pamela Valente

t: +32 (0) 2 400 0785

e: p.valente@mail.ertico.com

Exhibition Sales

e: glasgow.exhibition@mail.ertico.com

Benoit Augarde

t: +32 (0) 2 400 0786

Jasvinder Sidhu

t: +44 (0)20 7973 4700

Sponsorship

Benoit Augarde

t: +32 (0) 2 400 0786

e: glasgow.sponsors@mail.ertico.com

Hamilton Purdie

t: +44 (0)141 222 3723

Press and Media

Carla Coppola

t: +32 (0) 2 400 0745

e: c.coppola@mail.ertico.com

Host Coordinator

Hamilton Purdie

t: +44 (0)141 222 3723

e: hamilton.purdie@mottmac.com

Logistics

Julen Bastarrika

t: +32 (0) 2 743 15 70

e: glasgow2016@itsineurope.com

Sophie Thaon

t: +32 (0) 2 743 15 40

Amanda Strevens

t: +32 (0) 2 400 07 54

e: a.strevens@mail.ertico.com

For any questions regarding your registration and/or hotel

accommodation for the congress, please contact:

t: +31 20 575 42 20

e: registrations@itsineurope.com

Andrea Toth

t: +32 (0)2 400 07 43

e: a.toth@mail.ertico.com

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