This week the ITS Platform and ITS Corridors will be present at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen. Many of the project partners will be attending the congress.
In addition, a number of partners will present results from the ITS Platform and ITS corridor projects:
Wednesday 19 September 2018, 13:30 - 15:00 (Melbourne (B3 M6))
National Access Points: Challenges for Success
Member States have to set up National Access Points (NAP) that function as nodal points for (access to) data. This presentation gives an overview of the current status of implementation of the NAPs across Europe, based on a survey carried out within the European ITS Platform project (EU EIP). In relation to these NAPs three other relevant aspects are described in more detail, i.e. the Level of Service of NAPs, metadata and the assessment of compliance with respect to the delegated regulation. This paper concludes with a number of challenges that can be observed, and which hamper the success of the National Access Points to date.
Speaker: Peter Lubricht, BASt, Germany
Wednesday 19 September 2018: 15.30 - 17.00 (Berlin Room (B4 MI-2))
SIS56 - Preparing next generation mobility
Mobility challenges are a worldwide priority. Mobility means access to jobs, education, culture, leisure, health care and quality of life. Mobility is also a political necessity, since it is so closely connected to social inclusion. The whole world is undergoing an industrial revolution, and for the transport industry, digitalization means a revolution in mobility services. Society is changing, and we can see new ways of consuming mobility services through car-sharing, co-modality, and new mass transit services. Main megalopolis are all working, in ways specific to their context, on jointly optimizing high speed network and heavy transit systems as well as promoting multimodality, clean infrastructure, and connected and autonomous vehicles…Through that lens, worldwide experts will share their ideas that works as well as failures, experiences, solutions to provide new options to boost mobility services with equal access to all users. New skills and knowledge for the future of the European economy are also crucial. Speaker of the sessions will present a set of approaches and solutions applied to various mode of transport, in addition to focusing on urbanization trends within major metropolitan worldwide with example of implementation as well as to provide answers on training and education to prepare ourselves for future transport challenges.
Organiser: Malika Seddi, ASFA - Association of French toll motorway operators, France Moderator: Paul Wadsworth, Capita, UK
Speakers: Mathew Click (TBD), HNTB, USA; Hitoshi Sakuma, NEXCO, Japan; Christophe Boutin, ASFA - Association of French toll motorway operators, France
Thursday 20 September 2018: 10.30 – 11.00 (EC booth)
Joint presentation of EU EIP and Datex II project
Collaboration, harmonization and standardization are key in the European playing field. This session will discuss traffic management in a digital world, introducing both the European ITS Platform (EU EIP) and the European standard for the exchange of traffic related data, DATEX II. A few of their most prominent results are presented: the facilitation of harmonized implementation of NAPs and the DATEX II Light (D2Light) app, showcasing the new capabilities of the DATEX II Light model.
This joint presentation by EU EIP and DATEX II is given on the 20th of September from 10.30h – 11.00h at the EU booth in the Exhibition area.
Speakers: Marjolein Masclee, Rijkswaterstaat, the Netherlands
Torsten Geissler, BASt, Germany
Bard de Vries, U-TREX, the Netherlands
You’re kindly invited to join us there.