14 November 2018

09:00 - 11:00

Registration open

The venue is an official building of Dutch Authorities. At the registration desk you will be asked to show your ID. This is standard procedure at the RWS headquarters. Do not forget to bring it with you.

 

09:00 - 10:45

Special session for National Bodies and National Access Points (Invitees only)

Organisers: Pedro Barradas (EC - DG Move) and Timo Hoffmann (BASt)

For whom: NAP implementers, National Bodies

Short description:
A special session is organised for National Bodies and National Access Point Operators. Theme of the session: Tackling common challenges.

Topics:

  • Current status of National Body (and NAP) implementations
  • Identification of common challenges and open questions for National Bodies and NAPs
  • Managing communications towards international companies
  • Further need for collaboration

 

11:00 - 12:30

Plenary Opening
Traffic Management in a changing world
The ITS Forum 2018 will be opened by 4 high-level officials of the European Commission, the Dutch Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, the Italian Ministry of Transport and private sector 

 For whom: All parties - public and private - involved in Road Traffic Management

Short description:
The Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management and the Coordinator of the European ITS Platform will open the Forum. Marinda Hall, facilitator at the LEF, will interview 4 important stakeholders on what they see as the major changes and challenges that traffic managers have to deal with. Roles of authorities, operators, stakeholders in keeping the traffic going and optimizing safety, efficiency and environment will be addressed. The challenge in terms of new emerging technologies will provide additional food for thoughts.

Keynote speakers:

Official opening

  • Cora van Nieuwenhuizen - Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management (NL)
  • Federica Polce – Coordinator of the ITS Platform on behalf of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport (IT)

Interviews

  • Matthew Baldwin - Deputy DG for Mobility and Transport European Commission – DG MOVE (EU)
  • Serge van Dam, Principal Advisor Traffic Management at the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (NL) 
  • Michael Bültmann - Managing Director (HERE Germany, DE) 
  • Roberto Arditi (SINA - Project Manager of EU EIP project, IT) on behalf of EU EIP and the ITS Corridors

Presentation of cross corridor coordination of CEF ITS Corridors

  • Torsten Geissler (BASt, DE)

 

12:30 - 13:45

Lunch break & Demonstrations

During lunch, delegates will have the opportunity to learn more about results of different road traffic management projects and new products and services.

13:45 - 15:15

Parallel Sessions - Round 1
Session 1A

Traffic Management and MaaS

Organiser: Jonas Sundberg (Sweco, SE)

For whom: road operators, traffic managers, service providers, MaaS operators, Public Transport companies, policy makers

Short description:
From the policy side there is an increased push towards intermodal passenger transport, in order to relieve congestion and CO2 emission. It means that road authorities have to optimize the interfaces with intermodal transport, e.g. by exchanging traffic information to MaaS (Mobility as a Service) operators, providing information about public transport schedules, etc.

We are looking at the role of the road operator in MaaS. Does MaaS has an impact on the road operators? Does MaaS require more information (data) from road operators (about congestion?)? What is the role of delegated regulation 2017/1926 (MMTIS) for traffic management? In short: what is the relevance of MaaS to the road operators and what should road operators/traffic manager do to prepare themselves?

Contributors:

  • Delegated regulation on MMTIS
    Pedro Barradas (EC - DG MOVE, EU)
  • From road to intermodal transport (movie)
    Christophe Boutin (ASFA, FR)
  • MaaS - From modes to movement - Frank Daems (ERTICO, BE)
  • Road Operators perspective on MaaS - Carlos Viktorsson (Sweco, SE)
  • Traffic Management as a Service (TMaaS) - Sidharta Gautama (I-Know/University of Ghent, BE)
  • MaaS in the Rotterdam - The Hague Region (to be confirmed)
13:45 - 15:15

Parallel session 1B
National Access Points (NAPs) in the value chain

Organiser: Louis Hendriks (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)

For whom: NAP implementers, National Bodies, service providers, road operators

Short description:
The past five years have shown that the development of National Access Points (NAPs) in Europe was first focused on the technical development (establish a NAP), then on the content (fill the NAP with data) and that the third phase (user orientation) is still largely missing. Through a series of short introductions this session will position the NAP in the value chain, discussing the different perspectives, from data provider to information service provider. Also the architecture of NAPs and the potential synergy with the Open Data community will be discussed.

Contributors:

  • Introduction of NAP - Louis Hendriks (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Architecture of NAPs - what is needed to bring NAPs to a next harmonized level in Europe? - Vincent Buller (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Road operator´s point of view on NAPs (to be confirmed)
  • Service providers’ view on NAP for truck parking - Dirk Penasse (ESPORG, BE)
  • Added value of NAP for MMTIS for public transport companies (to be confirmed)
  • Service providers view on NAP for SRTI/RTTI - Christian Kleine (HERE, DE)
  • To use the Open Data Community to promote/increase the use of the NAP data - Lars-Olof Hjärp (Trafikverket, SE) 

 

13:45 - 15:15

Parallel Session 1C
C-ITS deployment support for traffic managers


Organisers: Torsten Geissler (BASt, DE), Marko Jandrisits (ASFINAG, AT) and Wolfgang Kernstock (Austriatech, AT)

For whom: Policy level, road operators and road authorities, OEMs, cellular industry (operators, providers, suppliers), (ITS) service providers

Short description:
This session deals with various aspects relevant for C-ITS Deployment (especially in Europe) and preparing C-ITS deployment and operation. Some focus is put on a road operator perspective and preparing C-ITS for regular operation across European road networks, nevertheless the session addresses a wide and mixed audience.
 
The interactive session is set-up in three consecutive parts:
  • Introduction and opening statements by key stakeholder groups
  • Mini Workshop 
  • Panel Discussion with key stakeholders 
Contributors:
  • Policy view - Isabelle Vandoorne (DG MOVE, EU)(to be confirmed)
  • C-Roads Platform view - Onno Tool (Rijkswaterstaat, NL) 
  • Road Operator’s view - Manfred Harrer (ASFINAG, AT) and Tomas Levin (Norwegian Public Roads Administration, NO) (to be confirmed)
  • EU EIP about C-ITS - Sandro Berndt (BASt, DE) 
  • Evaluation of C-ITS pilots - Paul Wadsworth (Capita, UK)
13:45 - 15:15

Parallel session 1D
Automation in Traffic Management and Traffic Centres – Experiences and plans (part I of workshop)

Organiser: Mihai Niculescu (ITS Romania, RO)

For whom: road operators, traffic managers, ITS equipment and solutions providers, transport management authorities (local and central), vehicle manufacturers, ITS experts/consultants

 

 

Short description:
This session is organized by the EU EIP Activity 4.2 “Facilitating automated driving” and it is the first part of the workshop focused on benefits of introducing automated functionalities in Traffic Management Centres. Participants will learn about existing automation, will have the opportunity to discuss about those ITS functions that can be automated, how to plan the automation and what KPIs can be used to assess the level of automation.

Contributors:

  • Objectives and status in the European ITS platform of Facilitating automated driving - Risto Kulmala (Traficon Oy, FI)
  • Autonomic functions implemented in existing ITS in Hessen, Germany - Stephanie Cheung (Hessen Mobil, DE)
  • CHARM, Next Generation ATM - (speaker Highways England, UK/RWS, NL)
  • The Role of Infrastructure Connected to Cars & Autonomous Driving. INFRAMIX project - Xavier Daura Albeldo Abertis (Autopistas, ES)
  • Industry perspective on automation of traffic centres - Jeroen Brouwer (Sweco, NL)
  • Industry perspective on automation of traffic centres - Klaas Rozema (Dynniq, NL)

 

13:45 - 15:15

Parallel session 1E
The future of Traffic Management is now!

Organiser: Tobias Reiff (BASt, DE)

For whom: Public Authorities, Road Operators, Traffic Managers, Traffic Information Service Providers, DG MOVE

Short description
In this session we will enable the EU EIP Traffic Management Deployment Guidelines for the future. By presenting implemented Best Practices and new approaches in Traffic management, we will have the opportunity to hear different experts and learn from them. The experiences gained from the European road network, especially in the ITS Corridors, are a valuable asset, in order to develop solutions for the existing and upcoming challenges in the sector of road transport.

Contributors:

  • Short introduction of EU EIP Platform and EU EIP Deployment Guidelines - Tobias Reiff (BASt, DE)
  • "Corridor information document" with focus on influences between Trafic Management Centres cross border - Karolina Hedberg (Trafikverket/Swedish Transport Administration, SE)
  •  Ramp metering, 20 years of European harmonization - Rainer Lehmann (BASt, DE)
  • Traffic Management in the Utrecht region - Jan Jaap van Dijke (Coordinator Polis Network / Province of Utrecht Traffic management & standardisation Europe, NL)
  • Experiences in traffic management systems R&D using Traffic Management Deployment Guideline as a reference - Ian Cornwell (Mott MacDonald, UK)
  • Experiences from using an integrated traffic management user interface - Jani Laiho (FTA, FI)

 

15:15 - 16:00

Coffee break

16:00 - 17:30

Parallel Sessions - Round 2
Session 2A:

Traffic Management: from System to Services

Organiser: Johanna Tzanidaki (ERTICO, BE) and Stephanie Leonard (TomTom, BE)

For whom: Public Authorities, Road Operators, Traffic Information Service Providers, DG MOVE, Road Infrastructure Service Providers. We also wish to invite Consultancies and Concessionaries

Short description:
This Session aims at discussing the change of mind in Traffic Management and the operational developments this necessitates. A new organizational culture, where private and public stakeholders cooperate on a win-win basis can only succeed if the roles of the stakeholders are re-visited and re-defined on a new basis. The governance of the Traffic Management system is key to the Traffic Management of the future that see the needs individual as important as those of the collective. The Session will discuss both the ecosystem of future Traffic Management and the components needed for this to succeed.

Contributors:

  • Organizational: “Planning ahead- Having a plan” - Serge van Dam (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Changing role of Road operators and road authorities: What role for the public sector in Traffic Management” - Tiffany Vlemmings (NDW, NL)
  • From hard/software to people ware: Innovative Traffic Management: technology at our service” - Jeroen Brouwer (Sweco, NL)
  • Governance: Enhanced Traffic Management: Governance & Common Operational Picture - Pedro Barradas (DG MOVE, EU)
  • From collective to individual Traffic Management: “TM as a Service” - Laura Coconea, (SWARCO, IT)
  • From traditional ITS to other ways of driver behaviour influencing: “The importance of empowering the drivers in Traffic Management” - Hanfried Albrecht (Albrecht Consult, DE)
  • Operational reform: Finnish modes-inclusive Traffic Management - Sami Luoma (FTA - FI)

 

16:00 - 17:30

Parallel session 2B
Evaluation and future scenarios

Organisers: Daniel Cullern (Capita, UK), Joanna White (Highways England, UK), Biagio Ciuffo (EC Joint Research Centre, IT)

For whom: Policy makers, researchers in the transport field, evaluators, traffic managers, road operators, etc.

Short description:
Historically, piecemeal approaches to ITS evaluation have struggled to demonstrate the wider positive impacts of ITS service deployment on the network as a whole. The EU EIP has nurtured a harmonized evaluation approach, which can enable a more coherent “global” assessment of the impacts of ITS deployment.
Looking forward, road transport connectivity and automation will cause the disruption of a sector, which has not changed significantly in decades. The session will stimulate discussion on the possible implications of its introduction for the transport sector, as well as for society and the economy, through different scenarios for the future of transport and mobility.

Contributors:

  • Harmonised approaches to ITS Evaluation - Joanna White (Highways England, UK)
  • Evaluation from a Corridor perspective: methods and results - Merja Penttinen (VTT/ NEXT-ITS, FI)
  • Assessing Transport Measures - Henk Taale (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Impacts of ITS deployment on an ITS corridor - Rudi Tegenbos (Thauro – Flanders /Arc Atlantique 2, BE)
  • Scenarios for the future of transport and mobility - Biagio Ciuffo (European Commission Joint Research Centre, IT)
  • Future Traffic Management: implications of a centralized approach - Alexander Belov (St. Petersburg University, RU)
  • New avenues for traffic management - Claudio Roncoli (Aalto University, FI)
16:00 - 17:30

Parallel session 2C
URSA MAJOR neo workshop on long-distance freight issues: Traffic Management and intermodal freight transport

Organiser: Gilberto Tognoni (with support from Valeria Cipollone, RAM, IT and Henk Jansma, Rijkswaterstaat, NL)

For whom: Road operators, freight transport managers/associations, inland terminal and port operators, logistic hubs operators.

Short description:
URSA MAJOR Neo is one of the five ITS corridor projects in Europe. The focus of UMneo is on facilitating long-distance freight transport on the corridor from the Netherlands via Germany and the Alpes to Southern Italy. Up to five speakers will give an introduction about the (potential) integration of traffic management information and (intermodal) transport management information. Typical examples are coordinated management of bridges, traffic delay forecasts in transport planning software, synchromodal transport, integration of traffic management with Port Community Systems, etc.
Interaction between (intermodal) freight operators, road operators and other stakeholders will be a significant part of the session, aiming at identifying elements for a road map for future developments.
 
Contributors:
  • Interaction and cooperation between ports, roads and railways - Valeria Cipollone (RAM, IT)
  • Smart bridges - Martijn van Hengstum (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • The Quadrante Europa village of freight, interaction with motorways, railways and ports - Alberto Milotti (ZAILOG/Quadrante Europa, IT)
  • New possibilities to handle freight transport from a traffic management perspective - Arne Lindeberg (Trafikverket, SE)
  • Integrate Traffic Management in the Intermodal context - (to be confirmed)
  • Optimizing hinterland transport from the Port of Rotterdam to Germany - Wout van den Heuvel (TLN, NL)

 

16:00 - 17:30

Parallel session 2D
Automation in Traffic Management and Traffic Centres – Experiences and plans (part II of workshop)

Organiser: Mihai Niculescu (ITS Romania, RO)

For whom: road operators, traffic managers, ITS equipment and solutions providers, transport management authorities (local and central), vehicle manufacturers, ITS experts/consultants

Short description:
This session is organized by the EU EIP Activity 4.2 “Facilitating automated driving” and it is the second part of the workshop focused on benefits of introducing automated functionalities in Traffic Centres. Participants will learn about existing automation, will have the opportunity to discuss about those ITS functions that can be automated, how to plan the automation and what KPIs can be used to assess the level of automation.

Contributors:

  • Scales of automation of road operator ITS - Risto Kulmala  (Traficon Oy, FI)
  • Automation levels for selected traffic centre functions - Mihai Niculescu (ITS Romania, RO)
  • KPIs to assess the impact of automation - Alina Koskela - (FTA, FI)
  • Group Work: “Automation levels in selected functions and KPIs” - Mihai Niculescu (ITS Romania, RO)
  • Results presentation from Group Work and conclusions - (Group leaders/Alina Koskela/Risto Kulmala, FI)

 

16:00 - 17:30

Parallel session 2E
Best Practices in Traffic Information Services

Organisers: Enrico Ferrante (Autovie Venete, IT) and Malika Seddi (ASFA, FR)

For whom: road operators, traffic managers, service providers.

 

Short description:
Traffic information services (TIS) aim to provide road users with useful, accurate and up-to-date information on the road network, traffic circulation plans, traffic regulations, recommended driving routes and real-time traffic data. Providing seamless traffic information services has been a priority action in the ITS corridors.

This session will give an update on the expectations of the EC, including an overview of delegated regulations and its impact on ITS deployment. Main achievements made so far by the project partners from different corridors and other parties will be presented. Finally, the way forward to meet objectives of improved mobility services in a changing era with digitalization of road infrastructure will be discussed.

Contributors:

  • Needs and requirements for evolution on the TIS Deployment guidelines objectives expected from corridors Isabelle Vandoorne (DG-MOVE, EU)                 
  • Deployment guidelines update  - Enrico Ferrante (Autovie Venete, IT)
  • Cross border travel time information between Spain and France - (to be confirmed)
  • TIS evaluation results - Bernard Fer (ASFA, FR)
  • Travel Information Services in Italy - Fabio Pressi  (Infoblu, IT)
  • Twitter cards for alternative routes - Drewes van Huizen (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Traveller Information Services Association - Stephanie Chaufton (TISA, BE)

 

19:00 - 23:00

Network dinner
Location: Paushuize
(Pope House).

Address: Kromme Nieuwegracht 49, Utrecht

All delegates are invited to join the Network dinner at ‘Paushuize’ (Pope House) located at the historical city centre of Utrecht.

Programme for the evening:

  • 19.00 – 20.00 hrs. Welcome drink & appetizers
  • 20.00 - 22.00 hrs. Network dinner including official welcome speech by Mr Dennis Straat, member of the Provincial Executive of the Province of Utrecht
  • 22.00 – 23.00 hrs.  Coffee & homemade sweets

15 November 2018

09:00 - 10:30

Plenary Opening - DAY 2
How the CEF ITS programme optimizes the Core Corridors

Organisers: Alessandro Iavicoli (Ministry of Transport, IT), Jan Willem Tierolf (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)

For whom: All parties involved in road traffic management, being them traffic managers, automotive sector, IT providers, service providers, etc.

Short description:
TEN-T Core network corridors are the backbone of the European traffic and transport system. However, these cannot be extended indefinitely. CEF ITS corridor projects are improving efficiency and safety of traffic and transport at a pan-European scale, while reducing environmental pollution and contributing to the mitigation of climate change. This session will highlight the potential of the CEF ITS corridor projects, describe the ITS flagship project(s) of the TEN-T core corridors and identify potential for further cooperation.

The session will start with a keynote speech from the EC director and presentations about the TEN-T core corridors and CEF ITS corridor projects, followed by a panel discussion.

Keynote speakers:

  • CEF and TEN-T: past, present and future perspectives - Herald Ruijters (Director Investment, Innovative & Sustainable Transport - DG-Move, EU)
  • Introduction to the TEN-T core corridors and CEF ITS corridor projects - Jan Willem Tierolf (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Introduction of CEF ITS Programme and relevant objective - Pierpaolo Tona (Innovation & Networks Executive Agency (INEA), EU)

Panellists:

Mr. Ruijters and the six ITS corridor coordinators Stephanie Kleine (Ursa Major), Wolfgang Kernstock (Crocodile), Arne Lindeberg (Next-ITS), Paul Wadsworth (Arc Atlantique), Malika Seddi (MedTIS) and Jan Willem Tierolf (East West Corridor)


 

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 - 12:30

Parallel Sessions - Round 3
Session 3A:

Management of Digital Traffic Regulations

Organizer: Stephanie Kleine (MWVLW RP, DE)

For whom: Road authorities, road operators, traffic managers, data aggregators, (on-trip) service providers 

Short description:
Accurate and reliable real-time information on any kind of traffic regulation in place would highly leverage today’s ITS services, e.g. navigation services could avoid that their users end up in front of ‘road closed’ signs. For future connected and automated mobility, such data – with even higher accuracy and reliability requirements – will be mandatory. This implies substantial – potentially disruptive – changes in the roles and responsibilities of the relevant actors, both public and private, and also on the way these actors interact (e.g. data sharing governance). This session will elaborate about steps already taken, experiences made, but also discuss expectations regarding future requirements.

Contributors:  

  • Content aggregator point of view - Matthias Mann / Christian Kleine (HERE, DE)
  • BaustellenInfo digital Rheinland-Pfalz - Stephanie Kleine (Rheinland Pfalz, DE)
  • Urban ITS - Knut Evensen (CEN TC278 WG17)
  • Role of DATEX II - Bard de Vries (U-TREX/DATEX II Program Support Action, NL)
  • European Commission Perspective - Pedro Barradas (EC DG MOVE, EU)
  • SOCRATES 2.0 - Tiffany Vlemmings (NDW, NL) 
  • TM2.0 - Klaas Rozema (Dynniq, NL) 

 

11:00 - 12:30

Parallel session 3B
Data, data and more data: trailblazing opportunities for traffic management, safety and analysis.

Organiser: Edoardo Felici (NDW, NL)

For whom: Road operators, traffic managers, civil servants, service providers

Short description:
The success of many ITS services depends on the provision of accurate and up-to-date data and information. Thus, data and information suppliers are required to monitor data quality, report quality levels and continuously improve data provision. To harmonize the handling of ITS data and information quality, applicable frameworks on a European level are required. This session will report on on-going activities to establish such frameworks and exchange individual aspects of ITS actors.

Contributors:

  • Data Task Force - Erik Vrijens (Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, NL) (to be confirmed)
  • Novel applications of FCD - Marthe Uenk (NDW, NL)
  • Detailed analysis of FCD in Italy, Germany and the Netherlands - Reiner Dölger (Rheinland Phalz, DE)
  • Current and future use cases of FCD in Bavaria - Ulrich Haspel (Bavarian Center for Traffic Management, DE)
  • FCD and Big Data Analysis and enhancing - Fabio Pressi (Telepass, IT)
  • Application FCD for Next-ITS (to be confirmed)
11:00 - 12:30

Session 3C
Automated vehicles: What will happen on the network?

Organisers: Risto Kulmala (Traficon Oy, FI) & Tom Alkim (Rijkswaterstaat, NL)

For whom: Owners, managers and operators of physical and digital road traffic infrastructures, automotive and telecom industry, transport data suppliers and users, researchers.

Short description:
Higher level (Level 3-4) automated vehicles will be on our roads in the next five years. The session will discuss, what this will mean to the drivers, traffic, the physical infrastructure and the digital infrastructure including the positioning and communication networks.

Topics to be discussed:

  • When will automated vehicles start to appear in sufficient numbers to have an impact?
  • What should be done to the physical & digital infrastructure?
  • What kind of connectivity do automated vehicles need or can they be autonomous?
  • Can automated vehicles operate among human-operated ones without problems?
  • Traffic management for Automated Vehicles (how does that change and what's the impact of mixed traffic).

Contributors:

  • Provision of accurate positioning to automated vehicles - Alberto Fernández Wyttenbach (European GNSS Agency, IT)
  • Deployment by the automotive industry - (to be confirmed)
  • Connectivity needs of automated vehicles - Johannes Springer (T-systems, DE) (to be confirmed)
  • Road operator preparedness for automated vehicles - Manfred Harrer (ASFINAG, AT)
  • Introduction of highly  automated vehicles and road safety - Pirkko Rämä (VTT, FI) 

 

11:00 - 12:30

Session 3D
Quality of ITS data and services

Organiser: Peter Lubrich (BASt, DE)

For whom: ITS service operators, traffic managers, data suppliers, data users, IT / data specialists, user service providers
 

Short description:
The success of many ITS services depends on the provision of accurate and up-to-date data and information. Thus, data and information suppliers are required to monitor data quality, report quality levels and continuously improve data provision. To harmonize the handling of ITS data and information quality, applicable frameworks on a European level are required. This session will report on on-going activities to establish such frameworks and exchange individual aspects of ITS actors.

Contributors:

  • Goals and status of EU EIP sub-activity 4.1 – Determining Quality of ITS Service - Peter Lubrich - (BASt, DE)
  • Validated quality criteria and recommendations for Safety-Related and Real-Time Traffic Information services - Tomi Laine - (Strafica Oy, FI)
  • Proposal for and validation of Quality definitions in Multi-Modal Travel Information Services - Mihai Niculescu (ITS Romania, RO), Martin Jansen (Plannerstack, NL), Jacqueline Barr (IBI Group, UK)
11:00 - 12:30

Parallel session 3E
Intelligence in Freight Transport

OrganiSers

Jens Dierke (BASt, DE)

Arne Lindeberg (Swedish Transport Administration, SE)

Nils Heine (CPL Competence in Ports and Logistics GmbH, DE)

For whom: Road operators, service providers, hauliers, harbours, cities,

Short description:
After forming a background by explaining Intelligent Truck Parking and presenting related Best Practices, an interactive discussion on “Intelligence in Freight Transport” will take place, covering the following topics:

  • Providing truck parking information to the driver (VMS, connected vehicles)
  • Truckparking as an asset in future transport system
  • Raising abnormal goods transport (e.g. wind energy industry)
  • Changes in logistics: Transformation from analogue to digital transport

Contributors:

  • Welcoming/Introduction A2 Expert Group Freight & Logistics - Jens Dierke (BASt, DE)
  • Best practices ITP for single rest area and corridors - Sebastian Gutmann (Bavarian Road Administration, DE)
  • Best practices ITP for hubs/harbours - Henk Jansma(Rijkswaterstaat, NL)
  • Smart transports, abnormal transport - digitalisation from the transport administrations` perspective – Arne Lindeberg (Trafikverket, SE)
  • Transports and its digitalisation – freight services connected to the people – Nils Heine (CPL, DE)
12:30 - 13:30

Lunch break & Demonstrations

During lunch, delegates will have the opportunity to learn more about results of different road traffic management projects and new products and services.

13:30 - 14:30

Closing Plenary: - DAY 2 
Stakeholders’ reflection

 

Short description:
In the first part of the session key stakeholders will reflect on key results of the two day event. They will react on questions/remarks from the audience collected over the past two days through the so-called ‘squads’. This will be done through a panel discussion with representatives from the EC DG MOVE and various stakeholder organisations active in the domain of ITS.

Panellists:

  • Isabelle Vandoorne (Deputy Head of Unit Sustainable and Intelligent Transport at DG MOVE, EU)
  • Astrid Weij (Polis/Manager Traffic Management/Province of Utrecht, NL)
  • Steve Phillips (Secretary-General at Conference of European Directors of Roads (CEDR, BE)
  • Laurianne Krid (Director General, FIA Region) 
  • Emanuela Stocchi (Immediate past president IBTTA)
  • Christophe Nicodème (Director General of European Union Road Federation (ERF, BE)
  • Malika Seddi (Director of International Affairs ASFA on behalf of ASECAP, FR)
  • Johanna Tzanidaki (ERTICO on behalf of TISA, BE)

Closing presentation
'ITS and the Dutch culture' - Johan Diepens (Mobycon,NL)

 

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