TISA is looking for an I4AD Transition Manager

TISA – Traveller Information Services Association – is a market-driven membership association with worldwide scope, established as a non-profit company focussed on proactive implementation of traffic and travel information services and products based on existing standards, including primarily RDS-TMC and TPEG technologies.

TISA is looking for an I4AD – Information for Automated Driving – Transition Manager that will help to outline a yet unknown I4AD technology. The advent of automated driving, vehicles capable of machine learning and self-driving vehicles is about to disrupt the industry for traffic and traveller information, therefore, new approaches must be found to encode and transmit traffic information targeted at automated and autonomous vehicles.

 

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TISA at ITS World Congress in Copenhagen

This year, the 25th ITS World Congress will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, and TISA will be present with its partners and various organisations to showcase its latest developments in the field of traveller information services and products.

With its own stand, TISA will provide visitors the possibility to meet and learn more about the following organisations:

 

 

TISA is also participating in the Special Session on the Open Auto Drive Forum (OADF) as part of the consortia, including platforms ADASIS, NDS, SENSORIS and TISA.  The session entitled Open Auto Drive Forum: A New Cooperation Approach for an Automated Driving Ecosystem and organised by TISA Executive Director Matthias Unbehaun will focus on critical core components and challenges for reaching higher automation levels (beyond 3) and how these are tackled by the OADF open collaboration model.  Details of the session are the following:

Session code:SIS66
Session title: Open Auto Drive Forum: A New Cooperation Approach for an Automated Driving Ecosystem
Day: Thursday, 20 September 2018
Time: 11:00 – 12:30
Room: London (B3 M3-4)

10TH OADF meeting – 12 July 2018

Since 2015, ODAF (Open Auto Drive Forum) has gathered representatives to hold important discussions and jointly work on standardised solutions and align efforts in the domain of autonomous driving. This year, the 10th Open Auto Drive Forum Meeting will be hosted by Wuhan Kotei Big Data Corporation in Wuhan, China on July 12, 2018 and will be free of charge.

If you wish to attend this Forum, you can register at this link.

The deadline for registrations is 29 June 2018!

DATEX II Forum

DATEX is a standard which was developed for information exchange between traffic management centres, traffic information centres and service providers, and constitutes the reference for applications that have been developed in the last 10 years. DATEX II is the second generation specification traffic control and information centres and will be the key topic of the “DATEX II Forum” in Utrecht, the Nethererlands.

From 23 to 24 May, stakeholders will have the possibility to ask questions and share solutions, ideas and challenges about DATEX II.

From break-out sessions on Best Practices for Real Time Traffic and Travel Information services , to open discussions how standardize cities’ traffic management systems, DATEX II related to C-ITS and ITS and Hands-on sessions, this event will offer the possibility to discuss DATEX II on a 360 degree scale.

Thomas Kusche-Knežević, President of TISA, will also be attending the event as one of the panellists at the plenary closing session on 24 May from 14:00 to 15:00.

More information: http://www.datex2.eu/