TISA members meet in Brussels for Committee Meetings

TISA members gathered for the Committee Meetings at ERTICO – ITS Europe’s premises in Brussels on 4 and 5 September.

Many topics were discussed in the agenda, with two major highlights: the presentation from Norbert Schmidt-Banasch, Managing Direction at Mecom Medien-Communikations and Steven Logghe from Be-Mobile.

Norbert Schmidt-Banasch discussed for how bring media objects to customers, while Steven Logghe focused on C-ITS and the role of TISA in this matter.

Click here to download the presentation from Norbert Schmidt-Banasch.

Click here to download the presentation from Steven Logghe.

Another important activity was the first workshop of the renewed Quality Working Group, hosted Peter Lubrich from BASt and the I4AD workshop, with the first TISA I4AD Transition Manager Rob van den Berg.

GEWI to demo live incident management at ITS World Congress

On September 20th, from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m., GEWI will be presenting a demo on live incident management during the 2018 ITS World Congress, held in Copenhagen. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore new equipment and methods to make work zones smarter in the Special interest Session (SIS) “Making Work Zones Smarter”.

Find out which TISA Partner is presenting at this year’s ITS World Congress. The preliminary programme can be viewed at this link.

bmt to present TPEG portfolio at 2018 ITS World Congress

From 17 to 21 September, bmt is presenting the actual TPEG portfolio during the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen.

As part of the TISA booth (C1-120), bmt will present the “TPEG-LAB by bmt” consisting of all TPEG products in the bmt’s TPEG ecosystem, such as TPEG ON AIR (Playout), TPEG Editor and TPEG Analyser.

As an exhibitor, bmt is pleased to offer access to the exhibition free of cost, an offer valid until September 10th. To benefit from free access and schedule an appointment with bmt experts, please send an email to mailto:sales@bmt-online.de.

Click here for more information.

ITS Forum 2018: Traffic Management in a changing world

European ITS Platform organizes the Pan-European conference on traffic management

On 14 and 15 November 2018 the European ITS Platform organizes its bi-annual European conference on traffic management, the ITS Forum 2018 (http://www.ITSforum2018.eu). The main theme of the Forum is “Traffic Management in a changing world: Digitalization, Multimodality, Smart Infrastructures”. The venue of the ITS Forum 2018 is the LEF Future Centre at the headquarters of Rijkswaterstaat (Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management) in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The conference targets (among others) road authorities, motorways operators, ITS consultants and ITS systems and service providers.

Why this event is important?

“Traffic Management in a changing world – Digitalization, Multimodality, Smart Infrastructures” is not only the main theme of the Forum, it also reflects a number of objectives of the European ITS Platform and European road operators/authorities. First of all, the Forum will focus on Traffic Management and its current challenges. The European ITS Platform and CEF ITS corridors are grounded on experiences and contributions from road authorities and road operators, which have a 24/7 task to manage the traffic on their road network. Traffic management is the key measure assumed by road operators to improve the quality of services delivered to users: improve safety, reduce congestion, provide traffic information. Secondly, the Forum will look at proven and emerging technologies which will have an impact on traffic management. On the one hand traffic management will benefit from new technologies and trends (e.g. floating car data, on-board systems, AI, …), on the other hand new technologies (e.g. C-ITS, automated driving, …) will result in new requirements for road operators. Thirdly, traditional ITS services will increasingly be complemented by C-ITS and other new technologies, allowing new services and opportunities for European Citizens.

Last but not least, the new technologies can also lead to new business models. Road operators/authorities will have to handle these changes in their environment, such as a shift from public to private services, from systems to services, from ownership to sharing economy, etc.

Organisation

The 2-day forum is organized by the EU ITS Platform, in cooperation with the European Commission as well as the European ITS corridor projects Arc Atlantique, Crocodile, MedTIS, Next-ITS and Ursa Major Neo. In total, 24 Member States are involved in the ITS corridors and the European ITS Platform.

The hosting facility, LEF future centre, offers a wide variety of diverse working environments and professional guidance. A session at LEF is like nothing else you have experienced before. This results in new ideas and insights which will be concrete and geared towards producing results. This way of working guarantees a low threshold environment from which both experts and newcomers can benefit.  More information on the LEF future centre can be found here.

For whom?

The ITS Forum 2018 invites all:

  • European policy makers in the field of transport
  • Road Authority/Public Motorway Operator
  • Private Motorway Operators
  • Urban Road Operators
  • ITS System Providers for Traffic Management
  • ITS System Providers for Traffic Information
  • Traffic Information Service Providers
  • Representatives of the automotive Industry
  • Experts in C-ITS Development
  • International Stakeholder Organisations (not covered by the domains above)
  • Consultants
  • Researchers

 

More information

On www.itsforum2018.eu you can find more information about the programme, the venue and registration for the event.

3rd successful TPEG3 workshop held in Cologne

TISA organized the 3rd workshop on TPEG3 for automated driving as part of the General Assembly and the Committee Meetings in Cologne. The workshop was well attended with about 30 participants. Three different use cases were analyzed in-depth: automated driving through a tollgate plaza, a roadwork zone and zones with restricted AD levels.