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ITS Polish Congress program

ITS Polish Congress


Day 1st, May 19, 2010 (Wednesday)
9:00 – 9:30     

Official opening
1. Welcome address and introduction – Marek Litwin, chairman of the ITS Poland Association
2. Official opening – Tomasz Bocheński, Ministry of Infrastructure
3. Keynote Address by Henry Wasung, ERTICO
4. Address by Gunnar Malm, General Manager, Swedish Road Administration
5. Introduction by Wojciech Suchorzewski, chairman of the Congress Program Board
6. Set-up of Conclusions Committee – Marek Litwin
9:30 – 10:20     

Transport Policy and Financing of ITS System
1. ITS in European Policy – Wojciech Suchorzewski, Warsaw University of Technology
2. The European ITS Framework Architecture – Peter Jesty, E-FRAME
3. ITS as a condition in integrated transport systems – Ryszard Krystek, Gdansk University of Technology
4. Financing ITS within I&E OP – Jacek Wiśniewski, Ministry of Infrastructure

10:20 – 10:50     

Coffee break. Sponsor: Satellic
10:50 – 11:50     

Electronic Toll Collection, part 1
1. Integrated Ticketing for Public Transportation – Ian Anderson, Sequoia AFC Consultants Limited
2. Road Congestion Pricing in Stockholm – Jakub Biernacki, IBM
3. „Clearing House" Development and Operations. Comparison of various ETC projects – Mounir Chaouche, EGIS Projects
4. Banchmarks in Electronic Toll Systems implementation – Patrycja Wrzesniewski, Satellic

10:50 – 11:55     

Short break
11:55 – 13:10     

Electronic Toll Collection, part 2
1. Payment service integration – Tommaso Scubla, Autostrade Tech S.p.A
2. The Czech Republic Experience on eToll System implementation – Dariusz Nachyła i Jiri Vitek, Deloitte
3. Does it make sense to toll all roads? Economic perspective – Michael Gschnitzer, Kapsch TrafficCom
4. Implementation of electronic toll collection system in the US. Project for Poland – Roman Gurbiel, ACS

13:10 – 14:10     

Lunch. Sponsor: Kapsch
14:10 – 15:10     

Urban mobility: Italian and Polish innovative projects ITS systems for Municipalities, part 1
1. Urban mobility strategies and projects in Kracow – an example of implementation of project CIVITAS CARAVEL – Tomasz Zwoliński, Krakow City Hall
2. „Tele-Bus” – an example of successful technology transfer from Genoa to Krakow – Magdalena Drobniak-Salitra and Adrian Obuchowicz, Krakow Municipal Transport
3. Italian Projects and strategies about urban mobility – Riccardo Bozzo and Fabio Ballini, CIRT

15:10 – 15:30     

Coffee break. Sponsor: PTV AG
15:30 – 17.00     

Urban mobility: Italian and Polish innovative projects ITS systems for Municipalities, part 2
1. Advanced experiences of urban mobility and freight transport in Liguria Region. Innovative solutions for the integration of urban and interurban mobility – Giovanni Mosca, Odisseus Consortium
2. New forms of mobility for people and freight: ITS enabling technologies and innovative solutions – Marco Boero, Softeco Sismat
3. Integrated information management and traffic management systems in Genoa – Paolo Pissarello and Antonio Rossa, Genoa City Hall
4. The Elsag Datamat experience in the field of innovative technologies for traffic. Intermodal traffic and travel information services – Andrea Teschioni, Elsag Datamat


Conclusions on the Congress first day
18:00 – 21:30     

Finals of the first edition „ITS Leader” Competition and evening reception, Museum of Technology in Warsaw, Defilad Square 1.
Evening reception sponsor: Egis

Day 2nd, May 20, 2010 (Thursday)
8:30 – 9:45     

ITS Efficiency and Architecture
1. Traffic control systems’ performance measurements methods. Munster project case study – Jurgen Mueck, Siemens AG
2. The concept of Intelligent Transport Systems in the city of Warsaw – Aleksander Ronowicz and Andrzej Zdzitowiecki, 4Pi
3. The philosophy of Integrated Transportation System architecture – Maciej Wielgus, IBM Polska
4. Integrated traffic management systems architecture for urban and interurban traffic – Piotr Haremza, Siemens

9:45 – 9:50     

Short break
09:50 – 11:20     

Traffic Management Systems, part 1
1. ITS in tram traffic management – Jeremi Rychlewski, Poznan University of Technology
2. Variable Message Signs for traffic flow – Piotr Krukowski, Wrocław Municipal Roads Management
3. Traffic management in Poznan: the advanced concept of architecture and implementation – Mariusz Kaczmarek, Poznan University of Technology

11:20 – 11:40     

Coffee break. Sponsor: Motor Transport Institute
11:40 – 13:10     

Traffic Management Systems, part 2
1. Short Time Horizons Traffic Forecasts for Traffic Management and Control – Tomasz Dybicz, Warsaw University of Technology
2. City-wide optimization of light signal control with Genetic Algorithms – Results from the Bavarian research project – Herwig Wulffius, GEVAS
3. Sharing international perspectives: London and their approach to bus priority and SCOOT adaptive signal control – Adam Giszczak, TRL
4. Green cooperative technology in traffic management and control – Siebe Turksma, Peek Traffic
5. The Multimodal Mobility Agency: New concept of mobility management by the public authorities – Farid Debbah, Egis Mobilité

13:10 – 14:00     

Lunch. Sponsor: IBM
14:00 – 15.15     

Transport safety
1. Standardisation activities related to the implementation of a pan-European emergency eCall system – Tomasz Kaminski, Motor Transport Institute
2. ITS providing safety and security for the public – Łukasz Franek, Krakow University of Technology
3. Weigh in motion systems – Janusz Wróbel, Neurosoft
4. Road and tunnel safety via incident management: implementing a video image processing system – Benjamin Schiereck, Traficon

15:15 – 15:35     

Coffee break. Sponsor: Alcatel Lucent
15:35 – 17.05     

Communication Systems
1. Broadband access networks – construction and usability of security and surveillance systems road – Grzegorz Kawka, TELSAT
2. Wireless LAN for data transmission from vehicles on a tram depot – Piotr Pełka, Infotron
3. The role of Technical University of Lodz in COOPERS project – Tomasz Pałczyński, Lodz University of Technology
4. Impact of video applications on communications ITS networks – Krzysztof Floryan, Alcatel Lucent
5. Using floating car data localization – a telecom operator perspective – Grzegorz Sabak, Military University of Technology


Conclusions Committee, discussion and summary

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