ITS World Congress Bordeaux 2015 – presentations

IBEC 1 – How to identify the proper ITS evaluation methodology?

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Moderator: Meng Lu, Chair IBEC 

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Julie Raffaillac, DG MOVE, EC

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Jane Lappin, USDOT, USA

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Lone Doerg, Genua Consult, Denmark

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Luca Studer, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

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Simona Mihaita, NICTA Australia

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IBEC 2 – Reliable data for ITS Deployment

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Moderator: Bipin Radia,  EC, INEA

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Marcia Pincus, USDOT

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Eric Mark Huitema, IBM

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Martin Boehm, AustriaTech

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Paul Kompfner, ERTICO – ITS Europe

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Susan Grant-Muller, Leeds University

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IBEC 3 – Evaluation of connected automated driving

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Moderator: Richard Harris, Xerox, UK

Short description: Highly or fully automated cars and trucks raise new questions about evaluating benefits and costs. They promise to: (i) improve traffic safety by reducing driver workload and minimizing human errors due to driver distraction or reduced vigilance; (ii) increase mobility through reduction of congestion (iii) reduce vehicle emissions and fuel consumption; and (iv) provide individual, organizational and commercial productivity improvements. But to what extent, are these benefits likely to be realized? How will drivers actually behave and react? What happens when there is a crash — are occasional tragedies something we can factor in to the benefits and costs calculations? What new metrics and performance measures do we need to consider in deployment? The session will focus on the challenge of evaluating these potential benefits and costs, with illustrative evaluation studies. What impact will result to road infrastructure? Less cost for operation and installation of electronic/communication equipment or improved cost (installation/operation)?

Marcia Pincus, US Department of Transportation (USDOT), USA

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Pirkko Rama, VTT, Finland

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Tobias Strauss, Karlsruhe Institut of Technology, Germany

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Andrew Somers, Transoptim, Australia

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Reinhard Pfliegl, 3Amobility, Austria

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IBEC 4 – Is evaluation really used by decision-makers for deployment decisions?

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Moderator: Martin Boehm, AustriaTech, Austria

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Caroline Visser, Global Road Links, Switzerland

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Rob Fitzpatrick, Data 61 NICTA, Australia

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Stig Franzen, Chalmers University, Sweden

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