Busan 2010

25 Oct 2010 - 29 Oct 2010

17th ITS World Congress


Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO), Busan, Korea


http://www.itsworldcongress.kr


Busan ITS World Congress 2010 was centered on the theme  "Ubiquitous Society with ITS - Low Carbon Green Growth". Transportation is a major contributor of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions from human activity and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is emerging to help meet the traffic safety, efficiency, and climate challenges.

Typically, the convergence between vehicle and information technology including vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems is being realised as it evolves worldwide. This concept is designed to highlight innovative solutions to the convergence of existing information technology to promote a sustainable transportation network. It links human beings, vehicles, fuel, and overall transportation systems in order to provide a safe, convenient, and green mobility for the next generation.

  
Participation of eCoMove

  • SS 35 - Cooperative systems for energy efficient mobility

Thursday 28 October 2010, 09:00-10:30

Following the successful development of cooperative systems and services in projects like CVIS, new activities target the use of this technology and related platforms to optimise and achieve energy efficient mobility. This session will address development and deployment aspects. Regarding research activities, this session will introduce the new Integrated Project supported by the European Commission: eCoMove (energy efficiency and fuel saving). Regarding deployment, this session will present an overview of results obtained in Freilot (Energy Efficient Urban Freight). This session will report on the latest results and achievements from these projects as well as from worldwide relevant activities (Asia and USA) and provide an outlook to future development in this field.
   

eCoMove project overview (Jean-Charles Pandazis, ERTICO - ITS Europe)

FREILOT Energy efficient urban freight (Paul Kompfner, ERTICO - ITS Europe)

ECOSTAND Coordination action supported by the EC (Martijn de Kievit, TNO)

Perspective on Cooperative Systems for Energy and Efficiency in the United States (Jim Misener, University of California, Berkeley)

Cooperative Systems for Energy Efficient Mobility (Paul Brubaker, Cisco Systems Inc.)
 

  • SS 37 - The Benefits of ADAS Connected to Navigation - How Digital Maps Bring Value for Safe, Clean and Smart Vehicles

Thursday 28 October 2010, 09:00-10:30

Following on from the successful previous editions since 2006, this session will report on latest results and achievements from the ADASIS Forum’s activities, including the release in 2010 of ADAS Interface Specifications V2.0 and worldwide relevant activities. The ADASIS Forum is composed of 31 Members from the global automotive industry aiming at developing, maintaining and promoting the deployment of a standardised interface between in vehicle map data and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. This session will address development and deployment aspects. Regarding research activities, this session will introduce the two new Integrated Projects supported by the European Commission where the ADASIS Interface will be implemented for in-vehicle map based safety applications (INTERACTIVE) and also energy efficiency and fuel saving (ECOMOVE). Regarding deployment, this session will present an overview of new ADAS functions connected to navigation available on the market.
 

eCoMove and ADASIS cooperation needs (Maxime Flament, ERTICO - ITS Europe)
 

  • TP 114 - Mapping and Navigation

Friday 29 October 2010, 11:00-12:30

Paper "EfficientDynamics Approach to Sustainable CO2 Reduction", Jan Loewenau, BMW Group Research & Technology, Germany
 

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