20th ITS World Congress

Tokyo International Forum/Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo, Japan

14-18 October 2013

http://www.itsworldcongress.jp

 
The theme of the 20th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems was “Open ITS to the Next”:

  • Next-generation ITS will address a variety of traffic-related issues, including the environment, energy, safety and traffic congestion. Starting with safety and traffic management as basic concerns, ITS is reaching out to three new domains: energy management, personalized mobility services navigated by big data, and resilient transport systems. The first two stem from the emergence of electrified vehicles and continuously advancing ICT technologies, and the third concept of resilient transport has become very important since the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. At the same time, mobility in mega cities/regions is a major issue to be addressed in emerging economies, especially in Asia.
  • Open has been adopted as the key word for expanding the potential of ITS: open platforms for basic concerns, and open connectivity, opportunities and collaboration for the three new domains.

 
Participation of eCoMove

  • TS011 - Reducing Energy Consumption through ITS

Paper “European and United States Scenarios for Energy Efficient Traffic Signal Operations”, Jaap Vreeswijk, Senior Researcher, Imtech Traffic & Infra, The Netherlands

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  • TS018 - Traffic Modelling (2)

Paper “Validation of a Multi-Objective, Predictive Urban Traffic Model”, Jaap Vreeswijk, Senior Researcher, Imtech Traffic & Infra, The Netherlands

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  • IS03 - Traffic Modeling and Disaster

Paper “Virtual stop line strategy to reduce fuel consumption of vehicles at ramp meters”, Senior Researcher, Imtech Traffic & Infra, The Netherlands

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  • SIS18 - Global Perspectives: Cooperative Energy Efficient Applications

Around the globe many programs acknowledge the potential of cooperative technology to cut fuel consumption and emissions. This session offers an overview of current activities and recent results from the European Union, United States and Japan. Presentations will focus on recent lessons learned from pilots and validation, evaluation and application impact, as well as successful application design and deployment aspects. Regional programs have converged through collaboration efforts such as an International Joint Report on assessment methodology and a working group on sustainability applications as part of the EU-US ITS cooperation. This session aims to update the state of play and set the research agenda.

“Green cooperative intersection”, Jaap Vreeswijk, Senior Researcher, Imtech Traffic & Infra, The Netherlands

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  • SIS22 - Cooperative Mobility Workshop

Cooperative-ITS in the field of road vehicle have been a subject for strategies, research and development since many years. Proposed applications have been listed as results of research project, from collaboration project and others studies. Demonstrations and field operational test have been performed to validate the technical functionality. Standardisation has been going on in different bodies. Some areas, countries and road authorities/operators have been more successful than others in implementing the infrastructure needed for short range communication. Among other road operators the questions remains around impact assessment and cost/benefit issues that is connected to the deployment of short range communication. This workshop will focus the deployment process showing good examples from all regions from which we can learn and get inspiration.

 “Traffic Management Using Cooperative ITS: Changing scope and role of traffic management”, Jaap Vreeswijk, Senior Researcher, Imtech Traffic & Infra, The Netherlands

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  • TS066 - ITS for Emission Reduction

Paper “Study on CO2 Benefit through Cooperative Systems”, Philipp Gilka, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

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  • TS067 - V2X Application (1)

Paper “Validation Results of Driver Behaviour Prediction in a Cooperative Network”, Philipp Themann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

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  • TS072 - FOT (1)

Paper “Automated Tool Chain for Evaluation of Real World Tests Developed and Applied in eCoMove and interactive”, Felix Fahrenkrog, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

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  • TS097 - Eco-Mobility (2)

Paper “Real-Time Eco-Driving Prototype”, Francesco Alesiani, NEC Europe Ltd., Germany

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