The organisers of the ITS European Congress, ERTICO – ITS Europe, have announced a third webinar in a series ahead of the 15th ITS European Congress.
It will be on the subject of Future Traffic Management, and take place on 5 April, from 1.00 – 2.15pm UK time, offering a preview of what attendees can expect on the topic at the Lisbon Congress and more.
With just six weeks remaining from the third webinar date until the start of the Congress on 22 May, webinar host and chair Lisa Boch-Andersen, Director of Communications, Congresses & Events at ERTICO, will provide an update on the latest preparation, and ERTICO CEO, Joost Vantomme, will underline the strategic significance of the topic for ERTICO’s activities, while its Partnership. Dr Johanna Tzanidaki, ERTICO’s Chief Innovation Officer, will moderate the panel session and lead the discussion on the topic of the day.
Laura Coconea, Head of Portfolio Management ITS Division at SWARCO AG, will highlight the role of service providers in the new traffic management ecosystem, and Irfan Shaffi, Transport for London’s Operational Control Manager, will present an overview of what it takes to move from pilot projects to full-scale deployment of some smart traffic management solution.
The webinar will also welcome ERTICO Senior Manager of Innovation and Deployment, Dr Tamara Djukic who will focus on the importance of simulation and modelling techniques in future traffic management systems and Jop Spoelstra, Innovation Manager at Technolution, sharing insights on some indications of the measurement of sustainability impact. Finally, Pedro Barradas, Chief Strategy Officer at Armis ITS and President of ITS Portugal, will discuss traffic management systems and service networks from the point of view of resiliency.
Register here to take part in this discussion and hear more about what awaits you at the ITS European Congress in Lisbon.
Highways News will be in Lisbon for the event and presenting Highways Voices podcasts, talking to leading exhibitors, speakers and visitors and hearing from UK-based companies taking part on the Transport Technology Forum-led UK Pavilion.
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