Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Intelligent Mobility – thinking about tomorrow’s transport

March 2012

Intelligent Mobility – thinking about tomorrow’s transport
This was the title of a recent UNECE Inland Transport Committee policy debate. High‐level speakers, governments, experts and academia from all the around the world came together on 28 February 2012 to discuss Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and to contribute to the policy‐segment and launch of the UNECE strategy package on ITS.

Intelligent Transport Systems play an important role in shaping the future ways of mobility and the transport sector. Through the application of ITS, transport can be more efficient, safer and greener. The objective of the UNECE strategy on ITS is to lobby for new actions and policies that would improve quality of life and make sustainable mobility available across borders.

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Inter-operability as a supra-national challenge - the EU perspectives
Mr. Fotis Karamitsos

ITS as an efficient tool for governments
Mr. Michael Harting

How innovation is driving mobility – today and for future generations
Mr. Kenji Wani

Road Safety Programme and ITS - lessons learned in Italy
Mr. Antonio Erario

Russia's way in speed management - how technology is saving lives
Mr. Vladimir Kryuchkov

Combining ITS and Logistics - three public-private examples
Mr. Nico Anten

Leapfrogging opportunities and the need for policy direction on ITS
Dr. Paul Vorster

What changes have been brought about in France
Mr. Jean Francois Janin

Name it and solve it - current obstacles to full ITS deployment
Mr. Richard Harris

What needs to be done
Mr. Vincent Blervaque

ITS Satellite Accident Response Systems in Russia

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