Introduction to transport telematics 24 April 2012 TRA, Athens Tariq van Rooijen TNO

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  • Introduction to transport telematics 24 April 2012 TRA, Athens Tariq van Rooijen TNO
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  • Outline Introduction to transport telematics Dutch examples CIVITAS II outcomes CIVITAS Plus measures
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  • Introduction to transport telematics Telematics systems can make transport systems smart (capable of dealing with new situations). Telematics systems allow better collection, coordination and use of traffic data to manage traffic and to provide information. Data can be collected by (f.i. ): Automated systems, CCTV. And transferred by: GPS (Galileo), EGNOS, GSM, WLAN. Different applications can evaluate, visualise and warehouse this information to help solve bottlenecks and unsafe situations.
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  • Examples: Dynamic traffic management (variable speed limits/routes, parking guidance) Electronic tolling Real time navigation and travel information Freight tracking Multimodal trip planner EC wants to
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  • Dutch examples: Sensor city Assen Dynamic Traffic Light Control MultiModal P+R Routing, Booking, Paying Smart Mobility PHYD Smart Routing
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  • Overview Sensor City Assen Dynamic Traffic Management Dynamic Traffic Management Multimodal travel assistance with carpooling Multimodal travel assistance with carpooling Parking guidance service Parking guidance service Pay How You Drive Pay How You Drive Sensor 1 GPS Sensor 1 GPS Sensor 2 Mobile network Sensor 2 Mobile network Sensor 3 Camera Sensor 3 Camera Sensor 4 Bluetooth Sensor 4 Bluetooth Technical infrastructure Modeling Data fusion Traffic simulation Evaluation Back office Data center Reserve + Pay Customer care Modeling Data fusion Traffic simulation Evaluation Back office Data center Reserve + Pay Customer care Floating car data Fixed grid data Smart Traffic Lights Smart Traffic Lights
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  • Dutch examples: KATE (Keen Android Travel extension) 7 Smart Mobility
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  • Dutch examples: Multi-Agent Local Adaptive Control applied to traffic signals
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  • CIVITAS II Telematics measures 1. Traffic monitoring and control (16 measures) The provision of a database by developing a common database and setting up guidelines for data collection (Preston, La Rochelle, Venice) The work on a satellite based traffic management system (Malm, Toulouse, Ploiesti, Venice) The definition of an area-restricted or event-oriented traffic management system (Stuttgart, Venice) Management of traffic flows through adaptive traffic signal control to reduce traffic emissions (Malm) Monitoring traffic for road safety and accident prevention (Krakow) 2. Prioritisation of public transport (9 measures) Provision of infrastructure Improving passenger convenience Providing information
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  • Main outcomes CIVITAS II theme Telematics Large effects on transport impacts Effects on public transport travel time reductions was very positive (between 3 and 25%) Effects on public transport time keeping was generally positive Environmental effects positive: Fuel savings Majority of public accepts PT prioritization Costs of telematics measures varied considerably
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  • Transport telematics in CIVITAS Plus 49 measures are being implemented at the moment in the 25 CIVITAS Plus cities. Some examples will be shown by the next speakers after this presentation. Results expected end 2012/beginning 2013: Measure evaluation result sheets Cluster report about telematics Policy recommendations about telematics Thematic group about telematics
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  • Thank you! Tariq van Rooijen TNO +316 317 92 877 tariq.vanrooijen@tno.nl