Space Solutions for

Smart Mobility

European Space Programmes for a more efficient and secure Transportation of Passengers and Goods - current Developments and future Trends


  Wednesday, 1 June 2016        11:30 - 18:00        Room: Amazon


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Programme
11:30 Introduction
Alberto Fernandez Wyttenbach
European GNSS Agency (GSA)
&
Emanuele Barreca
DG GROW, Space Data for Societal Challenges and Growth, European Commission
Keynote speech: Contribution of European GNSS in Autonomous Driving
Edwin Nas
Project Leader Automated Driving, Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment, The Netherlands
Keynote Speech: EO satellites benefiting citizens for better mobility
Geoff Sawyer
European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC), Belgium
12:30 Lunch Break - Networking Opportunities
13:30 Panel 1
Satellite navigation and computer vision fusion for accurate lane level navigation and automatic map
Gorka Velez
Vicomtech, Spain
Autonomous people movers: solutions for the last-mile driverless transportation
Peter de Bakker
Wepods, The Netherlands
Vehicle gelocation for automation
Luisa Andreone
Fiat Research Center, Italy
Discussion/Q&A
14:30 Panel 2
International cooperation in GNSS: Driving the benefits for citizens and industry
Hiromichi Moriyama
National Space Policy Secretariat, Japan
Ecall: Fast and efficient emergency assistance to drivers
Andy Rooke
ERTICO, Belgium
Technology innovation paving the way to efficient, resilient and sustainable cities
Jordi Ortuño Ribé
Barcelona City Council, Spain
Discussion/Q&A
15:30 Coffee Break - Networking Opportunities
16:00 Panel 3
Satellite positioning solutions for Electronic Tolling systems
Norbert Schindler
Siemens AG, Austria
Dangerous goods transport with European GNSS: Higher security for road transport
Frederick Ronse
Ovinto, Belgium
European GNSS receiver robustness for liability-critical applications
Alexandre Allien
France Developpement Conseil (FDC), France
Discussion/Q&A
17:00 Panel 4
Measuring access to public transport in European cities using Urban Atlas
Hans Dufourmont
European Environment Agency (EEA), Denmark
SATURN project: large scale demonsrators based on the integration of Copernicus data and GNSS data
Philippe Lattes
Aerospace Valley, France
The use of Urban Atlas for the evaluation of urban density and for better transport policy decisions
Dominique Hebrard & Lucie Chadourne-Facon
CEREMA, France
Discussion/Q&A
18:00 Conclusions


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