IIID Traffic&Transport 2009
4th International IIID Expert Forum Traffic & Transport Information Systems
The world's leading event in the field

 

Scheduled & on-demand transport:
Envisioning information driven alliances


10/11 September 2009, Tech Gate Vienna, Austria

 

 

Organiser:

International Institute for Information Design (IIID)
 

in cooperation with:



BMVIT Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology
OeBB Austrian Federal Railways
ORF Austrian Broadcasting Corporation
Austrian Airlines


Dual Sponsors:
 

ARGE Betriebsleitanlage
der Wiener U-Bahn
Siemens AG Oesterreich
 

 

Chair:

Prof. Per Mollerup (Mollerup Designlab A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark / Oslo National Academy of The Arts, Norway / Faculty of Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia)
 

Conference language:

English

 

Objectives:

•  To re-define “integrated transport” by discussing traveller information as prominent key
    for a new era of mobility
•  to change the focus from “transport” to “mobility”, by shifting from a provider's to a
    traveller's approach.
 

Whilst statistics rather contribute to polarization by contrasting stagnant or even declining public transport passenger trips to journeys made by car, why not customize multimodal concepts to meet yet underestimated traveller needs?

The Expert Forum is geared to discuss market potentials, to promote successful initiatives in user-centered mobility schemes and to exemplify the key role of information to make people abandon traditional travelling habits in exchange for sustainable alternatives with a higher degree of freedom at lower costs.
 
• Policy makers
• Transport providers
• Traveller associations
• Special interest groups
• Vehicle manufacturers
• Information managers
• Information designers
are invited to participate in the expert discussions.
 

Program committee:

The Traffic&Transport 2009 program committee members in alphabetical order:

- Prof. José Allard (Escuela de Diseño, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago)
- Phil Berczuk (Head of Design & Communications, Steer Davies Gleave, London)
- Beat Huerzeler (SBB Swiss Federal Railways, Infrastruktur - Fahrweg - Zugang zur Bahn, Zurich)
- Yo Kaminagai (RATP Régie autonome des transports Parisiens, Environments design and identity
  Unit manager, Paris)
- Keiichi Koyama (Principal, i-design inc., Tokyo)
- Prof. Per Mollerup (Mollerup Designlab A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark / Oslo National Academy of
  The Arts, Norway / Faculty of Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia)
- Prof. Paul Mijksenaar (Delft University; Chairman Mijksenaar, Amsterdam and Mijksenaar USA,
  New York)
- Alex Nelson (Principal, Chester-le-Track Ltd., Chester-le-Street, Co. Durham, GB)
- Helmut Ness (Board Member, Fuenfwerken Design AG, Berlin)
- Martin Pečar (Head of Reserach & Development, Telargo d.o.o., Ljubljana)
- Horst Schauerte (Head of Passenger transport strategy, OeBB Holding, Wien/Vienna)
- Wolfgang Schroll (General Manager, VOR Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region, Wien/Vienna)
- Peter Simlinger (Director, IIID International Institute for Information Design, Wien/Vienna)
- Rupesh Vyas (Coordinator Information & Digital Design, National Institute of Design,
  Ahmedabad, India)
- Walter Wasner (Unit of Mobility and Transport Technologies, BMVIT Austrian Federal Ministry
  of Transport, Innovation and Technology, Wien/Vienna)
 

 

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