IIID Traffic&Transport 2010

Traffic&Transport 2012 - Programme


Starting from best practice, the Expert Forum focuses on new challenges, new education and new jobs.

Session 1 provides an introduction to the subject matter, with start notes from experts discussing traveller needs, traffic and public transport information, traffic & transport ICT.

In sessions 2 – 4, representatives of the traffic & transport industry, expanding from best practice discuss new challenges, new education, new jobs. Their format: Elevator statements *


Thursday, 06 September 2012
 
10:30   Registration and Refreshments
11:30 Welcomes
Welcome statements from Prof. Hannes Raffaseder, Vice-Rector, University of Applied Sciences FH St. Poelten, Sarah Krautsack, Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) and Peter Simlinger, Director, International Institute for Information Design (IIID)
11:45 Chairpersons opening remarks
Prof. Clive Richards (IIID President), Veronika Egger (IIID Deputy Director)
12:00 Session 1: Start notes
  Structures - Behavior – Satisfaction
Prof. Hermann Knoflacher, Chairman Customer Forum of the OeBB / Federal Austrian Railways and Passenger Advisory Board of Wiener Linien / Vienna Transport, Technische Universitaet Wien / University of Technology Vienna, A
  Prototyping the newest information system of Wiener Linien:
Current status and challenges

Roland Krpata, Wiener Linien, Wien/Vienna, A
  Traffic & transport ICT
Michael Schuch, Managing director SWARCO FUTURIT Verkehrssignalsysteme Ges.m.b.H., Perchtoldsdorf, A
  Different approaches to human resources related to mobility
Petra Wagner-Luptacik, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Wien/Vienna, A
Susanne Wolf-Eberl, Research & Data Competence OG, Wien/Vienna, A
13:15  

Lunch

sponsored by ARGE Betriebsleitanlage der Wiener U-Bahn


14:30   Session 2: Public transport information
    Introduction: Prof. Clive Richards and Veronika Egger
    Elevator statements from:
Railway Station : Mobility Hub – The challenge of information
Martin Ehler, OeBB-Infrastruktur AG, Wien/Vienna, A
Digital public space: Digital public touch screens vs. smartphones
Yo Kaminagai, Head of design, Projects management Department, RATP/Régie autonome des transports Parisiens, Paris, F
Vehicle design as a component of identity, customer loyalty and guidance
Horst Schauerte, Managing director, Vehicle Management, Berliner Vekehrsbetriebe (BVG), Berlin, D
How can we use WIFI on board?
Bent Flyen, Advisor in real time information systems, Norwegian State Railways Operations IT, Oslo, N
Public transports moodboards
Martin Foessleitner, High-Performance GmbH Vienna, Wien/Vienna, A
15:30  

Refreshment break

sponsored by Vienna International Airport

16:15   Session 3: MSc Traffic & Transport Information Design Subjects
    Introduction: Prof. Clive Richards and Veronika Egger
    Elevator statements from selected lecturers:
Colour-coding in transportation systems
Toshimitsu Sadamura, Executive director, Japan Sign Design Association; Director, Asia Townscape Design Society; President, GA-TAP. inc., Fukuoka-city and Tokyo, J
Designing new public transport nformation standards: Methods, processes and skills for innovation
Giuseppe Attoma Pepe, Principal, Attoma SARL, Paris, F
Continuity: Seamless traveling is recreation
Prof. Oliver Wrede, University of Applied Sciences Aachen, D
Multi device strategies for mobility information services
Michael Kieslinger, Founder and managing partner, Fluidtime Data Services GmbH, Wien/Vienna, A
A new real time industry
Bent Flyen, Advisor in real time information systems, Norwegian State Railways Operations IT, Oslo, N
Individual company brands: More important than good passenger information?
Birgitte Lomholt-Woolridge, Marketing Manager, Rejseplanen A/S, Valby, DK
17:30   End of day 1
18:30   Social event hosted by the mayor of St. Poelten
Guided tour of the historic city centre of St. Poelten, including the Klangturm (sound tower) and reception at the town hall (20:00)
 
Friday, 07 September 2012
 
09:00   Session 4: Traffic Information for the driver, cyclist, pedestrian
    Introduction: Prof. Clive Richards and Veronika Egger
  Elevator statements from:
User interface design for traffic services – research, projects and prospects
Klaus Heimbuchner, Project development/PR , for Hans Fiby, ITS Vienna Region, A
Variable Message Signs (VMS) as part of traffic guidance systems
Wolfgang Ernst, SWARCO FUTURIT Verkehrssignalsysteme Ges.m.b.H., Perchtoldsdorf, A
ITS for Smart Cities
Thomas Novak for Gino Franco, SWARCO MIZAR, S.p.A., Turin, I
International standards
Bent Flyen, Advisor in real time information systems, Norwegian State Railways Operations IT, Oslo, N
Information designs as a mediator in the transitions of oral information to digital information on public transport
Case of study: Integrated Transport System of Cali-Colombia City “Masivo Integrado de Occidente MIO".
Mario Fernando Uribe Orozco, Autónoma de Occidente University / Social Communication Faculty, Cali, CO
10:15  

Refreshment break

sponsored by Vienna International Airport

11:00   Session 5: Traffic & Transport Educational initiatives
  - Barrier free education planning in Austria
Prof. Guenter Emberger, Institute of Transportation, Vienna University of Technology, A
Railway Infrastructure Technology – Bachelor and Master study programmes
Georg Barta, University of Applied Sciences FH St. Poelten, A
Master’s degree programme: European Railway Systems
Bernhard Rueger, University of Applied Sciences FH St. Poelten, A
MSc Traffic & Transport Information Design
Veronika Egger, IIID, is-Design, Vienna, A
12:00   Round table: New challenges, new education, new jobs
12:30   Closing remarks
13:00   End of Traffic&Transport 2012


* An elevator pitch (or elevator speech or
elevator statement - the term we prefer to use) reflects the idea that it should be possible to sum up unique aspects of a service, product or concept in a way that excites others - in the time span of an elevator ride.



Please note we reserve the right to change the program at any time.


 

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