ITS European Congress.

Strasbourg, France, 19–22 June 2017. Europe's leading event for intelligent transport specialists.

 
 

Technical Visits

PAS – Strasbourg Autonomous Port

Description:

Being the first inland port community system of its kind, the Rhine Ports Information System (RPIS) represents a state-of-the-art traffic management platform designed to connect all major stakeholders in container barge handling and boost their efficiency.

The recognition of the need to implement a common digital infrastructure has been a fundamental motivation behind the development of the RPIS, as the latter owes its success to the close collaboration between Rhine Ports Basel-Mulhouse-Weil, Port of Strasbourg, Rheinhäfen Karlsruhe and 4 other Upper Rhine Ports.

The visit of the Port of Strasbourg will comprise a visit of the container terminal and on-site demonstrations, mainly focusing on the Rhine Ports Information System (RPIS) for inland ports barge reservation.

Price:

16.67 Excl VAT

(so 20€ Incl VAT)

Dates and Times:

Tuesday 20 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 10:30 AM

Wednesday 21 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 15:30 PM

Maximum Participants (no minimum)

Maximum 30 Participants

 

IoT Lab by Icube

Description:

The large scale open testbed IoT-LAB is designed to provide innovative solutions to mobility challenges via a large scale infrastructure facility suitable for testing small wireless sensor devices and heterogeneous communicating objects.

The technical visit to the IoT-LAB will represent the perfect way to make science and business meet together and build the bridge between professionals, scientists and entrepreneurs via exchanging experiences, ideas and inspiring future cooperation. The technical visit to IoT-LAB will represent a unique chance to gain awareness on the French research practices and will more specifically focus on issues such as object mobility integration model and interoperability.

The visit will approximately last 1,5 – 2h and will include a presentation and a short tour which will aim to shed light on the innovative services and products of IoT – LAB.

Price:

16.67 Excl VAT

(so 20€ Incl VAT)

Date and Time:

Tuesday 20 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at15:30

Wednesday 21 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 10:30 AM

Maximum Participants (no minimum)

Maximum 30 Participants

SIRAC  Strasbourg Traffic Management  Centre

Description:

The visit at the Automated Traffic Information and Control Service, SIRAC is aimed to present the way SIRAC regulates the traffic flow within the agglomeration of Strasbourg, provides effective traffic speed increase through equipment at the cutting edge of innovation, predictive approach of events management and 24-hour service for users.

Apart from its traditional traffic management activities and maintenance missions, the scope of action and missions of SIRAC have expanded over time and it currently extends to providing the protection of pedestrian areas, real-time information for users, tunnels and passenger stands management and the implementation of the road safety policy and public transport priority in the Eurometropolis.
In addition to the discovery of the traffic management center, the visit will focus on the feedback from the organization of the WTC car rally in the streets of the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg and its impact on the city traffic management system.

Price:

16.67 Excl VAT

(so 20€ Incl VAT)

Dates and Times:

Tuesday 20 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 10:30 AM

Wednesday 21 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 10:30 AM

Thursday 22 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 10:30 AM

Maximum Participants (no minimum)

Maximum 20 Participants

 

Strasbourg NFC guided Tour

Description:

Strasbourg is one of the first cities in France that deploy NFC Services. This technical visit offers the opportunity to discover and practice the versatility of the NFC services rolled out in the city.

Services include:

  • the public information service of Strasbourg Eurométropole accessed via NFC tags and QR codes StrasPlus – “four leaf clover” stickers in civic buildings, in car parks and at transit stops provide smartphone users with links to real time and location-based transportation and “what’s on” information across the city.
  • The U’GO ticketing application launched by the transportation company of Strasbourg (CTS). The U’GO mobile app enables the purchase and the validation of tickets using the NFC technology.
  • Orange Cash is a NFC payment service launched by the Mobile network operator, Orange, enabling NFC phone owners to use a prepaid card stored on their handset to pay for goods at contactless terminals

During your visit you will also enjoy a guided tour of Strasbourg’s Petite France quarter which is an integral part of the city’s UNESCO World Heritage site

Price:

16.67 Excl VAT

(so 20€ Incl VAT)

Dates and Times:

Monday 19 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 14:00 PM

 

Maximum Participants (no minimum)

Maximum 20 Participants

Smartphones will be handed over against ID card (1 smartphone per 2 people)


Strasbourg NFC Tour

Description:

Strasbourg is one of the first cities in France that deploy NFC Services. This visit offers the opportunity to discover and practice the versatility of the NFC services rolled out within the city.

These include:

  • the public information service of Strasbourg Eurométropole accessed via NFC tags and QR codes StrasPlus – “four leaf clover” stickers in civic buildings, car parks and at transit stops provide smartphone users with links to real time and location-based transportation and “what’s on” information across the city.
  • The U’GO ticketing application launched by the transportation company of Strasbourg (CTS). The U’GO mobile app enables the purchase and the validation of tickets using the NFC technology.
  • Orange Cash a NFC payment service launched by the Mobile network operator Orange, enabling NFC phone owners to use a prepaid card stored on their handset to pay for goods at contactless terminals

Price:

16.67 Excl VAT

(so 20€ Incl VAT)

Dates and Times:

Tuesday 20 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 13:00 PM

Wednesday 21 June – Meeting in the lobby of the Congress Center at 13:00 PM

Maximum Participants (no minimum)

Maximum 20 Participants

Smartphones will be handed over against ID card (1 smartphone per 2 people)