TMaaS final Conference
The TMaaS consortium is organising the final TMaaS conference on the 21st of January 2021.
With this conference, we’re marking the end of our TMaaS journey, the official end of our 3-year European project. This will be a virtual conference.
Under the theme, “A story of innovating mobility together”, the event will bring together partners from the project, Replicator Cities, other UIA mobility projects and representatives of industry, academia and public authorities to discuss the major challenges and learnings related to Traffic Management as a Service.
13:30 Opening by Filip Watteeuw, Alderman for Mobility, Public Space and Urban Planning
13:45 Part 1 TMaaS Project Insights
15:40 Break & Networking
16:00 Part 2 Interactive panel discussion
16:55 Presentation by the UIA
Scroll down to view the full TMaaS Conference program.
13:30 Opening speech by Filip Watteeuw, Alderman for Mobility, Public Space and Urban Planning
13:45 Part 1: The TMaaS Story
Short presentations by the TMaaS partners and Replicator Cities to demonstrate the highlights of the TMaaS project, with a focus on lessons learned!
TMaaS & Innovation
TMaaS technical architecture
Researching the needs of users by Kevin Sanders, HCI Researcher at Meaningful Interactions Lab, KU Leuven (LinkedIn)
When a city leads the way.. TMaaS for the City of Ghent
How to work with data in cities
Replicating TMaaS in Southwark (London): A part of London with similar traffic management challenges as Ghent
Replicating TMaaS in Duran (Ecuador): Start small, end big in a city with less Big Data experience
Stakeholder involvement by Evelien Marlier, Project Manager and Researcher at European Passengers’ Federation (LinkedIn)
Replicating TMaaS in Slim Naar Antwerpen: A key example of the merging of systems and co-creation in the region
15:40 Break & Networking carroussel
16:00 Part 2 Innovation
Panel discussion with:
- Yves Roelandt, Director of the Mobility Company of the City of Ghent (LinkedIn)
- Edoardo Felici, policy officer in the unit “Sustainable and Intelligent Transport” in European Commission’s DG MOVE (LinkedIn)
- Prof. Dr. Ir. Sidharta Gautama, Professor in Intelligent Systems Engineering at Ghent University (LinkedIn)
- Steven Logghe, Business Unit Director Traffic Management, Be-Mobile (LinkedIn)
- Stephanie Leonard, Head of Traffic Innovation and Policy, TomTom (LinkedIn)
16:55 Urban Innovative Actions
A presentation by Iraklis Stamos, UIA
17:00 – 17:30 Closing & Networking