The third webinar of the CAPITAL ITS e-learning project will train participants in the principles and methods of ITS and C-ITS evaluation, provide an overview of impact assessment of these services, and present a new approach in the evaluation of C-ITS.
The CAPITAL project held its 5th on-site training programme in Athens, Greece on 18 December as part of the 4th ITS Hellas Conference and Exhibition.
The second webinar of the CAPITAL ITS e-learning project will offer training on standards, testing and certification issues for intelligent transport systems (ITS) and connected ITS (C-ITS), including a closer look at practical examples presented as case studies.
The recording of the first webinar of the CAPITAL ITS e-learning project is now available on Youtube.
It is not too late to register for the conference and the CAPITAL workshop for a unique learning opportunity in ITS and C-ITS.
This first webinar of the CAPITAL ITS e-learning project will offer introductory training on intelligent transport systems (ITS) and connected ITS (C-ITS), with a look at deployment stories, basic requirements, and potential benefits for public authorities.
The fifth ITS e-learning on-site training programme will take place in Athens, Greece on 18 December 2018, as part of the 4th ITS Hellas Conference organised by ITS Hellas, the Greek association for the deployment of intelligent transport systems.
The CAPITAL ITS e-learning project held its first on-site training programme in Great Britain on 17th October during the Transport Technology Forum Conference 2018, at the New City Campus of Newcastle University.
The 2018 Transport Technology Forum Conference (TTF) was held at the Core, part of the New City Campus of Newcastle University on the 16th and 17th of October and attracted over 140 delegates from across the UK and Europe to hear about the deployment of Cooperative ITS (C-ITS) in British cities.
The CAPITAL project was present at the 25th ITS World Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark with an exclusive C-ITS showcase, organised in partnership with the C-MobILE project.
Take a ride on the streets of Copenhagen in a C-ITS connected vehicle at a state-of-the-art C-ITS showcase during the ITS World Congress 2018.
The 3rd CAPITAL ITS e-learning pilot training took place in Split, Croatia on 7-8 June in cooperation with CROCODILE 2, focusing on guidance for the deployment of ITS and C-ITS.
The CAPITAL team took part in the OECD’s International Transport Forum (ITF) 2018 in Leipzig, Germany from 23 to 25 May, with a stand promoting the project’s online training activities.
The CAPITAL project organised a new showcase at the Transport Research Arena in Vienna in April 2018, in collaboration with the C-Roads Platform.
Europe’s leading intelligent transport systems (ITS) players have joined forces to deliver ground-breaking training and educational courses based on the mass Online Open Course model. Courses start on 17 April on the ITS e-learning online training platform.
CAPITAL Project partners are delighted to announce a showcase event in cooperation with C-Roads at Transport Research Arena 2018 in Vienna to provide you with an insight into C-ITS services to be deployed in 2019.
Registration for the online training platform and courses is now open and will provide people with the chance to learn about ITS and cooperative ITS (C-ITS) services.
The CAPITAL project was presented by Dr. Evangelos Mitsakis in a special session dedicated to ITS and training.
The event is free of charge and targets stakeholders from the Nordic and Baltic transport sector.
Representatives of the CAPITAL project networked with a number of British local authorities and shared their experience and needs for C-ITS deployment
Initial results of the CAPITAL project’s stakeholder consultation have been reviewed.
CAPITAL showcased its online training platform and courses on ITS and C-ITS at Smart Mobility World 2017 in Turin, Italy, for the very first time as it held its first ‘training day’.
Manuela Flachi, speaking on behalf of the CAPITAL project, talks about how the project will educate people using C-ITS.
A complete round-up of the CAPITAL project's activities at the 2017 European ITS Congress in Strasbourg.
On day 2 of this year’s European ITS Congress, the CAPITAL project took part in the UpTop Taxi Network Tour.
Simon Edwards, from Newcastle University, presented a paper during the session on ‘Connected and automated transport’ about the C-ITS Deployment Programme Framework.
Session PR01 focused on identifying the needs and requirements for developing better training tools and methods for fleet managers and drivers unfamiliar with ITS.
Evolution of ITS Skills in relation to the European New Skills Agenda (SIS 06) was the first Session of the ITS Congress in which the CAPITAL project was presented.
The session brought together public and private C-ITS stakeholders to discuss existing European initiatives dealing with the C-ITS deployment challenges.
From June 19-22, CAPITAL will be participating the 12th European ITS Congress taking place this year in Strasbourg.
CAPITAL has released a questionnaire to identify the needs and knowledge gaps for building tailor made training programmes for ITS.
Main objective was to foster knowledge sharing on C-ITS urban pilots and best practices.
The Automotive Week 2017 took place from Sunday 26 March until Friday 31 March 2017 at the Automotive Campus in Helmond, Netherlands.
SAFE STRIP has released a User Needs Survey to identify stakeholder needs and formulate primary use cases.
Manuela Flachi, the CAPITAL Project Manager, with contribution from Rita Bhandari and Jonathan Benton, ERTICO-ITS Europe, explains how the CAPITAL project helps to foster the uptake, development and deployment of ITS services in transport networks.