Webinar on Evaluation and Impact Assessment of ITS & C-ITS on 26 February

The third webinar of the CAPITAL ITS e-learning project will train participants in the principles and methods of of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Cooperative ITS (C-ITS) evaluation, provide an overview of impact assessment of these services, and present a new approach in the evaluation of C-ITS.

26 February 2019, 11:00 – 12:00 CET

Register now: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2950360629603972610

This one-hour webinar is open to all with no prior requirement. Participation to the webinar is free of charge, but registration is mandatory.

By attending this webinar, you can expect to learn about:

  • The importance and the approaches of ITS and C-ITS evaluation
  • The methods and strategies that are used for ITS and C-ITS evaluation
  • The impacts of selected ITS and C-ITS services
  • The ways in which a fit-for-purpose evaluation methodology can be developed for and applied to C-ITS

This training session is an ideal opportunity for everyone interested in getting an in-depth understanding of the significance of impact assessment and evaluation of ITS and C-ITS in achieving efficient deployment of these systems.

 

Speakers

Dr. Evangelos Mitsakis

President of ITS Hellas Association

Senior Researcher at the Hellenic Institute of Transport

Evangelos Mitsakis holds a diploma in civil engineering and a doctorate degree (PhD) in transport engineering. His interests cover two main research lines. The first one includes Intelligent Transport Systems, both at traffic management and control and at traveler information level, while in the recent years he works on Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS). The second research line is related to impact assessment of climate change on transport systems and networks.

Simon Edwards

Senior Researcher, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

Simon Edwards is a Senior Researcher in ITS in the Transport Operations Research Group. He is involved in much of the Transport Operation Research Group’s Europe-facing ITS research, and has participated in many successful applications for European research funding. He has knowledge of and experience in many different areas of ITS, including cooperative systems, urban mobility, and electro-mobility. Simon's specialist field is Inclusive Mobility, in particular accessibility for disabled and older people. His other skills include the user evaluation processes and assessment of the practical application and acceptance of ITS.

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