On 27–28 of February, 2018, Kazan will host the 5th International Research and Practice Conference - ITS Forum - Kazan “Modern problems of life safety: intelligent transport systems and situation centers”.
During this event the conference halls of Korston Hotel will serve a meeting point for Russian and foreign specialists, scientists, engineers and developers who work in the field of ITS and situation centers and aim to air, share and discuss the promising areas of development and achieved results in the area of integration of telecom technologies, automated interplay of road network infrastructure objects, operation of cargo and passenger terminals, vehicles and road users.
The organizers of the conference: the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, state corporation “Rostec”, “National Telematic Systems” group of companies, LLC “RT-Invest”, state budget organization “Road Traffic Safety”, state budget organization “Scientific Center for Life Safety”, regional public organization “Tatarstan association of road traffic safety veterans”, Ertico ITS Europe.
The conference will also include “Hackathon” – the contest, held on the grounds of ITIS Higher School of Kazan Federal University, shall feature the ITS related R&D works, run and conducted by students.
1. Papers must be original, not previously published.
2. The content and structure of the text should include (if applicable) the following elements:
the problem (a question that is addressed in the article);
the scientific exposition with introduction to the problem;
the analysis of existing methodological approaches in solving the problem;
scientific argumentation & theory proving;
overall results of the study;
The article should be written in the form understandable not only to specialists in the field, but also to a wide range of readers interested in the topic. This shall require additional explanation of the specialized scientific terminology.
3. The size of the paper - from 4 to 15 pages.
4. The text:
Font: Times New Roman, size - 14, spacing - at least 18;
Page parameters: top, left fields - 2,5 cm; right, bottom - 2 cm, without hyphenation; indentation – 1, 25 cm, width adjustment line.
Structure: left top of the page - UDC, the title - in the center, bold capital letters 14 fonts below - author information (name and initials of authors, academic degree, title, institution, city, country);
The paper should contain a brief abstract not exceeding 5 sentences and 10 keywords.
The headline, author’s data, annotation, keywords must be in Russian and English.
5. The article should contain references at the end (a full bibliographic description of sources) in alphabetical order.
6. It is recommended to send images as separate files; the file title must correspond with the number of the picture in the article.
7. The organizing committee reserves the right to select and edit materials, without entering into correspondence with the author. The Organizing Committee does not review submitted materials and will not return them to their authors.
8. The articles of graduate students and applicants must be provided in printed form signed by scientific advisor.
The program of the conference (plenary and breakout sessions) will be presented after the assessment of all submitted articles.
The conference welcomes all companies, institutions and individuals interested in issues addressed.
The event will be held in «Korston» hotel, 1A, Ershov street, Kazan, the Republic of Tatarstan.
The deadline for submission of articles and application forms is December, 11 2017 (e-mail: , email@example.com) Forms & papers sent after the deadline will not be accepted.
Applications and articles should be presented in accordance with the requirements and should be available in electronic form, file (zip), with the name of the first author as the filename (Arabic numerals) (e.g., Ivanov I.zip, Smith.zip etc).
Please wait for confirmation of its acceptance by the organizing committee.
All articles will be published in author's edition; a collection will be provided to each participant.
Connected and Automated Driving is the hot topic in European discussions at both the policy and technology levels. The automotive Industry, the telecom industry and the European decision-makers are preparing for what looks as inevitable: self-driving vehicles are soon to be seen on our road networks. Technology and highly automated driving systems are running at a faster pace than most of us expected. Some private sector companies have placed self-driving vehicles out on the road network already in the US but Europe still needs to take important decisions and actions. The road infrastructure has an important role to play. It is called upon to address the needs of the digital age and accommodate the existence of both connected and automated vehicles as well as those that are using legacy systems. In the transition from the current situation on the road network towards the situation where fully automated vehicles manage to reach full penetration, the road infrastructure has to be able to host and enable all types of vehicles.
Goal of the panel discussion
How will the private and public sector plan to contribute to the readiness of road infrastructures in Europe for what is about to come and how does the infrastructure of the road network have to respect the fact that change, no matter how fast, needs time to be complete? This session’s interesting panel discussion promises to examine Connected and Automated Driving and identify what are the steps that can make a difference even in the short term. The panel will give concrete examples of AD technologies on vehicles, on the roads and in the traffic management centers which can make a difference already today.
Moderator Jacob Bangsgaard – CEO, ERTICO – ITS Europe
1. Klaus Schierhackl, ASFINAG: How are road operators in Europe already working on hybrid technologies that will enable vehicles to communicate with the infrastructure making it possible for public authorities to manage the network and its flow?
2. Christoph Bergdolt, SWARCO: How is the industry currently cooperating with all transport stakeholders so that there is a coordinated approach towards investments?
3. Anders Bonander, VOLVO Group: How does the automotive industry see its future and that of its customers? Truck platooning and the work of the automotive industry on communication technologies (V2V and V2I)
4. Monica Giannini, IRU: tbc
5. Alexey Gogenko, NAMI: ITS: from concept to actions
6. Firdaus Kabirov, KAMAZ: Development of multifunctional robotic system based on "Kamaz" with autonomous mode
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