European Transportation GIS Summit

19-20 May, 2016 | Rotterdam, Netherlands

Agenda at a Glance


Thursday, 19 May

  • 1000 – 1700

    Registration Open

  • 1030 – 1130

    Pre-Summit Session

  • 1100 – 1830

    Partner Exhibition Open

  • 1200 – 1330

    Welcome Lunch and Networking

  • 1330 – 1530

    Plenary

  • 1530 – 1600

    Afternoon Break

  • 1600– 1730

    Breakout Sessions

  • 1730– 1830

    Networking Reception

  • 1830– 2130

    Dinner

Friday, 20 May

  • 0730 – 1030

    Registration Open

  • 0830 – 1700

    Partner Exhibition Open

  • 0830 – 1000

    Breakout Sessions

  • 1000– 1030

    Networking Break

  • 1030 – 1200

    Breakout Sessions

  • 1200– 1330

    Hosted Lunch

  • 1330– 1500

    Breakout Sessions

  • 1515– 1630

    Closing Session

Proposed Topics:

Aviation

  • Indoor wayfinding and passenger location analysis

  • Operations Dashboard

  • eTOD and ADQ compliance

  • AIXM 5.1 and temporality

  • SWIM strategies

Cross Industry

  • Mobile workforce enablement in asset management

  • Integrating real time sensor data into operations dashboards

  • BIM – GIS interoperability

  • Intelligent transportation systems and smart communities

Highways

  • Traffic management data and solutions

  • Linear referencing tools for infrastructure management

  • 3D for highway planning

  • Best practices in enterprise asset management integration

  • Web GIS facilitating ArcGIS as a platform

  • Incident management for safety and security

Rail

  • Field data collection methods

  • Real-time performance monitoring

  • Geo-schematics

  • AIXM 5.1 and temporality

  • SWIM strategies

Public Transport

  • Mobility on demand / Mobility as a service

  • Better public interaction through GIS

  • Improved public transport service with GIS

  • Route Planning for improved service provision

Ports and Maritime

  • ENC workflow and rapid updating

  • Port optimization

  • Port security

  • Real time port visibility

Logistics, Post and Package Delivery

  • Route optimization and planning

  • Innovations in geocoding methods and data management

  • Supply chain and risk management

  • Routing with telematics