European Transportation GIS Summit
October 2-3, 2018 | London, United Kingdom
Detailed Agenda
Take a close look at how GIS is used in various areas of transportation at the European Transportation GIS Summit. Hear directly from users using GIS to accomplish their missions. Get inspired and immerse yourself in the following sessions:
Thursday, May 19 | Pre-Summit Session
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1030 - 1130

Tools for Building Great Information Products using ArcGIS Online

Bernie Szukalski, Chief Technology Advocate and Product Strategist, Esri

Thursday, May 19 | Plenary Session 1330 - 1530
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1330 - 1335

Welcome and Opening Address

Ian Koeppel, Transportation Business Development Manager, Esri Europe

1335 - 1345

Welcome Video

Jack Dangermond, President and Founder, Esri

1345 - 1415

The Finnish Transport Agency

The Finnish Transport Agency has started a 3 year digitization program, which paves way for new transport services & proactive maintenance management. The program has 6 project areas aimed to develop digitized processes & interactions creating new, real-time information about transport infrastructure, traffic & customer feedback. This presentation focuses on the central role of the ArcGIS platform as the basis for solutions supporting multiple modes of transport.

1415 - 1445

Thinking Differently about Web GIS

Bernie Szukalski, Chief Technology Advocate and Product Strategist, Esri

Thursday, May 19 | 1600 - 1730
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Roads - Asset Management

Location: Goudriaan Room I & II

On-line Data Management of 3D and 2D Vector and Pointcloud Data of Budapest's Road Network

Presenter: Akos Kisreti - Budapest

  • Budapest acquired with RODIS (ROad Data Information System) the entire city in 3D with MLS technology (Mobile Laser Scanner) in 1,5 years, and produced a reference Geodatabase for the road network.

Survey Grade Data Capture for Non-surveyors with ZenoCollector

Presenter: Mike Cooper - Leica

  • Occasionally organisations need to capture accurate and enriched data for particular tasks such as parking restrictions within a municipality boundary, maintaining asset inventories, general mapping or perhaps a road traffic incident on the highway.

AgileAssets Infrastructure Asset Management

Presenter: Dr. Pascal Laumet - AgileAssets

  • AgileAssets is the leading global provider of integrated infrastructure asset management software solutions and services for public transportation agencies. Our proven solutions enable a systematic process for the complete life cycle management of infrastructure assets including; roads and highways, facilities, bridges, fleets, telecom, traffic signals, ITS, traffic signs and more. AgileAssets provides full integration with the ESRI Roads and Highways LRS and the ArcGIS server
Aviation - Airport Operations

Location: Leeuwen Room I

Implementation of AMDB at Avinor. From GAP Analysis to Pilot Project

Presenter: Knut Sindre Vale - Avinor

  • An AMDB is a spatial database of an airport, with certain requirements. With the help of Geodata (ESRI distributor in Norway), Avinor wanted to see if our data were compliant with an AMDB or not. We found some considerable gaps both with the data model and with the data management. We have therefore decided to do a pilot project on two airports. This includes setting up a data model, preparing data extraction, field surveying, and import and control of the data after the surveying.

Winter Operations Planning at Madrid Barajas Airport

Presenter: Cesar Marin Fernandez - Aena Madrid

  • The Winter Plan Operations App uses ArcGIS to create a common operational picture providing all stakeholders with information needed to perform a complexity of coordinated actions.

Manchester Airport GroupGIS in Asset Management for Airport Transformation Programme

Presenter: Vickie Withnell - Manchester Airport Group

  • Realising the benefit of collaboration throughout a project can create strategic benefits to all. Utilising standardised data can drive both physical and organisational changes and benefit more than just a development site.
Maritime - ENC

Location: Penn Room I

Intermodal Transportation SIIG Portal Module

Presenter: Eduardo Moutinho - APS - Port of Sines and Algarve Authority

  • The Intermodal, Vessel, Road and Rail Transportation SIIG Portal module is a Web application that aims to provide, the administration of the port of Sines, with functionalities to manage the cargo handling and containers carried by truck or train in the logistical corridors.This new module for SIIG Portal is supported in a scalable architecture, respecting the standards of information technology, communication and interoperability, ensuring sustainable development of long-term system., A One Stop Shop for Flooding Information and Forecast in Flanders, Realisation of a High Availability and High Capacity Solution for Live Information

Presenter: Lieven Verheust - SIGGIS

  • is providing live information for both professionals and civilians on flooding risks and related data such as rainfall, tides and drought evolution and forecast. The system available 24/7 and has been built for high capacity, typically when hundreds of thousands of calls are done during flood situations. is gathering and combining live information and forecasts from many different sources with regard to flooding risk assessment.

How Ports Benefit from the use of GIS

Presenter: John Pepper - OceanWise

  • Ports and harbours are multi-faceted business and hold spatially referenced data for both land and marine operations. In order for ports to remain competitive, they are increasingly seeking to modernise their data holdings and create more efficient working practices. This presentation examines how OceanWise has developed a range of workflow productivity tools for ports that produce outputs in the form of maps, graphs or reports using the power of the functionality of GIS.
Logistics - Business Operations

Location: Penn Room II

From Lousy Street Data to GIS based Optimization of Fleets and Service Technicians

Presenter: Babak Toloue Tehrani - Geocom Germany

  • The recent successful implementations of GIS based logistics optimization depend on highly accurate und current street data. This presentation shows how to match, update and conflate street data from various sources into one optimal, routable Network Data Set. It then shows how to use this network for logistics applications: tour and sequential planning of delivery fleets and service technicians, app based routing and navigation, as well as site selection with cluster algorithms.

How the ArcGIS Platform Supports Business Operations at a Large Free Newspaper and Advertisement Distribution Business

Presenter: Leif Dahl Peterson - Rapidis

  • Forbruger-Kontakt distributes printed advertisements and a free newspaper to 2 million households. ArcGIS supports business aspects like: Distribution, Delivery routes and Mapping. The presentation gives an overview of the ArcGIS Technologies used and dives more into two specific applications: 1. Optimization and planning of bulk distribution from packaging facilities to depots. 2. Planning of individual delivery routes. (Partitioning, Sequencing and Web mapping application for route editing)

Ins!ghts: Your Personal Delivery Anywhere, Anytime

Presenter: Martin Smit and Jaap Poelwijk - SANDD

  • To be more competitive and distinctive in the Dutch postal market we use ArcGIS Desktop and ArcGIS for Server to deliver a higher quality service. ArcGIS helps to determine if addresses were actually visited and delivered. This transparency in delivery issues helps to solve problems across all districts to achieve higher delivery KPIs for improved service to customers.
Friday, May 20 | 0830 - 1000
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Roads - Linear Referencing

Location: Goudriaan Room I & II

Enterprise GIS Solutions including Esri Roads and Highways for Road Infrastructure Management

Presenter: Stefan Schnitzhofer - Bavaria

  • This presentation focusses on the newest methods and technologies the Bavarian Road Administration uses to provide a maximum of information for all their tasks. The “BAYSIS Kartenfenster” (map window) offers a modern, web-based user experience in road network and asset information analysis. Based on the Esri Platform, Geocom develops a prototypical implementation of the Esri Roads and Highways extension to fulfill the requirements resulting from the complex challenges of a road administration.

Advanced Linear Referencing - Roadmap for Esri Roads and Highways

Presenter: Dr. Heiko Willenbacher - Geocom

  • This presentation gives an overview about the Esri Roads and Highways solution for advanced linear referencing. Besides the principle functions, features and use cases the presentation focusses on the raod map of the product and the upcoming Highlights.
Aviation - Indoor Wayfinding

Location: Leeuwen Room I

Indoor Wayfinding at Schiphol Airport

Presenter: Rene Bootsman - Schiphol Group

  • Thousands of people are travelling through Amsterdam Airport Schiphol every day. Not finding your way through an airport is a common frustration for travellers. In an endeavour to solve this problem, Schiphol has launched an update to their existing Schiphol Airport App with indoor wayfinding. The dynamic environment of Schiphol and the complexity of their source data and business processes both turned out to be a real challenge in producing a simple wayfinding pplication for passengers.

Helsinki Airport Wayfinding Strategy and How to Get There

Presenter: Eero Knuutila - Finavia

  • Helsinki Airport is a leading Asia-Europe transfer hub serving 17M passengers/year. At Helsinki, we have defined a total wayfinding concept covering both physical and digital passenger channels. The basis of the digital wayfinding suite is a shared digital map that is updated by data owners directly. The map is published in all digital channels and provides the basis for personalized guidance and service discovery. In the presentation, we will introduce the suite and our implementation plans.

Oceaneering & FlightAware Partner to Bring Real-time Flight Tracking Data over the Ocean

Presenter: Max Tribolet - FlightAware

  • Oceaneering is installing FlightAware flight tracking receivers on oil rigs and maritime vessels. Users of ArcGIS benefit from newly available flight tracking data. FlightAware is providing the hardware for free. Real-time, low-latency and high-fidelity flight tracking data has never been available over the ocean!
Rail - Geo-Schematics

Location: Leeuwen Room II

Naiade: Geographical, Schematical and Mathematical Representation of the Dutch Railroad

Presenter: Ben van Tricht - CGI

  • The Naiade project integrates different data sources into one GIS to support a safer, reliable and more efficient rail network by supplying the rail sector with accurate, complete and up to date location based information. Naiade integrates schematic information (junctions, topology) and geographical information (signs, signals, …) and uses a national rail standard to exchange data within the sector.

Providing a Single Source of Data

Presenter: Charlotte Muller - Bartlett & West

  • GIS helps support a railroad’s operations. Schematics display a massive amount of existing GIS data in a simplified and very compact format yet readable document. Such documents can be generated dynamically as data in supporting bands change. These automated track charts become a one-stop shop for systems-wide data, allowing railroads to manage updates and view changes immediately.

Ernst Basler + Partner – Train Delay Bot

Logistics Optimization

Location: Penn Room II

RouteSmart Route Optimization for E-Commerce Delivery

Presenter: Douglas Hill - Routesmart Technologies

  • By 2018, more than 50% of deliveries are expected to shift from retail locations to residential due to the surge of e-commerce, making the job of creating more efficient routes a greater challenge. To remain competitive, organizations must know how to navigate this changing landscape. And these changes present opportunities for growth. RouteSmart Technologies provides the ideal tools for large-scale route optimization in the postal and home delivery markets.

Mauritius - Last Mile Route Optimization

Presenter: Karel Mauric - Austrian Post

  • The Austrian Post is the leading logistics and postal services provider in Austria. The main business activity is the transport and delivery of letters, which usually takes place the next business day. In order to meet this challenge, a complex process chain, supported by sophisticated IT solutions, has been set up. One of these solutions is ‘Mauritius', a client-server based GIS application, supporting the planning and optimization process for approximately 9.000 postal carrier routes.

3 Words for Precise Location in Transportation

Presenter: Tim Williams - what3words

  • Communicating precise location is a vital for the smooth running of transportation systems. what3words is a revolutionary location reference that makes it easy for people to communicate precise location when a street address won’t do. Based on a grid of 57 trillion 3x3 metre squares it assigns a unique 3 word address to each square. This talk describes what3words and customer stories in transport asset management, emergency response, multimodal travel planning and logistics/postal delivery.
Friday, May 20 | 1030 - 1200
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Rail - Operations Control

Location: Leeuwen Room II

GIS for Railways Operations Control Center

Presenter: Borja Munoz - Idom

  • Most of the railways companies use a variety of systems for planning and running operations. These systems usually share some information but there is no single interface that presents all the information in a meaningful way. This presentation will show how Renfe (Spanish Railway Operator) is using the ArcGIS Platform for managing its operations in a more efficient way by integrating the systems used for scheduling, real-time tracking, rolling stock maintenance and incident management.

Railway Asset Operational Performance Visualization in ArcGIS

Presenter: Matthew Miller - OSIsoft

  • Modern railways systems are digitizing their critical assets to improve performance, reduce risk and deliver predictable outcomes. This presentation shares some examples of how visualizing this data through ArcGIS delivers on these goals through several rail examples using a Common Operational Picture of different data sources from both OT and IT and leads to improved Situational Awareness.

Utilizing Data from the Signalling Program in GIS

Presenter: Preben Rohde Larsen, Banedanmark

  • Danish Rail infrastructure owner Banedanmark is undertaking a complete replacement of all signaling on the entire Intercity network with ERTMS and with CBTC on the Copenhagen S-bane. This will create new data in new formats and implies the need for new approaches and processes that will be supported by the ArcGIS platform. In the presentation this is described and exemplified by how Banedanmark in the future will handle approvement of possession control and speed restrictions.
Maritime Track

Location: Penn Room I


Presenter: Ben van Scherpenzeel - Port of Rotterdam

  • Development of Avanti as a tool to exchange nautical data with publishers, customers and traders.

CoRISma and Requirements for Harmonized Voyage Planning and Traffic Planning

Presenter: Rene Visser and Lea Kuiters - Rijkswaterstaat

  • The scope of the EU's River Info System enabled European inland waterway corridor management project (CoRISMa) is very broad. This presentation will focus on the survey to reach a common & harmonized approach of European stakeholders for traffic voyage, traffic planning and transport reporting across the national borders.
Public Transport - Innovative Apps

Location: Penn Room II

How to Enhance Accessibility and Passenger Indoor Route Planning and Finding with 2D/3D GIS Data. From CAD to BIM through GIS

Presenter: David Lellouche - RATP

  • We will present the use of geographic data to visualize travel through the transport network, and present results of projects on 2D/3D map representations, laser and 3D point cloud survey to 3D model, including “as built” BIM. We will discuss an experiment with a vocal travel app for blind persons, and present Mobigis solutions for indoor journey planning.

Integrating Web Maps within an Online Customer Web Portal

Presenter: Saad Masood - SYPTE

  • Integrated into a new customer information portal, Esri’s ArcGIS technology is helping the South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive to transform the way that it communicates with its customers. The strategic use of newly developed fully responsive web-based GIS mapping is not only delivering more convenient and personalised services for passengers, it is also contributing to savings of over £400,000 a year.
Friday, May 20 | 1330 - 1500
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Roads - Intermodal Systems

Location: Goudriaan Room I & II

Connectivity Enabling Efficient Mobility

Presenter: Peter Beaumont - HERE

  • Presentation will highlight the innovations from HERE that are enablling developing of more efficient mobility solutions, This will include innovations in traffic solutions and introduce the HERE Reality Lens lidar based data collection tools.

Intermodal Transport Applications and Smart Mobility Systems for Planners and Citizens: A Case Study from Abu Dhabi

Presenter: Francisco Guerrero - Idom

  • Departments of Transport are collecting sensor data for a specific purpose but it can be re-used for many other purposes and systems. This presentation will show how Abu Dhabi is using innovative tools to analyze the sensor information for planners, decision makers and citizens. Big data analytics is used for calculating OD matrices, historical data is analyzed to infer traffic pattern and real time information is provided to decision makers through dashboards.

TfL Roads Modernisation in London – What? When? Where?

Presenter: Craig Hayes, Esri UK on behalf of Fiona Clowes, Transport for London

  • At TfL work has begun on the delivery of the £4 Billion Road Modernisation Plan, representing the largest investment in London’s road and streets for a generation. This will ensure the roads are fit for the future to keep London moving and deliver a reduction in fatalities and injuries on London’s roads. The ArcGIS Platform is a key enabler within this ambitious programme, disseminating spatial and temporal information relating to the Modernisation Plan across TfL’s directorates and beyond.
Maritime Track

Location: Penn Room I

ENC Production at Rijkswaterstaat

Presenter: Martin van Hengstum - Rijkswaterstaat

  • To comply with the implementing regulation 909/2013 Rijkswaterstaat is working on the upgrade and integration of two existing software packages. Also data and data processes needed to be updated. As there are a number of waterway authorities in the Netherlands collaboration is needed to publish a harmonized Electronical Navigational Chart. An overview will be given on the choices that are made in this project, the challenges we came up with and the opportunities for the near future.

Innovative Hydrography - Very Rapid ENC Production

Presenter: Richard Hill - QPS

  • QPS Qarto complements ArcGIS, enabling short turnaround times from survey to chart for the safe operation of busy waterways in the Port of Rotterdam. As an asset management system Esri PortMaps provides the framework for hydrographic production. Now harbor masters, asset managers, and marine pilots have access to the data they need; ENCs with depth information surveyed that day.

Creation of IENC digital chart for the Brussels Port

Presenter: Enrico Bonino - Esri BeLux

  • Inland Electronic Navigational Charts are electronic navigational charts for rivers, canals, lakes, ports, and other inland waters which are navigable. The data published for the Brussels Port are encoded following the IENC standard and in respect of the defined topological rules. These data are extracted from very high resolution remotely sensed data, field data and databases, accordingly with local port authorities.
Public Transport - Solutions for Transport

Location: Penn Room II

Discover Multiple Use Cases to Analyze Transit and Mobility Data

Presenter: Frédéric Schettini - MobiGIS

  • MobiGIS’customers, leverage the capabilities of MobiAnalyst, an integrated ArcGIS solution to analyze transit and mobility data, to address various business cases.Transit operators : perform multimodal analysis to assess network performance and accessibility ; enhances mapping visualization to analyze survey data regarding origin-destination of travelers ; automates the production of schematic maps . Experimentation of a multimodal routing and carpooling application for citizens.

Implementing a Project Prioritization Tool for Public Transport

Presenter: Matthew Pettit - Citilabs

  • This paper proposes an analysis tool within ArcGIS to model future public transport projects, analyze their impact to local accessibility then prioritize the projects. Sugar Access allows users to analyze metrics such as Access Score which examines points of interest data along with the agency’s GTFS data and road network to create a true multimodal analysis. The software tool is applied in a case study to demonstrate the different approaches to project prioritization through accessibility analysis.

Optimized Scheduling and Route Planning in Demand Responsive Transportation with ArcGIS and Logistics Planner for ArcGIS

Presenter: Leif Dahl Peterson - Rapidis

  • Fynbus is a regional Transportation Authority scheduling and operating Demand Responsive Transportation for municipalities in the region. Fynbus business goal is to produce schedules that make the operation cost efficient, eliminate passenger inconvenience and meet restrictions and constraints. The presentation will describe the specific solution implemented with Fynbus and discuss how the ArcGIS Software platform along with Rapidis’ Logistics Planner for ArcGIS solved essential business needs.