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    • 2Contents1 Introduction ................................................................................................................................32 Objectives .................................................................................................................................. 4 2.1 Promotion of ITS domain in Romania................................................................................... 4 2.2 ITS Actions & National ITS Action Plan................................................................................. 4 2.3 Research, innovation & education ........................................................................................ 4 2.4 National & international ITS events ...................................................................................... 4 2.5 Networking .......................................................................................................................... 4 2.5.1 Industry ...................................................................................................................... 4 2.5.2 Research and innovation ............................................................................................ 4 2.5.3 Professional education ............................................................................................... 5 2.5.4 Project consortia ........................................................................................................ 5 2.5.5 Public – private partnership ........................................................................................ 53 Actions ....................................................................................................................................... 64 Projects ...................................................................................................................................... 8 4.1 Romanian highway corridors................................................................................................ 8 4.1.1 A1 Motorway .............................................................................................................. 8 4.1.2 A2 Motorway.............................................................................................................. 8 4.2 HeERO ................................................................................................................................. 9 4.2.1 HeERO Consortium .................................................................................................... 9 4.2.2 Major objectives ......................................................................................................... 9 4.3 EasyWay 2 ..........................................................................................................................10 4.3.1 EasyWay objectives ...................................................................................................10 4.4 RIS-COSAR ......................................................................................................................... 11 4.4.1 Main objectives ......................................................................................................... 11 4.4.2 Specific objectives ..................................................................................................... 11 4.5 VTMIS - Consulting for the Danube-Black Sea channel ....................................................... 11 4.6 IRIS EUROPE 2 - Tehnical consulting for pilot system.......................................................... 115 Members ................................................................................................................................... 13
    • 31 Introduction ITS Romania – The Romanian Organization for The Implementation of Intelligent Transport Systemsis a professional, non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 1999 whose purpose is to promote,coordinate, implement and integrate intelligent transport systems in Romania, harmonized at a Europeanlevel. ITS Romania is a founding member of the Network of National ITS Associations. The organization’s main objectives are: • promotion of products and services which ensure interoperability and integration with the TEN-T European transport network; • support of research, development, production and application of ITS; • collection and dissemination of specific information in the field of ITS; • cooperation with central and local authorities, other associations and societies, public or private, for regulation and efficient application of ITS; • establishing a technical and legal frame for the efficient implementation of ITS; • supporting the development of a market for ITS and promoting national solutions at an international level. ITS Romania has over 40 companies as members and over 60 individual expert members. Overall theorganization’s members cover the entire range of activities and modes of transport in the field, fromtransport administrators, transport representatives, service and equipment suppliers to consultingcompanies, universities and improvement centres.
    • 42 Objectives2.1 Promotion of ITS domain in Romania ITS represents and important way to improve transport systems in an intensive manner. For thisreason harmonised development of ITS in Romania as well as sustainable development of transport systemsare the main objectives of ITS Romania (NGO).2.2 ITS Actions & National ITS Action Plan ITS Romania is collaborating actively with National Transport Authorities and Ministry of transportand infrastructure to pave the way for new ITS actions at national, regional and local levels to reach the mainobjectives: National ITS Strategy and deployment of ITS projects based on National ITS Action Plan(correlated with European ITS Directives and European Action Plans).2.3 Research, innovation & education ITS Romania is actively involved in educational activities (courses, master programs) as well as inresearch and innovation. One main way to promote ITS is to educate people and to develop human resourcesin the field of ITS. The educational process is supported by research activities and ITS Romania led and leadsnational research projects. Innovation in ITS and transport systems is also an objective of ITS Romania andthe creativity expressed in new systems, technologies and products could be an important step in ITSdevelopment in Romania.2.4 National & international ITS events The best way to promote ITS domain is to organise events and to participate actively in ITS publicactions. ITS Romania is organising International ITS Conference in Romania and also participate every year inall major international ITS events (ITS world and European congresses, technical and scientific conferencesand specific ITS events).2.5 Networking2.5.1 Industry All major actors from ITS domain are invited under ITS Romania platform to exchange knowledge andinformation for better society and life. The results of this implication are workshops, fora and round tables onITS and new technologies.2.5.2 Research and innovation The main forces for progress and smart transport systems are research and innovation. ITS Romaniawas established the first research network on ITS in Romania and it is involved as link between researchersand research institutions at national and European levels.
    • 52.5.3 Professional education The quality of research, innovation and industrial applications are directly connected to the quality ofhuman resorces. ITS Romania has members from universities and it is focusing on increasing educationallevels of Romanian engineers and technicians in ITS. ITS Romania is a well known platform for ITS expertsand professionals to increase their competences and experiences.2.5.4 Project consortia The consortium and the quality of it are crucial for the success of the projects (research orconsultancy) and ITS Romania led and managed important European and national projects in ITS.2.5.5 Public – private partnership ITS Romania is a very good example of this kind of partnership through its members (public bodiesand private companies) and its national and European projects.
    • 63 Actions3.1 Harmonisation of ITS implementation and deployment on national road network and integration with ITS of Trans- European Road Network3.2 National ITS Specifications and Deployment Guidelines for ITS Services3.3 eSafety and eCall initiatives and projects3.4 River information services and harmonisation of national initiatives and projects3.5 Integration of ITS for all transport modes – interoperability and data exchange3.6 National platforms for cooperation in ITS3.7 International and European cooperation to enhance the visibility of national initiatives and industry
    • 73.8 Active participation to European and international forums and conferences
    • 84 Projects4.1 Romanian highway corridors4.1.1 A1 Motorway ITS Romania and The National Road Administrator have implemented on the A1 motorway a systemfor monitoring and traveller information in the EasyWay phase II project. The location of the Monitoring andInformation Centre is in the Regional Road Centre Bucharest. The system covers six nodes on the A1 motorway, and implements intelligent infrastructure formotorways using a diversity of monitoring and traveller information technologies. It is designed as a testbase and technology platform for future nationwide implementation. Technologies used: • Weight in motion, size measurement, classification and tracking of compliance system • Video monitoring system • Incident detection system – with video analysis • Number plates recognition and monitoring/penalty rovigneta system • Traffic meter:  inductive loops  image analysis  radar technology  infrared and ultrasound technology • Measuring, road weather forecasting and warning system • Information system through variable message signs.4.1.2 A2 Motorway • The objective is monitoring and traffic information, as an extension for the system implemented on the A1 motorway. • There will be 1 node with 2 VMSs and traffic monitoring equipment The monitoring is made from the same centre for the A1 motorway.
    • 94.2 HeERO HeERO addresses the pan-European in-vehicle emergency call service "eCall" based on 112, thecommon European Emergency number. The in-vehicle eCall is an emergency call generated either manuallyby vehicle occupants or automatically via activation of in-vehicle sensors. When activated, the in-vehicleeCall system will establish a voice connection directly with the relevant PSAP (Public Safety AnsweringPoint), this being either a public or a private eCall emergency centre operating under the regulation and/orauthorisation of a public body. At the same time, a minimum set of incident data (MSD) will be sent to thePSAP operator receiving the voice call. The eCall service will use the common European standards defined byETSI and CEN. Romaniaintends to develop a fully functional eCall service to be implemented in the existing 112system. During three years (January 2011 to December 2013), the nine European countries forming the HeEROconsortium will carry out the start-up of an interoperable and harmonised 112 based in-vehicle emergencycall system. All the partners are sharing the same high-level objective: prepare the local e112 eCall infrastructurenecessary for the provision of a sustainable eCall service for the European citizens and share theirexperiences with the other EU Members and Associated States. The eCall system will help achieving the EUs objective to decrease the number of severe road injuriesand fatalities to 50%. The project is partially funded by the European Commission under the ICT PSPprogramme.4.2.1 HeERO Consortium The HeERO Consortium is composed of ERTICO - European Road Transport telematicsImplementation (Coordination Organisation as Project Coordinator), EENA - European Emergency NumberAssociation ( Project Dissemination Leader) and representatives from 9 European countries:Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Sweden.The Romanian Consortium is composed of: • ITS Romania (National ITS Organisation) • STS (PSAP Operator) • RCMNR (Road Operator) • UTI Systems (Technology Provider) • URA (Expert Organisation) • ELSOL (Engineering and consultancy)4.2.2 Major objectives Define operational and functional requirements needed to upgrade all eCall related service-chainparts (PSAPs-integrated rescue systems, telecommunication-112/E112, etc.) to handle eCall • Implement available Pan-European eCall related European standards • Implement needed technical and operational infrastructure upgrades • Identify possible use of eCall system for public and/or private value-added services • Produce the training materials for the eCall operators • Assess certification procedures related to the eCall services equipment in liaison with CEN Project Team • Produce recommendations for future eCall pre-deployment and deployment activities in Europe • Promote pilots results and best practices with other EU Member and Associated States not involved in HeERO pilot • Demonstrate interoperability and continuity of harmonised EU wide eCall service
    • 104.3 EasyWay 2 EasyWay is a project for Europe-wide ITS deployment on main TERN corridors driven by national roadauthorities and operators with associated partners including the automotive industry, telecom operators andpublic transport stakeholders. It sets clear targets, identifies the set of necessary ITS European services todeploy (Traveller Information, Traffic Management and Freight and Logistic Services) and is an efficientplatform that allows the European mobility stakeholders to achieve a coordinated and combined deploymentof these pan-European services. EasyWay incorporates all current Euro Regions and facilitates the integration of new Member Statesand new areas such as the Baltic countries, Greece and Southern Italy. It reinforces the cooperation betweenthe existing participating countries by providing a new integrated framework with clear objectives andreporting.4.3.1 EasyWay objectives ITS are very effective in mitigating the negative effects of transport in Europe. To achieve a reallygood grip on the effects of ITS, it is necessary to put the European road user at the centre of the perspective.The White Paper, to which the EasyWay Programme is linked, sets targets for 2020 to make a positive impacton traffic flow, traffic safety and the environment. The EasyWay programme activities stretch over a seven-year period, from 2007 until 2013, but set the targets for 2020 similar to the White Paper. To promote futurecreativity, more ambitious targets are set for future years according to the experiences gained by theSwedish “Vision Zero” and the Hessian “Zero Congestion Vision” and will be transferred to a European scale.The targets for EasyWay are therefore projected for the year 2020.
    • 114.4 RIS-COSAR River Information Services (RIS) are harmonized information services that support traffic andtransport management in inland navigation, including interfaces with other transport modes. In order tocompete with, or complement, as part of a transport chain - transport modes like road and rail, trafficmanagement in inland navigation has to provide additional services to allow for an optimisation of the trafficflow and to increase the transparency of cargo flows.4.4.1 Main objectives • Development and test implementation of two new RIS services Calamity Abatement and International RIS Data Exchange, which are not standardized or implemented at European level; • Development of the Romanian RIS implementation plan for 2010-2020, as support for the strategic development of the field and investment planning; • RIS concept development evidenced by: RIS manual, training workshops and results disseminating.4.4.2 Specific objectives • Analysis of current state of implementation of RIS Directive (European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/44/EC on harmonised river information services (RIS) on inland waterways in the Community) in Romania; • Defining Romania’s specific solutions to implement additional RIS services, with emphasis on cross- border data exchange and calamity abatement; • Defining and testing the concept of data exchange between national RIS centers; • The achievement, together with the beneficiary, of a platform for monitoring, disaster warning and reporting for the Danube – Black Sea Canal; • Defining the potential danger area for navigating through the canal.4.5 RoRIS - Consulting for River Information Services in Romania The RoRIS system for inland waterways – has the goal of implementing a traffic management andinformation system for ships covering the entire Danube-Black Sea Canal and the Poarta Alba-MidiaNavodari Canal. The system will provide an operational data exchange with the RoRIS – Danube system andwill be structured on 3 levels: • local base stations • a regional center at Agigea Central Dispach • the interface with the National RoRIS Center4.6 IRIS EUROPE 2 - Tehnical consulting for pilot system4.6.1 Mission IRIS Europe II continues – from January 2009 until December 2011 – the expansion and enhancementof RIS within an extended geographical and functional scope. IRIS Europe II will contribute to establish safe,secure and efficient transport on the European waterway network bringing advantages to governmentalusers as well as users in the logistics sector.
    • 124.6.2 Objectives The emphasis of IRIS Europe II is to facilitate the development of River Information Services inEurope, enabling an international coordinated implementation, provision and enhancement of services asdefined in the Directive 2005/44/EC – the so-called European RIS Directive. The Directive defines standardsfor data communication and required equipment and provides a framework for harmonised andinteroperable RIS Systems and Services across Europe.4.6.3 Members The IRIS Europe II project, co-funded by the European Union in the framework of the TEN-TProgramme, is commissioned and co-financed by the Ministries of Transport on nine EU Member States:Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic and the Netherlands.Four additional partners – Croatia, Germany, Serbia and the Ukraine – expand the scope of IRIS Europe II tothe European main rivers.
    • 135 MembersTransport Ways AdministratorsACN APMSite: www.acn.ro Site: www.portofconstantza.comAdress: 1 EcluzeiAgigea St., Constanta Adress: Incinta Port Constanta, Gara Maritima, code 900900Email: compania @acn.ro Email: dirgensec@constantza-port.roAFDJ CN ADNRSite: www.afdj.ro Site: www.cnadnr.roAdress: 32 Portului St., Galati Adress: 38 DinicuGolescu Blvd., BucharestEmail: dg@afdj.ro Email: sigcirc@andnet.roANR METROREXSite:www.rna.ro Site: www.metrorex.roAdress: 1 Constanta Harbour, Constanta Adress: 38 DinicuGolescu Blvd., BucharestEmail: rna@rna.ro Email: contact@metrorex.roAPDMSite: www.apdm.galati.roAdress: 34 Portului St., GalatiEmail: apdm@apdm.galati.roCars and Telematics Equipment ManufacturersAutomobile DACIA – Car Plant Dacia METROULAdress: 1 Uzinei St., Mioveni Site:www.metroul.ro Adress: 3 bis Johann Gutenberg St., BucharestCEFIN SYSTEMS Romania Email: metroul@metroul.roSite: www.cefinsystems.comAdress: 10 Gheorghe Chitu Blvd., Craiova RADCOMEmail: info@cefinsystems.com Site: www.radcom.ro Adress: 4 GaraHerastrau St., BucharestCIVITAS GROUP Email: office@radcom.roSite: www.civitasgroup.roAdress: 14 CaleaGiulesti St., Bucharest ROMTELECOMEmail: office@civitasgroup.ro Site:www.romtelecom.ro Adress: 3-5 PiataPreseiLibere -, BucharestERICSSON TELECOMMUNICATIONS ROMANIASite:www.ericsson.com RQA IMPEX COMPANYAdress: 4-8 NicolaeTitulescu St., Bucharest Site: www.romaniadigitala.roEmail: asq.us@ericsson.com Adress: 11 Targu Neamt St., Bucharest Email: romaniadigitala@rqa.roETA AutomatizariSite: www.scada.ro SWARCO TRAFFIC ROMANIAAdress: 1 Gheorghe Dima St., Timisoara Site: www.swarco.roEmail: office@scada.ro Adress: 23 Lister Joseph St., Bucharest Email: office.sicor@swarco.comGEO STRATEGIESSite: www.geo-strategies.com SIELTEAdress: 10 Gen. VasileMilea, Sibiu Site: www.sielte.comEmail: maps@geo.strategies.ro Adress:81 General PetrePopovatSt. Bucharest Email:sielte@xnet.roINFORMATICA FEROVIARASite: www.cfrtm.ro/informatica/informatica.html STARCKROM TECHNOLOGIESAdress: 13 FratiiBuzesti St., Bucharest Site: www.starckrom.roEmail: fili@tim.cfr.ro Adress: 5 Presei St., Bucharest Email: office@starckrom.roISAFSite: www.isaf.ro ULTRANSAdress: 14 CaleaGiulesti St., Bucharest Site: www.ultrans.roEmail: office@isaf.ro Adress: 5 Ferdinand Blvd., Bucharest Email: office@ultrans.roISYS PROFESSIONALSite: www.i-track.ro UTI SystemsAdress: 28 Bucuresti Blvd., Ploiesti Site: www.uti.roEmail: office@isyspro.ro Adress: 107A Oltenitei St., Bucharest Email: sales.dss@uti.eu.com
    • 14 UTI TRAFFIC MANAGEMENTKATEL GROUP Site: www.uti.roSite: www.katel.ro Adress: 27B Cernauti St., BucharestAdress: 6A Gen. N. Dascalescu St., Piatra Neamt Email: traffic@uti.roEmail: Katel@Katel.ro VODAFONE ROMANIA Site: www.vodafone.ro Adress: 15 Charles de Gaulle Square, BucharestResearch and Consulting CompaniesAROBS Transilvania Software INGENIUS MOBILESite: www.arobs.ro Adress: 28 Andrei Muresanu St., RO-545400 SighisoaraAdress: 63 Minerilor St., Cluj-Napoca, Romania Email: kontakt@ingenius-mobile.comEmail: outsourcing@arobs.com IPAAVANSYS SOLUTIONS Site: www.ipa.roAdress: 12 Spătaru Preda St., Bucharest Adress: 167 CaleaFloreasca St., BucharestEmail: office@avansys.ro Email: udrescuf@ipa.roELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS ITCSite: www.elsol.ro Site: www.itc.roAdress: 113 Ion Mihalache Blvd, Bucharest Adress: 11A Fabrica de Glucoza St., BucharestEmail: office@elsol.ro Email: office@itc.roGIE MINDSPEED CommunicationsSite: www.gieltd.com Site: www.mindspeed.euAdress: 108-110 Calea 13 Septembrie, Bucharest Adress: 6-12 Copilului St., BucharestEmail: office@gieltd.com Email: office@mindspeed.euICE SEARCH CORPORATIONAdress: 5-7 DimitriePompei Blvd., Bucharest Site:www.searchltd.roEmail: dragth@ice.romsys.ro Adress: 65 CadereaBastiliei St., Bucharest Email: office@searchltd.roICISite: www.ici.ro SIATAdress:8-10Maresal Al. Averescu, Bucharest Site:www.siat.roEmail: office@ici.ro Adress: 169 CaleaFloreasca St., Bucharest Email: office@siat.roINCERTRANSSite: www.incertrans.roAdress: 391-393 CaleaGricitei St., BucharestEmail: incetrans@incertrans.roRepresentatives of the Hauliers and Civil SocietyRATB URTPSite:www.ratb.ro Site:www.urtp.roAdress: 1 DinicuGolescu Blvd., Bucharest Adress: 6-8 Gheorghe Magheru Blvd., BucharestEmail: info@ratb.ro Email: office@urtp.roUNTRR – National Union of Road Hauliers from RomaniaSite:www.untrr.roAdress: 60 IenachitaVacarescu St., BucharestEmail: office@untrr.roUniversities and Training CentresCERONAV Constanta UPIT – University of PitestiSite:www.ceronav.ro Site:www.upit.roAdress: 69A Pescarilor St., Constanta Adress: 1 Targul din Vale St., PitestiEmail: office@ceronav.ro Email: info@upit.roCraiova University – Mechanics Faculty UPT – “Politehnica” University of TimisoaraSite:www.mecanica.ucv.ro Site:www.upt.roAdress: 107 CaleaBucuresti St, Craiova Adress: 2 Victoriei Square, TimisoaraEmail: secretar@mecanica.ucv.ro Email: rector@rectorat.upt.roUPB – University “POLITEHNICA” Bucharest UTB – “Transilvania” University of BrasovSite:www.upb.ro Site:www.unitbv.roAdress: 1 Targul din Vale St., Pitesti Adress: 29 Eroilor Blvd., BrasovEmail: info@upit.ro Email: c-am@unitbv.ro
    • 16 NATIONAL COMPANY ADMINISTRATION OF NAVIGABLE CANALS S.H. Site: www.acn.ro Adress: 1st Ecluzei Street, 907015 Agigea, Constantza, Romania E-mail: compania@acn.ro Administration of Navigable Canals S.H. is a National Company fromRomania with the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure as majorshareholder. Administration of the Navigable Canals S.H. holds in patrimonies twowaterways navigable canals Danube-Black Sea and Poarta Alba - MidiaNavodari, including related infrastructure, consisting of four locks, Cernavoda,Agigea, Ovidiu and Navodari and four ports Basarabi, Medgidia, Ovidiu andLuminita. The Danube-Black Sea Canal ensures a connection between Constanta Agigea LocksPort and Rotterdam Port on the Trans-European Waterway System Rhine-Main-Danube, between North Sea and Black Sea. According to the EEC-UNOstandards, the Danube – Black Sea Canal ranks in the 6th class of inland canals,the highest class for such constructions. The Administration of Navigable Canals S.H. provides a large range ofservices using own facilities or with the help of the companies which act on thecanal or in ports. Some of these services are: • V.T.S. • Assistance in navigation with qualified personnel • Ship-to-shore radio-communications • Loading/unloading, stowage of cargo on board • Warehouse of cargo on demand • Removal of the domestic waste • Supply of power and fresh water • Ships and barges handling for berthing • Shipping and cargo agents on demand • Rescue operation In order to maintain excellent sailing conditions N.C. Administration of Navigable Canals S.H. established adevelopment strategy for short (till 2013) and medium terms (till 2020). The strategy includes: safe navigation,infrastructure’s modernization and environmental protection. Last year was finished the modernization of the signaling system on both canals and implemented RoRIS ACNwhich is an advanced system of ship traffic management and of information in the naval transport. In 2011, due to intensive cooperation between European countries, N.C. A.N.C. S.H. finished the project“Network of Danube Waterway Administrations” (NEWADA) where it was partner with other 11 Danube waterwayAdministrations from 8 countries. NEWADA was a project financed by South East Europe Programme and it aimed toincrease cooperation between the Danube’s waterways Administrations, to harmonize hydrographical, hydrologicalactivities and maintenance of waterways and to promote inland waterways as amore efficient and environmentallyfriendly way of transport. Now users can find information about principal administration along the Danube, can see the Danube’s nautical chart, information an the Danube’s water level in certain locations, problem area sections or events which can affect navigation. The FIS-Portal can be accessed in the area administrated by the Administration of Navigable Canals through 4 access points, wireless, located at: Cernavoda locks, Agigea locks, Ovidiu locks and Medgidia Port.” NEWADA hotspots implemented
    • Site: www.civitasgroup.ro Adress: 10 Gheorghe Chitu Blvd., Craiova Email: office@civitasgroup.roAs a leader in the field, CIVITAS SYSTEMS is providingcustomized integrated solutions, designed at the highest levelof quality and efficiency. We are leveraging our corecompetencies, knowledge and expertise powered by a strongengineering team.Integrating the right technology, people and in-depth marketknowledge with our national network resources, we deliversolutions for long term cost reduction, operative efficiency anda maximize of the return of investment. Our ability to deliverconsistent, reliable solutions is based on a time provenmethodology that places customer needs above allconsiderations.INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC CONTROL SOLUTIONS FORHIGHWAYSTraffic monitoring, control and management systems play a major role in exploitation ofmodern highways and it is almost impossible to imagine provision of safe trafficenvironment without such systems.A1 HIGHWAYS TRAFFIC MANAGEMENTA1 (Bucharest – Pitesti) is the first Romanian highway (120 km).The project consists in developing the strategy for Intelligent Transport Systems on thenational road network in Romania and the harmonization of services at the level of theEuropean road network , including two services: traffic and road infrastructuremonitoring, information concerning traffic and road conditionsThis system is capable of providing the following in the shortest possible time: • Monitor all factors contributing to driving conditions and detect traffic incidents and other for the safety of traffic and its participants critical situations. • Provide adequate solutions to all incident and for safety critical situations • Worn traffic participants of all incident and critical situations and provide them with maximal protection of unwanted consequences.Following systems for surveillance, control and management of traffic are installed along the highway: • Video surveillance • Traffic Signaling System • Data transmission system • Over-height Vehicle Detection System • Automatic vehicle counter / classifying systems • Weigh in motion – detection of overloaded vehicle systems • Road weather information systemsOur most significant products and services are as follows: • Delivery of a complete ITS platform • Full range of products and integration services • Services from design to installations and long term maintenance • Complete project documentation (preliminary, execution, as built) • Design, testing and documenting of software interfaces and protocols • Experienced in design, installation, testing and documentation of cable networks • Training and education of Operator’s personnel.
    • 23Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) The existing mobile communication ITS services that are consistent acrossare enhancing the efficiency, safety systems provide various enablers to all users in a transport system areand green credentials of the simplify and accelerate ITS dependent on effectivetransport sector across the world. deployment. service enablementHowever, realizing a truly intelligent Connectivity to and contenttransport system is complex and commuters’ management toolsrelies heavily on integrating ICT vehicles and traffic layered on top of(Information and Communication infrastructure can connectivity.Technologies) with existing be provided, but Figure 1. illustratestransport infrastructure, vehicle also specific service enablers such as Ericsson’s view of a structure for afleets and the travelers themselves. location, messaging, billing and connected transport platform andIt is obvious to everyone that mobile service creation tools. The mobile describes how ITS services such ascommunication is a critical advantage Mobile communication traffic management, trip-related feesfoundation for effective usage and solutions have two key advantages; a and charges, vehicle interaction,operation of ITS services in public large deployed base of existing traffic safety, infotainment and goodstransport, in logistics management, networks and users and the management can share resourcesin road and rail operations and in economies of scale that brings in through content management, servicemanagement of major transport terms of speed of deployment, and enablement and connectivity, therebyhubs. the ecosystem of application and enabling a more attractive businessTransport systems feature hubs such device developers that already exists case per service.as airports, harbors, railway stations to serve the mobile market. Mobile Service layer complexityand goods terminals where many networks based on GSM (2G), It is likely that the ITS service structuremodes of transport meet that depend WCDMA/HSPA (3G) and LTE (4G) are over time will become as complex ason a structured, business process connecting vehicles, transport the service layer in the telecomsdriven and safe way of accessing infrastructure and travelers. world, which today enables design,information while being mobile. Demanding traffic safety services such deployment and management of aDesigning, deploying and managing as crash notification (eCALL) and road multitude of applications and servicesthe ITS services with a multitude of hazard warnings can be rolled out very for 5 billion mobile phone users acrossapplications, devices and connectivity cost effectively using existing mobile the globe.creates a series of challenges in terms networks.of system complexity and cost ofdeployment and operation.A well thought out architectureRegardless of the connectivity methodused, delivery of ITS services requiresa well thought out blueprint andarchitecture. Transport providers willbenefit from a common serviceplatform that is based on recognitionand understanding of the challenge ofmatching communication technologyand vehicle product lifecycles, as wellas one with great strength inmanagement of applications and theconsumers’ needs and usage patterns.
    • 24In addition, mobile systems could be relationships, control end-to-enda fundamental enabler for ITS service service performance and establishproviders to charge and get paid for cost efficient and effectivethe services they deliver over operations. Telecoms operators trusttransport systems for goods as well us to manage and evolve theiras people via road, rail, air or sea. operations across business processesA trusted partner to take you and ICT. We manage operations andforward networks on behalf of more than 100Although Ericsson is a relatively new operators worldwide, serving moreentrant to the transport sector, we than 750 million subscribers.bring fresh, innovative thinking and Delivering the operations andan unequalled experience of network of Hutchison’s 3 brand is oneunderstanding different example. We aremobile users in addition engaged in 1,300to globally designing, Consulting &deploying and managing Systems Integrationservices for the connected projects per yearrealtime society. We have and have thethe expertise required to capability to deliverdesign and manage end to end globally with our 10,000 consultants.solutions from mobile broadband We have been chosen to manage, setmodules built into vehicles, through up and maintain systems andthe mobile access networks and solutions in extremely complex andoperational support systems, to real-time situations involvingservice deployment platforms and transformation of operationalbusiness support systems. We have a support systems as well as businesstrack record of building well thought support systems and other criticalthrough architectures that give the areas of business operations. As aability to adopt new types of global market leader in designing,applications and also enable new deploying and managing mobilebusiness models to be applied. communication solutions, we knowEnd-to-end service performance what it takes to bring agile,We help our customers maintain and innovative and still safe and opengrow their market share, improve new mobile services to market. Wetheir customer service and enable are a partner that you can benefitnew business models. Our from taking onboard with you oncommunications expertise is just one your journey in Intelligent Transportelement of this approach and we also Systems.bring our customers solutions thatexploit data assets and customer
    • MASTERING InnOVATION AROBS Transilvania Software is the market leader in Romania with TrackGPS, its fleet management solution, which has over 1500 active customers, and highly active in other areas of Intelligent Traffic Management, like delivery of traffic information and traffic message channel (TMC) data services. An experience in custom software development spanning over 14 years, multiple industries, and types of solutions combine with the dynamism, creativity, and determination of the AROBS specialists to produce modern and effective solutions that help their users achieve significant competitive advantages. THE TRAFFIC MESSAGING CHANNEL (TMC) DATA SERVICE AROBS is the first Romanian company to implement and test a TMC system. The system uses a locations table of over 11500 geocoded points, which provides almost full coverage of the Romanian road infrastructure. The tabel was developed by AROBS and certified by the TISA Phorum (Traveller Information Services Association). Data on the traffic flow, traffic events, weather warnings, road repairs, and traffic jams is collected from several sources of traffic monitoring, emergency services, authorities or people in traffic. TMC messages are transmitted in stages, as shown next: TraficOK • Traffic data collection • Data validation • This is a solution used to deliver traffic and weather info • Message transmission in real time. • Message receipt • Messages are sent via radio stations (in FM band- width) to various hardware equipments (navigation The TMC data service is currently being tested and will be avail- able systems, mobile phone, etc) equipped with TMC in the following Romanian cities: Bucuresti, Ploiesti, Pitesti, modules. Constanta, Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Targu Mures, Oradea, Arad, • This solution is really useful to drivers, providing Timisoara, Iasi and Bacau. Traffic info will be provided for some of them with warnings and alternate routes when prob- the most important and congested Romanian roads like DN1, DN13, lems on the original route are spotted, based on the safe E60, E85, the A1 Bucuresti – Pitesti highway or the A3 alternative routes calculated by the application to avoid Cluj Napoca – Campia Turzii highway. the traffic events. This service will be available on the Smailo GPS navigation devices distributed by AROBS: www.smailo.ro VEHICLE FLEET MONITORING TrackGPS is a fully functional GPS and GPRS based solution for fleet monitoring used to/for: • monitor and manage the mobile fleet’s daily activities • provide fast and easy access to each vehicle’s location, speed, distance covered, route, fuel consumption • manage the fleet users, routes, divisions, schedules, the GPS devices, etc. (e.g. optimal route generation) • manage hotspots (adding / removing / editing hotspots on the map) • navigate, by means of the navigation software pre-installed on the mobile devices • pinpoint Points of Interest (POI) using the high resolution digital map of over 1000 urban areas and 50,000 Points of Interest -POI (hotels, restaurants, gas stations, etc) and the Full Europe Map (45 countries); • generate reports (automatically) • two-way communication between the office and the mobile workers. According to its customers, TrackGPS presents a multitude of benefits such as productivity increases, decrease in fleet size and cost cutting, fuel costs decreases, fleet safety improvement, life span increase for the fleet, improved response times (you will know exactly where your vehicles are located at any given time), improved customer service, decreased fleet carbon footprint. www.arobs.comContact details: Cluj-Napoca Iasi Bucharest OradeaAROBS Transilvania Software, Minerilor 63, Cluj-Napoca, 400409, Romania Budapest Chisinau San DiegoPhone: +40 364 143 201 Fax: +40 264 598 426 E-mail: outsourcing@arobs.com
    • 19 Site: www.elsol.ro Adress: 38, Dinicu Golescu Blvd, Palat CFR, Bucharest Email: office@elsol.ro Phone: +4021-224.5315The CompanyELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS is an engineering and consultancy company in the fields of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and Communications. Thecompany was founded in 1991.Our clients are the Government, Public administrations, Local authorities and private sector.Expertise • Consultancy, research and implementation of integrated sistems at national level and harmonized at European level in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) domain (monitoring systems, management and briefing regarding the traffic on the roads, urban and interurban, and the naval traffic; • System concept, technical specifications and design for technical projects; • Technical-economic analysis, feasibility studies, funding assistance; • Consultancy and supervising at implementation of ITS projects and telecommunications at national level and/or international interconnection; • Project-management for and in favor of the firm clients, for projects with public national funding and European.Main activitiesTrafficGuide.roTrafficGuide is a portal with real-time informations about traffic conditions:works, closed roads, jams due to accidents, traffic fluency levels, whichcover two areas: national roads + highways and the main streets in Bucharest.Concept technical specifications and supervising for road intelligent infrastructure • Urban Traffic Control systems; • Public Transport Management systems; • CCTV systems; • Control Centre design for Traffic Management, Monitoring and Information systems; • Public information systems.HeEROHeERO (Harmonized eCall European Pilot) is a 112 eCall pre-deployment pilot at Europeanlevel taking into account the common European standards defined .The HeERO national pilot has implemented and interface developed byELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS for transferring the 112 road data accident to theTraffic Management Centre (TMC).River Information Services (RIS) – Concept, technical specifications, supervising and advanced services River Information Services (RIS) are harmonized information services that support traffic and transport management in inland navigation, including interfaces with other transport modes. In order to compete with, or complement, as part of a transport chain - transport modes like road and rail, traffic management in inland navigation has to provide additional services to allow for an optimisation of the traffic flow and to increase the transparency of cargo flows. RIS can provide value added services like Navigational Support, Voyage Planning, Lock Management and Calamity Abatement. They also play a crucial role in Logistics Management of the transport chain and can contribute to the creation of an international paperless sailing environment.
    • 20 Site: www.mindspeed.eu & www.betamont.sk Email: office@mindspeed.eu Address: Bucharest, 12 Copilului Street MINDSPEED COMMUNICATIONS -End to End ITS Solution Portfolio Overview-Part of the INTEGRA Trading Group, having over 15 years experiencein Telecom Industry, Mindspeed Communications is positioned anEnd to End Solution Integrator in the field of ICT.The Strategic Partnership engagement with Betamont completesthe ITS portofolio with Rural/Urban, Highway and Railway scenarios,having International experience of over 20 projects, starting 1992.We provide Designing, Construction, Implementation, Integration,Technical and Service operations ITS and Interlocking SystemsCompany possesses the certificates : ISO 9001, ISO 14001 andOHSAS 18001 Having established a clear roadmap of development with self owned Research & Development team, Synergic optimizations are promoted for value added benefits and TCO savings. The solution portfolio consists of the following systems : 1. Measure in Motion – Registred Trademark for Dynamic Measurement of Weight; Speed; Height and LPR. 2. Reporting – TrafficStats; data processing and analysis 3. Traffic Counter & Classification for 11 classes – induction loops & weighing; pneumatic and magnatometer sensors 4. Height Detection – fully automatic, optical scanning & LPR 5. Operational Control Center SCADA – Centralised & Distributed scenarios; Highway & Tunnels/Bridges integration; Interoperability available for Mainstream Vendors of ITS. 6. CCTV – Color; remote accesible; PTZ; static or turning stand; optical transmission media 7. VMS - LED signs and full graphic displays; electromechanic; phasor 8. Communication Network – self developed PLC; outdoor solutions; TCP/IP based; 2/3G integrated wireless; auto diagnostics 9. Vehicle Speed Detection – visual aid of connected radars to VMS pannels; Solar Power based dedicated solutions. 10. Automated Parking– navigation solutions; traffic controlWith International expertise in Poland, Slovakia, UnitedKingdom, Azerbaijan, Russia and Switzerland, involving complexend to end solutions, Mindspeed-Betamont is a mature,strategic partner for ITS implementations.Throughout the partnership with VFiber Solutions, a completeportfolio of Optical Networking services are available, as follows: ODN manufacturing facility; management & monitoring; civilworks; installation & comissioning; design and network healthcheck, at nation wide scale in Romania.
    • 21 Website: www.ceronav.ro Email: office@ceronav.ro Adress: 69 A Pescarilor St., Constanta, 900581, Romania Ph0ne: +40241 639595 Fax: +40241 631415CERONAV is a self-financed public institution established in Constanta in 1976. It is subordinated to the Ministry ofTransport and Infrastructure and has been designated as the national body for the training of sea-going, river and portpersonnel.It provides training under STCW Convention and beyond, includingtraining for offshore rig personnel. CERONAV offers more than 80types of courses for approximately 43.000 trainees per year.Operating in five premises both in Constanta and Galati, CERONAVhas developed its logistics and infrastructure in line with the latesttechnologies in maritime and inland navigation education. The Centreis equipped with state-of-the-art simulators and modern trainingfacilities including Full Mission Bridge Simulator, Engine RoomSimulator, Helicopter Underwater Escape Simulator, Liquid CargoHandling Simulator, GMDSS and Maritime English laboratories,training pool, fire fighting and confined spaces facilities and rescue boats.CERONAVs integrated quality management system meeting international standard ISO 9001:2008 as well as itsexperienced employees with extensive knowledge in maritime and inland navigation, represent important assets inachieving the ambitious goals of the institution.CERONAV is an active member of the nautical world asdocumented by its active membership in various national andinternational professional organisations and associations suchas Romanian Intermodal Association - RIA, Romanian NavalLeague - LNR, Romanian Organisation for the Implementationof Intelligent Transport Systems - ITS, International Associationfor Safety and Survival Training - IASST, Baltic andInternational Maritime Council - BIMCO, International MaritimeLecturers Association - IMLA, International Association of Portsand Harbours - IAPH, Nautical Institute, European InlandNavigation Association - EDINNA.In the past five years CERONAV has been consistently involved in the implementation of various European projects(e.g. EWITA (http://www.ewita.info/), PLATINA (http://www.naiades.info/platina/page.php?id=1 ), MarEng PLUS (http://mareng.utu.fi/ ), Il Lavoro nel Porto Sicuro (http://www.port.venice.it/it/il-lavoro-nel-porto-sicuro.html) , NELI(www.neliproject.eu)) seeking exchange of know-how and experience with appropriate entities and harmonization ofmaritime and inland navigation training.
    • 17 ”POLITEHNICA” University of Timisoara Adress: Romania, 300006 Timisoara, 2 Victoriei Sq. Telephone: +40-256-403000, +40-256-403210 Fax: +40-256-403021 E-mail: rector@rectorat.upt.ro• Short description ”POLITEHNICA” University of Timisoara (UPT), a university for advanced research and education, tradiţiei sone of the Romanian schools with a national and international tradition gained by generations of professors and also through the exceptional activity of some renowned academics. ”POLITEHNICA” University of Timisoara is known as a major player in scientific research at a national and international level. The existence and functioning of a considerable number of research centers (24) and a research institute, with a scientific teams wich succesfully apply the institute’s research strategy, give the university a professional prestige and, at the same time, supply the funds meant for advancement. Updating research results in scientific papers, invention patents or finished products represents a guarantee of competence, seriousness and institutional professionalism.• Description of products/services  Leadership architecture structured on 3 levels for controlling traffic at a urban network level;  Designing and implementing a macroscopic traffic simulator used for simulating traffic behavior for signaled intersections and assessing the performance ensured by automated control systems;  Developing automated control structures for different modes of function of the CVT power transmission system from automobiles with PI-PID regulators, PI regulators with adaptive parameters using the gain scheduling method and Takagi Sugeno type fuzzy.• Implication in national and international projects  Real time information technologies for integrated systems wich ensure control for the power transmission link in automobiles - SICONA, Director: Prof.PhD.Eng. C. Lazăr (”Gh. Asachi” Technical University of Iasi), Associate Director: ”POLITEHNICA” University of Timisoara (UPT): Prof.PhD.Eng. R.-E. Precup, Partners: ”Gh. Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, ”POLITECHNICA” University of Bucharest, UPT, Continental Automotive Romania.  New performance improvement techniques of control systems using experiment-based tuning, Director: Prof.PhD.Eng. R.-E. Precup.
    • 18• Reference images for the groups achievements 1. Automated adjustment system for a vehicle’s power transmission system with continuous variation 2. Intelligent and optimal driving systems for urban road traffic in a signaled intersection and traffic area (for area application)