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  • 1. Bo 16 ok D an to ece d p US sav mbe ay b e e $1 up r 201 fore 00 to 0 ! Moving towards advanced electronic assisted systems in the Indian transport industry International conference: 21-22 February 2011 Radisson, Delhi, India Exclusive insights from industry experts: Key topics of discussion: • Sanjay Agarwal, Director, Ministry of Communications and IT • Achieving a centralised road monitoring system through India, Member ITS - Ministry of Road Transport and Highways phase-by-phase implementation of ITS in India • R.C. Palekar, General Manager (Electronics), National Highways Authority of India • Attaining swift mobility with safety and security • V. Muralidharan, Additional Director, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) • Laurence R. Rilett, Chair in Engineering and Technology, Keith • Highlighting the role of government in rolling out ITS W. Klaasmeyer, and Director, Nebraska Transportation Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln • Anil Chhikara, Manager - Transport Command Centre • Increasing awareness of the benefits of using ITS among (Commonwealth Games), Motor Licensing Officer, various stakeholders Government of National Capital Territory • C. U. Kumar, Chief General Manager, Delhi Transport • Discussing the appropriate selection of technology and Corporation, Motor Licensing Officer, Government of instruments for use across Indian terrain National Capital Territory • M. M. Bansal, Scientist E/Director (Transport Engineering), Bureau of Indian Standards • Addressing the key challenges of implementing ITS in India For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975 Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae www.intelligenttransportindia.com Associate partner: Media partners: Researched and developed by: RTATIO PO N NS SY A ENT TR STE ITSS MS SO LIG EL CI ET INT Y IE E E
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Conference day one: Monday 21 February 2011 08:30 Registration, coffee and networking Optimizing Highway Traffic Management through the implementation of ITS 09:00 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks 13:45 Mitigating congestion through automatic toll collection • Upgrading vehicle infrastructure to integrate ITS The role of government in implementing Intelligent • Enhancing audit control by centralizing user accounts Transportation Systems across India • Discussing the future of vehicle positioning systems to remove the use of toll gate infrastructure and attain 09:30 Highlighting government initiatives to standardize greater flexibility in changing payment systems Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) in India Amitabh Bajpai, Chairman, Association of Intelligent • Integrating ITS in National Urban, Rural Roads and Transport Systems India National Highway Development Programs • Inter-governmental collaboration between stakeholders 14:30 Highlighting the benefits of a unified Electronic Toll and industry to standardize ITS in India Collection system (ETC) • Enabling interoperability across toll agencies using • Evaluating government plans to implement phase-by- unified ETC phase implementation of ITS • Utilizing passive RFID technology for automatic Sanjay Agarwal, Director, Ministry of Communications vehicle identification and toll collection and IT India, Member ITS - Ministry of Road Transport • Evaluating RFID tags as an inexpensive and and Highways cost-effective technology • Making electronic payments by using on board unit 10:15 Overview of ITS in India and the way forward tags and smart cards for toll transactions • Emphasizing the need of upgrading the roads with ITS R.C. Palekar, General Manager (Electronics), National Highways Authority of India solutions to ensure the success of infrastructure expansion • Implemeting ITS to tackle the shortcomings of Indian 15:15 Using ITS solutions to effectively manage traffic transport infrastructure • Moving towards cooperative systems for achieving • Adopting best practices from the global community benefits beyond stand alone systems to ensure project success • Centralizing the traffic flow measurement and Nirmal Jit Singh, Former Director General (Road automatic incident detection to effectively control traffic Development) and Special Secretary, Ministry of • Deploying area wide Traffic Control systems, Global Road Transport and Highways Positioning systems, Video Vehicle Detection to effectively manage high traffic corridors Dr. S. Velmurugan, Scientist, Traffic Engineering and 11:00 Networking break Safety Division, Central Road Research Institute India (CRRI) 11:30 Determining the role of the Department of Information Technology and Centre for Development of Advanced 16:00 Networking break Computing (CDAC) in ITS • Stressing the role of effective communications 16:30 Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation - infrastructure as the key to implementing ITS implementing ITS in Mysore City • Providing an update on the eight ITS projects initiated • Addressing the issue of congestion by implementing state-of-the-art ITS solutions in Mysore CASE STUDY by the department • Benefitting from various ITS systems like Vehicle • Implementing ITS as a sustainable and balanced Tracking Systems, Real Time Passenger Information transportation solution Systems and Central Control Stations V. Muralidharan, Additional Director, Centre for • Incorporating core technologies like Global Positioning Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) Systems (GPS), Electronic Display Systems and Information and Communication Technologies 12:15 Overcoming the challenges associated with ITS G. Subhashini, Associate Professor, Central Institute on a national level of Road Research • Discussing the role of various ministries in centralising 16:00 Networking break and enforcing ITS • Policy harmonization across departments for the 17:15 Understanding the challenges in implementing ITS PANEL DISCUSSION sustainable integration of ITS for effective traffic management • Stressing the importance of Public Private Partnerships • Addressing the issue of heterogeneous traffic in India to implement ITS solutions in the country • Adhering to traffic rules through ITS implementation PANEL DISCUSSION • Addressing budgetary constraints in upgrading current • Sharing concerns on implementing the various infrastructure to accommodate ITS standards suggested by government Sanjay Agarwal, Director, Ministry of Communications Amitabh Bajpai, Chairman, Association of Intelligent and IT India, Member ITS - Ministry of Road Transport Transport Systems India R.C. Palekar, General Manager (Electronics), National and Highways Highways Authority of India V. Muralidharan, Additional Director, Centre for Dr. S. Velmurugan, Scientist, Traffic Engineering and Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) Safety Division, Central Road Research Institute Nirmal Jit Singh, Former Director General (Road India (CRRI) Development) and Special Secretary, Ministry of Road G. Subhashini, Associate Professor, Central Institute Transport and Highways of Road Research 12:45 Networking lunch 17:45 Chairman’s remarks and end of day one For more information or to register Tel: +971 4 364 2975
  • 3. Conference day two: Tuesday 22 February 2011 08:45 Registration, coffee and networking Creating awareness and scaling the growth of ITS in India 09:00 Chairman’s welcome and opening remarks 14:00 Transforming city transport by absorbing ITS based best practices The current trends and future technology of ITS in India • Plying individual routes for city buses and creating focal points and interchanges 09:30 Improving efficiency of transport systems with • Organizing city taxi operations by integrating Global Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS) Positioning Systems [GPS] based ITS solutions • Demonstrating the role of ATIS in providing route • Maximizing parking capacity with parking guidance and traffic hazard warning guidance systems Anil Chhikara, Manager - Transport Command Centre • Adopting ATIS for emergency management and (Commonwealth Games), Motor Licensing Officer, disaster recovery Government of National Capital Territory • Showcasing case studies on application of ATIS in India and the way forward 14:45 Showcasing the initiative of Delhi Transport Dr. Praveen Kumar, Professor and Coordinator, Corporation in uprgrading transport services Transportation Engineering Group, Indian Institute • Adopting smart cards for Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) of Technology Roorkee • Utilizing ITS solutions for vehicle tracking, passenger counting and security systems 10:15 Deploying Variable Message Signs (VMS) for • Intergrating Passenger Information systems to provide development of ITS on non-urban highways data on location and travel-time of buses • Applying VMS to display traffic operations and C.U. Kumar, Chief General Manager, guidance information Delhi Transport Corporation • Discussing the role of VMS in safety enhancement and optimal utilization of infrastructure 15:30 Networking break • Explaining the Indian Roads Congress (IRC) guidelines Dr. S.S.Jain, Head, Centre for Transportation Systems 16:00 Ensuring the safety and efficiency of bus systems (CTRANS), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee via implementation of ITS • Implementing ITS for reducing fuel consumption 11:00 Networking break and emissions • Reducing traffic congestion, operational costs and 11:30 Highlighting the role of ITS in accelerating safety commuters waiting time • Improving energy efficiency, environmental quality and and sustainability economic productivity • Enhancing economic productivity, reducing travel time P.K. Sikdar, President, Intercontinental Consultants and increasing mobility and Technocrats • Improving energy efficiency and lesser fuel consumption • Attaining swift mobility with safety and security 16:45 Working in synergy with all stakeholders for the Dr. Nishi Mittal, Traffic Engineering and Safety Division, implementation of ITS Central Road Research Institute India (CRRI) • Indianization of global ITS solutions – reinventing technology for India 12:15 Seeking other revenue streams in the roll out of ITS • Providing solutions for the challenges India will face • Evaluating automated road enforcement to generate during the implementation of ITS PANEL DISCUSSION revenue for the government • Predicting India’s move advanced electronic • Implementing traffic enforcement cameras and radar to assisted systems PANEL DISCUSSION issue traffic tickets Anil Chhikara, Manager - Transport Command Centre • Leveraging on leading edge technology to maximize (Commonwealth Games), Motor Licensing Officer, revenue streams Government of National Capital Territory Dr. Praveen Kumar, Professor and Coordinator, Nirmal Jit Singh, Former Director General (Road Transportation Engineering Group, Indian Institute of Development) and Special Secretary, Ministry of Road Technology Roorkee Transport and Highways Dr. Nishi Mittal, Traffic Engineering and Safety Division, P.K. Sikdar, President, Intercontinental Consultants Central Road Research Institute India (CRRI) and Technocrats Dr. S.S.Jain, Head, Centre for Transportation Systems C.U. Kumar, Chief General Manager, (CTRANS), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee Delhi Transport Corporation 17:30 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of conference 13:00 Networking lunch Fax: +971 4 363 1938 Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae
  • 4. Exclusive industry insights from: • Sanjay Agarwal, Director, Ministry of Communications and IT India, Member ITS - Ministry of Road Transport and Highways • R.C. Palekar, General Manager (Electronics), National Highways Authority of India • V. Muralidharan, Additional Director, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) • Laurence R. Rilett, Chair in Engineering and Technology, Why attend Intelligent Transport Systems India? Keith W. Klaasmeyer, and Director, Nebraska Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is the way forward for the Transportation Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Indian transport industry to minimize congestion and deliver an • Anil Chhikara, Manager - Transport Command Centre efficient, safe and green transportation system infrastructure. (Commonwealth Games), Motor Licensing Officer, With an abundance of around 200 projects for implemeting ITS Government of National Capital Territory solutions, the government realizes that phase-by-phase implementation of ITS is urgently required to ensure • C.U. Kumar, Chief General Manager, effective highway traffic managment. Delhi Transport Corporation • Nirmal Jit Singh, Former Director General (Road Only at Intelligent Transport Systems India will you meet senior Development) and Special Secretary, Ministry of Road level officials from government and industry who will come Transport and Highways together and chart the way forward in the quest to implement • P.K. Sikdar, President, Intercontinental Consultants ITS through public private partnerships. This forum will aid the and Technocrats industry in taking ITS across India to the next level. • Dr. Nishi Mittal, Traffic Engineering and Safety Division, Central Road Research Institute India (CRRI) • Amitabh Bajpai, Chairman, Association of Intelligent Who you will network with at Intelligent Transport Transport Systems India Systems India: • Dr. S.S.Jain, Head, Centre for Transportation Systems This conference will provide a unique opportunity to meet and (CTRANS), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee hear from senior regional and international figures spanning • Dr. Praveen Kumar, Professor and Coordinator, government policy-makers as well as infrastructure and Transportation Engineering Group, Indian Institute of transport authorities, including: Technology Roorkee • Ministry of Roads, Transport • Metro Authorities • G. Subhashini, Associate Professor, Central Institute of and Highways • State Road Transport Authorities Road Research • National Highways Authority • Municipalities • Dr. S. Velmurugan, Scientist, Traffic Engineering and Safety of India • Development Authorities Division, Central Road Research Institute India (CRRI) • Department of Information • Consultants • M.M. Bansal, Scientist E/Director (Transport Engineering), Bureau of Indian Standards and Technology • Contractors • Ministry of Urban Development • Suppliers Associate partner: RTATIO PO N NS SY A ENT TR STE ITSS MS SO Attendee profile by job title: LIG EL CI ET INT Y IE E E 10% Media partners: 30% 25% Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities Only at Intelligent Transport Systems India will the highest- level decision makers attend in one place at one time. They will evaluate products and services and will look to short-list 15% 10% potential suppliers. 10% • Can you afford to miss out on this opportunity? Director General Head of ITS • Do you have a product or service that our senior decision- makers and influencers need? Director Information Technology Transport Directors We have a range of business development / marketing Director Electronics Traffic Engineers and sales solutions that will be tailored to specifically deliver on your business objectives. For more details, call +971 4 364 2975 or email sponsorship@iqpc.ae IQPC provides business executives around the world with tailored practical conferences, large scale events, topical seminars and in-house training programmes, keeping them up-to-date with industry trends, technological developments and the regulatory landscape. IQPC’s large scale conferences are market leading “must attend” events for their respective industries. IQPC produces more than 1,700 events annually around the world, and continues to grow. Founded in 1973, IQPC now has offices in major cities across six continents including: Bengaluru, Berlin, Dubai, London, New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, and Toronto. IQPC leverages a global research base of best practices to produce an unrivalled portfolio of conferences. www.iqpc.ae www.intelligenttransportindia.com
  • 5. International conference 4 WAYS TO REGISTER 21-22 February 2011 Online: www.intelligenttransportindia.com Phone: +971 4 364 2975 Radisson, Delhi, India Fax: +971 4 363 1938 REGISTRATION Email: enquiry@iqpc.ae Event Code: 19556.001 Please complete in BLOCK CAPITALS as information Please do not remove this label even if it is not addressed TEAM DISCOUNTS is used to produce delegate badges. to you.Your Priority Registration Code is printed on the Please photocopy for multiple bookings. top of the label below. Please quote it when registering: Team discounts available on request. Call +971 4 364 2975 for more information. VENUE & ACCOMMODATION Radisson Hotel Delhi National Highway 8 New Delhi 110037 India Tel: +91 11 2677 91 61 Fax: +91 11 2677 90 52 Email: Online: www.radisson.com/newdelhiin VENUE & ACCOMMODATION: Hotel and travel costs are not included in the registration fee. 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