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Commission Européenne, présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l’Information à la délégation d’Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012: les transports intelligents

Commission Européenne, présentations de la Délégation générale Société de l’Information à la délégation d’Aquitains conduite par AEC, 30 janvier 2012: les transports intelligents

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  • Ladies and Gentlemen, Today we are talking about Smart Mobility. I believe that Smart Mobility – or ITS, Intelligent Transport Systems will play an increasingly important role both in the EU and China in offering the transport services and addressing the inherent socio-economic challenges. In Europe, this is because we cannot build any more roads, altough we have more cars and more congestion, and we need to use the existing network more efficiently. In China I think that even when you invest to new transport infrastructure in a massive scale, you also need Smart Mobility as the deman is and the problems of congestion, energy use, safety and pollution grow even faster. Here you can see some of the Smarr Mobility services which already are deployed in Europe: Next, I will say a few more words of a few of them.

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  • Europe’s Transport Challenges The White Paper 2011Roadmap to a Single European Transport AreaTowards a competitive and resource efficient transport system• To meet the challenges, transport has to: • Use less energy • Use cleaner energy • Exploit efficiently a multimodal, integrated and ‘intelligent’ network• Curbing mobility is not an option• By 2050 reduce emissions by 60%, and 20% by 2020 (2008 level)• By 2050 move close to zero fatalities in road transport, halving road casualties by 2020
  • Europe’s Transport Sector Smart mobility services Optimised collection and Accurate publicReal Time Traffic and provision of road, traffic data for digital Cooperative Travel Information and travel data maps Intersection Safety ITS services to Multimodalimprove infrastructure Traffic safety information journey ITS services usage services planners for travel assistanteCall: Pan-European in-vehicle E-Freight emergency call Open in- Electronic vehicle road tolling ITS framework platforms architecture ••• 2
  • Objectives of the ITS Action Plan Action Plan 24 Actions in 6 Priority Areas for the deployment of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in Europe (COM(2008) 886) Optimal Use of Road, Continuity of Traffic and Traffic and Travel Data Freight ManagementSpecific goals:  accelerate and coordinate the uptake of ITS Road Safety Integration of services and Security Vehicle and Transport Infrastructure  increase interoperability  set up an efficient cooperation  solve privacy and liability issues Data Protection European and Liability ITS CoordinationWhy a European Approach?  common priorities (Agenda setting)  interoperability of systems  continuity of services (across borders)  generation of scale effects > cost reduction  promotion of the  European ITS industry ••• 3