Networks for Mobility 2012 - Presentations

OPENING

"Is walking transport?" - Perceptions and ideologies of sustainable transport modes.
Daniel Sauter, Urban Mobility Research, Zurich, Switzerland

The Future of Mobility - Smart Cars and smart Traffic integrated in smart Grids
Prof. Dr. Gernot Spiegelberg, Siemens AG, Munich, Germany

PLENARY SESSION I - SHARED MOBILITY

Integrated Mobility
Florian Lennert (InnoZ, Berlin, Germany)

moovel - connecting public and private mobility
Michael Kuhn (Daimler AG, Mobility Solutions / moovel, Stuttgart, Germany)

The Potential of Public Bike Systems
Prof. Dr. Markus Friedrich (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

PLENARY SESSION II - QUALITY OF TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS

Performance Evaluation in Public Transport. An Operational Methodology
Prof. Domenico Gattuso (Mediterranea University, Reggio Calabria, Italy)

Quality of Logistics Services - A journey towards customer driven operational excellence along the supply chain
Dr. Stephan Freichel (Independent Consultant, former Managing Director of Logwin Solutions, Aschaffenburg, Germany)

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS A

A1 - TRAFFIC DETECTION AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS

Traffic Monitoring replaces the quinquennial road traffic census in Baden-Wuerttemberg
Marion Mayer-Kreitz (Road Traffic Center Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, Germany)

Level of service estimation at traffic signals based on innovative traffic data services and collection techniques
Steffen Axer (Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany)

Using Inductive Loop Signature Re-identification for Travel Time Measurement - Use Case Bremerhaven
Friedrich Maier (commeaT.E.C. traffic engineering & consulting, Munich, Germany)

A2 - EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY OF RAIL-BOUND SYSTEMS

Evaluation of supply quality in passenger transport as a basis for the assessment of railway infrastructure measures
Michael Rittner (DB Netz AG, Frankfurt/Main, Germany)

Level Crossings of Light Rail Systems: Safety Review of a Man-Machine Interface
Hans-Joachim Meinicke (Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG, Germany)

Rescue Single Wagon load traffic: Abolish Shunting!
Bernd H. Kortschak (University of Applied Sciences, Erfurt, Germany)

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS B

B1 - QUALITY OF SERVICE IN ROAD NETWORKS

Measuring Travel Time Reliability for an FCD-based Route Information System
Rüdiger Ebendt (German Aerospace Center, Berlin, Germany)

Factors Influencing the Travel Time Reliability of Motorway Sections
Jochen Lohmiller (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Impact of Vehicular Communication Performance on Travel Time Estimation in Urban Areas
Hugues Tchouankem (Leibniz University Hannover, Germany)

Fusion of Level of Service Data for Traffic Information Services
Thorsten Neumann (German Aerospace Center, Berlin, Germany)

B2 - PLANNING OF FREIGHT TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORT

Behavior-Oriented Freight Modeling: Method and Applications
Tobias Wieczorek (PTV AG, Karlsruhe, Germany)

The Formalization of the Appraisal of the Road Influence on the Transportation Process of Freight Traffic
Marina Petrunina (Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga, Latvia)

Integrating information from heterogeneous data sources to improve decision making in the long-haul freight business
Thomas Bousonville (University of Applied Sciences, Saarbrücken, Germany)

B3 - TRANSPORT SYSTEM MODELING

Latest Simulation Training Methods for Traffic Controllers and Signalmen
Jörg Demitz (Funkwerk Information Technologies GmbH, Kiel, Germany)

Model Definition and Optimization of Operative Cost Functions in Service Integration of Bus Services
Francis Cirianni (Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Italy)

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS C

C1 - TRAVEL DEMAND MODELING

State of the art of multimodal macroscopic transport modeling
Udo Heidl (PTV AG, Karlsruhe, Germany)

A New Quality in Transportation Modeling with Historical Navigation Speed Information
Lars Peter (PTV AG, Karlsruhe, Germany)

Dynamics on housing career and travel behavior: toward a broader understanding
Aida Pontes de Aquino (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)

C2 - PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS DESIGN

Linguistics in transportation: How structuralism can help to understand the functioning of transportation systems
Reinhold Schröter (Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG, Germany)

Industrial design's criteria for the development of public transport vehicles for urban areas in Colombia
Mario Avellaneda Gonzalez (National University, Bogota, Colombia)

Consistent Decision Process and Algorithm for Train Dispatching
Yong Cui (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

C3 - POSITIONING AND LOCATION REFERENCING

Positioning in Real-Time Public Transport Navigation: Comparison of Vehicle-Based and Smartphone-Generated Acceleration Data to Determine Motion States of Passengers
Ina Partzsch (Fraunhofer Institute, Dresden, Germany)

Getting in and out of a taxi: spatio-temporal hotspot analysis for floating taxi data in Shanghai
Jukka Matthias Krisp (Technical University of Munich, Germany)

Evaluation of Dynamic Location Referencing Algorithms
Rainer Schützle (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

 

PARALLEL SESSIONS D

D1 - SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRANSPORT

Successful Initiation and Coordination of Mobility Management - Experience of the German Action Program "efficient mobil"
Mechtild Stiewe (ILS- Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Dortmund, Germany)

Spatial Implications from Electro-Mobility: Developing an urban typology to analyse requirements and potential benefits for cities from an electric vehicles scenario
Wolfgang Rid (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Non-motorized mobility and the steering force of the Organized Civil Society towards innovative approaches for planning a sustainable urban mobility.
Regina Orvañanos Murguía (Laboratorio de Tecnología Urbana, Guadalajara, Mexico)

D2 - SUSTAINABLE FREIGHT TRAFFIC AND LOGISTICS SERVICES

Key Performance Indicators for Intermodal Transportation
Martin Posset (h2 projekt.beratung KG, Vienna, Austria)

Intermodal Networks for Freight Transport in the Hinterland of Seaports - The Example of Railroad
Herbert Kotzab (University of Bremen, Germany)

Sustainable Buying of Transport Services
Rudolf O. Large (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

D3 - ECO-MANAGEMENT OF SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

Simulation of linkage efficiency in a road-fragmented habitat network
Rüdiger Jooß (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

Gravity Ropeway: Could be a reliable source of transport the goods and services in Hills and Mountainous Regions of Nepal
Shambhu Dev Baral (Association of District Development Committees, Sanepa, Nepal)