Scientific and technical sessions, Tuesday 28 April

Please note that all information is preliminary and subject to change. The paper and its presentation will be included in the TRA2020 programme only if at least one author paper has registered for TRA2020. The information will be updated once presenting author registrations have been verified.

Scientific and technical session 7:
Clearing roadblocks for mobility as a service

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

326 Car sharing perspectives in a business as usual scenario: findings from the STARS project / Mr. Andrea Chicco, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

462 Business models in the shared electric mobility field: a market overview towards electric mobility as a service (eMaaS) / Mr. J. Roberto Reyes, García University of Twente, Netherlands

501 Introducing TrønderMaaS: investigating business models, sustainability and users’ acceptance of a MaaS system in Stjørdal and Trondheim region, Norway / Prof. Giuseppe Marinelli, NORD University, Norway

502 Driving disruption: MaaS as a socio-technological change / Dr. Milla Wirén, University of Turku, Turku School of Economics, Finland

657 Risks needing more research before MaaS becomes widespread / Dr. Eric Bruun, Kyyti Group, Ltd., Finland

708 Mobility-as-a-Service is not only about technology: the importance of MaaS ethos in the design of public policy framework / Ms. Renata Lajas, Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon, Ireland

746 MyCorridor MaaS: a stakeholder inclusive MaaS platform / Mr. Athanasios Salamanis, CERTH, Greece

Poster presentations:
Mobility-As-A-Service

Time: 10.00–10.30

464 Laying the foundation for European TM2.0 deployment within a trusted network of stakeholders: the TM2.0 trust model / Mr. Jop Spoelstra, Technolution, Netherlands

599 Toolkit for rural mobility as a service development / Ms. Jenni Eckhardt, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

775 Shaping urban mobility / Dr. Johan Wallin, Synocus, Finland

974 The shared mobility agency operating in Elba: a first step towards a rural MaaS initiative / Mr. Saverio Gini, MemEx Srl., Italy

1175 Insights on the acceptance of direct private car rental for supporting peer to peer mobility solutions – a case study on Italy and Greece / Dr. Georgios Fontaras, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

Scientific and technical session 8:
Shared and servitised mobility

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

218 Exploring the adoption of moped scooter sharing systems in Spanish urban areas / Mr. Álvaro Aguilera, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / TRANSyT – Transport Research Centre, Spain

283 What are the factors and needs promoting Mobility-as-a-Service? Findings from the Swiss Household Energy Demand Survey (SHEDS) / Mr. Raphael Hörler, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Switzerland

506 Opportunities and barriers to multimodal cities: lessons learned from in-depth interviews about attitudes towards Mobility-as-a-Service / Ms. Melinda Matyas, University College London, United Kingdom

683 Examining preference heterogeneity for Mobility-as-a-Service plans / Ms. Melinda Matyas, University College London, United Kingdom

770 Simulation of effects of ride sharing interconnected with public transport in rural areas / Dr. Ramón Briegel, University of Kassel, Germany

1069 Drivers and Barriers of Mobility-as-a-Service in urban areas / Dr. Yashar Araghi, Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast-natuurwetenschappelijk onderzoek, Netherlands

Poster presentations:
Shared and servitised mobility 

Time: 10.00–10.30

123 ComplexTrans – the global private-public / rail-road / passengers-goods / city-intercity transportation system / Mr. Jiri Hofman, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

509 Driver choices towards ridesharing in Athens / Dr. Panagiotis Papantoniou, Technical University Munich, Germany

536 Determinants of success and constraints of integrated ridesharing in Rural Areas / Mr. Jonas Harz, University of Kassel, Chair of Transportation Planning and Traffic Systems, Germany

763 Electro-Mobility-as-a-Service (eMaaS) in the EU funded STEVE project experience / Dr. Riccardo Groppo, Ideas & Motion, Italy

782 Shared mobility services in Malta: user needs and attitudes / Ms. Suzanne Maas, University of Malta, Malta

992 Smart mobility for all: integrating accessibility holistically / Dr. Petteri Alinikula, Avaava Oy, Finland

1146 Assessment and categorization of shared on-demand mobility services / Mr. Tero Haahtela, Aalto University, School of Science, Finland

Scientific and technical session 9:
Data and big data in mobility

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

489 Estimating passenger experience from vehicle data: preconditions for using machine learning / Dr. Timo Laakko, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

570 Assessing the impact of Big Data for improving transport efficiency: A cross-modal approach / Prof. Andres Monzon, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / TRANSyT – Transport Research Centre, Spain

833 Big data and inland waterway traffic management: lessons from the ‘Blauwe Golf Verbindend’ case study / Mr. Bastiaan van Berne Panteia BV, Netherlands

915 Using digital twin technology to ensure data quality in transport systems / Dr. Jerker Björkqvist, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

1030 Data-based synthetic population generator for activity-based transport models / Mr. Petr Hajduk, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1144 Benefits of real time information flow in multimodal transport chains on ferry shipping example / Dr. Ludmila Filina-Dawidowicz, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Poland

Poster presentations:
Mobility and data 

Time: 10.00–10.30

336 Spatial analysis of driver safety behaviour using data from smartphones / Dr. Dimitrios Tselentis, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

799 A Decision support tool for evaluating Big Data investment in transport: empirical evidence from European use cases of NOESIS project / Dr. Christos Katrakazas, Technical University Munich, Germany

937 Passive Wi-Fi monitoring in public transport: a case study in the Madeira Island / Mr. Miguel Ribeiro, ITI/LARSYS, Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon, Portugal

1067 Context-sensitive modeling of public transport data / Prof. Rui Henriques, Instituto Superior Técnico – University of Lisbon, Portugal

Scientific and technical session 10:
Safety through data, digitalisation and automation

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

219 Investigation of the impact of weather conditions to young drivers’ behaviour and safety in cities / Ms. Armira Kontaxi, aNational Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

226 Analysis of highly automated vehicles’ potential to prevent pedestrian crashes when prioritizing safety and traffic flow / Mr. Roni Utriainen, Tampere University, Finland

747 FERSI position paper: Safety through automation? Ensuring that automated and connected driving contribute to a safer transportation system / Dr. Anna Anund, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, VTI, Sweden

1016 Clash of cultures in Greek traffic? What happens when a Southern European road safety culture is mixed with a Northern European road safety culture? / Ms. Alexandra Laiou, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

1111 Impact of automated highway autopilot on the performance and safety of weaving sections / Mrs. Marieke van der Tuin, TU Delft, Netherlands

1149 Development of a platform for global road safety data analysis / Mr. Anastasios Dragomanovits, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

Poster presentations:
Safety case studies 

Time: 10.00–10.30

612 Identification of road safety risk factors in Africa / Prof. George Yannis, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

772 Road safety comparative analysis in the Maghreb / Mr. Mohamed Mouloud, Haddak IFSTTAR, France

783 Impact evaluation of the Porokello alert service / Ms. Satu Kotituomi, Traficon Ltd, Finland

991 Peer pressure on road safety: the case of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece / Dr. Dimitrios Nalmpantis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Scientific and technical session 11:
Novel perspectives to C-ITS and autonomous road transport

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

368 Enhancing acceptance in automated vehicles through a new paradigm for colouring automated driving with human emotions / Dr. Jose Solaz, Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia, Spain

389 Enhanced traffic management procedures of connected and autonomous vehicles in transition areas / Dr. Sven Maerivoet, Transport & Mobility Leuven, Belgium

524 Combined ITS-G5 and 5G test track for vehicle winter testing and advanced road weather services / Dr. Timo Sukuvaara, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

604 The impact of adaptive cruise control on tractive energy consumption in real-world highway multiple-car-following scenarios / Dr. Michail Makridis, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

1041 Nordic Way 2 – weather and road condition notifications for road users / Mr. Janne Miettinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

1053 From the perspective of other road users: acceptance of automated cars / Mr. Bernhard Schrauth, Institute for Empirical Sociology at the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

Poster presentations:
Co-operative, intelligent and automated transport system 

Time: 10.00–10.30

157 Designing cooperative interaction of automated vehicles in mixed traffic environments: insights from the interACT project / Mr. Marc Wilbrink, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

438 Intelligent traffic signal – coordinated or isolated control? / Prof. José Pedro Maia Tavares, University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering, Portugal

472 Acceptance and use of ADAS / Ms. Merja Penttinen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

525 Automated valet parking using IoT: design, user experience and business opportunities / Dr. Johan Scholliers, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

581 How to apply the FESTA methodology to automated driving pilots / Dr. Satu Innamaa, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

811 Connected and cooperative intelligent systems to benefit vulnerable road users – case motorcyclists / Mr. Aki Lumiaho VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

890 An approach to the definition of generic rules for the traffic control in different transportation modes / Prof. Dirk Bruckmann, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany

1045 Cooperative automated driving for managing transition areas and the operational design domain (ODD) / Dr. Jaap Vreeswijk, MAP traffic management, Netherlands

1088 Development and implementation of innovative signal control with autonomous and connected vehicles / Dr. Lily Elefteriadou, University of Florida, United States

Scientific and technical session 12:
Future of automated transport

Podium presentations 

Time: 8.30–10.00

276 Predicting impacts of connected and automated vehicles / Dr. Rune Elvik, TØI Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

295 Scenario based validation of highly automated vehicles – results of the ENABLE-S3 research project / Dr. Michael Paulweber, AVL List GmbH, Austria

422 Overview of connected and automated driving test sites / Dr. Adewole Adesiyun, Forum of European National Highway Research Laboratories, Belgium

444 A Review on societal impacts of the future connected and automated transport systems / Ms. Julia Roussou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

576 NGT CARGO – a market-driven concept for more sustainable freight transport on rail / Mr. David Krüger, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

869 Scenarios of automated mobility in Austria 2030 / Mr. Aggelos Soteropoulos, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

Poster presentations:
Automated transport 

Time: 10.00–10.30

62 Specifications for multi-brand truck platooning / Mr. Edoardo Mascalchi, CLEPA, Belgium

170 Vehicle occupancy automatic sensor fosters HOV lane implementation / Mr. Frederic Aliaga, Cerema Centre-Est, France

342 A compendium of infrastructure solutions to support automated mobility on all roads / Dr. Philippe Nitsche, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

350 Next generation communication for V2X applications / Dr. Meng Lu Dynniq, Nederland B.V., Netherlands

573 Towards a method for getting a grip on societal impacts of automated driving / Mrs. Elina Aittoniemi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

710 Sensor fusion: How fused data can support the development of automated driving in virtual environment and provide data for guiding vehicles / Mr. Siegfried Seebacher, ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, Austria

Scientific and technical session 13:
Safety analysis excellence

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

288 An evaluation of the safety impacts of bus priority routes in major Israeli cities / Dr. Victoria Gitelman, Transportation Research Institute, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

507 Collection and design of human-centred measures to enhance safety at level crossings / Mrs. Annika Dreßler, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

512 Identification of patterns in motorcycle riding dynamics at known accident sites / Mr. Klemens Schwieger, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

700 Reaction time variability association with unsafe driving / Mr. Mohammed Ghaith, Altarabichi School of Innovation Design and Engineering (IDT), Mälardalen University, Sweden

860 State of the art on measuring driver state and technology-based risk prevention and mitigation: findings from the i-DREAMS project / Dr. Christos Katrakazas, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

1136 Crash risk of e-bike riders and riders of conventional bikes in Denmark / Mrs. Mette Møller, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Poster presentations:
Safety analysis 16.30–17.00

Time: 16.30–17.00

90 An analysis of European crash data and scenario specification for heavy truck safety system development within the AEROFLEX project / Mr. Ron Schindler, Chalmers university of technology, Sweden

120 Modelling the economic impacts of road crashes in Greece / Mr. Apostolos Ziakopoulos, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

293 Numerical analysis of motorcyclist impact into beam post of steel safety barrier (SSB) with and without HDPE protection / Dr. Jovan Trajkovski, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Slovenia

365 Road Safety Modelling: macroscopic and microscopic approach / Mr. Anastasios Dragomanovits, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

665 Road user safety attitudes towards driver fatigue / Mr. Dimitrios Nikolaou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

743 Impact of socio-territorial disparities on road risk / Mr. Mohamed Mouloud, Haddak IFSTTAR, France

846 Differences in use of dynamic capacities between cars and motorcycles drivers / Mrs. Claire Naude, IFSTTAR, France

Scientific and technical session 14:
Travel behavior and needs

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

222 Analysis of social media use for urban mobility and travel choices / Mrs. Maria Karatsoli, University of Thessaly, Greece

626 An assessment of digital travel information services serving persons with reduced mobility in Europe / Dr. Tharsis, Teoh Panteia, Netherlands

739 The experience of travel time: worthwhile or wasted? Learnings from a large-scale smartphone-based data collection campaign and expected policy impacts (H2020 MoTiV project) / Dr. Yannick Cornet, University of Zilina, Slovakia

756 An analysis of the potential adoption of Mobility as a Service across different age groups and lifestages: a mixed-methods approach / Mrs. Valeria Caiati, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

804 Mobility-as-a-Service – an opportunity for the urban poor? GIS-based investigation of four ride-pooling schemes in Hamburg/Germany / Mx. Christoph Aberle, aHamburg University of Technology, Institute for Transport Planning and Logistics, Germany

895 Travel satisfaction, travel environment and satisfaction with transport modes / Mrs. Hanne Tiikkaja, Tampere University, Finland

Poster presentations:
Travel behavior and needs 

Time: 16.30–17.00

500 Mapping everyday leisure travel in the effort of finding characteristics important for reducing car use / Mrs. Emma Strömblad, Lund University, Sweden

504 Co-creating people-focussed mobility solutions one neighbourhood at a time / Dr. Ralf Brand, Rupprecht Consult Forschung und Beratung GmbH, Germany

903 Shaping mobility value chain in Madeira – the challenges of tourist mobility / Dr. Claudio Mantero, Horários do Funchal, Transportes Públicos SA, Portugal

1019 Travel-based multitasking on public transport: a case study from Hungary / Dr. Andras Munkacsy, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, Hungary

1134 Towards a smart tourism destination: transport digitalization and mobility as a service concept in rural destinations / Mr. Jouko Nuottila, University of Lapland, Finland

Scientific and technical session 15:
Vehicles, vehicle systems and technologies

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

247 State of the art of the regulatory framework through the analysis of the technologies developed within the AEROFLEX project / Mr. Carlos Luján, IDIADA Automotive Technology SA, Spain

372 The H2020 project FITGEN: preliminary results and design guidelines of an integrated e-axle for the third-generation electric vehicles / Dr. Michele De Gennaro, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

649 Power advanced N-level digital architecture for models of electrified vehicles and their components / Prof. Alain Bouscayrol, University of Lille, France

953 Next generation of vehicle diagnostics based on advanced on-board monitoring and cloud-based diagnostics / Prof. Savas Geivanidis, International Hellenic University, Greece

1059 Analysis of electric vehicle design and travel based on long trip capabilities / Mr. Ian Faye Robert, Bosch GmbH, Germany

1106 Hyperloop in Europe: state of play and challenges / Dr. Konstantinos Gkoumas, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

Poster presentations:
Vehicles and vehicle systems and technologies

Time: 16.30–17.00

179 Affordable multi-material lightweight design – selected results of the H2020 project ALLIANCE / Prof. Thilo Bein, Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF, Germany

210 Enabling green mobility by making highly efficient WBG semiconductors available for automotive industry / Dr. Christoph Abart, AVL List GmbH, Austria’

223 Potentials and challenges in the harmonization of approaches for agile product development and automotive SPICE / Mr. Jonas Heimicke, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

259 HiFi-ELEMENTS: an interface model standard and workflow for high fidelity electric vehicle modelling and testing / Dr. Thorsten Schnorbus, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

375 AEROdynamic and FLEXible trucks for next generation of long-distance road transport (AEROFLEX) / Mr. Ben Kraaijenhagen, MAN Truck & Bus SE, Germany

381 Development of a pre-chamber for ultra-lean operation of gasoline engines / Dr. Knut Habermann FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

533 Particle reduced, efficient gasoline engines: a final report on the PaREGEn project / Dr. Simon Edwards, Ricardo GmbH, Germany

680 Hair-pin winding in high-speed permanent-magnet machine / Dr. Mario Vukotić, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Slovenia

724 aColor: mechatronics, machine learning, and communications in an unmanned surface vehicle / Mr. Jose Villa Escusol, Tampere University, Finland

954 An environmentally friendly LED lighting system for truck applications / Mr. Dimitris Baros, Innovative Technologies Center S.A., Greece

Scientific and technical session 17:
Modelling of trafic flow

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

285 User powertrain type choice model and analysis using neural networks / Dr. Fabio Marques dos Santos, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC), Italy

332 The Disruption transport model: computing user delays resulting from infrastructure failures for multi-modal passenger & freight traffic / Mrs. Marieke van der Tuin, TU Delft, Netherlands

387 Building feedback into modelling impacts of automated vehicles: developing a consensus model and quantitative tool / Ms. Hannah Rakoff, U.S. Department of Transportation, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, United States

483 Impact of conflict resolution parameters on combined alternate-directions lane assignment and reservation-based Intersection control / Dr. Aleksandar Stevanovic, Florida Atlantic University, United States

661 Robust methods and conditional expectations for vehicular traffic count analysis / Mr. Jorma Kilpi, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

1109 Intelligent intersection management using Fuzzy Logic control and PI control / Mr. Ilhan Tunc, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Poster presentations:
Transport modelling 

Time: 16.30–17.00

230 An error analysis by fluctuation of vehicle detection result for traffic state estimation using opposite observation probe / Mr. Katsuya Kawai, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan

262 Estimation of carpooling potential by trip modelling / Mr. Wilfried Raballand, Cerema Centre-Est, France

558 Recommendations for a methodological enhancement of the national German accessibility model / Dr. Stefan Schönfelder, University of Economics and Business, Institute for Transport and Logistics Management, Austria

592 Is appropriate the car-following model for the simulation of mixed traffic considering e-scooters? / Mr. Yeltsin Valero, Ifsttar, France

982 A Departure delay estimation model for freight trains / Ms. Niloofar Minbashi, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

1028 A GIS-based accessibility model for predicting the demand for residential parking / Ms. Johanna Mäkinen, Tampere University, Finland

1036 Micro and macro: development of a hybrid travel demand model with aggregate gravity and individual-level activity-based approaches / Mr. Martijn Hollestelle, Ramboll Finland Oy, Finland

1110 Impact of automated highway autopilot on the average network travel times and total distance travelled / Mrs. Marieke van der Tuin, TU Delft, Netherlands

Scientific and technical session 18:
Collaborative urban planning and stakeholder engagement

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

154 Impact assessment and participation in the Helsinki region land use, housing and transport plan – success stories and lessons learnt / Ms. Mette Granberg, HSL Helsinki Region Transport Authority, Finland

394 Structuring peri-urban living with the railway system: stakeholders representations of urban planning around peri-urban rail stations / Mrs. Sophie Hasiak, Cerema Hauts de France, France

415 Positive planning approach to secure logistics facilities in Swiss urban areas / Mr. Martin Ruesch, Rapp Trans Ltd., Switzerland

535 Smart ways to Antwerp: citizens’ approach / Ms. Annelies Heijns, City of Antwerp, Belgium

956 Urban mobility planning in Czechia: change of paradigm, challenges and barriers in local governance / Dr. Hana Bruhova, Foltynova Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem Czech, Republic

1127 Assessing user expectations, requirements, and concerns toward automated driving progressed by internet of things – a user-centric development approach / Mrs. Viktoriya Kolarova, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Transport Research, Germany

1169 Enhancing social outcomes from urban transport development: examining outcomes and planning process at multiple scales. / Mr. Juhyun Lee, Faculty of Spatial Science, University of Groningen, Netherlands

Poster presentations:
Collaborative urban planning & stakeholder engagement 

Time: 16.30–17.00

153 SPADE – Assessment method for the collaborative planning of infrastructure and spatial development / Mr. Ivo Hindriks, Panteia, Netherlands

399 Urban mobility systems evaluation with focus on business sustainability and stakeholders influence / Mr. Asad Karisik, Blue Desk, Bosnia and Herzegovina

652 Decision support for reliability improvement of multimodal public transport services / Mr. Joel Ribeiro, INESC TEC – Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science, Portugal

824 Toward carbon neutrality in French regions: a case study for passengers’ local mobility / Mr. Patrice Nogues, EDF, France

1120 Intermodal port and airport scenarios in Adriatic-Ionian area: the stakeholders’ views / Dr. Veronika Andrea University of Ioannina, Greece

Scientific and technical session 19:
Safety and security in cyberspace

Podium presentations 

Time: 15.00–16.30

311 Railway cybersecurity: Comprehensive and standardized approach to security risk assessment / Mr. Francisco Daza Pastrana, Alstom, Belgium

319 Cryptographic protocols for secure communications over computer networks – transport layer security / Mr. Kim Nordström, HSL Helsinki Region Transport Authority, Finland

577 Performance analysis of IEEE 802.11p and 5G in vehicular environment / Mr. Muhammad Naeem, Tahir Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

658 Advances of cybersecurity in Maritime port operations / Dr. Nils Meyer-Larsen, ISL Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics, Germany

867 The cyber threat preparedness in the Maritime logistics industry / Mr. Harri Pyykkö, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

925 Automated driving systems meet edge computing: a security perspective / Mr. Antti Hakkala, University of Turku, Finland

Poster presentations:
Safety and security in transport in cyberspace 

Time: 16.30–17.00

274 DEIS – Dependability engineering innovation for smart transportation / Dr. Eric Armengaud, AVL List GmbH, Austria

629 Unmanned maritime infrastructure inspection – a mixed method risk management approach from German port facilities / Mr. Michael Stein, Kühne Logistics University (KLU), Germany

969 Are there disadvantages in port digitalization? / Mr. Olli-Pekka Brunila, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland

1180 Security and safety integrated approach for multimodal-hubs crisis management: a railway and airway proposition / Mx. Simon Collart-Dutilleul, IFSTTAR, France

Scientific and technical session 20:
Service provision and quality

Podium presentations 17.00–18.30

Time: 17.00–18.30

140 Piloting the use of a passenger panel to improve public transport service quality / Mr. Antti Vuorela, HSL Helsinki Region Transport Authority, Finland

196 HiReach: innovative mobility solutions to cope with transport poverty / Mr. Stefano Borgato, TRT Trasporti e Territorio, Italy

447 The Antwerp marketplace for mobility: partnering with private mobility service providers as a strategy to keep the region accessible / Ms. Chris Van Maroey, City of Antwerp, Belgium

498 Integrating public transport and car-pooling services: evidence from a field test in Switzerland / Mr. Marco Derboni, USI-SUPSI, Switzerland

875 Encouraging park-and-ride use in commuter traffic: an investigation of user needs and requirements for the Viennese commuter belt / Ms. Karin Markvica, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria

1023 Procurement models for modular mobility ecosystem services / Ms. Jenni Eckhardt, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd., Finland

Poster presentations:
Service provision and quality 18.30–19.00

Time: 18.30–19.00

575 Customer-oriented timetable planning – the case of passenger rail connection in South-Eastern Finland / Mr. Petri Kähärä, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Finland

588 The importance of commercial speed and operating costs for planning high-speed train services / Dr. Oskar Fröidh, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

1108 Commute mode choice: the quality of the public transport service and competition with car / Mr. Erik Bjørnson, Lunke INstitute of TRansport Economics, Norway

Scientific and technical session 21:
Simulation, modelling and algorithms – studies, tools and examples

Podium presentations

Time: 17.00–18.30

117 PORTMOD – a simulation tool to improve container terminal operation / Dr. Toni Lastusilta, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

243 Emerging technologies in development of vehicle fuel consumption models / Ms. Marina Milenkovic, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Transport & Traffic Engineering, Serbia

731 Visibility estimation based on camera data and algorithm of snow recognition on traffic signs / Ms. Marjo Hippi, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

737 Multiphysics and system simulation: a future game-changing process for railway system design and validation / Dr. Emmanuel Batista, Alstom, France

945 Improving inbound logistic planning for large-scale real-world routing problems: a novel ant-colony simulation-based optimization / Dr. Vincenza Torrisi, University of Catania, Italy

1037 A data-based traffic modeling approach for inter-vehicular collision simulation / Ms. Lu Zhao, IFSTTAR/Renault, France

Poster presentations:
Simulation, modelling and algorithms – studies, tools and examples

Time: 18.30–19.00

217 Methodology for estimating the NOx saving potential by building charging infrastructure for electromobility / Mx. Alexandra Theißen, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

281 Evaluating behavioral validity in traffic simulators / Ms. Sonja Schneider, Technical University of Munich, Germany

287 Detecting possibly threatening conspicuous human behaviour in airport terminals via movement categorization / Mr. Florian Rudolph, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

305 Energy minimization for an electric bus using a genetic algorithm / Mr. Sina Torabi, Chalmers university of technology, Sweden

482 Induction motor design tool for drivetrain applications / Ms. Lauriane Prongué, BRUSA Elektronik AG, Switzerland

736 Modelling of bridge-vehicle interaction using 3D road surface models of bridge pavement / Mr. Darko Kokot, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute (ZAG), Slovenia

771 SPRINT: semantics for PerfoRmant and scalable INteroperability of multimodal transport / Dr. Mersedeh Sadeghi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Scientific and technical session 22:
Smart city mobility solutions

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

314 Public transport priority in 2020: lessons from Zurich / Mr. Andrew Nash, University of Applied Sciences, St Pölten, Austria

349 Advanced 5G validation trials across multiple vertical industries: health, aquaculture and transport / Dr. Meng Lu Dynniq, Nederland B.V., Netherlands

461 Sustainable mobility persuasion via smartphone apps: exploiting external extrinsic motivational factors / Dr. José Veiga Simão, University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, Switzerland

616 BLEUN: bluetooth low energy urban networks for smart mobility applications / Mr. Francisco Aletta, Etelätär Innovation, Netherlands

896 Feasibility study of public transport ticketing using Bluetooth beacons / Mr. Janne Lahti, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

948 Framework for developing solutions for accessible mobility: potential of IoT solutions in public transportation / Mr. Olli Pihlajamaa, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

Poster presentations:
Smart city mobility solutions 

Time: 18.30–19.00

304 Rethinking EU urban mobility research: lessons from the ECCENTRIC project in Madrid / Prof. Angel Aparicio, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

618 City Needs and FIWARE-based smart city solutions / Mr. José F. Papí, Etelätär Innovation, Netherlands

798 e-Mobility to add new innovative mobility solutions for citizens and local authorities / Mr. Aki Lumiaho, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

Scientific and technical session 23:
Rethinking public transport, commuting and mode choice

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

907 Addressing the public transport ridership / coverage dilemma in small cities: a spatial approach / Dr. Nadia Giuffrida, University of Catania, Italy

927 Gamification and engagement of tourists and residents in public transportation exploiting location-based technologies / Mr. Bruno Cardoso, Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

934 Inferring commuting routes and transportation modes from call detail records / Prof. Carlos Bento, Center for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra, Portugal

935 Matching users´ expectations in school public behavior: where are we in public transport? / Mrs. Mariza Queiroz, CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

1007 Spatiotemporal dynamics of public transport demand: a case study of Riga / Dr. Dmitry Pavlyuk, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia

1130 How perceptions, attitudes, perceived level of service and mode choice shape our value of time (VOT) / Dr. Marco De Angelis, University of Bologna, Italy

Poster presentations:
Public transport, commuting and mode choice

Time: 18.30–19.00

187 Affective interfaces: a conceptual framework of emotional design at mobile routing applications / Dr. Evangelos Bekiaris, Center of Research and Technology Hellas – Hellenic Institute of Transport, Greece

233 Is there a modal shift due to transport restrictions aimed at mitigating NO2 episodes? Case study of a commuting corridor in Madrid metropolitan area / Mr. Fernando Romero, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

339 Bus demand predictive analysis on Barcelona waterfront / Mr. Josep Mension, TMB, Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona, Spain

553 The new European sustainable urban mobility plan (SUMP) guidelines – moving towards implementation / Mrs. Susanne Böhler-Baedeker, Rupprecht Consult Forschung und Beratung GmbH, Germany

678 Cable cars for public transport: the transformation of La Paz and El Alto in Bolivia / Mr. Marc Funda, Doppelmayr, Austria

952 Investigating user preferences in night bus lines operation using conjoint analysis in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece / Dr. Dimitrios Nalmpantis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

1076 Estimating alighting stops and transfers from entry-only automatic fare collection: the case-study of Porto / Ms. Joana Hora, University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering, Portugal

1100 A study of the effects of individual and activity characteristics on the mode choice a case study of Budapest metropolitan region, Hungary / Mr. Al-Salih Wissam, BME University, Faculty of Transportation Engineering and Vehicle Engineering, Budapest, Hungary

Scientific and technical session 40:
Drivers’ and humans’ behaviour and their environment

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

85 Modeling driver behavior in interactions with other road users / Mr. Prateek Thalya, Veoneer Sweden AB, Sweden

216 Correlation of driver behaviour and fuel consumption using data from smartphones / Ms. Armira Kontaxi, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

246 Drowsiness analysis under driving simulation monitoring / Prof. Antonio Couto, University of Porto – Faculty of Engineering, Portugal

753 User-centered development of a driving simulator for training of emergency vehicle drivers and development of Emergency Vehicle Approaching messaging: a simulator study / Dr. Birgitta Thorslund, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, VTI, Sweden

1089 Interaction between cyclists, motor vehicles and infrastructure: a simulator study on cyclist strategy and behaviour at intersections / Dr. Birgitta Thorslund, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, VTI, Sweden

1115 Technical requirements for real-time traffic detection and dynamic infrastructure measures for safer behaviour / Mr. Moritz Berghaus, RWTH Aachen University – Institute of Highway Engineering, Germany

Poster presentations:
Drivers’ and humans’ behaviour and their environment

Time: 18.30–19.00

280 Effectiveness evaluation of section speed control in Czech motorway work zones / Dr. Jiri Ambros, CDV – Transport Research Centre, Czech Republic

318 Cycling under the influence of alcohol and drugs: current situation and risks / Ms. Alexandra Laiou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

325 Advanced driver monitoring using smartphone applications: the BeSmart project / Mr. Apostolos Ziakopoulos, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

637 Analysis of the impact of night time driving to drivers’ behavior in rural roads through a driving simulator experiment / Dr. Dimosthenis Pavlou, National Technical University of Athens, Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering, Greece

638 Visibility requirements at intersections: a comparison of capabilities of human drivers and autonomous vehicles / Ms. Zsofia Magyari, University of Gyor, Hungary

668 Driver feedback during naturalistic driving experiments: a review of types, methods and future challenges / Dr. Petros Fortsakis, OSeven Single Member Private Company, Greece

702 Driver’s involvement and traffic offences by gender and age group in two-passenger car collisions in Spain / Dr. Blanca Arenas-Ramírez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / INSIA – Instituto Universitario de Investigación del automóvil Francisco Aparicio Izquierdo, Spain

807 Guidelines for the assessment of mobile phone use in traffic / Ms. Ingrid Van Schagen, SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands

810 Naturalistic study of motorcycle training in France: educational content and practices of post-licensing courses / Dr. Samuel Aupetit, ERGO-CENTRE, France

Scientific and technical session 33:
Aviation – market and techonology trends

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

45 Intermodal connection management with passengers‘ trajectories / Dr. Erik Grunewald, DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany

173 Does innovation give incentives to innovate in air transport? / Dr. Chantal Roucolle, ENAC & Université de Toulouse, France

357 Forecasts of future scenarios for airport noise based on collection and processing of web data / Dr. Michele De Gennaro, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH, Austria

481 Modelling sustainability futures for aviation: How much can evolutionary technology roadmaps and sustainable fuel solutions contribute? / Dr. Antoine Habersetzer, Bauhaus Luftfahrt e.V., Germany

936 Internal versus external European air market realities: The competitive divide / Dr. Darren Ellis, Cranfield University, United Kingdom

955 Experimental and numerical analysis of a novel Wing-in-Ground vehicle / Mr. Martijn van Sluis, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

Poster presentations:
Aviation – market and technology trends 

Time: 18.30–19.00

358 Disruptive and sustainable innovation at airports: the case of hydrogen / Dr. Isabelle Laplace, ENAC, Université de Toulouse, France

703 SAFEMODE – strengthening synergies between aviation and maritime in the area of human factors towards achieving more efficient and resilient modes of transportation / Prof. Osman Turan, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom

813 Impact assessment of EU funded research projects: trends in aviation transport / Dr. Afroditi Anagnostopoulou, Hellenic Institute of Transport, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece

817 On the use of value of information for optimal sensor configuration / Mr. Sergio Cantero-Chinchilla, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

1024 Sloshing wing dynamics – project overview / Mr. Francesco Gambioli, Airbus Operations Ltd, United Kingdom

1124 Drones assisting both intelligent transport systems and road weather forecast / Mr. Kari Mäenpää, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland