ITS Hungary - FRAME NEXT Workshop

Helyszín: 
Makadám Klub (1024 Budapest, Lövőház u. 37.)
Kezdődátum: 
péntek, március 9, 2018 - 11:00
Végdátum: 
péntek, március 9, 2018 - 15:00
Program: 

Tisztelt Kolléga! 

 

AZ ITS Hungary Egyesület ezúton meghívja a 2018.03.09-én, megrendezésre kerülő FRAME NEXT projekttel kapcsolatos workshopra.  

Az esemény célja a projekt ismertetése mellett, hogy egy jó hangulatú, interaktív, szakértői workshop keretein belül közösen gondolkozzunk az európai ITS kerettervről, és azon felhasználói igényekről, amelyek mentén a terv továbbfejlesztése történik majd.  

Az igények, észrevételek felmérése érdekében tematikus beszélgetést tervezünk, ehhez kapcsolódóan készül egy kérdőív is melyet legkésőbb 2018.03.05-én előzetesen megküldünk.  

A rendezvény helyszíne: Makadám Klub (1024 Budapest, Lövőház u. 37.) 

A rendezvény időpontja: 2018.03.09. 11:00-15:00 

Kérem, részvételi szándékát vagy a témában kijelölt szakértő nevét és elérhetőségét szíveskedjen visszajelezni a cef@kozut.hu email címen, 2018.03.06. kedd munkaidő végéig.

 

Megtisztelő részvételére számítunk! 

Üdvözlettel:

Szilvai József Attila

 

ITS Hungary elnök

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www.frame-next.eu

FRAME NEXT OVERVIEW

Project title European Framework Architecture Supported by EUROCITIES

Project acronym FRAME NEXT for Intelligent Transport Services

Project duration 48 months | 06.2017 – 06.2021 Budget: 1.5 MEuro

FRAME NEXT OBJECTIVE

FRAME NEXT is a project that extends the European ITS Framework Architecture, now normally known as the FRAME Architecture, with the activities of the different member states in Europe, within the priority areas of the ITS directive (Directive 2010/40/EU) and with the methodologies and tools that make a modern ITS architecture attractive and appealing for its users.

The result of the project will be an ITS environment for Europe which emphasizes conditions for system interoperability and supports transport policy goals of seamless multimodal mobility, enhanced road safety and lower emissions. In order to take into account current developments this environment will be able to change and adapt to the respective needs.

Changing partnerships along the ITS value chain are needed to deliver new services and applications to end-users as well as to public and private organizations. FRAME NEXT will contribute to a facilitated establishment of new cooperation’s.

FRAME NEXT PARTNERS

Coordinated by AustriaTech, partners from ten EU Member States and Norway contribute their current developments and best practices and share their experiences with other stakeholders from public authorities and industry.

www.frame-next.eu

FRAME NEXT WORKPLAN

The FRAME NEXT project plans three main phases of work: State-of-the-Art Analysis, Evolution Cycle and Dissemination and Outreach.

There have been a number of ITS architecture initiatives and implementations in Europe and worldwide. The FRAME NEXT approach to be followed will entail the critical assessment of existing ITS architectures and their implementations, taking into account local, regional and national constraints. The analysis includes ITS developments such as Cooperative-ITS and connected mobility, real-time traffic and travel information, traffic management, safe and secure truck parking information and eCall. Special attention is given to the user needs of stakeholders and specific user groups.

The evolution cycle includes an agile development of improved tools enabling the easy and quick development of a variety of ITS implementations, particularly those in the ITS Directive. Special attention will be given to high usability and functionality for end users of the FRAME Architecture. Each development step includes the improvement of the end-user tools for use with the FRAME Architecture making use of the feedback and requests received.

FRAME NEXT RESULTS

Create a Common Pan-European ITS Architecture that includes necessary priorities/services for ITS in Europe - This will be done by extending and enhancing the existing FRAME Architecture so that it reflects recent developments in ITS and the connected mobility domain as well as the obligations of the ITS Directive and addresses the barriers to Urban ITS deployment. In the FRAME Architecture it will be particularly important to enable the identification of the functional ITS service chains that link the collection of raw data through its processing to ITS services till the service distribution to end users based on standardized interfaces and protocols between actors and stakeholders. Each version of the FRAME Architecture and the reference implementations will be published on the FRAME web-site – www.frame-next.eu.

Provide advice, support and training – Experience from the previous FRAME projects has shown that support for ITS architecture creation and use is requested by member states and projects. The support mainly comprises assistance and formal training for ITS architecture at various levels. In addition, the promotion and the use of ITS architectures is supported by a wide range of dissemination activities from presentations and papers to specific online webinars for targeted user groups. Access to ITS architecture support will be provided via a “help desk” on the FRAME web-site.

 

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