When: 31 May 2018, 9:30 - 17:00 (Finnish time)
Where: Pikseli, Jämsänkatu 2, Helsinki
OECD/ITF and Trafi, the Finnish Transport Safety Agency, are inviting you to the seminar on HCT - Access, Monitoring, Compliance and Smart Mobility solutions. The seminar program consists of two thematic areas:
Selectively matching vehicle access to infrastructure, monitoring of weights and routes as well as compliance of regulations are crucial and important issues, when introducing HCT as an efficient and sustainable solution for road freight transport.
When opening a designated network for heavier and/or longer trucks, crucial questions are e.g how to
An additional issue is how to develop a legal framework for a vehicle-based telematics system for HCT and to use the system also for other urgent access applications as e.g. walking zones, environmental zones and road charging?
These issues are dealt with in the OECD/ITF working group on HCT, which will deliver a final report in June this year including a “package for policy makers”. This seminar is one of the WG´s activities.
Solutions from different countries, ongoing projects, research and pilots will be presented during the day. We will also hear about connected and autonomous vehicles, digitalization and news regarding HCT implementation.
09:30 Registration and coffee
10:00 Opening. Welcome speeches by:
13:30 Finland as a test bed for innovations
Corridor as a Service – smoother logistics in PPP collaboration
Noora Lähde, Chief Advisor, Trafi
GreenFlow – The Potential of connected trucks
Jukka-Pekka Alanissi, Operational Manager, Dynniq
Video for Reindeer Bell: https://youtu.be/BBIhlY_oAZw
Matti Seimola, key Account Manager, V-Traffic
Jaakko Ylinampa, Director, Centre for Economic, Development, Transport and Environment
Telematics for safer driving
Heikki Karintaus, CEO, Taipale Telematics
15:20 Coffee break
16:00 Panel discussion on challenges and solutions:
16:50 Wrap up
Noora Lähde and Jerker Sjögren
The seminar is free of charge.
Make your registration as soon as possible, but no later than 22 May.
If you have any questions concerning the seminar, please contact:
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