International Governmental Cooperation for Deployment of ITS Cooperative System
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011: 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
S220B (Orange County Convention Center )
Takahiro Ueno, Chief, Road Bureau, Road Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism
Hironao Kawashima, Emeritus Professor , Keio University
R&D of ITS cooperative systems have been promoted by both the public and private sectors in various regions of the world.
ITS cooperative systems will move from the R&D stage to the deployment stage to provide a variety of services in the future.
In the deployment stage, the various road traffic data, including probe data are expected to be publicized and shared openly by the both public and private sector services related to road transportation.
In this session, speakers invited from government organizations and private sectors in Japan, the US and Europe will exchange opinions about governmental level international cooperation in the future deployment of ITS cooperative systems, mainly about the current situations on the collection of road traffic data and policies related to its application by both public services and private businesses. They will also discuss about the potential of sharing those data among these parties, and the challenges to overcome.