About TST’18

About TST'18


XVIII conference ”Transport Systems Telematics” TST’18 will take place between 20 and 24 March 2018 as already the 18th international scientific-technical meeting, during which specific achievements and practical applications of telematic systems will be presented. The TST conference enables exchanging experience and learning the most recent technologies and trends in development directions of intelligent transport systems in the area of all modes of transport infrastructure.

The term of intelligent transport systems refers to innovative technological and organisational solutions in transport, facilitating the transport infrastructure operation and improving safety of traffic participants. Intelligent transport systems contribute to the optimisation of transport mobility and to the improving in the transport services quality, which in turn translates into positive economic effects, reduced environmental impact and improved traffic safety.

The conference will be aimed at familiarising the participants with the most recent trends in transport improvements, resulting from the current world achievements of telematics. It will enable a broad exchange of experience and also will facilitate exchange of opinion between practitioners and scientists related to transport.

The conference organisers invite to cooperate everybody, who would like to present their achievements in the fields related to the conference topics. The attendance at the conference will be a good opportunity to present the hitherto achievements and to outline the directions for the transport telematics development.

Conference subjects are connected with generally understood telematics and its use in transport. Papers, in particular, shall be devoted to the following:
– Strategies of implementing transport telematics solutions
– Transport economy and policy
– Intelligent transport systems and their architecture
– Transport steering and management systems
– Telematics services
– Equipping vehicles in telematics means
– Safety of transport telematics systems

– Polish Association of Transport Telematics
at the partnership of the City of Cracow

– Andrzej Adamczyk – Ministry of Infrastructure
– Jacek Krupa – Marshal of the Małopolska Voivodeship
– Transport Committee, Polish Academy of Sciences

– “Wieliczka” Salt Mine

– Gdynia Maritime University
– Maritime University of Szczecin
– University of Bielsko-Biała
– Warsaw University of Technology
– Wrocław University of Science and Technology
– University of Economics in Katowice
– University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
– University of Lodz
– WSB Schools of Banking in Wrocław
– Katowice School of Technology

– Ministry of Infrastructure
– General Directorate for National Roads and Highways
– Railway Institute
– Motor Transport Institute
– ITS Polska Intelligent Transportation Systems Association
– Polish Association of Engineers and Technicians of Transportation
– Polish Association of Electrical Engineers
– Polish Association of Metallurgical Engineers and Technicians
– UNESCO Chair for Science, Technology and Engineering Education at the AGH

Communications in Computer and Information Science; Springer Verlag
Archives of Transport Systems Telematics
Inteligentne Miasta i Regiony
– Drogownictwo
– Przegląd Komunikacyjny
– Raport Kolejowy
– Transport i Komunikacja
– Transport Miejski i Regionalny
– Współczesne Systemy Transportowe
– Multimedialne Wydawnictwo Naukowe Wykładnia
– Truck&Business Polska


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T. Corejová – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
A. Grzybowski – Katowice School of Technology
Z. Łukasik – University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
P. Poita – Brest Technical University, Republic of Belarus
L. Sladkeviciene – Vilnius College of Technologies and Design, Lithuania
J. Spalek – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
W. Wawrzyński – Warsaw University of Technology, Transport Committee, Polish Academy of Sciences
R. Srp – Network of National ITS Associations, Brussels
W. Ślączka – Maritime University of Szczecin
M. Ślezak – Motor Transport Institute in Warsaw
R. Tomanek – University of Economics in Katowice
A. Żurkowski – The Railway Research Institute in Warsaw


Jerzy Mikulski (Chairman) – Polish Association of Transport Telematics
M. Bregulla – Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
A. Bujak – WSB Schools of Banking in Wroclaw
M. Bukljaš-Skocibušic – University of Zagreb, Croatia
F. Busch – Technische Universität München, Germany
A. da Silva Carvalho – University of Porto, Portugal
M. Chrzan – University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
R. van Duin – Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
M. Franeková – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
G. Gentile – Universita di Roma „La Sapienza”, Italy
M. Givoni – Tel-Aviv University, Israel
P. Groumpos – University of Patras, Greece
S. Iwan – Maritime University of Szczecin
M. Jacyna – Warsaw University of Technology
A. Janota – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
J. Januszewski – Gdynia Maritime University
U. Jumar – Instit. f. Automation & Kommunikation, Germany
A. Kalašová – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
R. Kozłowski – University of Lodz
J. Krimmling – Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
O. Krettek – RWTH Aachen, Emeritus Professor, Germany
M. Luft – University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
A. Lewinski – University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
A. Maczynski – University of Bielsko-Biała
M. Michałowska – University of Economics in Katowice
G. Nowacki – Military University of Technology in Warsaw
D. Perakovic – University of Zagreb, Croatia
Z. Pietrzykowski – Maritime University of Szczecin
A. Prokopowicz – Instit. of Global Innovation, Economics & Logistics, USA
C. Pronello – Politecnico di Torino, Italy
K. Rástocný – University of Zilina, Republic of Slovakia
M. Siergiejczyk – Warsaw University of Technology
J. Skorupski – Warsaw University of Technology
L. Smolarek – Gdynia Maritime University
J. Szpytko – AGH University of Science and Technology
R. Thompson – University of Melbourne, Australia
R. Toledo-Moreo – Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain
E. van Berkum – University of Twente, Netherlands
R. Wawruch – Gdynia Maritime University
A. Weintrit – Gdynia Maritime University
K. Wydro – Warsaw University College of Technology and Business, prof. em.
E. Załoga – University of Szczecin


Conference fee

The fee includes full participation in the conference with accommodation as well the cost of publishing the articles

Fee (Members of the Scientific Committee) 550 EUR
Fee (author, co-author/co-authors)
650 EUR
Fee (PhD students, as first authors)
550 EUR
Fee (accompanying person, participation without a lecture and without conference materials)
500 EUR
Single room surcharge 75 EUR
Each author / group of authors may submit maximum two lectures
Surcharge for extra article of the same author / group of authors 120 EUR
Fee for additional conference materials 75 EUR


Conference Bank Account:

Account Name: Polish Society of Transport Systems Telematics
(Polskie Stowarzyszenie Telematyki Transportu)
Account Number: PL 61 1940 1076 3028 5730 0000 0000
Bank: Credit Agricole Bank Polska S.A.
Swift Transfer Code: AGRIPLPR
Title of payment: TST2018 + name of the payer

Important dates

Important dates

Important dates

Abstracts until 15.12.2017
Initial  qualifying
until 31.12.2017
Full paper submission
until 31.01.2018
until 15.02.2018
Camera-ready versions
until 20.02.2018


Additional dates

Registration of applications with a lecture until 15.12.2017
Registration of applications without a lecture
until 04.03.2018
Payment of the conference fee until 15.02.2018
Information about qualifying for the regular/poster session
until 28.02.2018
Possible cancellation (in a written form) until 15.02.2018
Delivery of the presentation accompanying the lecture (obligatory)  until 04.03.2018
Delivery of the poster on the day of conference

5% discount on fees for participation with the payment until 15.01.2018


Registration form

Last name (required)

First name (required)

Degree (required)

Organisation (required)

Organisation tax id (required)

Address (required)

e-mail (required)

phone (required)

 Participation and paper presentation. I'm main author. Participation and paper presentation. I'm co-author (not presenting the paper) Participation and paper presentation. I'm PhD student or regular student and main author. Participation only. I'm not author or co-author.

 Additional person (the one who does not participate in the conference and does not receive any materials) Product presentation

Preliminary title

Hereby the author confirms that:

 the paper submitted has not been published before

 the material has been prepared in accordance with conference organisers instructions

 he/she is ready to cover the cost of additional pages printing

 automatically and free of charge he/she transfers (they transfer) all copyrights to publish and disseminate the materials submitted onto the conference organisers, provided that the materials are accepted for publication

 he/she authorises the conference organisers to edit the material submitted

additional comments

Form of the lecture

Form of the lecture

After registering, the authors shall send two half pages lecture summaries (not longer than one pages) in Polish and English (Polish version as a chance) – see summary template.
After receiving information about qualifying the lecture, the article (in English) is to be sent in an electronic form.
Recommended by conference organizers volume of the lecture – 15 pages.
Payment for additional pages (maximum of 4) is 75 EUR per 2 pages.
Lecture summaries will be published in conference materials (ISBN).
The qualified lectures will be printed after the conference in:

Springer Verlag „Communications in Computer and Information Science” (ISBN)
Journal “Archives of Transport System Telematics” (ISSN)

Assumed to be three independent reviews for each paper.
Contents of the lectures will not be published without conference payment and lecture during the conference.
The Organizers reserve the right to quality some of the lectures for the poster session.The sessions will be translated simulataneously into English.

Get Abstract template  – pdf file with enable save option (please use Acrobat Reader)
for example filled Abstract template

Get Article template

Get Presentation template
Get Poster template



http://fero.krakow.pl/wp-content/themes/theme1804/images/logo.png The conference will start at Tuesday, March 20th in Cracow. The conference will be held at the hotel FERO EXPRESS in Cracow (Bolesława Śmiałego Str. 60).

FERO EXPRESS HOTEL is a fully-equipped three-star object. The excellent location near the Krakow ring – A4, Balice Airport , easy access to City Centre, and a free parking at Hotel make it an ideal place for organized groups.

The organizers do not mediate hotel booking, before the conference.



Kopalnia Soli „Wieliczka”. Podziemne miasto.

Jest starsza od Zakazanego Miasta, Tadż Mahal oraz Machu Picchu. Istniała już wtedy, gdy Jagiełło gromił Krzyżaków pod Grunwaldem, Gutenberg eksperymentował z ruchomymi czcionkami, a Kolumb odbijał od brzegów Europy. Kopalnia Soli „Wieliczka” – liczy sobie ponad 700 lat. Kiedyś duma polskich królów, dziś zabytek z Listy UNESCO odwiedzany przez ponad 1,5 mln turystów rocznie.
O tym, że wielicką kopalnię warto zwiedzić, wiemy od… 600 lat. Jednym z pierwszych turystów był Mikołaj Kopernik. W kolejnych stuleciach podziemne szlaki przemierzały takie znakomitości jak Goethe, Staszic, Śniadecki, Chopin, Matejko, Piłsudski, Paderewski, Wojtyła. Nie stronią od kopalni współczesne sławy, gwiazdy ekranu – niejeden turysta przecierał oczy ze zdumienia, gdy wśród zwiedzających dostrzegł np. Benedicta Cumberbatcha (rewelacyjny Sherlock Holmes) czy Josha Hartnetta (sierżant Eversmann z „Helikoptera w ogniu”). Do pamiątkowej Księgi Zwiedzających wpisali się m.in. Roman Polański, Danny deVito, Stellan Skarsgård, Jim Carrey, Michael York.
Aby zrozumieć niesłabnący od wieków fenomen Kopalni Soli „Wieliczka”, koniecznie trzeba zobaczyć Trasę Turystyczną i znajdujące się na niej solankowe jeziora, majestatyczne drewniane obudowy, wreszcie olśniewającą kaplicę św. Kingi. Ci, którzy chcą na własnej skórze przekonać się, na czym polega praca w kopalni soli, powinni wyruszyć na Trasę Górniczą. Na najmłodszych czeka bajkowa kraina Solilandia.
Powszechnie wiadomo, że sól dodaje smaku. To jednak nie wszystkie zalety słonej przyprawy, która z powodzeniem bywa składnikiem kosmetyków, a także… lekarstwem. W wielickiej kopalni, na głębokości 135 m znajduje się uzdrowisko – nasycone solą powietrze przynosi ulgę m.in. astmatykom i alergikom.



Polish Association of Transport Telematics

Józefa Gallusa Str. 5/3
40-594 Katowice
e-mail: sekretariat@pstt.eu, jerzy.mikulski@pstt.eu
phone: +48 661 401 397
phone: +48 602 226 799

Conference Bank Account:

Account Name: Polish Association of Transport Telematics
Polskie Stowarzyszenie Telematyki Transportu
Account Number: PL 61 1940 1076 3028 5730 0000 0000
Bank: Credit Agricole Bank Polska S.A.
Swift Transfer Code: AGRIPLPR
Title of payment: TST2018 + name of the payer