• Transport Systems Telematics Conference

    March 21-24, 2018, Poland

Report on the TST’17

Report on the TST’17

For many years we have been gathering on the “Transport Systems Telematics” Conference in a group of people interested in the development of transport Telematics. The conference enables exchanging experience and learning the most recent technologies and trends in development directions of intelligent transport systems. The conference is related to the ITS development programme in the area of all modes of transport infrastructure.

The term intelligent transportation systems refers to innovative technological and organisational solutions applied in transportation which facilitate the functioning of transport infrastructure and which improve the safety. Currently, due to the dynamic development of the transportation system, some adverse phenomena are becoming more intensive. There are modern traffic management systems being implemented, which bring many benefits that improve the quality of transportation. Intelligent transportation systems contribute to the optimisation of transport mobility and improvement of the quality of transport services, which have positive economic effects, as well as decreasing the environmental impact and improving road safety.

The conference was inaugurated in 2010, this year we have met for the 17th time. The Polish Association of Transport Telematics was the main Conference organiser. The conference took place under the patronage of the Minister of Infrastructure and Construction and of the Marshal of the Silesian Voivodeship, as well as of the Transport Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Eleven scientific journals from the field of transport and the Springer publishing house and a multimedia publisher Wykładnia provided a media patronage over the Conference.

We started the conference with a plenary session in the Advanced Information Technology Centre of the University of Economics in Katowice, integrating with a series of year-long celebrations of the university’s 80th anniversary.

Nearly 100 papers were submitted for the conference, from the area of all modes of transport infrastructure, which were presented – apart from the plenary session – in 6 scientific sessions, 2 poster sessions and 2 sessions of scientific announcements.

In particular, the papers were related to:
– Architecture of Intelligent Transport Systems
– Strategy for introducing transport telematics solutions
– Telematic services
– Control and management systems in transport, and
– Safety of transport telematics systems

The conference was aimed at familiarising the participants with the most recent trends in transport improvements, resulting from the current world achievements of Telematics. An extensive exchange of experience, and also of transport-related practitioners and scientists opinions, took place. The attendance at the conference was a good opportunity to present the hitherto achievements and to outline the directions for the transport Telematics development.

We invite to the TST conference in 2018, which will be held between 21 and 24 March 2018.

Prof. J. Mikulski

About TST’17

About TST'17

Themes of the conference
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 managem,ent systems
– Telematics services
– Equipping vehicles in telematics means
– Safety of transport telematics systems

 

Organizer:
– Polish Association of Transport Telematics

Co-organizers:
– Transport Committee, Polish Academy of Sciences
– University of Economics in Katowice
– Katowice School of Technology

Co-operating Universities:
– Gdynia Maritime University
– Maritime University of Szczecin
– University of Bielsko-Biała
– Silesian University of Technology
– Warsaw University of Technology
– Wrocław University of Technology
– University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
– University of Lodz
– WSB Schools of Banking in Wrocław

Co-operating Institutions:
– Ministry of Infrastructure and Construction
– General Directorate for National Roads and Highways
– Railway Institute
– Motor Transport Institute
– Polish Observatory of Road Safety
– 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
– Educational and Scientific Center of Railway Transport
– m/d/r/k Trusted Advisers Group sp z o.o.

Media Patronage:
– Communications in Computer and Information Science; Springer Verlag
Archives of Transport System Telematics
Inteligentne Miasta i Regiony
– Drogownictwo
– Przegląd Komunikacyjny
– Raport Kolejowy
– Transport i Komunikacja
– Transport Miejski i Regionalny
– Współczesne Systemy Transportowe
– Bezpieczeństwo w Logistyce
– TSL manager
– Polska Truck & Business

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Honourable Patronage:

                    ERTICO    Network of National ITS Associations     PIIT      kapsch2                                 its            

Honorary Committee

Tatiana Corejová University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Milan Dado University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Andrzej Grzybowski Katowice School of Technology
Tomasz Kamiński ITS Polska
Barbara Kos University of Economics in Katowice
Tatiana Kováčiková ERA Chair for ITS, Zilina, Slovak Republic
Anna Križanova University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Zbigniew Łukasik University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
Laimuté Sladkeviciene
Vilnius College of Technologies and Design, Lithuania
Juraj Spalek University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Wojciech Wawrzyński Warsaw University of Technology, Transport Committee,
Polish Academy of Sciences
Roman Srp Network of National ITS Associations
Miroslav Svitek Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Wojciech Ślączka Maritime University of Szczecin
Robert Tomanek University of Economics in Katowice

 


Komitet naukowy

J.Mikulski – Przewodniczący    Polish Association of Transport Telematics
Markus Bregulla Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Andrzej Bujak WSB Schools of Banking in Wroclaw
Mihaela Bukljaš-Skocibušic University of Zagreb, Croatia
Adriano da Silva Carvalho University of Porto, Portugal
Marcin Chrzan University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
Ron van Duin Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Maria Franeková University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Guido Gentile Universita di Roma „La Sapienza”, Italy
 Peter Groumpos University of Patras, Greece
 Stanisław Iwan Maritime University of Szczecin
 Marianna Jacyna Warsaw University of Technology
 Ales Janota University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Jacek Januszewski Gdynia Maritime University
Ulrich Jumar Instit. f. Automation & Kommunikation, Germany
Alica Kalašová University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Remigiusz Kozłowski University of Lodz
Jürgen Krimmling Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Otmar Krettek RWTH Aachen, Emeritus Professor, Germany
Mirosław Luft University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
Dariusz Laskowski Military University of Technology
Andrzej Lewiński University of Technology and Humanities in Radom
Andrzej Maczyński University of Bielsko-Biała
Radovan Madlenák University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Maria Michałowska University of Economics in Katowice
Dragan Peraković University of Zagreb, Croatia
Zbigniew Pietrzykowski Maritime University of Szczecin
Adam Prokopowicz Instit. of Global Innovation, Economics & Logistics, USA
Karol Rástocný University of Zilina, Slovak Republic
Mirosław Siergiejczyk Warsaw University of Technology
Jacek Skorupski Warsaw University of Technology
Leszek Smolarek Gdynia Maritime University
Janusz Szpytko AGH University of Science and Technology
Russell Thompson University of Melbourne, Australia
Rafael Toledo-Moreo Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, Spain
Yuri A. Vershurin Coventry University, UK
Ryszard Wawruch Gdynia Maritime University
Adam Weintrit Gdynia Maritime University
Elżbieta Załoga University of Szczecin
Juraj Ždánsky University of Zilina, Slovak Republic

 

 

Contact

Contact

Contact:
Polish Association of Transport Telematics

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

Conference Bank Account:

Account Name: 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: TST2017 + name of the payer