PTV Group at ITS World Congress
Singapore, 21-25 October 2019

Meet us at booth #367 and let’s build a new future for your city

Looking for smart mobility solutions for your city? Our world-leading technology already optimizes the movement of people, goods and all modes of transport in 2,500 cities.

PTV Group plans and simulates transport systems, predicts and optimizes traffic, and manages dynamic traffic operations.

At our booth at ITS World Congress in Singapore, we will offer you solutions for road safety, reduction of air pollution, and creation of a balanced mobility ecosystem.

We have a limited number of FREE EXHIBITION PASSES, so you can meet with our PTV experts. Simply fill out the form and select options to get your free pass or SCHEDULE A PRIVATE MEETING with us.

Our contribution to the ITS World Congress program


Workshop:
"Orchestrating Mobility in Smart Cities"
organised by PTV Group

24 October, 2019
16:00 - 17:30
Room: 321

Moderator:
Paul Hutton, Hemming Group

Speakers:
Abbas Mohaddes, Econolite
Chong Lee, Volkswagen AG
Majid Sarvi, University of Melbourne
Martin Huber, BWVI Hamburg
Omid Ejtemai, PTV Group
Randy Iwasaki, CCTA

Congestion. Environmental impact. Road safety. Cities need a masterful orchestration of transport modes to deal with these pressing challenges. How can they make use of technological advancements and embrace multimodality? This workshop will present examples of progress and challenges from around the world, followed by a discussion with international experts and a networking opportunity.

Essential needs on Leadership Skills for Entrepreneurs within Youth Leadership Development Programme

19 October, 2019
15:20 - 15:45

Speakers:
Omid Ejtemai, PTV Group


AE03: Global Forum on MaaS

22 October, 2019
14:00 - 17:30
Room Nicoll 1

Speakers:
Paulo Humanes, PTV Group

The Global Forum explores how MaaS can enable greater and more efficient use of public and shared transport in cities with dense public transport landscapes.


SIS21: Using ITS to facilitate dynamic curb/city space allocation and pricing charging

22 October, 2019
16:00 - 17:30
Room 329

Moderator:
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting LLC

Speakers:
Gabriel Sanchez, PTV Group
Richard Easley, E-Squared Engineering
Zeina Nazer, University of Southampton

This session will explore the use of ITS to facilitate dynamic space allocation and pricing/charging.


SIS25: Efficient and sustainable operation of commercial vehicles on highways

23 October, 2019
9:00 - 10:30
Room 327

Moderator:
Olivier Quoy, Atlandes

Speakers:
Bernard Jacob, IFSTTAR
Chris Koniditsiotis, Transport Certification Australia
Bernard Jacob, IFSTTAR
Marko Jandrisits, ASFINAG/ASECAR
Martin Knopp, USDOT FHWA
Paulo Humanes, PTV Group,
Ryan Klomp, Transport Canada

Road freight transport faces several challenges, such as becoming more environment-friendly, managing growing flow of heavy vehicles, an ageing road infrastructure, and financing the maintenance and operation of the infrastructure. This panel discussion will review best practices from around the world and identify the most promising solutions.


SIS35: Smart Multimodal Urban Freight and Logistics

23 October, 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Room Nicoll 2

Moderator:
Laetitia Dablanc, IFSTTAR

Speakers:
Andre Romano Alho, MIT Singapore
Jee-Sun LEE, Korea Transport Institute
Marcel Huschebeck, PTV Group
Matthias Winkenbach, MIT Boston

This session will present how ITS are changing urban freight operations and policies. Technological developments facilitate the optimization of urban supply chains, especially the Internet of Things and tracking & tracing, automation and connectivity, e-mobility, and on-demand delivery services.


AP05: Testing and validating autonomous vehicles using traffic simulation

23 October, 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Room Nicoll 2

Moderator:
Omid Ejtemai, PTV Group

Speakers:
Andrey Berdichevskiy, Deloitte China
Niels de Boer, Nanyang
Thomas Benz, PTV Group
Yuichi Kitagawa, Toyota Motor Corporation

Virtual traffic simulations accelerate the development of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), before they are tested in real traffic. This event will focus on advanced traffic simulation models, including those of individual human drivers, cyclists, pedestrians and different CAV models.

SIS33: Mobility-as-a-Service Beyond Western Cities: Rural Areas, Developing Countries and Megacities

23 October, 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Room 330

Moderator:
Zeljko Jeftic, ERTICO ITS EUROPE

Speakers:
Carolin Capone, GIZ
Romain Pison, World Bank
So Morita, Tokyu corporation
Valerie Lefler, Feonix Mobility Rising
Paulo Humanes, PTV Group

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) works well in Western cities. This session explores the applicability of MaaS to the rest of the world: rural areas, developing countries and megacities in developing countries. The base conditions and needs are clearly different, but could the MaaS concept be modified and transferred to ease challenges in those areas? And if so, how?

ES07: Moments of truth in MaaS implementation

24 October, 2019
9:00 - 10:30
Room Nicoll 3

Moderator:
Brian Negus, ITS Australia

Speakers:
Christof Schminke, Trafi
Colin Lim, mobilityX
Devrim Kara, PTV Group
Neil Pedersen, TRB

MaaS truly makes mobility faster, cheaper and better available to commuters at a click of a button. However, implementation of MaaS involves creating an entire new eco-system. What makes MaaS solutions attractive, and how can they be adopted in different parts of the world?

SIS42: MaaS: Should mobility choices, city goals and private sector opportunities be balanced?

24 October, 2019
9:00 - 10:30
Room 328

Moderator:
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting LLC

Speakers:
Carol Kuester, Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Gabriel Sanchez, PTV Group
Sami Sahala, Forum Virium, City of Helsinki
Yosuke Hidaka, MaaS Tech Japan

With the focus of Mobility as a Service being primarily on customers, how can a city or region be sure that customers will make mobility choices that meet the city’s goals? This session will discuss the positive and negative aspects of this balance and whether such a balance should be considered in the future.

SIS 48: Towards a sustainable technology driven port city

24 October, 2019
11:00 - 12:30
Room 328

Moderator:
Angelos Amditis, ICCS

Speakers:
Alexio Picco, CIRCLE S.p.A
Alexandr Tardo, CNIT
Marcel Huschebeck, PTV Group
Meng Lu, Dynniq
Phanthian Zuesongdham, Hamburg Port Authority
Sebe Vogel, Rijkswaterstaat
Tiam Her Tan, PSA International

Ports play a substantial role in the European economy. The constant port development makes it necessary to shift economies and social structures towards more sustainable models. The goal of this session is to bring ports and public authorities together, to identify means that will facilitate the transition of ports to a more sustainable profile.

SIS 54: Towards an optimized mobility system: integrating traffic management and MaaS

24 October, 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Room 329

Moderator:
Johanna Tzanidaki , ERTICO - ITS Europe

Speakers:
Carol Schweiger, Schweiger Consulting LLC
Edoardo Felici, Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management
Gabriel Sanchez, PTV Group
Mohit Sindhwani, Quantum Inventions
Piia Karjalainen, ERTICO - ITS Europe
Stephanie Leonard, TomTom

This session will explore how the Traffic Management 2.0 and MaaS concepts can support one another and enable better optimised mobility systems. In addition, the associated bottlenecks and enablers of building such synergies will be discussed, bringing a new perspective on MaaS and TM2.0.

Orchestrating mobility in Smart Cities

24 October, 2019
16:00 - 17:30
Room 321

Moderator:
Paul Hutton, Hemming Group

Speakers:
Abbas Mohaddes, Econolite
Chong Lee, Volkswagen AG
Majid Sarvi, University of Melbourne
Martin Huber, BWVI Hamburg
Omid Ejtemai, PTV Group
Randy Iwasaki, CCTA

Congestion. Environmental impact. Road safety. Cities need a masterful orchestration of transport modes to deal with these pressing challenges. How can they make use of technological advancements and embrace multimodality? This workshop will present examples of progress and challenges from around the world, followed by a discussion with international experts and a networking opportunity.

Meet PTV experts at the conference

Whether you'd like to join the conversation or ignite your own, our friendly team is here for you.

Paulo Humanes
VP Business Development & New Mobility

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Omid Ejtemai
Regional Managing Director
PTV Asia-Pacific

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Thomas Benz
Solution Director Automotive

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Gabriel Sanchez
Regional Managing Director
PTV America

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Andrea Petti
Regional Managing Director
PTV IMEA

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Chang Shen
Managing Director
PTV China

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Devrim Kara
Director
PTV UK & Ireland

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Marcel Huschebeck
Chief Portfolio Manager
Transport Policy & Research

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