ITS 2020 set of technical visits involves a multimodality perspective and wishes to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and to highlight the potential for inspiration.
Join the tours to experience and get to know state of the art ITS solutions for road, rail and maritime modes in Lisbon, together with day-to-day urban mobility ITS services.
|May 18th||May 19th||May 20th|
|European Maritime Safety Agency||Lisbon Maritime Port – Traffic Control Centre||Lisbon Operational Control Centre|
|BRISA Operational Control Centre (Highway Operator)||REFER Operational Control Centre (Train Public Company)||CARRIS Operational Control Centre (Bus Public Company)|
|European Maritime Safety Agency|
|BRISA Operational Control Centre (Highway Operator)|
|Lisbon Maritime Port – Traffic Control Centre|
|REFER Operational Control Centre (Train Public Company)|
|Lisbon Operational Control Centre|
|CARRIS Operational Control Centre (Bus Public Company)|
Registration to the visits is mandatory.
Max participants per visit – 50
Price – 20,00 euro
Time bus leaves – 09:30
Time visits start – 10:00
Duration – 3 hours
Time of return – 13:30
Time bus leaves – 14:30
Time visits start – 15:00
Duration – 3 hours
Time of return – 18:30
Maritime information systems at the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA)
The visit to EMSA will allow participants to get to know the different information systems managed by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) based in Lisbon, amongst which SafeSeaNet, CleanSeaNet, LRIT, MAR-ICE.
EMSA operates and manages a suite of systems which receive, process, and distribute information on vessel traffic reports (LRIT, SafeSeaNet), satellite monitoring (CleanSeaNet), and Port State Control (Thetis). The services produced by these systems are shared with Member States and the Commission, to supplement and enhance national capacity for vessel traffic monitoring, Port State Control, and maritime pollution preparedness and response.
EMSA has developed a platform to ensure the performance, availability and reliability of all the maritime information systems it hosts. This platform can also integrate and combine different types of data, including data provided by the end user, to produce customised services tailored to user requirements. These services are used by European authorities to obtain a clearer picture of a broad range of activities in the maritime domain, building a common view across EU maritime interests. Enabling governmental and institutional organisations to make use of EMSA’s systems avoids duplication of effort, overlapping infrastructures and unnecessary expenditure
Duration – Half day, Bus in Lisbon (Cais do Sodré)
Traffic Management Centre – BRISA
The BRISA Central Traffic Management Centre ensures the centralisation of relief operations, protection, patrolling, assistance and information to users in the extensive highway network concession.
During the technical visit, several innovations and telematics systems will be displayed. The telematic equipment installed in the Brisa network is the result of constant research and adaptation to the needs of the activity. Created in 2014, the central TMC operates with 16 other TMC more operational and local traffic management centres distributed along the country ensuring the traffic safety and efficiency along the entire Brisa network.
This constant flow of information allows to provide a better service to the customer and maintain the conditions of circulation. In addition to the technical equipment, Brisa also has 71 specific and operational vehicles that circulate in the Brisa network. The continuous communication of these vehicles and GPS control allows the central TMC to distribute resources effectively. One of those vehicles is included below as a possible in site demonstration
Duration – Half day, Bus from Lisbon to Carcavelos
Lisbon Maritime Port – Traffic Control Centre
The Maritime Traffic Control Center, VTS – Lisboa, manages the navigation within the area of jurisdiction of the Administration of the Port of Lisbon. and approaching it, up to a radius of 16.5 nautical miles, centered on the VTS – Lisbon.
Duration – Half day, Bus in Lisbon (Algés)
REFER Operational Control Centre (Train Public Company)
Network Operations Centre (NOC) – Infraestruturas de Portugal – Portuguese Infrastructures (IP)
Infraestruturas de Portugal is the public company that merges road and railway infrastructures, which are managed by a single company under a joint, integrated and complementary strategy. Therefore, the technical visit will allow participants to get to know the Network Operations Centre (NOC), which is the Management and Supervision Centre for the networks and systems that make up the IP system. Created in 2002, the NOC is in continuous operation 24h x 7 days, with constant monitoring of networks and systems and detection of anomalous situations, including video surveillance of Critical Technical Areas.
Duration – Half day, Bus in Lisbon (Oriente)
Lisbon Operational Control Centre
The municipal Traffic Management Centre ensures the centralisation of relief operations, protection, patrolling, assistance and information to Lisbon’s traffic.
Duration – Half day, Bus in Lisbon (Marquês de Pombal)
CARRIS Operational Control Centre (Bus Public Company)
This Traffic Command Centre is a technologically advanced operations’ hub, involving a myriad of controllers and inspectors who manage over 700 vehicles operating in Lisbon. In addition, it is also responsible for incident management,
technical supervision, inspection of BUS corridors and quality assessment of the service.
Duration – Half day, Bus in Lisbon (Miraflores)
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