Once again the programme is packed full of what modellers are interested in with up to 3 full parallel modelling streams. There are also joint sessions with other programme committees on particular subjects, bringing you the latest research, studies, guidelines, thinking, ideas on transport modelling methods and their application to real-world problems.
The Intelligent Mobility, Management and Operations (IMMO) stream provides a home for research and practitioners dealing with issues at the leading edge of Intelligent Mobility and ITS. ITS is playing an increasing role in dealing with everyday mobility and the consequences it has on accessibility, safety and liveability.
The Freight and Logistics committee of the European Transport Conference concerns actual issues such as freight and the environment, impact of strategic logistics on freight systems, freight policy development, city logistics, trans-national networks, air cargo transport, ports and maritime policy.
Join us for this year's exciting programme at ETC 2017, w...
tftp welcome a guest blog from industry professional, Philippe Perret MSc MCIHT who is the Associate Director and Head of Analytics at Citilogik Ltd. Philippe delivers a session on 'Mobile data in Transport Planning' in the popular 'Managing Transport Modelling' training course, which runs every year in various UK locations.
The Scottish Transport Applications & Research (STAR) Conference is the leading annual event disseminating and debating innovation in Scottish Transport. The aims of the STAR are, "to encourage researchers and practitioners with an interest in Scottish transport to present and debate recent transport research and applications."
Philippe Perret, Associate Director at CitiLogik Ltd will be joined by Dan Tomlinson from WSP at this year's 'Managing Transport Modelling' training course run by tftp, Training for Transportation professionals.
Phillippe and Dan will be hosting one of the nine sessions on the 7th June at the WSP offices in Birmingham. Their session will focus on 'Da...