FORUMS

Programme THNS 2019
Le forum THNS 2019 intitulé "villes intelligentes et systèmes de transports durables" s’est déroulé du 4 au 8 novembre 2019 entre Lyon, Versailles, Paris et Valenciennes.

Politiques publiques / gouvernance
06-11-2019 Transport Intelligent : Gouvernance et Déploiements  
Le professeur PAN Haixiao est directeur des études de transport urbain au département de planification urbaine à l’Université de Tongji à Shanghai et directeur d’IVM Chine. La cosmologie traditionnelle (...)  Suite
07-11-2019 La délégation bretonne rencontre la délégation chinoise par visioconférence  
Robert Jestin : Le programme d’expérimentation de Redon, qui a été labellisé porte sur le territoire de Redon Agglomération qui est une intercommunalité de 60 000 habitants qui fait partie de 2 Régions (...)  Suite
07-11-2019 Association mondiale de la route  
C’est Mr Robin SEBILLE, secrétaire général adjoint de l’Association, qui effectue la présentation en remplacement de Mr Mallejacq, secrétaire général de l’Association. Créée en 1909 pour l’organisation du (...)  Suite
Véhicules électriques autonomes et connectés
07-11-2019 Les ITS s’adaptent à la complexité des défis de l’automatisation du système infrastructures-véhicules- usagers de la route  
Gérard SEGARRA est le fondateur et le directeur de VICI (Vehicle Infrastructure Cooperatives Innovations). Il a réalisé un exposé sur les changements et les ruptures technologiques et sociales dans (...)  Suite
Développement durable, GES, environnement
07-11-2019 Adaptation au développement de la mobilité durable : tendance et formation  
Kaisheng LIU est co-fondateur et président de l’AFCDUD (Association Franco-Chinoise du Développement Urbain Durable) depuis 2008. Il est impliqué dans les projets de villes intelligentes, durables et (...)  Suite
Covoiturage /autopartage
06-11-2019 Politiques d’incitation au covoiturage. Expérimentations (2017-2018 et 2019) en Ile-de-France  
Dany NGUYEN-LUONG est directeur du Département Mobilité et Transports à L’Institut Paris Region. La Région Ile-de-France a une population de 12 millions d’habitants dont 6,1 millions d’actifs. Ce (...)  Suite
Présentations
Program
Smart transport : policy and practice in China   

Professor PAN is Director of Land Use-Transport Studies, Department of Urban Planning, Tongji University, Shanghai and Director of IVM China.
PAN Haixiao is one of China’s leading researchers in urban land use and transport planning. He has published several books and numerous articles in this area. In addition, he has been involved in many urban planning projects and transport planning studies commissioned by local governments,including Transport and Towns Development in Shanghai Region, Shanghai 2010 Expo Transport Management Framework (funded by Shanghai Municipal Government), Metro Transport and Urban Spatial Structure (commissioned by China Nature Science Foundation), and Urban Spatial Strategy toward Low Carbon City. Professor PAN earned his Ph.D. in Engineering from Shanghai JiaoTong University in 1989.

An analysis on the development of information and communication technology in traffic management, public transport and shared mobility service in China. Today autonomous driving technology is a (...)  Suite
Welcome in France !  

Jean-François JANIN is since 2017 Chairman of URBA 2000, Association created in 2003 as a governmental project to study, through concrete large scale experiments, the effects of new technologies on the day to day life of inhabitants of French territories.
After 30 years of exponential evolutions of the “new technologies”, the pertinent dimensions of the “territories” has been considerably enlarged for questions of energy, ecology and digital transitions, but local pollution, decentralized production of energy as well as quality of education, human relations and health remains a local question which is clearly linked to the density of people living in a walking distance.
The role of local public bodies to find the way towards a sustainable development in spite of the complexity generated by technologies is ever growing. As adviser to the territorial managers, URBA 2000 try to help them to build a consistent strategy and create regular exchange relations with other territories to exchange best practice and risks to avoid.

During his professional life, he was successively :
- Engineer in state administration for environment in Paris (1974-1976) and for industrial development, security-safety and innovation in industry in Clermont-Ferrand (1977-1986)
- CEO of the Chamber of commerce and industry of LILLE (1987-1996)
- Head of ITS Task force in the Ministry in charge of Transports (1997-2016)

He is graduated of Ecole Polytechnique (1969), ENPC (1974), Paris Political Sciences Institute (1974)

As cochairman of the THNS Forum, I am very glad to welcome you in Lyon, Versailles, Paris and Valenciennes for the THNS 2019. I wish you a pleasant journey in these cities where you will see (...)  Suite
Vehicle occupancy sensor fosters carpooling infrastrustures  

Alexis BACELAR, CEREMA
- Since 1st January 2015 Project manager in mobility and safety : evaluation of reserved lanes and occupancy sensors. Involvement in writing various guides with the aim of improving the efficiency of the transport system and increasing the occupation of vehicles with the prospect of environmental gains.
- March 2003 Engineer in traffic management at CERTU in Lyon. Studies in traffic
- December 2014 management. Tests of dynamic equipment (new sensors, variable message signs) and new technologies in the data transmission. Head of different projects concerning urban mobility, new traffic sensors development, setting-up of new variable message signs.
- September 1997 Researcher in public lighting at CETE Normandie-Centre in Rouen.
- February 2003 Research in visibility models, influence of lighting on safety of road users, influence of fog, new materials to improve road legibility and to do energy savings.

This study reports the first European evaluation of a vehicle occupancy sensor on a high traffic highway. Until 2013, no road side control system was able to detect occupants in vehicles with the (...)  Suite
Example of Sino-French technical cooperation (logistics)  

- Graduate of Ecole polytechnique and Mines ParisTech (Top 1, France)
- High official in French Ministries of Industry, European affairs, Agriculture, Ecology, Transport
- Director - French national railways (SNCF) – 10 years
- Deputy CEO - French rail network (RFF) – 14 years
- Inspector General near the Minister of Ecology and Transport – 7 years
- Founder of RedPanda Co.

RedPanda Co. seeks French or European high-level consultants requested by Chinese companies. Management consulting only : improvement & development of industrial operations mainly. An example (...)  Suite
Mobility as a Service in France and Europe : benchmark and climate impacts  

As a public works engineer, Laurent Chevereau has been working for 15 years on transport supply data. He is currently leading Cerema’s activities in the field of mobility as a service (MaaS).
He began his career by carrying out modeling and assessment studies about transport projects before becoming Cerema’s referent on transport supply data and multimodal information.
As an expert, he contributes to the national working groups initiated by Minister Elisabeth Borne in 2018 on data and MaaS, working groups on the National Access Point, working groups with regions about multimodal information ans MaaS, and represents state services in open data events.
function : MaaS expert (anglais) / Directeur d’études "Mobilité servicielle" (français)
company : Cerema

A lot of MaaS projects are on going, and some are already proposed to users. Most of them have a full integration for public transport, and multimodal information for all other modes, but some (...)  Suite
Smart deliveries  

Christine SOLNON, Associate Professor, LIRIS Laboratory

Smart cities are equipped with sensors which monitor many different physical conditions (such as temperature, sound, or traffic speed). These sensor networks generate huge data flows which are (...)  Suite
Vehicle routing problem for City Logistics systems  

Mohamad HOBBALLAH, Post-Doctoral Researcher, City Lab

City logistics deals with the logistics and transportation activities in urban areas, and it requires the active involvement of both public and private actors. In the years to come, a vast (...)  Suite
Stability measures to re-optimise the inventory routing problem under parameters uncertainties  

Khaled HADJ-HAMOU, Professor, DISP Laboratory

We consider the inventory routing problem (IRP) when facing a variety of uncertainties (demands, travel times). Re-optimisation, i.e. recalculating a new schedule when new data appears, is one (...)  Suite
VEDECOM : the laboratory for the vehicle of tomorrow   

Philippe WATTEAU, CEO, VEDECOM

The VEDECOM Institute for Energy Transition was founded in 2014 as an unprecedented collaboration between automotive and aerospace companies, mobility ecosystem infrastructure and service (...)  Suite
Car sharing in Paris Region : efficiency of financial incentives  

Mr Dany Nguyen-Luong manages currently the Department Mobility and Transports (team of 14 people) of Institute Paris Region. He has worked for 20 years on transport modelling and economic assessment of transport projects. He has extended his expertise on land use-transport integrated modelling and agent-based modelling, and has conducted research on modernization of household travel surveys. More recently he was involved in new researches on new mobility (ridesharing, carsharing, transport on-demand, MaaS, autonomous vehicles). Mr. Nguyen-Luong graduated as civil engineer from Ecole nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (France) and he got also a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University Paris-Dauphine (France). He is also a senior fellow from the Johns Hopkins’ University in Baltimore.

The results of an experimentation conducted by Ile-de-France Mobility, the Transport Authority will be presented. In Paris-Île-de-France Region (12 M people, 12 000 sq km), the last known figure (...)  Suite
The autonomous vehicle : what are we talking about ?   

Researcher, Director of the Driving Delegation & Connectivity programme, VEDECOM
Guillaume Bresson has PhD in Engineering Sciences from the Institut Pascal (Blaise Pascal University, Clermont-Ferrand), a Master’s Degree in Robotics and Perception and a Master’s Degree in Engineering. He is working on perception for ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems). His research interests revolve around SLAM (Simltaneous Localization And Mapping) techniques and collaborative approaches for localization purposes. He previously worked at the INRIA (the French national research institute for the digital sciences).

What are we really talking about with the autonomous vehicle ? Why are there five stages of autonomy ? At what time scale will any of these stages (from level 1 of simple driving assistance to (...)  Suite
The view from the autonomous vehicle   

Project manager at the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition, Marc Desportes is a former student of the Ecole polytechnique, a Ponts et Chaussées engineer and a doctor of urban planning. He spent more than fifteen years of experience in project management for prestigious projects, after ten years as director of planning and urban development for local authorities. He is the author of several books in the field of development, urban planning and landscape.

In the near future, the autonomous vehicle (AV) is likely to affect mobility, economics, industry, employment, insurance policy and, of course, infrastructures. More specifically, among the many (...)  Suite
Tech for tech or tech for good ? Disrupting, for whom and why ?   

Jean-Pierre Orfeuil, Civil Engineer and Doctor of Statistics, directed Space and Mobility Economics Division at INRETS (which became IFSTTAR) before joining the École d’Urbanisme de Paris at the University of Paris East, where he is professor emeritus. He has studied mobility through the lens of economic, financial, social, environmental, urban and territorial challenges. Author of numerous books on these issues, he has been working with the City on the Move Institute (or IVM in French, and now City On The Move-VEDECOM Institute) since its inception.

Autonomous vehicles, whatever their disruptive potential, will not be designing a new world on a blank sheet of paper. Jean-Pierre Orfeuil will lay out the possibilities of revolution or (...)  Suite
Last mile mobilities : state of the art and new developments  

Michel PARENT is currently the president of AutoKAB, a new company specialized in the automation of vehicle fleets. This company is a spin-off from the vehicle automation research team from INRIA that he created in 1991. This team focuses on research and development of information and communication technologies for road transport and in particular on fully automated vehicles (the cybercars). He is considered as the “father” of the cybercar concept (in 1991 !) and he was the coordinator of the European Project CyberCars between 2001 and 2004 and several follow-up project.
Before his positions at INRIA, Michel Parent has spent half of his time in research and academia at such places as Stanford University and MIT in the USA and INRIA in France, and the other half in the robotics industry. He was the president of the French Robotics Association between 1974 and 1979. He is the author of several books on robotics, vision and intelligent vehicles, and numerous publications and patents.
Michel Parent has an engineering degree from the French Aeronautics School (ENSAE), a Masters degree in Operation Research and a Ph.D. in Computer Science, both from Case Western Reserve University, USA.

It is now widely accepted that in large conurbations, sustainable mobility has to be offered by a combination of high speed, high capacity transport such as suburban trains, metros, tramways, (...)  Suite
Disruptive interactions road infrastructure - automated vehicles  

- 17 years (1967 – 1984) in Philips Group : SODERN (test of neutronic sources and neutronic detectors), PHILIPS DATA SYSTEM (development of mini computers), LEP (PHD Thesis work- computer network distributed control).
- 30 years (1984 – 2014) as R&D Engineer in RENAULT.
- Funding and managing VICI (Vehicle – Infrastructure Cooperative Innovations) from March 2014.
Currently :
- Partner of PAC V2X project,
- Member of the STF 565 (Specialist Task Force financed by the European Commission for the protection of VRU (Vulnerable Road Users)).
- Convenor of the CEN TC 226 WG12 (Road Infrastructure – Automated vehicle interactions).
- Assistance to public transportation department for SCOOP, C-ROAD, IN DID European research projects.

The automated vehicle deployment will be a long and critical process due to the complexity of terrestrial environment, evolving weather conditions and the long cohabitation with human driven (...)  Suite
Passenger and vehicle network traffic modeling on the metropolitan public transport  

Fabien LEURENT, professor of Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, is senior researcher at the City Mobility Transport Laboratory (LVMT). His research interest include the systems analysis of transportation modes and services (road networks, car-based modes including shared services, transit networks), the mathematical modeling of systems of supply and demand taking place in a territory, their technical-economic analysis and the statistical estimation of mobility behaviors and spatial patterns on the basis of diverse data sources. He leads the ENPC-IDFM Chair on Urban Mobility and has served for 10 years as ENPC pilot of the ParisTech-Vinci Chair on the Ecodesign of buildings and infrastructure.

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Artificial intelligence transportation demand analysis ; Technical and economic model of motor vehicle flow in France : Prospect of management strategy  

Sheng LI, M.Eng in Intelligent Transport Systems of ENPC, is research engineer at Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (ENPC), after several years as traffic study analyst in a consultancy firm. At ENPC he takes part to the analysis and modeling of mobility systems, especially for the development of STEM (Strategic Technical-Economic Model) and in traffic studies, from semantic development (addressing multimodality and environmental impacts) to application to the Paris region case, passing by software development.

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Artificial intelligence transportation demand analysis ; Technical and economic model of motor vehicle flow in France : Prospect of management strategy  

Danyang SUN is currently a doctoral student of the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech in the group of Professor Fabien Leurent in LVMT. His PhD research is aimed at charactering mobility behaviors and spatial structures and relationships on the basis of FCD and data mining techniques. He got his MSc degree in Traffic Engineering at University of Alberta in Canada and BSc degree in Transportation Engineering at Southeast University in China. His research interests are traffic safety evaluation, smart mobility and modern big data.

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Artificial intelligence transportation demand analysis ; Technical and economic model of motor vehicle flow in France : Prospect of management strategy  

Xiaoyan XIE, PhD, is a research associate of the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech in the group of Professor Fabien Leurent at LVMT. Her research interests are public transport and urban mobility management to develop new transit strategies or systems, and to enhance their level of service and quality of service based on Modern Data. She takes part to teaching in ENPC and supervises research assistants and interns. She is also scientific committee member in different institutions, conferences, etc.

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Artificial intelligence transportation demand analysis ; Technical and economic model of motor vehicle flow in France : Prospect of management strategy  

Biao YIN is currently research associate at the City Mobility Transport Laboratory (LVMT) in Ecole des Ponts ParisTech (ENPC). He obtained his Ph.D. in Automation from Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard, France, in 2015. Then, as post-doctoral research associate he took part to the ANR-VITE project and the Geolytics project at ENPC-LVMT (from 2016 to spring 2018), before joining the Engineering Division of New York University Abu Dhabi for the rest of 2018. His research interests include data science for mobility analysis, land-use and transport integration modeling, adaptive traffic signal control, connected and automated vehicle control, and artificial intelligent algorithms.

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Role and action of PIARC, in particular for deployment on ITS, possible cooperation after the Abu Dhabi World Congress 2019  

As Secretary General of the World Road Association (PIARC), Patrick Malléjacq’s mission is to provide support to road administrations and professionals across the globe. PIARC focuses on identifying and disseminating best practice between all PIARC members, with a focus on low- and middle-income countries, publishing the Routes/Roads magazine, implementing an ambitious knowledge-sharing programme on all road-related topics, with the publication of a report per month and the organisation of a seminar every six weeks on average.

A key current project is the organisation of the forthcoming 26th World Road Congress (Abu Dhabi, 6-10 October 2019).

Patrick is a French civil servant (« ingenieur en chef des Ponts, des eaux et des forêts »). Before joining PIARC, he was instrumental in organising the Transport Research Arena conference in Paris in 2014 and in developing EU-sponsored research programmes and projects at IFSTTAR-France. He held positions at SETRA-France and at the French ministry of transport, mainly on road safety and ITS issues, and led « EasyWay » implementation projects. Patrick was posted at the French Embassy in Tokyo and started his career at IGN, the French national mapping institute.

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Adapting to the sustainable mobility development : the trend and the training  

As co-founder and president of the AFCDUD (NGO) since 2008, Dr. K.S. Liu has been :

- Enthusiastic and dedicated to the vision and the cause of Ecological Civilization, GreenTech and Public Welfare for Urban Sustainable Development ; and promoting with his team the concept of Smart City Green Life (Ville Intelligente Vie Ecologique — VIVE) facing to the challenge of new urbanization !
- Promoting technically & politically the development of an Urban Comprehensive System platform (Transport / Mobility, Energy, Environment, Urban planning, Civil Engineering, ICT, Smart City, etc.) and the development of a Think Tank Platform (Experts/consultants, Wiki, et.) with Global System Approach.

For the above main objectives, organizing more than 60 conferences, 12 bilateral meetings, 18 technical visits, 10 survey/interviews, 5 innovation working groups, 3 training courses, etc. collaborating with + 150 partnaires over + 25 cities, benefiting more than 4,000 people.

This presentation begins with a brief review of the trends in urban travel sustainability in China and Europe, green, digital, autonomous, smart, open, shared and coordinated. To understand these (...)  Suite