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The first day of discussions (Monday 27 May) will be marked by subsequent plenary sessions with a full day of expert presentations followed by questions and answers on subjects falling under the responsability of ASECAP's different Permanent Committees (COPERs). On the second half-day (Tuesday 28 May), the various developments in the EU road transport sector will be examined from a truly political angle.

 

 
 

 

26 May / Sunday
Welcome Day
  10.00-19.00   Registration and distribution of congress papers
   
  16.00-18.00 ASECAP Steering Committee and General Assembly - ASECAP Members only
   
  20.00   Welcome Reception (walking dinner) - Venue: Valamar Lacroma Hotel

27 May / Monday
Technical Day
  08.00   Registration and distribution of congress papers
   
  09.00-09.30 Opening

Welcome address by:

K. Schierhackl, ASECAP President
K. Dionelis, ASECAP Secretary General
D. Gabelica, HUKA President
Z. Antesic, Croatian Deputy Minister of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure (TBC)
   
 09.30-10.30   ASECAP cooperation with key partners
    
 09.30-10.00 Implementation of Memorandum of Understanding between ASECAP and IBTTA: A joint tolling declaration

R. Horr, IBTTA 2013 President
K. Schierhackl, ASECAP President

 10.00-10.30 Implementation of Memorandum of Understanding between ASECAP and the European GNSS Agency: Task Force on GNSS tolling applications

F. Diani, European GNSS Agency
K. Dionelis, ASECAP Secretary General

  10.30-10.50
  Coffee break

 

  10.50-12.45   Technical Session n° 1: Road safety, security and sustainability
   

Moderator: M. Seddi (ASFA), COPER II chair

Presentations on road safety, security and sustainability, followed by Q & A

C. Ebli (Autostrada del Brennero) - Safety management in the daily operating activities of A22: not just a concessionary duty
F. Ollier (AREA) -
Winter viability: an innovative alternative to sea salt
S. Rodríguez (Abertis autopistas Espana) - Role of tolled motorways in increased safety performance: how to integrate road safety in the operation of tolled motorways
B. Volk (DARS) - Implementation of Directive 2004/54/EC on minimum safety requirements for tunnels in the Slovenian Motorway Network

Z. Denona - B. Huzjan & T. Matkovic (Rijeka-Zagreb Motorway PLC) - Impact of construction of Rijeka-Zagreb motorway as a dual carriageway to traffic safety imptovement
A. Hary (SANEF) - An energy positive exploitation building: the Reims A4 écopôle
C. Thomsen (Sund & Baelt) - Corporate Social responsibility in Sund & Baelt: an overview

   
  12.45 - 14.15   Lunch
   
  14.15 - 15.40   Technical Session n° 2: Intelligent Transport Systems
   

Moderator: M. Jandrisits (ASFINAG), COPER III chair

Presentations on ITS, followed by Q & A

M. Harrer (ASFINAG) - Are we ready for deployment of cooperative systems?
ASECAP COPER III
- EasyWay: Deployment Guidelines for the future implementation of technologies on the TERN
A. Fernandez-Wyttenbach (European GNSS Agency)
- Driving ITS innovation through GNSS
F. Pressi (Infoblu) - Floating Vehicle Data: the Infoblu solution for traffic monitoring
F. Rivey (SANEF) - Intelligent technologies for efficient management operations: what are the usages of Floating Car Data for a road operator
R. Veiga (Auto-Estradas do Atlântico) - The reality of Intelligent transport Systems on the APCAP network and its challenges

  15.40 - 16.00   Coffee break
   
  16.00 - 18.00   Technical Session n° 3: Tolling and concessions
   

Moderator: B. de la Fuente (ASETA), COPER I chair

Presentations on tolling and concessions, followed by Q & A

M. Blum (Toll Collect) - Flexibility and quality in network extension and in toll enforcement
D. Galletta (Autostrade Tech)
- Homologation and certification in EcoTaxe: how to tailor an EFC system
C. Boutin
(ASFA) -
The adossement, an efficient tool for sustainable mobility
B. Rossi (SANEF) - Guaranteeing optimal toll collection for infrastructure financing: the example of the Port Mann bridge in Vancouver
T. Eidsheim (Norvegfinans)
- Analyses of cost levels and possible measures

S. Rasmussen (Sund & Baelt) & B. Datler (ASFINAG)
- Results and experiences of the implementation of EasyGO
R. Fando (Ferrovial) - SATELISETM: The future platform of mobile tolling is here
V. Potapov (Avtodor) - State  Company "Russian Highways": new associate ember of ASECAP
C. Santaleza (BINA ISTRA d.d.) - Automatic tolling on the Istrian Y Motorway

  20.00   ASECAP DAYS Dinner – Venue: Dubrovnik islands cruise dinner

28 May / Tuesday
Political Day
  08.00   Registration and distribution of congress papers
   
  09.00-11.30
  Plenary Session: Is the crisis over? Road tolling as a key factor
  for green mobility leading to sustainable growth - priorities & key messages

Moderator: K. Schierhackl (ASFINAG/ASECAP)
C. Economou, Deputy Head of Unit "Land Transport", DG MOVE, European Commission
D. Gabelica, HUKA President
Ø Helleraker, NORVEGFINANS/ASECAP
J. Mesqui, ASFA/ASECAP
   
  11.30 - 11.50   Coffee break
   
  11.50 - 12.50   Stepwise implementation of the European Electronic System: REETS project

Moderator: K. Dionelis, ASECAP Secretary-General

H. Resch (ASFINAG), Brief introduction on REETS project prepation: state of play

K. Schierhackl (ASFINAG), ASECAP President
C. Economou, Deputy Head of Unit "Land Transport", DG MOVE, European Commission
J. Mesqui, ASFA/ASECAP

  12.50 - 13.05   Closing remarks and invitation to the 2014 ASECAP Days

K. Schierhackl, ASFINAG/ASECAP
A. Arnaoutis, TEO/ASECAP
   
  13.15 - 15.30   Lunch

 

 
 

Enjoy your first night in Dubrovnik at the Valamar Lacroma Hotel. Meet your fellow ASECAP participants and accompanying persons in a relaxing but luxury setting.

DRESS CODE: Smart Casual




Departure by coach from the Valamar Lacroma Hotel at 19:30
Departure from the city back to the Valamar Lacroma Hotel from 23:00
It is with great pleasure that ASECAP invites you to the ASECAP Days Dinner.
Dubrovnik is known to be one of the nicest coastal cities, surrounded by beautiful islands. What better way to discover the beautiful coastline than travelling on a ship? Enjoy the fantastic views with a great Croatian dinner and a selection of wines and beers while cruising along the coast.

DRESS CODE: informal

 

 

 
 








 

Two new elements are to be highlighted concerning the accompanying person's programme: Firstly, the cost of the lunches of Monday and Tuesday is now included in the fees. Accompanying persons will have their lunches with the delegates at the Congress venue (Valamar Lacroma Hotel). Secondly, the second 1/2 day Dubrovnik Tour on Monday 27 May is kept optional and is therefore excluded from the fees. However, as in the previous years, accommodation remains excluded from the fees.

Optional:

Half-day Dubrovnik City Immersion, Monday 27 May 2013, 9:00-14:00

Departure by coach from the Valamar Lacroma Hotel at 09:00
Departure by coach from the Pilar Gate in Old Town Dubrovnik at 12:30 and return to the Valamar Lacroma hotel.
The lunch will be served at the Valamar Lacroma hotel.

DRESS CODE for the Dubrovnik Tour: informal (also do not forget to wear good walking shoes)