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An exhibition will be held during the 44th ASECAP Days at the conference venue, the InterContinental Madrid Hotel, and it will be located on the first floor of the hotel. All coffee breaks will take place in the exhibition area.


For the first time ever in ASECAP Days’ history, a visit of the exhibition area will take place on Monday 23 May from 19.30 to 20.30, just before the Welcome Reception. This tour will be a great opportunity for delegates to meet with the exhibitors who may wish to present their latest products and services to the audience.

Seopan is the Spanish public infrastructure contractor and concessionaire companies Association, founded in 1956 and representing 69 companies and 12 holdings, 8 of them are the major Spanish quoted companies of infrastructures.

SEOPAN members’ turnover in 2015 reached 74,000 M€, representing 6.8% of the GDP, with a high level of internationalization of their activity (86% international) and a portfolio of projects near 88,000 M€.

In SEOPAN are present 95% of Spanish construction exports with a permanent presence in 88 countries.

SEOPAN groups 27 private toll concession companies operating 3,404 km and reaching a total revenue of 1,709 million euros. It is an active member of IBTTA and ASECAP.

More about SEOPAN: www.seopan.es

Siemens Electronic Tolling provides On Board Unit (OBU) and back-office (proxy) solutions for satellite-based tolling for all road categories. Tolling data is securely stored and transferred to the toll operator, ensuring the highest possible tolling revenue at modest operational costs. Updates of maps and software are performed over the air without any interruption to the tolling application. The Siemens OBU supports both satellite-based and microwave-based tolling for virtually all European electronic tolling schemes, using the latest generation of GNSS and DSRC technologies. Siemens also offers integrated enforcement solutions using state-of-the-art camera, laser, and microwave technologies – both on motorways and on secondary road networks – to ensure maximum compliance to an electronic tolling scheme. With more than 15 years of experience in developing and implementing these tolling technologies, Siemens is a reliable partner in providing new solutions in time, budget and quality.

More about SIEMENS: www.siemens.com/tolling


European GNSS: Galileo and EGNOS for next generation Road Charging

Nation-wide schemes based on Satellite Navigation are operational in Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland and Hungary –and under implementation in Belgium, offering innovative flexibility for large and free-flow tolling domains. When applied to specific vehicle type in large road networks, or when tolling systems are extended to new road classes, the cost-benefit advantages of satellite navigation road charging are clear.

Galileo constellation provides for free and in full compatibility with GPS, increased availability in difficult environments, better accuracy and reliability. In addition, EGNOS also provides integrity information on GPS signals.

More about European GNSS Agency: www.gsa.europa.eu

Discover the last report on « GNSS Adoption for Road User Charging in Europe » download it here free of charge.

Globalvia is a worldwide concession leader, ranked the 2nd by number of concessions according to specialised infrastructure publication Public Work Financing.

The company, established in 2007 by Bankia and FCC, manages 28 public-private partnership (PPP) projects in seven different countries (Chile, Costa Rica, Mexico, Ireland, Andorra, Portugal and Spain), including highways and railways.

In 2011 and 2013, three relevant pension funds, PGGM (Netherlands), OP Trust (Canada) and USS (United Kingdom) joined the Globalvia project and agreed to invest up to €750 million through a convertible instrument. This funding has been used to meet requirements of the existing Globalvia portfolio and reinforce and consolidate our leading position.

We have increased our participation in key assets, like Ruta 27 in San José de Costa Rica and Ruta de los Pantanos in Madrid, and acquired new assets such as 87% of Metro de Sevilla and up to 44% of the two tramway lines in Barcelona. These acquisitions, added to the existing rail investments, have positioned Globalvia as the leading name in privately managed rail passenger transport, with eight assets and more than 54 million passengers annually served.

More about Globalvia: www.globalvia.com

Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems (ITS) in the segments of toll collection, city access control and parking space management, traffic management, traffic monitoring, utility vehicle monitoring, electronic vehicle registration and V2X cooperative systems. The end-to-end solutions of Kapsch TrafficCom cover the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the installation and operation of systems, all from a single source. The core business comprises the development, installation and operation of electronic toll collection and traffic management systems.

Reference projects in 44 countries on all continents have made Kapsch TrafficCom a globally recognized ITS provider. As part of the Kapsch Group, an Austrian family-owned technology group founded in 1892, Kapsch TrafficCom is headquartered in Vienna, Austria, and has subsidiaries and branches in 33 countries. It has also been listed since 2007 on the Vienna Stock Exchange (KTCG) and earned revenues of EUR 456 million in the 2014/15 fiscal year with over 3,500 employees.

More about Kapsch: www.kapsch.net

MARKWAY ® by MATI, innovation in highway marking

MATI Industries and Technologies introduces MARKWAY ®, an innovation in highway safety.

MARKWAY ® is a secure and economical cone transfer device for road marking.

Simple, versatile, stand-alone, the MARKWAY ® provides you with:

• More security

• Improved working conditions

• Higher efficiency

Felix Julien designed the MARKWAY ®

Felix is the CEO of MATI, a French SME in the industrial monitoring and control system sector which developed and manufactures the MARKWAY ®

MarkWay ® has been awarded several times for its innovation

More about the MarkWay ®: www.markway.com

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Abertis, world leader in toll road management

Abertis is the world’s leading toll road operator, and it is also a prominent player in the sector of terrestrial and satellite telecommunications infrastructure. In Spain, autopistas is the first toll road operator by managed kilometres: 1,559 kilometers that cover more than 60% of all the country's toll roads. Abertis also has a minority stake in several toll roads concessions with more than 200 kilometres (Autema, Ciralsa, Henarsa and Accesos de Madrid).

More about Abertis: www.abertis.com

More about Autopistas: www.autopistas.com

Cintra is one of the leading private developers of transport infrastructure in the world in projects and investment volume. With a total investment of 18,560 million euros, Cintra manages 26 concessions in 9 countries with a total of 1,865 kilometers. These assets include 407 ETR, North Tarrant Express and Ausol.

More about Cintra: www.cintra.es

G.E.A. is a leader for Toll Collection Systems design, manufacturing and installation. G.E.A. ’s expertise ranges from conventional turnkey toll solutions including fully automated systems to Multi-Lane Free-Flow systems.

G.E.A. has developed a full range of 5.8GHz ETC antennas and OBUs and is also able to deliver ISO1800-6C RFID systems.Most French motorway companies operate our equipment and more than 12,000 G.E.A. lanes are in operation worldwide, in more than 36 countries.

G.E.A. can offer equipment, software and turnkey systems.

More about G.E.A.: www.gea.fr

The general objective of ECOROADS is to examine an harmonised interpretation of the two Directives 2008/96/EC (on road infrastructure safety management) and 2004/54/EC (on tunnels), which do not foresee the same Road Safety Audits/Inspections to be performed on open roads and in tunnels.

More about ECOROADS: www.ecoroadsproject.eu

Founded in 2009 as a technology spin-off of the Atlantia Group, Autostrade Tech inherited expertise in R&D and in the integration of hardware and software systems. The company's goal is to capitalise on its technical expertise in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) in terms of management, know-how and development, especially for toll collection, safety and road network management systems.

More about Autostrade Tech: www.autostradetech.it

InVision Consulting SA offers:

• Innovative Motorway Business Analytics Suite and Support Tools for Motorway and Road Operators to increase customer satisfaction, improve efficiency and cost reduction.

• Smart Tools for Road and Bridge Operators, including Traffic Management Operations and Maintenance Planning and Monitoring.

• Consulting for Business Modeling/KPI’s , Revenue Strategy and Monitoring, Customer Analysis, Commercial Forecasting, Process Engineering, ITS, Concession/PPP Support.

• Independent Data Auditing and Survey Services. More than 200 Projects with Public and Private Clients, among them more than 10 ASECAP Members.

More about InVision Consulting: www.invision.gr

World Highways is the leading international magazine for road planning, design, construction, financing and management. First published in 1991, World Highways offers Global, European and Emergent editions, and each issue includes exclusive information provided by the International Road Federation.

More about World Highways: www.worldhighways.com

ITS International is the leading international magazine for traffic management and urban mobility. It is the widest circulating, most requested and best read magazine in the ITS industry, covering the full range of surface transportation, including vehicular, mass transit & light rail.

More about ITS International: www.itsinternational.com

leStrade , the most authoritative Italian magazine for the technical information dedicated to transport infrastructures, in over-115-year history has consolidated its role as communication tool of the main Institutions, starting with the Ministry of Infrastructure, the National Road Body (ANAS) and the Italian Association of Motorways Concessionaires (AISCAT). leStrade - published by La Fiaccola - proposes dossiers dealing with Tunnels and Bridges. The other sections are: Infrastructures & Mobility, Maintenance & Innovation, Materials & Technologies, Machinery & Equipment.

More about leStrade: www.lestradeweb.com

Thinking Highways, launched in 2006, is the intelligent choice in advanced traffic management and ITS magazines. Its innovative approach to providing an unbiased voice for the industry, together with its consistent editorial team and strong branding, has seen the magazine become the most influential publication in the marketplace, read by almost 19,000 transport professionals worldwide. Thinking Highways’ roster of publications includes Thinking Cities,THx and Tolling Review.

More about Thinking Highways: www.thinkinghighways.com

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