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Gulf Traffic 2013


“Bringing the industry together, the Gulf Traffic Conference is another stepping stone to help achieve a safer and more efficient road network in the region”


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE DAY 2: INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS 9:00am–10:00am Registration & Coffee


10:00am–10:05am Chairman’s Welcoming Remarks Bristow joined Transport for London (TfL) as Head of Real Time Operations in 2006 and appointed Director of Traffic in 2007. He has 25 years in a variety of logistical and transport related appointments and has tremendous experience in ITS practices. Alan Bristow, Director of Traffic, Transport for London, UK


10:05am–10:30am Presentation: Using ITS to Improve Customer Experience of Door-to-Door Multimode Journeys


10:30am–11:00am Presentation: ITS Project Planning Paul is heading the ITS Masterplan for Ashghal, Qatar Paul Glover, General Manager, Gannett Fleming WLL, Qatar


11:00am–11:30am Presentation: The Implementation and Challenges of an Urban Traffic Management Centre Tim Piper, Department of Transport, UAE


11:30am–12:00pm ITS Best Practice: Hi-tech Road Maintenance Operations Tim Bowen, Executive Director, Costain PLC, UAE


12:00pm–1:15pm Lunch and networking


1:15pm–1:45pm Panel Discussion: What Lies Ahead for the Region? This session will include both panelist and audience participation in discussing ITS concerns and potential attributes to current and future development.


Moderated by: Alan Bristow Panelists: Ian Machen, Associate Director–Middle East & India, ATKINS, UAE Dr. Ibrahim M. El Sanhouri, Transportation Planning Manager, Parsons, UAE Pete Dodds, Head of Intelligent Transportation Systems–Middle East, AECOM, UAE Engineer Ibrahim Yousif Ramel, CEO Saaed for Traffic Systems, UAE


1:45pm–2.15pm A Masdar Institute Case Study Dr. Amro M. Farid, Assistant Professor–Engineering Systems & Management, Research Affiliate–MIT Technology Development, Masdar Institute, UAE


2:15pm–2:45pm Joint Presentation: Implementing a Co-operative Mobility and Traffic Management System in Dammam Nick Cohn, Head of Business Development, TomTom’s Traffic unit, KSA Saad AlMubayedh, CEO THTC, UAE Eng. Emad J. AlSahan, Director of Studies & Design Department, Eastern Province Municipality, KSA


2:45pm–3:15pm Presentation: Using Smart City Technology to Manage Traffic Emissions


3:15pm–3:45pm Presentation: Emerging Technologies And The Future Of ITS: Trends In Technology Integration And Prospects For The Next 10 Years Alan Stevens, Chief Scientist, TRL, UK


the rail, road and transport industry in the Middle East. Plus, H3B Media’s Broadcast Services Division will be producing video show daily news pro- grammes from the event so to make sure your announcements and product launches reaches its intended audience, contact Thinking Highways editor Kevin Borras at kevin@h3bm.com.


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 Lauren McDermott is Marketing Executive at Informa Exhibitions


lauren.mcdermott@informa.com


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