Joint ITU/UNECE Workshop on “Intelligent Transport Systems in Emerging Markets

Joint ITU/UNECE Workshop on “Intelligent Transport Systems in Emerging Markets – drivers for safe and sustainable growth” (Geneva, Switzerland, 27 June…

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Joint ITU/UNECE Workshop on “Intelligent Transport Systems in Emerging Markets – drivers for safe and sustainable growth” (Geneva, Switzerland, 27 June 2013) ITS in emerging markets: opportunities and challenges Richard Harris, Solution Director, Xerox Geneva, Switzerland, 27 June 2013 Transport Policy and Business drivers Authorities  Safety  Quality of life  Efficiency  Health  Mobility  Inclusion  Environment  Economy  Accessibility Business  Stakeholders  Compliance  Competitiveness  Service levels  Scalability  Security/Safety  Loyalty Intelligent Transport Systems  Safer  Surer  Smoother  Smarter  Simpler  Support Policy  Enabled by technology  Capture benefits  Work differently ITS Development  2634 BC Chinese Chariot  1760 H4 Longitude (John Harrison)  1844 Samuel Morse  1857 Elisha Graves Otis  1912 New York Heat wave (1200 horses)  1973 Job Klijnhout (AID)  1983 Korean Airlines (269 killed) Capture once use many Satisfying expectations Useful information depends on: Data sources Data processing Data management Dissemination Operational agreements Standards Level of service Accuracy Timeliness Confidence Data Collection Traffic control and information Public Transport information and payment Smart Logistics Road tolls, Congestion or Road User Charging Changing situation  Twitter in India, heavy rain in Mumbai (July 2009)  Facebook, volcanic ash flight disruption (April 2010)  Australian floods (January 2011)  Crowd sourcing and smart phones Directions forward  Establish a transport and ITS strategy  Organise to serve the traveller  Set and pursue policy and business outcomes  Robust vehicle owner databases and legal procedures  Automate to reduce fraud  Make transactions secure, fair, simple and transparent  Exploit new thinking (social media, PPP, smart phones)  Capitalise on technology (cloud, shared services, SaaS)  Cooperate across jurisdictions to save money and improve efficiency Thank you for your interest Richard Harris Solution Director, Xerox International Director ITS UK Secretary World Road Association Technical Committee on Network Operations Xerox: A Leader in Transportation 15 Million roadway violations processed 4 Billion dollars in toll collected annually for 1100 Enforcement our clients Cameras 35 #1 40 Countries use Worldwide rank Percent of the Xerox solutions in transportation busiest airports in transportation in the USA rely services to on Xerox parking governments technology 37 Billion dollars public transport fare transactions 50 Percent of all US electronic toll collection 100 Million plus public transport processed tickets processed processed annually daily
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