InTraDE project final workshop. December 4-5th, 2014. Lille

Regional, National and European institutions, industry, research department, universities, development agencies, and other interested organisations, can discover an integrated concept of a technological innovation allowing the regional ports improving optimally their logistic operations, with respect to the environment and the safety, during the transport in confined spaces across the North West Europe Region. Debates, discussions and presentations are planned during this event around the impacts of the innovation on the social and economic development introduced from the regional ports.

InTraDE (Intelligent Transportation for Dynamic Environment) contributes in designing a new concept of Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles, able to handle and routing autonomously the freight transport in confined spaces of regional ports from North West Europe. The technological challenge issued from InTraDE consists on proposing a safe, clean and efficient transport system which can easily be adapted to the existing port infrastructure, using different piloting modes. The aim is to improve significantly the traffic flow and the port logistics using sustainable solutions. InTraDE is the visible example of applied research for the interest of regional development.

Program

--> Agenda of 4th Dec. 2014 : Final Conference

8:30 Registration, Polytech Lille Hall

9:00 Welcome (Amphitheater Migeon) Mr. M. Benmerikhi, Project Coordinator, LAGIS-Polytech Lille, University of Lille1 (France)

9:10 Short Speech , Pr O. Colot, Vice-Director of LAGIS Lab, University of Lille1 (France).

9:15 InTraDE: innovative challenge 2009-2015 Pr. R. Merzouki, Project Manager, LAGIS-Polytech Lille, University of Lille1 (France).

10:15 Break , Polytech Lille Hall

10:30 Round Table:

    10:05 Intelligent Transport for Port Logistics Development13 Pr. D. Gattuso, Univ. Reggio Calabria, Italy.

    Modernisation of the port Logistics Capt. R. Bodineau, CMA-CGM Group, France.

    10:45 Break (Polytech Lille Hall)

    Intelligent Vehicle: new concept for traffic improvement Dr. J. Ibañez-Guzmán, Renault group, France.

    Intelligent Transport seen as System of Systems Pr. M. Jamshidi, University of San Antonio, Texas, USA.

    Place of Technological Innovation in the Programme INTERREG NWE Mr. R. Louwers, programme director INTERREG IVB NWE

11:30 Questions from the audience

12:00 InTraDE’s Partnership

13:00 Buffet Lunch: Room ‘Pasteur’

14:30 RobuTAINER’s autonomous vehicle demonstration

16:00 Break

16:30 LAGIS Lab. visit

17:30 End of the Conference

19:30 Diner

--> Agenda of 5th Dec. 2014 : Workshop

8:30 Welcom: Polytech Lille Hall

9:00 Session 1: Port Logistics (Amphitheater Migeon), chair: Pr. D. Gattuso, Univ. Reggio Calabria, Italy

9:40 Poster Session, chair: Dr. B. Conrard, LAGIS-Polytech Lille, University of Lille1 (France)

10:20 Break

10:30 Session 2: System of Intelligent Systems (Amphitheater Migeon), chair: Pr. B. Ould-Bouamama, LAGIS-Polytech Lille, University of Lille1 (France)

    " Functionnal Modeling and Analysis for Intelligent Autonomous Vehicle ", Armand Toguyeni, Ecole Centrale of Lille , France

    " Navigation for Intelligent Autonomous Vehicle ", Maan El-Najjar El-Badaoui, LAGIS-University of Lille 1, France

    " Real-Time Simulation for management of IAVs' ", Blaise Conrard, LAGIS-University of Lille 1, France

11:30 Session 3: System of Intelligent Systems (Amphitheater Migeon), chair: Pr. M. Jamshidi, University of San Antonio, Texas, USA.

12:50 Lunch: Sully Restaurant

14:00 Session 4: Traffic Management for ports Logistics (Amphitheater Migeon), chair: Dr. Z. Yang, University of Liverpool (UK)

14:45 Session 5: Control and Monitoring of Intelligent Systems (Amphitheater Migeon), chair: Dr. W. Wang, NTU, Singapore

15:30 Break

16:45 Best Contributions awards

16:00 End of the workshop