Programme DUF 2016 Dublin


DAY 1 – Tuesday 13 September 2016




Opening Plenary Session


  • Welcome by Irish host
  • Vinny Cahill – Dean of Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics and Science
  • Opening
  • Henk Jansma – Chair of DATEX II Steering Group
  • Key note speeches
    • Irish Ministry of Transport
    • Transport Infrastructure Ireland
    • European Commission
    • Pedro Barradas – Policy officer DG Mobility and Transport
    • CEDR
    • Pat Maher – Director Network Management CEDR
    • Industry
    • Hermann Meyer – CEO Ertico




DATEX II: Why, where and how? Plenary Session

Moderator: Herman Meyer, ERTICO


This session allows companies to present themselves and their relation to DATEX II and interact with potential clients like road authorities/operators. We would like to show DATEX II from the companies perspective. Why is it important for them? What do they do with DATEX II? What advantages and disadvantages do they see? What do they need in the field of DATEX II?

Program of the session

  • Introduction by the moderator
  • Statements on the role of DATEX II for the ITS industry
  • Short pitches by ITS companies on their ideas on the future and the role of DATEX II now and in the future: TomTom, HERE, German automotive industry, Dublin City Transport Authority

Questions from the audience and discussion


The NRA’s approach to the EU Delegated Acts Plenary Session


This session aims to show how DATEX II supports the Delegated Acts and in the end the road user.
We would like to show the European efforts where DATEX II is a tool to implement policy goals like the implementation of the ITS Directive and its delegated acts, the deployment corridors and the single points of access.

  • National Deployment of DATEX II in Norway - experiences and further plans
  • Kjersti Leiren Boag – Norwegian Public Roads Administration
  • EU delegated act deployments in Sweden
  • Jonas Jäderberg – Viati, Sweden
  • DATEX II profiling and testing in the context of the EC delegated regulation requirements
  • David Konig – AustriaTech, Austria
  • DATEX II Truck Parking from Scratch
  • Roland Ziegler/Jörg Dubbert – ave-web, Germany
  • SPA in The Netherlands
  • Tommy Delissen – National Datawarehouse for Trafficinformation, Netherlands
  • SRTI implementation by Rijkswaterstaat
  • Bard de Vries – Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands


End of day 1



Social Event: Diner in Trinity College


DAY 2 – Wednesday 14 September 2016


Technical Session: DATEX II in relation to Traffic management

  • DATEX enabling Traffic Management - Collaborating ITS Services
  • Fabrizio Paoletti, Italy
  • Operator actions: Management coordinated between partners
  • Olivier Perichon, France
  • Distributed Network Management with DATEX II
  • Ian Cornwell, United Kingdom
  • From planned to active Roadworks in real time
  • Edgar Wilgenburg, The Netherlands
  • TM2.0 Traffic management of the future
  • t.b.c.

Hands on Session: Comprehensive tour through the DATEX II data model.

Jörg Freudenstein

Finding your way in the model, explanation of the structure and principles in using the model




Technical Session: Implementing DATEX II in new domains

  • Autostrade Tech DATEX Broker and Browser: collecting DATEX II Information and delivering to Multi Protocol Clients
  • Fabrizio Paoletti, Italy
  • DATEX II and C-ITS: a promising engagement in SCOOP@F
  • Emilie Petit and Loïc Blaive, France
  • DATEX II and ITS G5: experiences from C ITS-Corridor
  • Werner Scholtes, Germany
  • Kamelot as platform for Distributing DATEX II data
  • Jan Vlcinský, Czech Republic
  • The evolution of DATEXII services...
    Possibilities and pitfalls
  • Chris Cowen, United Kingdom

Hands on Session 2 DATEX II profiles and extensions


An hands on instruction on:
How to slim down the model to what you really need in a profile
How to extend the existing model with the elements you miss
And last but not least: how to produce the adjoining documentation




DATEX II Roadmap to 2020 and beyond


A substantial programme is started with new developments on:

  • support for C-ITS requirements
  • support for the EU delegated acts requirements
  • enhanced location referencing
  • use of DATEX II in open data services
  • enhanced usability

Several presentations programme elements will inform you on the current state of affairs, planning of activities and outlook into the future.

In interaction with the audience we are going to collect free format requirements from you and your organisation, in order to ensure the support of operational deployments in the future.

  • The DATEX II workprogramme and Roadmap 2020
  • Bard de Vries, DATEX II TMG chair
  • DATEX II version 3.0 Methodology improvements
  • Josef Kaltwasser, DATEX II TMG CIO
  • DATEX II version 3.0 schema tool enhancements
  • Jonas Jäderberg, DATEX II TMG, Sweden
  • Integrating the urban dimension
  • Peter van der Perre, DATEX II TMG, Belgium
  • Enhanced usability in relation to new usage domains like open data
  • Bo Bjerkholt, DATEX II SG, Sweden
  • Asset management based on history of real time traffic information
  • Ricardo Coelho, DATEX II TMG, Portugal


Coffee break




Plenary Closing Session


- Results and conclusions of User Forum

- DATEX Zipper award show


End of DATEX II User Forum 2016, Trinity college Dublin