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N° 3
March 2021

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Ricozzi: “Digitizing logistics? Let’s start with three simple steps: e-CMR, shared data and one-stop shop"

Think big, move from words to deeds and act fast. These are the inputs that emerged from the webinar on "ITS for the efficiency of logistics" organized by TTS Italia on 24 March in order to present the document drawn up by the working group on the digitalization of logistics. A document that comes at a crucial moment for logistics, put in the spotlight by the pandemic, at the center of great transformations due to changing needs, explored by many start-ups, now more than ever feeling the need to make the leap towards digitalization and smart logistics. We interviewed Clara Ricozzi, vice president of the Freight Leaders Council and coordinator of the TTS Italia working group which indicates the priorities for the sector: e-CMR, shared data and one-stop shop.



You coordinated the TTS Italia working group on logistics efficiency. What kind of work have you done?
The starting point were the Guidelines drawn up in 2019 by TTS Italia for smart moility. That document also indicated the logistics between sectors to be dealt with as a priority. The working group, launched at the end of 2019, first networked a large variety of subjects, TTS Italia members, sector stakeholders and institutional representatives first in presence and then online with the aim of proposing concrete initiatives to give logistics efficiency through a massive use of ITS and technologies. We also started by analyzing the existing legislation in particular in light of the new EU Regulation 1056/2020 published in the Official Journal last July. A measure that will be operational in the near future and that lays the foundations for the sharing of transport data. We then analyzed the various existing criticalities and indicated in a document some operational proposals that also fit into the reasoning we are doing as a country system on PNRR (National Recovery and Resilience Plan).

The pandemic has lit a beacon on logistics, highlighting its critical issues, but also its centrality ...
Sure. The working group wants to express this: let's focus on a basic sector for the national economy, identifying and trying to solve the critical issues to make it more efficient. According to some estimates, logistics inefficiencies today amount to 70 billion euros per year, of which over 30 billion are attributable to bureaucratic burdens and delays in digitization. A situation that risks worsening further in view of emergencies and crises of various kinds.

The document talks about new logistics. What does it mean?
The new logistics is the model that arises from the development of intelligent systems and digitalization. A supply chain protagonist of the economy able to streamline its flows and ensure their safety. To achieve this goal, the document indicates priorities, including the digitization of documents and certifications, the interoperability of the National Logistics Platform with the ITS already in use by companies, the creation of safe parking areas for heavy vehicles, measures to promote the development of smart roads, platooning, blockchain, to contain empty trips, to support collaborative logistics, the organization of the last mile and urban logistics and interventions aimed at the safety of parking areas.

Also, in the document emerges the request for a single national entity to support logistics. Can you explain us better?
This request emerges from the analysis of the National Action Plan on Intelligent Transport Systems and from the observation that the responsibilities for its implementation lie with various administrative structures. Thus, the idea of a single subject at national level - on the model of an agency - could be considered a solution to accelerate the work on this front, to have a unity of choices that has so far been lacking and that at this moment becomes even more important in view of the PNRR which puts digitization at the first point. It could also be an internal structure of the Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility. With the aim of coordinating the other administrations involved.

What role is desirable for the National Logistics Platform?
The National Logistics Platform should favor the interoperability between logistics services and platforms already in use with greater conviction. To do this, it is necessary to simplify the communication processes between the logistics nodes and activate functions that facilitate access and / or booking of vehicles in ports, freight villages, hubs and operating structures.

Can you indicate two, maximum three urgent measures to be implemented?
These are those already included in the PNRR, that is the simplification and dematerialization of travel documents with the implementation of the legislation for electronic CMR. To put this point into practice, a law is needed that transposes the international convention and sets the time for the adaptation of companies to the new rules. Another measure is the sharing of data in implementation of the European regulation: having uniform data available allows us to proceed at a brisk pace towards the digitization of the sector. Finally, the one-stop shop for customs, which has been at stake for several years, I would say without reason, represent a very useful tool for companies. Here, too, it is a question of following up an administrative measure in order to fully implement it. These are small steps that would lead to great achievements!

Who is Clara Ricozzi. Graduated in Political Science, she obtained the Higher Diploma of French Studies at the University of Grenoble. From 1965 to 1987 she worked at the State Railways, where she was director of the Costs Office, and in February 1987 she was appointed general manager of the Ministry of Transport, where she had various responsibilities, including, from 1999 to 2010, the position of Director of the Directorate General for road transport and intermodality. For her participation in the Italian-French working group on the Turin-Lyon high-speed train, she was awarded the honor of Officer of Merit of the French Republic. From 1 March 2010 to 28 July 2012 you held the position of Secretary General of the General Council for road transport and logistics. She is currently President of OITA (Interdisciplinary Food Transport Observatory), Vice President of the Freight Leaders Council and member of SIPOTRA (Italian Society of Transport Policy).



Sustainable Mobility: MoU signed between the Ministry for Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility and TTS Italia

The Technical Mission Structure (Stm) of the Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility (Mims) and TTS Italia, the Italian Association of Telematics for Transport and Safety, have signed a memorandum of understanding for collaboration on issues of common interest such as smart mobility for passengers and goods, in order to encourage the full spread of the 'Mobility as a Service' (MaaS) at national level.
In particular, the collaboration was outlined in the context of the working group launched by TTS Italia to define the "Guidelines for the development of MaaS services in Italy", on which the Association has been working for over a year, both with its associates (public and private bodies) and with stakeholders / associations from the world of public transport, shared mobility, electric mobility, the motorway sector. The collaboration also extends to in-depth information on technological developments, on national and European regulatory innovations and on current priorities and trends for the mobility of people and goods.
The coordinator of the Ministry's Technical Mission Structure Giuseppe Catalano said: "The future of the country depends on the innovation of local public transport which, increasingly, must become citizen-friendly and with a low environmental impact. The Recovery Plan also represents a great opportunity in terms of implementing technologies to support public transport and mobility. Mims is an active part in achieving this goal, putting in place all the tools useful for the implementation of cutting-edge projects not only in the field of people's mobility, but also in the logistics and freight transport sector. "
The president of TTS Italia, Rossella Panero expressed deep satisfaction with the agreement reached: "This is an important signal for our Association, which has always actively collaborated with the Ministry that has responsibility for transport. Today is the time to make the leap towards smart mobility in our country by fully exploiting the benefits of ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) technologies and the opportunity of the Recovery Plan ".


Mobility and technology: MoU signed between TTS Italia and PIARC Italia

TTS Italia, the Italian Association of Telematics for Transport and Safety, and the Italian National Committee PIARC (PIARC Italia) of the World Association for the Road have signed a memorandum of understanding that formalizes the collaboration in the field of research and study activities, with specific reference to road transport and road infrastructures, promoting the correct use of digital technologies and systems.
In particular, the collaboration aims to express shared opinions and/or guidelines, in the context of issues of mutual interest related to the management and maintenance of road infrastructures, as well as in the field of new technologies and autonomous and connected mobility.
The two Associations want to cooperate towards initiatives aimed at improving safety along the main and secondary road networks, also from the perspective outlined by European and national directives on road safety.
Rossella Panero, President of TTS Italia, is satisfied with the consolidation of a collaboration already in place: "Collaboration and sharing, between similar associations, as between public and private, are the key words for real innovation in favor of all. Even more so in a field like that of technologies for mobility."
Massimo Simonini, President of PIARC Italia, CEO and GM of ANAS, declared that “The collaboration between PIARC Italia and TTS Italia will be fundamental on the subject of ITS and therefore Smart Roads”.

Member of the month

Movyon is born from the evolution of Autostrade Tech, a leader in the development and integration of Intelligent Transport Systems solutions and center of excellence for research and innovation at Autostrade per l’Italia.
We design, integrate and implement innovative solutions for smart, and sustainable mobility: infrastructure, traffic and safety management, tolling, smart cities and smart roads.
We operate in Italy and globally and cater to public administrations, infrastructure operators, enterprise companies and service providers. We believe in an open and inclusive culture of innovation that generates value for our customers and partners, supporting them offering new services and experiences to the community in the name of sustainability and respect for the environment. We work with universities, research centers, incubators and start-ups, leveraging on open innovation and co-creation.
Our team of professionals combines passion and engineering and technological skills with a deep knowledge of the market, acquired by operating on the infrastructures and networks of Europe’s leading motorway management operator.


Lorenzo Rossi – CEO at MOVYON

What is MOVYON's ambition?

MOVYON confirms our transformation from Autostrade per l'Italia's technological laboratory to a new operator that brings the sustainable mobility switch to "on", with the flexibility and speed of a startup, but with the financial capacity of our group, which allows us to invest 100 million euros in technological innovation, of which 20 million in research.
We leave the motorway context and enter in urban areas, we continue the international growth, we open a new office in Milan, we have started important collaborations with universities, incubators, startup and tech companies.

On which solutions MOVYON is focusing on?

We continue to invent, design and implement technology for sustainable mobility. In particular, we are investing in six main areas that are now in the field of experimentation phase:
1. Smart Tolling. We are completely renovating all the toll booth systems to ensure a new user experience. A color touch screen and a virtual agent will allow you to interact with the user in a clear and intelligible way. It will therefore, be possible to pay with contactless, without having to insert the card in the slot. The indications on the available payment methods, those that today can be seen at the top of the shelters with the fixed signs, will be replaced with electronic signs, illuminated and visible at night. All this, in the larger stations, will be completely eco-sustainable because it is powered by solar panels.
2. Smart Infrastructure. The new digital infrastructure monitoring platform developed with IBM and Fincantieri Nextech is now used on all 4,000 bridges, viaducts and flyovers on Autostrade per l'Italia's network. In addition, between April and September 2021, 3D scanning of over 130 bridges and viaducts will be completed in Liguria, using drones equipped with laser technology and high-definition cameras to create a 'digital twin' of the infrastructure. This precise, effective system will be at the service of inspectors carrying out surveillance activities, who will be supported by artificial intelligence software for the automatic detection of defects.
3. Safety Management. A detection and tracking system for dangerous goods, which allows us to know which road section is most exposed to risk for users. We recently activated the first system in Italy for the dynamic monitoring of heavy vehicles in Salerno and we are planning to extend it throughout the country, in order to monitor the level of stress of our infrastructures by excessive or unauthorized loads. Radar and thermal cameras that allow the presence of accidents or stationary vehicles to be accurately and above all timely detected both inside the tunnels and in the open, where the variability of the climate and lighting conditions make the operation much more difficult.
4. Traffic Management. The platform enabling the introduction of dynamic pricing on motorway sections will be released by June 2021. The new system analyses traffic flows and journey times in real time, measuring delays and correlating them with the reasons for delays. This will give motorway operators the opportunity to issue toll refunds based on travel time, using a wide range of digital payment platforms. The introduction of this new technology on the Autostrade per l'Italia network is also planned for next June. MOVYON is also upgrading all toll booth facilities to make payment systems and interaction with Autostrade per l'Italia's customer care even swifter. Installations of the new technology are already underway, starting with the Firenze Ovest toll gate, which will also include colour touch screens and the introduction of a 'virtual' agent equipped with artificial intelligence to provide users with maximum support.
5. Smart Road. MOVYON is developing Italy's first motorway Smart Roads by installing digital infrastructures capable of notifying vehicles of the presence of obstacles, construction sites and bottlenecks in an accurate, reliable manner, thereby enabling motorists to make decisions on the itinerary and safety of their journey. The company has launched working tables with leading automotive manufacturers to test the first solutions. Between April and June 2021, the first A1 smart road will be completed on the 26-kilometre motorway stretch between the Firenze Sud and Firenze Nord exits.
6. Smart Cities. MOVYON's business plan envisages going beyond the motorway network to provide services dedicated to urban mobility by monitoring metropolitan infrastructures, regulating access to urban centres by bulky vehicles such as tourist buses, and streamlining flows by optimising service management processes in Italy's major cities. The new technologies will enable local administrations to anticipate the formation of queues at traffic lights and congested areas, or double-parked cars. In addition, a detection system will enable waste management companies to monitor the filling of bins, thereby optimising collection and disposal operations. All this will be done from a single centralised control room. This technology will enable users to receive information on the presence of free parking spaces, the best route to take, the level of pollution in the air, etc.

Products of the month

Tattile ANPR cameras are now compatible with Bosch’s security system BVMS

Premium ANPR smart camera provider Tattile has partnered with Bosch Building Technologies for a plugin of its Tattile intelligent traffic cameras to be integrated in BVMS – the comprehensive security solution from Bosch. Through the cooperation Tattile automated number plate recognition cameras become part of an integrated security, safety and video management solution allowing for quick license plate recognition. Tattile’s cameras extract the number plate at the edge directly from the image on the camera itself and thereby eliminate the need for separate software which reduces installation effort significantly. Compatibility is currently ensured for Tattile Vega Basic; Tattile Vega Smart 2HD; and Tattile Vega 1 with BVMS 10.1 (or newer).

The integration currently allows for two main use cases. One is the creation of blacklists for real-time notification about the appearance of a certain vehicle. With these blacklists, operators are notified immediately if a blacklisted number plate is detected by one or multiple cameras, allowing them to track the vehicles pro-actively and prevent further incidents. The license plate blacklist can be individually configured from BVMS by uploading and editing a text file in the image pane. The text file is then sent to the Tattile cameras via FTP. Vice versa, the integrated BVMS alarm management triggers a real-time alarm in if a vehicle which is listed in a blacklist is captured by one or multiple cameras, ensuring that operators are notified immediately and can react accordingly. The second use case which is actually covered by the Tattile/ BVMS integration covers forensic search of vehicles for post-analysis. This functionality enables operators to find all detections of a certain number plate in a given time period, allowing to easily see the different vehicle locations over time and gives operators an overview how the vehicle moved through their area of interest.
Contact person: Fabio Boiani
South Europe Regional Manager

Cycling for sure

It will be for the ecobonus, for the increased environmental awareness or for the effect of the new 'normality' caused by the Coronavirus emergency, but the fact is that bicycle sales, especially electric bikes, have had an extraordinary jump. With more than two million units sold, Italy has not seen such numbers since the 1990s, with the advent of the mountain bike phenomenon.
Unfortunately, bike thefts have also followed the same trend, so that the fear of being robbed is second only to the fear of being run over. For some time now, the market of stolen bicycles has been in the hands of specialised gangs who obviously target the most expensive models. Almost 500,000 bicycles are stolen every year (+60% in the first 6 months of 2020 alone), but this amount is an underestimate, because stolen bicycles are rarely denounced to the police, since they are convinced that they will never be found and will never be recovered.
We at Viasat are well aware of this and we also know that this is not just an Italian phenomenon; in fact, in recent months a similar situation has been observed in many European countries, such as Portugal, Spain and Bulgaria. Satellite technology defenses cyclists with the solution Sherlock by Viasat. A light, compact device of small dimensions which, connected to an App, allows you to know where your bike is at all times and helps you find it if it is stolen. Now also available in the Group' product portfolio.
In Italy it is also distributed in the ViasatLock version, with a 24-hour Operations Centre service: in case of theft or if someone tries to remove the device, the alarm goes off. The user receives a real-time alert on his smartphone that also alerts the Viasat Operations Centre, so that it can coordinate the police to recover the stolen bicycle. A recent collaboration agreement has also been signed with Patrolline for the distribution of Patrolbike branded version.

"For us at Viasat - says Valerio Gridelli, CEO of Viasat's Smart Connect BU - the collaboration with Patrolline is much more than a simple business partnership. Two companies that could be competitors on the market have decided to join forces to guarantee greater safety and protection in the bicycle sector, which has a gap to fill compared to, for example, cars or motorbikes, where satellite anti-theft devices are an essential accessory".
In conclusion, we mention an interesting interview with Alessandro Tursi, President of FIAB - Federazione Italiana Ambiente e Bicicletta (Italian Federation for Environment and Bicycle), recently published in our company magazine:

For more information: Sherlock.Bike

Project of the month

Fast Corridors – Digital Transformation completed

UIRNet in collaboration with the Agency of Customs and the Port System Authority of the Eastern Ligurian Sea has launched the new Fast Corridors specifically realized for the Single Service Centers (SSC).
Located 8 kilometers from the Port of La Spezia to release congestion on the Port itself, the SSC of Santo Stefano di Magra is aimed to phisical and scanner controls on incoming and ongoing goods. It is connected with the Port through a Fast Corridor on road which allows the electronic transoprtation tracking by UIRNet.

The new experimentation of Fast Corridors, started in July 2020, is enriched with functions to support the management of Fast Corridors by road, through the implementation of shuttling transport services. The new experimentation strenghtens the offers, supporting the dematerialization of logistics processes and, at the same time, it’s going to enable a better efficiency of port operations.
Thanks to the Fast Corridor’s upgrated functions massive transfers of containers aimed at onsite inspection towards the retroporto of Santo Stefano di Magra, where port garrisons are located, is possible
UIRNet is the Ministry of sustainable infrastructions a mobility implementing body of the National Logistics Digital Platform, an intelligent transportation system created to collect data and provide services to the logistics and transportation stakeholders. The National Logistics Digital Platform is among the strategics facilities listed in the National Strategic Plan for Ports and Logistics.

From our members 

algoWatt's contribution to the most current publication on Artificial Intelligence in Italy
algoWatt, TTS Italia ordinary member, with a contribution from his CTO and VP Engineering Giuliano Radicchi, participated in the drafting of the volume "Artificial intelligence and security: opportunities, risks and recommendations" published by Clusit Community for Security.
The book in digital format, freely downloadable HERE, represents the most current text in Italy on artificial intelligence (AI). AI will play a major role in the development of markets and in process innovation, generating value, opportunities and improving efficiency. Entrepreneurs and managers will not be able to ignore its incredible potential. AI is a great opportunity, but it is important to have an information framework on the regulatory environment, on the risks and implications of compliance, security, personal data protection and GDPR.
Giuliano Radicchi contributed to the publication with some paragraphs dedicated to the "Use of Artificial Intelligence in civil Unmanned Systems".
There is no primary professional figure to whom the publication is dedicated. AI is a topic that, potentially, can affect all organizations, in any economic sector: from large organizations to SMEs, from private companies to the PA. The effort made by the authors has made it possible to draw up a work that is not only aimed at specific interlocutors but which, on the contrary, is useful for a wide range of professionals.
Artificial intelligence applied to digital solutions for the environmental industry, industrial automation, energy and resource recovery is one of the most relevant tools of the new AI-Green product lines of algoWatt, created by Business Unity Green Enterprise & City.

Source: algoWatt

algoWatt to coordinate the GeTUP project for sustainable Mobility as a Service in the urban environment
algoWatt SpA, GreenTech Solutions Company listed on the electronic stock market (MTA) of the Italian Stock Exchange and TTS Italia ordinary member, will coordinate the project GeTUP research on sustainable mobility and MaaS (mobility as-a-service) solutions in the urban environment, with the Genoese public transport operator, 5 SMEs and some research institutions.
The GeTUP project, worth a total of Euro 2 million, received a loan of Euro 1 million under the POR FESR 2014-2020 national fundings for a MaaS travel planning solution with reduced environmental impact, personalized and accessible.
The GeTUP project will study, prototype and experimentally validate a model of MaaS platform for travel planning with reduced environmental impact, customized and accessible, according to advanced profiling systems, which adapt to the characteristics of the user, with offering incentives to stimulate behavior changes.

Source: algoWatt

Car sharing and Covid-19: significant impacts only in the period March-April 2020
The mobility of car sharing vehicles has held up overall during the health emergency that hit Italy in 2020.
The only period of sharp decline was recorded in the months of March and April, when the country was in a particularly severe state of lockdown. In detail, the mobility of car sharing in March 2020 fell by about -50% compared to the previous month, when significant contrast measures were not yet in place to combat Covid-19. Further, profound, fall in mobility in April, which recorded a -40% compared to March and even almost -70% if compared with February.
This is what emerges from the data contained in the privileged Observatory of Targa Telematics, a tech company specialized in the development of digital solutions in the field of telematics, smart mobility and IoT platforms for mobility operators, and TTS Italia founding member, which monitors over half million assets.
There are strong differences between the first lockdown at the beginning of 2020 (March-April) and the softer restrictive measures in October-November on the eve of the "second wave" of the pandemic, when the mobility of car sharing vehicles was higher than about + 130%. In this context, the month of September 2020 stood out particularly for an almost full percentage of use of vehicles in car sharing, thanks to the reopening of schools and a greater presence in post-summer offices, with mobility even up by +8. % compared to January 2020, in which we were in a normal situation.

Source: Targa Telematics

Electronic ticket and mobility center, Liguria at the center of ITS innovation
The offer of Pluservice (in ATI with the French multinational Thales), TTS Italia ordinary member, was the best among those presented in the tender announced by Liguria Digitale, the public company of the Liguria Region for digital innovation, for the creation of the new electronic ticketing system and monitoring of public transport vehicles dedicated to the entire regional territory.
The construction, scheduled between 2021 and 2022, will allow citizens and many tourists to find out about the timetables of means of transport and travel on all public transport in the Region with a simplicity never seen before.
The project includes a single control room for the control of the entire regional public transport, able to locate in real time all the vehicles in service and thus provide reliable forecasts on the actual time of passage of any vehicle on any stop, through the internet and mobile app. A powerful search engine will also provide information on the best route to reach any destination in the region either by car or by public transport, or by mixed mode (car + public transport) or by using the shared mobility services available in the area.
But it is on the ticketing front that the system will represent a real revolution. Users can access directly on board, even without the need to pre-purchase a ticket, by bringing your contactless credit card (EMV technology) close to the electronic validator. The electronic card can also be replaced by the smartphone on which an app must be installed which, thanks to the HCE (Host Card Emulation) technology, will allow the mobile phone to behave exactly like the contactless card. Users will therefore be able to be charged at the end of the month, with a single invoice and directly to the desired current account, the amount corresponding to all the trips actually used, according to the best rate provided.
For transport companies, however, the single control center will collect all ticketing data, in order to compensate the revenues between the various regional transport operators based on the actual use of the services by users.
Pluservice is entrusted with all the intelligence of the system, i.e. the creation of all the application software for ticketing, localization and monitoring of the vehicles and the service, provided both in the regional control center, and on the sales network and on-board systems, as well as project management, executive design, training of transport company operators, full service assistance and maintenance for 10 years.
Once implemented, the system will represent the state of the art of ITS (Intelligent Transport System) technology applied to public transport ticketing and will constitute an important added value of the Region in the field of tourism and cultural development, providing an advanced infrastructure with a particularly user-friendly use.

Source: Pluservice

Financial Times: Targa Telematics ranked among the fastest growing companies in Europe
Targa Telematics – Italian tech company that develops technological solutions in telematics, smart mobility and digital IoT platforms for mobility operators, and TTS Italia funding member – has been listed as one of the “1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies 2021” by the Financial Times and Statista. This includes the European companies that have distinguished themselves over time in terms of growth rate, business models, innovation and organisational skills.
The Financial Times report offers a clear picture of the most promising European companies not only in terms of revenues, but also highlighting their business models with great potential for internationalization, resilience to market changes and organization based on smart models.
Targa Telematics has recently strengthened its presence overseas, opening offices in Portugal and developing start-ups in Mexico and Brazil. By expanding internationally, the company integrates its offices in France and the UK with the ability to operate on a global scale in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
Nicola De Mattia, CEO of Targa Telematics comments: "Having been listed in the Financial Times report is a sign of our expansion and evolution which will continue in the years to come while trying to maintain a steady growth. We are very honored and proud of the result we have achieved, especially since Targa Telematics has been ranked among the fastest growing companies in Europe. This should motivate us to expand further: the Italian economy is confident that this result will spark growth and help companies to reach greater average dimensions".

Source: Targa Telematics

Geotab appoints Christoph Ludewig as new Vice President OEM Europe
Geotab, a global leader in IoT and connected vehicles, and TTS Italia ordinary member, announced the appointment of connected mobility pioneer and former Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services CEO, Christoph Ludewig, as Vice President OEM, Europe. In his new role, Ludewig will help reaffirm Geotab's commitment to being the connected vehicle platform of choice for vehicle manufacturers by working to expand and leverage the company’s relationships and business with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Joining Geotab effective immediately, he will also work closely with the company’s existing management team to accelerate growth by supporting Geotab’s overall business development in Europe.
Over the last two years, Geotab has entered into multiple partnerships with OEMs around the world, including Ford, GM and Mercedes-Benz, providing customers with the ability to access rich vehicle data via an integrated telematics offering. The company is committed to continuing to work closely with its current and future OEM partners and Ludewig will play a key role in helping to deepen and expand Geotab’s OEM relationships in Europe while also supporting the continuous development of customiszed OEM solutions.
“Connected, data-rich vehicles are the future of mobility and I have seen first hand the benefits that Geotab’s open platform and integrated telematics offering can bring to customers,” said Christoph Ludewig, Geotab’s new VP of OEM, Europe. “I am delighted to join Geotab to not only share my wealth of expertise in order to help grow the company’s OEM division in Europe but also to help reaffirm Geotab’s commitment working collaboratively with vehicle manufacturers around the world who are committed to ensuring that their end-customers have access to the data-driven insights that they need”.
Christoph Ludewig has a long-standing expertise in the automotive industry, with more than 25 years with the Daimler Group. During his tenure, he helped to start and grow several B2B focussed initiatives and subsidiaries of Mercedes-Benz, mainly related to fleet connectivity for cars, trucks and vans for over two decades. Ludewig built up and was CEO of Mercedes-Benz Connectivity Services GmbH, which is responsible for the development, operations and sales of B2B Connectivity and Data for Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
"We are thrilled to officially welcome Christoph Ludewig, a proven and passionate OEM industry and connected mobility expert to the Geotab team," commented Edward Kulperger, SVP, EMEA at Geotab. "With Christoph at the helm, we are in a solid position to strengthen our relationships with Europe’s leading automotive manufacturers as we continue to build on our commitment of providing world class products to the fleet and mobility ecosystem together with our OEM partners and platform”.
Geotab works closely with OEMs around the world to provide a leading suite of integrated telematics products and services. For the last several years, Geotab has been collaborating with vehicle manufacturers in the light, medium, heavy-duty and off-road commercial vehicle space in order to help further advance the global adoption of best-in-breed telematics solutions. The company is committed to continuing to develop solutions that meet the needs of OEMs who believe in the power that data can provide to their customers and their diverse fleets of vehicles.

Source: Geotab

In Parma and Bologna: paying for the bus on board with Aep Ticketing solutions
TEP of Parma is moving towards the digitization of payment systems. Traveling by bus, therefore, becomes more and more practical and advantageous, both for those who live in Parma and for those arriving from outside the city and are not practical with the local fare system. By using the contacless credit card to travel in compliance with the rules, without having to obtain a ticket in advance. The novelty, created by Aep Ticketing Solutions, TTS Italia ordinary member, and destined to revolutionize the payment system, will see the light on an experimental basis on the urban line n. 5, which with an average of 15 thousand passengers a day is the most used line in the city. The new validators are already installed, although not yet active, also on vehicles of other lines. At the end of the experimental phase, in fact, the service will be extended to the entire urban network, which is under equipment with the necessary technology. At the end of the summer, when all the city lines will be equipped, the system will apply the most advantageous rate for the user. When the new payment technology is fully operational, predictably from September, the system will charge the rate at the end of the day, applying the most convenient balance. This means that for two daily validations, the software will charge 3 euros, the equivalent of 2 single tickets. From the third validation onwards, the daily urban ticket will be applied. In other words, a passenger cannot spend more than 4 euros in one day to travel on the urban network, regardless of the number of trips made.
Once the activation on the urban network has been completed, the project includes a further upgrade that will allow the extension to the entire province of Parma.
Also in Bologna, Tper continues on the path of investments by activating the EMV system that combines ease of use and the guarantee of the best rate, on line 25, an important one that crosses the historic city center and connects many points of interest. It was chosen as the first operational start of the service after months of testing.
The EMV system allows to pay for the journey directly by placing the bank card - credit card or debit card - on the validator as long as it is contactless. The easiest and most intuitive solution for those who use public transport on an occasional basis and also a particularly smart opportunity for tourist users.
On board the vehicles, therefore, an additional validator will appear, reserved exclusively for bank cards, which joins the existing ones. All current payment systems, including those with magnetic stripe paper tickets, with microchip cards or with coins on urban lines remain, in fact, in force.
It is an important effort that has seen 50% co-financing from the Emilia-Romagna Region with POR FESR funds and the important commitment of the companies also from an economic point of view for the remaining amount.
The validators of AEP Ticketing Solutions are the same throughout the region, as well as the software and the financial partner (Intesa Sanpaolo). The project was carried out thanks to the digital platform of SIA - a hi-tech company.

Source: Ferpress

New AEP publications: Software as a Service and QR-codes
In the traditional approach, the creation of a new electronic ticketing system is a fairly long and complex process, which starts from the definition of the technical specifications and the preparation of the tender specifications, up to, after the award, the preparation of the project and, only then, the beginning of the actual implementation.
SaaS (Software as a Service) is the new and increasingly widespread formula with which to procure software, not through traditional purchase, but as a subscription service, scalable according to actual needs.
The SaaS formula offers many advantages: it is easy to order, quick to implement, constantly updated and operates in the cloud.
To find out more, AEP, TTS Italia ordinary member, has launched a new publication: “Conoscere il SaaS”, which can be downloaded from the publications page of the AEP website (
Furthermore, AEP has recently released a new publication dedicated to QR-codes. QR-codes are increasingly used in the field of electronic ticketing. With this new publication, AEP offers a brief excursus on the topic: history, reasons, methods of use, use on smartphones, paper tickets with QR-code, open and closed loop systems, off-line functionality, integration into MaaS systems, etc.
To download it, go to the publications page of the AEP website ( or, until 30.4.2021, click on the following link without registering:

Source: AEP

Norway starts free-flow tolling in one of world´s deepest undersea tunnels with Kapsch
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens Vegvesen) assigned Kapsch TrafficCom (Kapsch), TTS Italia ordinary member, in October 2020 to deliver a new Multi-Lane Free-Flow (MLFF) tolling system at Ryfast, Norway. Only 13 weeks after the contract signature, the system with 6 tolling points went successfully into operation on February 1, 2021.
The Ryfast sub-sea tunnel system runs from the city of Stavanger to the municipality of Strand. It is one of the longest and deepest undersea road tunnels in the world, with the Ryfylke tunnel of 14.3 kilometres length and 292 meters deep. After implementing the high performance system in record time of only 13 weeks, the Kapsch MLFF G3 tolling system is now in operation since the beginning of February.
“While we have installed our systems at tunnels, bridges, cities and roadways all around the world, we are proud to be part of the Ryfast project. We are very happy that we have managed to implement a reliable and high-performing system in such a short time", says Mikael Hejel, responsible Area Sales Manager for the Nordic countries.
The tolling system detects and identifies all passing vehicles with video technology, which classifies the vehicles and captures their front- and rear license plates. Through microwaves, the tolling system also detects and reads AutoPass toll tags, which are linked to the vehicle’s license plate number. The information captured by the tolling system is transmitted to a back-office for further processing and invocing of the vehicle owners.
“Due to that a previous tolling system could not be set into operation, we had to retender a new tolling system and allocate a tight time schedule. In addition, given the current Covid situation and closed borders, it was a challenging task both for Statens vegvesen and Kapsch to comply with the schedule. Therefore we are very pleased with the open dialogue and the transparency we have had with Kapsch TrafficCom, something which enabled the extremely short implementation time of the new tolling system”, says Kristian Rognskog, Chief Engineer of AutoPASS/Bompeng systems at Statens vegvesen.

Source: kapsch

Pin Bike: gamification for smart cities
Pin Bike, TTS Italia incoming member, is the gamification system for smart cities that allows a Municipal Administration to issue mileage economic incentives to bike to work to its citizens, thanks to a patented technology based on hardware control, the system is anti-fraud and certifies the kilometers traveled by bicycle.
With Pin Bike the proximity trade is also relaunched since, optionally, the vouchers issued to citizens can be spent exclusively in the commercial activities of the city.
The system is currently active in 16 municipalities, including Bari, Pescara, Bergamo, Foggia and Collegno.
Pin Bike is a form of education, because the use of bicycles depends first of all on a question of culture and habit.

Source: Pin Bike

Pluservice research published on Energies
Energies, one of the most prestigious scientific journals, has published the research work conducted by Pluservice, TTS Italia ordinary member, and dedicated to the methodology for the calculation of pollutants in a fleet of buses.
This research activity was carried out thanks to the collaboration with the Sapienza University of Rome - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (DICEA), in particular with the valuable contribution of Professor Maria Vittoria Corazza.
The article entitled "iGREEN: An Integrated Emission Model for Mixed Bus Fleets" is contained in the "Special Issue Feature Papers in Energy, Environment and Well-Being" section and is available here.

Source: Pluservice

PTV SISTeMA wins tender in Rome with PTV Optima software
PTV SISTeMA, TTS Italia ordinary member, was awarded the tender launched by Roma Servizi per la Mobilità for the purchase of a Traffic Management Software License for the construction of the New Mobility Center. The offer includes the supply of PTV Optima software for monitoring and forecasting mobility. Rome joins other major metropolitan areas in the world such as Dubai, Taichung and the Piedmont Region which already adopt PTV technology for traffic supervision and forecasts. For more information on PTV Optima click here.


Seven more Scania trucks to be delivered as German e-road expands
The first German electric road test track on the A5 motorway near Frankfurt will be extended by almost seven kilometres, and Scania, TTS Italia ordinary member, will deliver seven additional pantograph-equipped trucks to operate on this expanded stretch of electrified motorway.
Presently, three trials with electrified trucks are ongoing in Germany. In the latest expansion, seven additional kilometres of overhead catenary lines will be added to the A5 motorway segment in Hessen, bringing the total to twelve kilometres in the direction of Darmstadt and five kilometres towards Frankfurt. This work is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022. With 135,000 vehicles daily, including 14,000 trucks, the A5 motorway south of Frankfurt is one of the busiest and most heavily polluted sections of road in Germany.
The A5 is one of three tests with catenary lines being conducted in Germany. In late 2019, an additional segment of electrified road was opened near Lübeck in Schleswig-Holstein (A1) where one Scania truck is currently being tested. A third trial will start in Baden-Württemberg (B462) in 2021. In total, 22 trucks will be in operation on these three test tracks.
Scania has previously supplied five R 450 hybrid trucks, equipped with pantographs, for operation along the electrified A5. As with these five, the seven additional trucks will be operated by several different customers. During the trials, Scania manages vehicle maintenance and data collection from the test vehicles.
Developed by Siemens, the electrification system used on these roads allows trucks with the necessary pantograph mounted to their roof to travel at speeds of up to 90 km/h on fully electrical power, converting back to the truck’s internal combustion engine once leaving the electrified stretch, ideally powered by biodiesel for a larger CO2-reduction.
“Unlike passenger cars, which remain parked and stationary most of the day, trucks are deployed for long hours in transport assignments when stopping to charge can be highly disruptive in the operations. Electric roads offer rational and effective charging en route. While this is technically just another way to charge electric trucks, the solution can be particularly relevant on heavily trafficked roads, and additionally it saves batteries and reduces load on the energy network,” says Magnus Höglund, Head of infrastructure and charging solutions at Scania.
According to several studies, e-roads are an alternative that can significantly reduce CO2-emissions. Electrified road technology is one approach that Scania is testing in order to drive the shift to a sustainable transport system.

Source: Scania

Sustainable mobility: the first phase of the “Bike trial” program closed with the PinBike system
It was certainly conditioned by Covid 19 and the necessary use of smart working and integrated or remote teaching, but the first phase of the "Bike trial" program included in the Pesos (sustainable Pescara) project ended with a good result.
There are 140 pedal assisted bicycles, including folding and city bikes, assigned in rotation to employees of organizations and companies who have given their willingness to participate in the program. There are 151 active users, for 148 net days of vehicle use, also in consideration of Covid breaks. The activity was monitored through technological systems inserted on the bicycles and processed through an algorithm that made it possible to draw up a ranking of merit that allows access to rewards.
Only citizens who have traveled more kilometers (clearly urban) will receive a voucher based on the ranking to buy a new bike.
The total sessions of use of the bikes were 2885, for a total of 17,619.67 kilometers traveled; the average distance traveled daily is 119.05 km. The average route was 6.10 km with a daily average per user of 0.78 km. In terms of pollution, the operation allowed an estimated saving of 2517.10 gk of Co2.
13 companies participate in the project including Pin Bike, TTS Italia incoming member, with its own technology dedicated to sustainable mobility.

Source: Abruzzoweb

SWARCO MIZAR extends cooperation with the Municipality of Skopje for its development
In February Swarco Mizar signed the contract for “Software Maintenance and Upgrade of Equipment for CUKS (Traffic Management Control Centre)” of the City of Skopje, Macedonia.
The relation with the Municipality of Skopje started in 2009 when the existing OMNIA/UTOPIA Urban Traffic Control system was implemented to centralise a first set of 20 intersections.
In 2012 Swarco Mizar won the tender for the extension of the system to up 77 intersections, the integration of Traffic Surveillance cameras, Variable Message Signs and priority solutions for buses and emergency vehicles.
The system was supported by seamless SW maintenance and technical assistance in the years.
The new project will include the upgrade of the existing technologies, the integration of the new Strategy Manager OMNIA module, and the extension of the system to manage 110 intersections, 5 VMS, 70 traffic surveillance cameras, 80 priority vehicles.

Source: Swarco Mizar

SWARCO to operate ChargePlace Scotland
SWARCO, TTS Italia founding member, has been named the preferred bidder to operate the ChargePlace Scotland network. The contract to run Scotland’s public electric vehicle charging network will be expected to run for a minimum of 2 years with the option to extend. From July 2021, SWARCO will take over from Charge Your Car as the back office operator which enables people to access over 1600 publicly available charge points across Scotland.
Following a smooth transition, the priority is to continue to improve ChargePlace Scotland’s reputation for reliability and accessibility for electric vehicle drivers across the country. The new contract will bring new jobs to Scotland, improved customer service and better performance information for users and owners and hosts. There will also be the opportunity to explore innovative new capabilities such as interoperability and pay-as-you-go options.
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Source: SWARCO

Targa Telematics and Sixt: a successful model for Stolen Vehicle Recovery with a 90% success rate in 2020
The partnership between Sixt and Targa Telematics, TTS Italia founding member, is now in its fourth year and continues to record excellent performance: thanks to the Stolen Vehicle Recovery (SVR) solution, in 2020 the recovery rate of stolen vehicles reached 90%.
The latest generation SVR solution developed by Targa Telematics is based on IoT, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence technologies and represents one of the modules that the company offers as part of its Asset Management services.
Minimizing damage caused by theft, safeguarding the state of vehicles in the best possible way and controlling the entire fleet with particular effectiveness, preserving its value, are the advantages deriving from the adoption of the SVR solution, which also provides customers with Operations Centers available 24/7, in order to monitor and analyze vehicle data and risk areas in real time, cooperating in close synergy with the Italian and European Police Forces for vehicle recovery.
“We are very satisfied with the partnership with Targa Telematics, whose professionalism, prompt availability and efficient service we particularly appreciate” said Carina Ratzke, Sixt Italia Fleet Manager Senior Executive. “The Stolen Vehicle Recovery solution we have adopted has immediately brought us concrete results in terms of vehicle recovery of our fleet”.
“The Operations Center provided by Targa Telematics responds promptly and professionally every time we need their intervention” added Salvatore Palumbo Sixt Italia Security Manager. “Once the problem has been reported, the operations center is able to act autonomously until the request is closed, which for us translates into a further optimization of internal processes”.
“We are proud of our consolidated partnership with Sixt, a widely renowned company with which we share values such as transparency and fairness, fundamental for the development of lasting relationships and effective strategies” said Massimiliano Balbo di Vinadio – Targa Telematics VP LA Sales. “In Sixt we immediately found great attention to the issues of fleet management and preserving the value of their vehicles, and we are very satisfied with the results obtained as a result of both our technological solutions and the high professionalism demonstrated by their internal organization”.
The partnership between Targa Telematics and Sixt is not only limited to Italy, but also includes Germany and Benelux. 

Source: Targa Telematics

Targa Telematics at “Strade e Motori” by Radio24 talking about mobility and lockdown
Targa Telematics, TTS Italia founding member, took part in “Strade e Motori” Radio24 show to tell about its Mobility Observatory and discuss mobility data during the national lockdown.
For the podcast (in Italian), click here.

Source: Targa Telematics

Viasat and Tutela+ together to offer Protection and Legal Protection Services in the event of road accidents
Viasat, Italian excellence in satellite telematic solutions dedicated to security, and TTS Italia ordinary member, and Tutela+, a leading group in the management and compensation of damages, legal consultancy services and emergency response, announce a partnership aimed at the realization of a project capable of expanding Protection and Legal Protection Services for businesses and individuals in the event of road accidents.
According to the latest estimates, by 2025, 70% of the car fleet on European roads will be connected, that is, made up of cars equipped with telematic tools capable of "making the car dialogue" with the outside world. But already today it is possible to collect, reprocess and use a lot of information generated by the on-board devices of a considerable number of vehicles and, if supported by adequate data management capabilities, enable innovative services and new offer models.
The agreement provides that the intermediary partners of Tutela+ can also offer their customers Sicuri & Protetti services, thus completing their commercial offer. The range of Sicuri & Protetti products, based on Viasat satellite infotelematic technology, are able to provide any type of support to the motorist, thanks to the activity of the H24 Operations Center: satellite anti-theft, assistance in case of breakdown or danger, automatic alarms in the event of an accident, electronic dossiers to certify the data detected by the on-board device, useful, for example, to contest a fine or reconstruct the dynamics of an accident and much more. Maximum security and maximum savings on the policy in a single solution.

Source: Viasat

Viasat research: 75,000 cars disappeared in 2020, satellite technology as a contrast
In Italy car thefts are definitely decreasing, but when they are stolen it is almost impossible to find them. In some regions of the Center-South, however, it is always an emergency. The models of small and medium displacement continue to be the ones that appeal to thieves the most. It is satellite technology that can counter increasingly aggressive and hi-tech bands. These are the main titles that emerge from the new edition of the Road Safety Guide promoted by the Viasat Group, TTS Italia ordinary member, which will soon be published.
THE NUMBERS: IN THE CENTRAL-SOUTH THE SITUATION IS ALARMING - Going into the detail of the Research Viasat, according to the latest estimates of the State Police, in 2020 75,000 cars were stolen in Italy, 24% less to 2019 when there were 98,623. A positive figure certainly conditioned by the pandemic in progress, even if the means stolen from the rightful owner are still many: 6,205 per month, 208 per day, almost 9 every hour.
Nothing changes about the ranking of the regions most at risk that continue to be in the Center-South: Campania is once again confirmed in first place with 19,412 car thefts, then Lazio (13,391) and Puglia (12,700). This is followed by Sicily (8,798) and, the first region of the North, Lombardy (8,188). The more than comforting fact is that all the Italian regions recorded significantly better numbers than the previous year.
WHEN THEY DISAPPEAR, FINDING THEM IS A PROBLEM. On the discovery front, however, the news is not good at all. Just over 28,000 have been found (38% of the total). Traces of the remaining almost 47 thousand cars are lost. The most "sought after" cars by far continue to be those of medium-small size with the aim of reselling spare parts. High-end cars and SUVs most of the time disappear "on commission" to be resold, thanks to false registrations or cloned license plates, on foreign markets: Serbia, Albania, Slovenia and the Far East the most popular.
SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY AS A CONTRAST ACTION - Real organized bands, professionals of the underworld ready for anything and highly specialized. Cyber thieves who need less than 30 seconds to make a car disappear. Today it is essential to combine the action of the Police Forces with technologically advanced devices capable of defending the car from theft and if this happens, it facilitates its finding, such as satellite and IoT technologies proposed by Viasat to counter the risk of theft and allow for a greater number of recoveries of stolen vehicles. The effectiveness varies according to the type of device, but is in any case always above average, up to the case of excellence of the BluTrack, a self-powered device which, also used as a second safety device on board, has obtained a rate of findings (given 2020) practically 100%. The Viasat protection and security services, also thanks to the activity of the Viasat H24 Operations Center, also represent an effective contrast to thefts carried out with the aid of jammers (GSM and GPS signal disturbance), allowing to intercept the signal disturbance, blocking the vehicle and activating all the intervention procedures of the Police Forces.

Source: Viasat

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Thinking Beyond the Crisis: what have we learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of “resilient city” design and Smart Mobility? How can this help us prevent the negative effects of climate change? Metropolitan areas have been most affected by the social, economic and infrastructural effects of the pandemic. In response to this, urban areas have started revising their understanding of mobility and transportation of people and goods.
We will try to answer these questions and delve into the following topics with special guests during the Smart Mobility, Transport & Logistics Summit: involving TTS Italia as a Sponsor:
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ITS applications for logistics efficiency. Here are the results of the TTS Italia Webinar
With the webinar of 24 March "ITS applications for logistics efficiency", in the presence of over 100 participants, TTS Italia highlighted an analysis of the main critical issues in the sector and formulated operational regulatory proposals as well as technical actions for the efficiency of national logistics. All contained in a special document of the same name developed ad hoc within a working group of the Association.
TTS Italia's proposals focus on the massive use of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) to overcome the inefficiencies and consequent higher costs that weigh on the entire logistics system, also in line with the reforms identified by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan #Next Generation Italia adopted by the Government on January 13, 2021. And therefore, more technology towards the simplification and dematerialization of the sector; greater interoperability also through V2I; safety of rest areas; further push to Platooning; containment of empty trips; booking systems and Blockchain. The intervention of the public apparatus is fundamental. Ultimately, it is a question of giving life to a new logistics where the development of ITS is the protagonist of the change towards greater efficiency, transparency and fluidity of the entire supply chain.
Public and private among the speakers of the day, agree that the Recovery Plan can be a starting point, but the continuity of funds and works must be guaranteed, maximizing the technology already available and already ahead to be applied to the entire supply chain, and digitization. With an eye also to the ecological transition, in line with European guidelines.
The administrative side remains the key issue. It is necessary to provide tailor-made and unique structures capable of managing the IT aspects related to the sector, as well as the data to be shared between the stakeholders concerned. All this to simplify and speed up the procedures, to be standardized, among other things, throughout the national territory for effective results, and to combat the north-south differences in height that are unfortunately still evident in the sector.
Finally, it is also important to take into account the "international" side of logistics, for which harmonization between countries is essential.

Working Group on “Financing for the digitalization of transport”, the new meeting of the Table
Launched in November 2020, the TTS Italia Working Group (WG) dedicated to “Financing for the digitalization of transport” continues its work, with a new meeting held online on March 4th.
The WG has closed its Phase 1, aimed at identifying best/bad practices and critical issues in the area of funding, as well as the definition of useful recommendations. During this first part of the work, critical issues emerged mainly related to bureaucratic aspects and timing, while the recommendations focused on the need for greater homogeneity, harmonization and complementarity between the managers of the various funds.
The meeting on 4 March also officially kicked off Phase 2 of the WG, the aim of which is to highlight all the national and European funding opportunities currently available. These include Smarter Italy, the Program promoted by the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry of University and Research and the Minister for Technological Innovation and Digitization. The Program, with a funding of 90 million euros, is implemented by the Agency for Digital Italy (AGID). During the meeting, AGID intervened to illustrate in detail the program and the current state of the art.
Coordinated by Roma Servizi per la Mobilità, the WG aims to promote the knowledge and availability of European and national funds on the topic of smart mobility, as well as to create the conditions to make the most of their use, also in order to launch concrete and constructive proposals. to the institutions. Finally, the objective of the WG will also be to encourage the provision of further funding in the 2021-27 program framework. The final result of the project will be the Guidelines for the use of available funds, especially aimed at Lenders (National & Local - Contracting Stations); Research world; Solution provider and companies in the ITS sector.

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