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Interest Groups

Enforcement

The group aims to identify the current enforcement requirements of the Police, Local Authorities and other statutory bodies that may be helped by ITStechnologies

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Freight

To allow freight and logistics practitioners to access leading edge developments in telematics so as to illustrate what is or may be on offer, and to allow ITS members the opportunity to learn of the challenges and problems currently facing the logistics and freight industry

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Local Authority / Urban

This group is for ITS (UK) members with an interest in urban and local transport matters.

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Public Transport

The Public Transport Interest Group provides a focus for ITS (UK) members and others who are interested in passenger information systems and related topics, such as smartcards, other electronic ticketing and transport retail systems, and IT and communications technology used in public transport fleets.

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Road User Charging

The aim of this group is to create an environment where Government, industry, operators and academia can share ideas and concerns openly and supportively to help identify benefits and barriers to the timely and efficient introduction of RUC within the UK.

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Security and Resilience

The purpose of this group is to consider how ITS may be used to provide or enhance transport security, focusing on areas such as technical, operational and policy security.

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Smart Environment

This group provides a forum for all ITS United Kingdom members with an interest in transportation and the environment to meet, discuss their views and study the uses of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) to benefit the environment.

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Automotive User

The Automotive User Interest Group (AUIG) advises the ITS sector on the needs and abilities of road vehicle users in the design, development and deployment of ITS.

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Inclusive Mobility Interest Group

Who we are The Inclusive Mobility Interest Group (IMIG) enables ITS professionals, researchers, implementers and suppliers to work with disabled and older people and their representative bodies to: • Facilitate understanding and cooperation; • Publicise the latest developments in ITS both to IMIG members and to outside parties; • Raise awareness of the needs of disabled and older people in the design, development and deployment of ITS; and to undertake research which explores the ways in which ITS can reflect the needs of the disabled traveller.

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Communications

The ITS (UK) Communications Interest Group provides information about activities in communications technologies, both in the UK and overseas, and acts as a focus for communications queries from the whole ITS (UK) Membership

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Connected Vehicle

The key to gaining the most from CVHS is co-operation between the road and the vehicle, to ensure the vehicle takes full account of the big picture and so deliver an effective tool for road operators. ITS (UK) has set up a new Interest Group to address this issue, complementing existing interest groups that focus on the technology aspects to look at the package of co-operation between road and vehicle.

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Satellite Navigation

In March 2012, ITS (UK) together with the Department for Transport and ADEPT organised a SatNav Workshop to discuss issues around hauliers using satnav on UK roads. The report from the summit, and other material and links of interest in the context of satellite navigation, can be found here. Suggestions for additional material are welcome to mailbox@its-uk.org.uk

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Young Professionals in ITS

This group is about to be set up under the leadership of Mouchel, Arup and Transport for London

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Women in ITS Interest Group

This group is a focus for the promotion of ITS as a career for women, who make up only about 10% of the ITS professionals in the UK

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