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1 Inland water transport challenges Deployment of River Information Services and the impact on changes in the transport behaviour

2 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 2 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES Infrastructure River Information Services Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

3 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 3 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES Infrastructure River Information Services Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

4 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 4 Inland Water Transport (in numbers) 1 with 40% caloric production of energy 2 specific energy consumption and CO2 emissions could be reduced by 20% with better extent of utilisation of the ship

5 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 5 Inland Water Transport (in numbers) Source: EU Communication Paper on NAIADES Action Programme

6 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 6 Inland Water Transport Slovakia Transport of goods (thousands tons)Performance (thousands ton kilometres) Average transportation distance (km) Source: © VUD. http://www.telecom.gov.sk/externe/idic/index.htmlhttp://www.telecom.gov.sk/externe/idic/index.html

7 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 7 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES Infrastructure River Information Services Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

8 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 8 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Challenges ahead of Inland Water Transport Markets Fleet Jobs and skills Image Infrastructure Organisational changes

9 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 9 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Markets  Expand reliable door to door inland navigation services (close cooperation of freight forwarders, shipping industry and ports)  Better access to capital (fiscal incentives stimulating the re-investment and state aid guidelines)  Better coordination of relevant public services (simplification or removal of administrative procedures)

10 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 10 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Fleet  Improve logistic efficiency (fleet innovations, design, ICT)  Improve environmental performance (introduction of technologies to reduce the fuel consumption and harmful emissions)  Improve safety performance (supported by on- board and on-shore technologies – RIS, navigational equipment, training & education)  Legal framework for environmental and safety standards (engine emissions, fuel quality, waste disposal, DG)

11 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 11 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Jobs and skills  Improve working and social conditions  Establish functioning education and training system (focusing on use of modern learning tools – simulators for navigation in critical stretches)  Encouraging of the life-long-learning

12 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 12 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Image  Improve the image of inland navigation (joint responsibility of industry, politics and administrations)  Establishing the network of promotional and development centres  Monitoring trends and developments within the IWT market (by introduction of the new statistics)

13 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 13 European Transport Policy (NAIADES) Infrastructure  Challenged by several bottlenecks by limited draught, bridge clearance locks  European Development Plan for improvement and maintenance of waterway infrastructure and transhipment facilities while respecting environmental requirements  Framework for infrastructure charging (internalise external costs such as accidents, air pollution, noise, congestions)  Implement River Information Services

14 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 14 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES Infrastructure River Information Services Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

15 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 15 IWT infrastructure (bottlenecks)

16 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 16 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES Infrastructure River Information Services Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

17 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 17 River Information Services Telematics Systems and Information Services in order to increase the safety and efficiency of inland waterway transport

18 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 18 River Information Services Geographical, hydrological and administrative data to plan, execute and monitor a trip. Information on waterway infrastructure only. Fairway information service

19 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 19 River Information Services Tactical traffic information (display of the present vessel characteristics & movements) Strategic traffic information (display for larger geographical area, together with analysis and forecasts of future traffic situation). Traffic information service

20 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 20 River Information Services Carried out by waterway administrations towards optimal utilisation of infrastructure and secure the safe navigation. By means of VTS and Lock & Bridge Planning. Traffic Management

21 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 21 River Information Services Registers vessels and transport data to be used in case of accident for immediate response by rescue services. Calamity abatement service

22 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 22 River Information Services Comprises voyage planning, transport management, inter- modal port and terminal management, and cargo and fleet management. Information for transport logistics

23 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 23 River Information Services Ensures that people within a given jurisdiction adhere to the laws. It supports Cross border management, compliance with traffic safety and environmental compliance. Information for law enforcement

24 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 24 River Information Services RIS for collection of relevant inland waterway traffic and cargo statistics based on the automatically received tactical information and electronic reports. Statistics

25 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 25 River Information Services RIS assists in levying charges for infrastructure by calculation of charges and initiating invoices based on voyage data. Waterway Infrastructure Charges and Harbour Dues

26 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 26 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES River Information Services Infrastructure Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

27 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 27 Assessments of RIS implementation ALSO Danube project SPIN COMPRIS project CREATING (preliminary results)

28 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 28 Assessments of RIS implementation ALSO Danube project SPIN COMPRIS project CREATING (preliminary results)

29 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 29 ALSO Danube Reference 2015 ALSO 1 Road176 573172 805171 784 Transport shift-3 768-4 789 Rail74 68072 97172 691 Transport shift-1 0709-1 989 Inland navigation25 10934 71337 414 Transport shift+9 604+12 305 Reference 2015 ALSO 1 CH4465462459 CO212 650 35912 430 78212 282 256 HC9 8569 6269 435 NOx113 127111 226109 975 Part17 16716 73916 490 Tons per year, change in %ALSO 1 CH4-0.5-1.2 CO2-1.7-2.9 HC-2.3-4.3 NOx-1.7-2.8 Part-2.5-3.9 Source: © ALSO Danube. Development of ton-km in Main-Danube Corridor Source: © ALSO Danube. Reduction of emissions in Main-Danube Corridor transport Assumptions of implementation Scenario 012 Implementation of RIS on river Main, Main-Danube Channel, Danube downstream to Budapest Use of CSL.IP and T.IP (large companies, bulk transport) ---- ++++ ++++ Creation of new Container Line Services ARA Ports – Austria –Hungary with additional rail bridge Rhine - Danube --+

30 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 30 PM, NOx Emissionen in g/tkm Binnenschiff Worst Case Binnenschiff Best Case Binnenschiff EU Stufe IIIA

31 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 31 Agenda Inland water transport in numbers Action Programme: NAIADES River Information Services Infrastructure Assessment of implementation of RIS Next steps

32 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 32 Cooperating countries Partners IRIS Europe

33 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 33 COMPRIS: OTP Upper Danube

34 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 34 IRIS Europe implementation Infrastructure Tracking and tracing Electronic reporting Hull database Standards Inland ECDIS standard Notices to Skippers standard Electronic reporting standard Inland AIS for tracking and tracing Further services Waste management Calamity abatement Comply with the EU RIS Directive

35 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 35 Lucia Karpatyova Vyskumny ustav dopravny (Transport Research Institute) Pristavna 10 821 09 Bratislava Slovak Republic Email: lucia.karpatyova@vudba.sklucia.karpatyova@vudba.sk www.vudba.sk www.vud.sk

36 COST 355, Piraeus, 18 th -19 th April 2006 36 Traffic & Logistic Management based on RIS


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