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Michael Fastenbauer March 21, 2007 M-TRADE Final Conference, Tecnopolo Tiburtino, Rome (IT) Integration of River Information Services in Multimodal Information.

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1 Michael Fastenbauer March 21, 2007 M-TRADE Final Conference, Tecnopolo Tiburtino, Rome (IT) Integration of River Information Services in Multimodal Information Chains

2 © via donau I 2 via donau is the Austrian Waterway Management Company... owned by the Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology... responsible for 350 km Danube waterway Administer federal waterways Traffic Management Development of Inland navigation

3 © via donau I 3 via donau is providing Austrian industry with a reliable transport infrastructure... supporting Austrian business in the development of cost-effective logistics solutions based on inland navigation... aiming for increased use of the Danube as a waterway... co-operating with Ministeries, Agencies, Waterway Administrations EU member states and the European Commission, non-EU riparian states of the Danube, Danube and Rhine River Commissions, international organisations (UNECE, ICPDR, ICPR), Chambers of Commerce etc.

4 © via donau I 4 Danube waterway Pan- european Transport Corridor Corridor VII Danube River Austrian Danube stretch

5 Inland Waterway Transport

6 © via donau I 6 Europe‘s acessability by waterborne transport

7 © via donau I 7  18 out of 25 Member States have inland waterways  Modal share of river transport: 6% of total inland transport  130 billion ton-kilometres of freight p.a.  Modal share in NW Europe: up to 43%. Inland Waterway Transport (IWT)

8 © via donau I 8 Challenges for the European transport system growing overseas trade volume EU enlargement in Eastern Europe expected transport growth rate of +1/3 within 10 years reduced competitiveness of EU‘s economy due to increasing logistics cost

9 © via donau I 9 Inland Waterway Transport - relieving the burden on rail and roads

10 © via donau I 10 Inland Waterway Transport - efficient and sustainable distances for transporting one ton of goods with equal energy consumption

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17 DoRIS "Donau River Information Services" in Austria

18 © via donau I 18 Donau River Information Services

19 © via donau I 19 DoRIS concept

20 © via donau I 20 Tactical Traffic Image

21 © via donau I 21 Systems on Vessels

22 © via donau I 22 Workstations of Authorities

23 © via donau I 23 Workstations at Locks

24 R I S River Information Services

25 © via donau I 25 River Information Services (RIS) Telematics Systems and Information Services in order to increase the safety and efficiency of inland waterway transport

26 © via donau I 26 EU RIS Directive Directive 2005/44/EC on harmonised River Information Services (RIS) Necessary legal framework for RIS implementation Standardisation of ship equipment Standardisation of data exchange Minimum requirements for RIS Publication in official journal: September 30, 2005 In force since: October 20, 2005

27 © via donau I 27 Integrated logistics chain management Traffic management Logistic chain management

28 © via donau I 28 RIS on the Danube (2007) part-coverage ENCs Notices to skippers Electronic reporting AIS (maritime Danube) VTMIS Danube-Blacksea Canal VTS centers along Danube Electronic Navigational Charts Water level information Notices to skippers Electronic reporting Tactical traffic information RIS Center Electronic Navigational Charts (test) Notices to skippers Electronic reporting (test) Test installations of AIS Electronic Navigational Charts Notices to skippers Calamity abatement support Tactical traffic information RIS Center Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC) Tactical traffic information (test) Electronic Navigational Charts Water level information Notices to skippers Tactical traffic information RIS Center Electronic Navigational Charts Tactical traffic information (test) VTMIS for maritime Danube Electronic reporting (test)

29 NAIADES An Integrated European Action Programme for Inland Waterway Transport

30 © via donau I 30 NAIADES Action Programme Presented by the European Commission – January 17, 2006 Council Conclusions on the promotion of inland waterway transport on June 8 and 9, 2006 Multi-annual Action Programme in order to foster transport by inland waterways in Europe (2006 – 2013) Focus on five strategic areas Creating favourable conditions for services and attracting new markets Stimulating fleet modernisation and innovation Attracting new workforce and increasing investment in human capital Promoting inland waterway transport as a successful business partner through a promotional network Providing an adequate inland waterway infrastructure Implementation of NAIADES has started already in 2006

31 River Information Services and M-TRADE

32 © via donau I 32 Tracking & Tracing with RIS RIS tracking and tracing services on inland waterways with simple web-based access privacy protection harmonized introduction throughout Europe Technical properties High accuracy through DGPS Update rate of 2 seconds Dedicated communication network (VHF radio) Provision of additional information Based on international standards compatible with the maritime world (AIS, ECDIS,...)

33 © via donau I 33 Multimodal Transport and IWT Inland Waterway Transport is part of multi-modal transport chains in most cases. Container transport growth will lead to growing importance of efficient use of inland waterways. The EU’s transport policy is aware of the challenges ahead: The harmonized introduction of RIS and the implementation of the NAIADES Action Programme strongly supports efficient multimodal transport based on Inland Waterway Transport. Inland Waterway Transport has to be integrated into multimodal logistics information chains.

34 Conclusion

35 © via donau I 35 Framework for modern IWT Inland navigation is recognized as future-safe (cost-effective, safe, friendly to the environment). The inland navigation community is small without industry lobby behind it. Pan-European cooperation between authorities and waterway infrastructure operators is established. Inland Waterway Transport has started its modernisation throughout Europe in a harmonised manner. Inland Waterway Transport has to be integrated by RIS into multimodal logistics information chains.

36 © via donau I to keep in mind... Inland Waterway Transport and Inland Navigation are of relevance for Europe – and beyond. via donau provides key expertise in the fields of modern Inland Waterway Transport and Inland Navigation. via donau, as an official institution of the Republic of Austria, is independent from commercial suppliers. via donau is a flexible organisation with a project-based approach. via donau is committed to international cooperation.

37 © via donau I 37 Michael Fastenbauer via donau – Österreichische Wasserstraßen-Gesellschaft mbH A-1220 Wien, Donau-City-Straße 1 (Austria) Tel , Fax


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