Under the H2020-WIDESPREAD-2018-03 funding program by the European Commission, the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences is one of the partners in the Twinning Open Data Operational project (https://todo-project.eu). One of the results of the project is a free online course on the usage and research of open data. The application is available due May 22, 2020, through the link http://science.geof.unizg.hr/todo-platform/
Assembly of the Association of Intelligent Transport Systems Croatia held on 20 December 2019. An overview of the work in the past period was given by President Prof. Sadko Mandžuka, who emphasized, among other things, the following activities: Continue reading “Assembly of the Intelligent Transport Systems Croatia Association”
Within the H2020 research program, the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, specifically the Department for Intelligent Transport Systems, is a full partner in the Twinning Open Data Operational – TODO project. The FPZ research team leader is asst. prof. Miroslav Vujic, and the project will be operational from October 1st, 2019. You can follow all the information about the project as well as its progress on the official website of the project http://todo-project.eu/. The project coordinator is the Faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb, and the other partners are the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, the Faculty of Organization and Informatics, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Agriculture, and the Delft Technical University (Netherlands) and the Aegean University (Greece).
On May 23rd, 2017. Korea-Croatia Business Forum “2017 ITS ROAD SHOW” was held at the Westin Hotel organized by the Korean Business Center in Zagreb (KOTRA). The main objective of this conference was to better connect the Republic of Korea and the Republic of Croatia and the surrounding countries in the field of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS). Continue reading “Korea-Croatia Business Forum „2017 ITS ROAD SHOW“”
2017 Aalto Summer School on Transportation (August 21 – 25) is themed Integrative Envisioning of Mobility Futures. Summer School is a week-long event, and the activities will include lectures, workshops, and site visit, focused on various aspects of transport and land use planning and policy, including technological trends and a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods. In addition to Aalto University, this year’s lecturers are from TU Delft, Newcastle University, UWE Bristol, Istanbul Technical University, NMBU, Tel Aviv University, University of Amsterdam, University of Leuven, and Virginia Tech. Continue reading “Aalto University Summer School on Transportation 2017”