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The 15th Symposium & Exhibition

This is the 2010 Symposium - The 2011 Symposium can be found here.

Symposium papers

In 2010 a total of 23 papers were presented to over 220 delegates. The symposium programme is given below and each paper that we have an electronic copy of, is available to download through this website provided you are logged in with a registered account - if you do not have an account you will be asked to create one (there is no registration fee we simply ask for a few details) when you try and download a paper.


Unfortunately we were unable to film the presentations this year although we will try and make the presentations themselves available in the near future.


The full list of exhibitors is given here. If you are interested in exhibiting then we are always keen to encourage new participants. Similarly, if you are interested in presenting a paper at the Symposium, please let us know. You will receive additional discount on the Symposium costs and we will be happy to give you as much (or as little) guidance as you need in terms of format and pitching your content at the right level.



The 2010 Symposium Programme


  • Complex Interstage Design and Intelligent Phase Delays
    presented by: Richard Butler, GMUTC.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Oxford Circus - The UK's first "Scrambled" Pedestrian crossing at a major urban intersection
    presented by: Kieran Ward, Atkins.


  • LRT and MOVA
    presented by: Nick Rule, Siemens.


  • Speed Amelioration using traffic signals & ITS
    presented by: Bruce Slattery, Halcrow.


  • To stream or not two stream - (evaluating linked MOVA options using PC MOVA)
    presented by: Lee Templeman, Halcrow.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Smart Sustainable SCOOT - Alternative Vehicle Detection for SCOOT applications
    presented by: Graham Muspratt, Clearview.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Virtual Bus Lanes - a Reality?
    presented by: Donal Hodgins, Kildare County Council.


  • UTMC in a PFI environment
    presented by: Gordon Wilson, Motus.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Optimising signal timings for fixed-time control using the cross-entropy method
    presented by: Mike Maher, Institute for Transport Studies.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • LinSig 3
    presented by: JCT Consultancy.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Signal Control - Mind-set Change for Climate Change
    presented by: Prof. Margaret Bell - Newcastle University.


  • Advanced Wireless Communications for UTC
    presented by: Keith Manston - Siemens.


  • The Validation of Give-Way Parameters Used in Modelling Partially Signalised Roundabouts
    presented by: Mark Roxburgh - AOne+.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Detector Fault Monitoring - Time For a Re-think
    presented by: Ian Routledge - IRC.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Sydney Coordinated Adaptive Traffic System in Dublin
    presented by: Brendan O`Brien - Dublin CC.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Bus Priority Using an Automatic Vehicle Location to SCATS Interface
    presented by: Maggie O`Donnell - Dublin CC.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • MOVA User Group Update
    presented by: John Spence - JSTSM Ltd..


  • Retention of detector and boolean data in MOVA with Paramics
    presented by: Daniel Morris - Pell Frishman.


  • Linking Paramics to PCSCOOT and SCOOTLINK in Hamilton
    presented by: Pete Sykes - SIAS.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • Simmonite Award
    presented by: John Nightingale - JCT Consultancy Ltd..


  • Wireless City
    presented by: Brian Jackson - Now Wireless.


  • Variable Signal Control Interface for use with VISSIM
    presented by: Luke Best and Stuart Deakin, WSP.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)


  • New Route to Purchasing Traffic Management Technology
    presented by: Gafoor Din - Warickshire County Council, Matthew Robertson - Buying Solutions.
    >> Download the pdf of the paper (you must be logged in for download to work)





 

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