EXHIBITIONS: From Monday June 27, 2005, 9:00 to Wednesday June 29, 2005, noon, in parallel with conference sessions

DEMONSTRATIONS: From Monday June 27, 2005, 13:30 to Wednesday June 29, 2005, noon, in parallel with conference sessions (Monday pm: priority for the press and VIP)

Posters should be put up by 13:30 on Monday at the latest, and left until Wednesday 12:00. Speakers are asked to respect the time slots allotted. The slides should be handed in to the relevant computer room before the beginning of the session. Please, do not forget to contact one of the chairmen for your session at least 30 mn before the session begins .

Room 1: Méridienne, 350 seats
Room 2: 120 seats
Room 3: 100 seats.

Monday 27 June

Opening ceremony in the presence of the Mayor of Brest, F. Cuillandre
Chair: M. Labbey, Brest Science Park

  • B. Basset, Chair of ATEC-ITS (France)
  • M. Imai, University of Tokyo (Japan)
  • M. Nagao, NICT (Japan)
  • A. Chomette, ENST Bretagne (France)
09:00 - 09:45
Exhibition space inauguration 09:45 - 10:30
plus Plenary Session : ITS policies in Japan, America, Europe and France
Chair: B. Basset, ITS France
10:30 - 12:30
IS-1 ITS policies in Europe
V. Moutal, European Union (Belgium)
10:30 - 11:00
IS-2 Japanese policy and promotion of ITS technology
Y. Miyanaga, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (Japan)
11:00 - 11:30
IS-3 Policy of ITS America
R. Bishop, Bishop Consulting, (USA)
11:30 - 12:00
IS-4 ITS deployments in France
JF. Janin, Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport (France)
12:00 - 12:30
plus Plenary Session : Standardization
Chair: M. Fujise, NICT (Japan)
14:00 - 16:30
IS-5 ICT Standardization - A key driver for ITS
K.H. Rosenbrock, ETSI general manager (Europe)
14:00 - 14:30
IS-6 Frequency management for ITS Telecommunications applications
M. Le Dévendec, ERO (Denmark)
14:30 - 15:00
IS-7 CALM Architecture and Network Protocols
K. Evensen , Q-Free (Norway)
15:00 - 15:30
IS-8 Potentials and Techniques of mobile Internet for Transportation
L. Wolf, Technische Universität Braunschweig (Germany)
15:30 - 16:00
IS-9 IPV6 Network Mobility for ITS usages
T. Ernst, Keio University (Japan)
16:00 - 16:30
plus Poster session 1 : Access control and network issues, ad-hoc networks
Chair: P. Lassudrie-Duchesne, ENST Bretagne (France) - Ü. Özgüner, Ohio State Univ (USA)
17:00 - 18:30
PS1-1 Study on Improving performance of Inter-Vehicle Communication using Packet Priority
Watanabe F., Fujii M., Itami M., Itoh K.
PS1-2 Distributed Channel Assignment in the Wireless Mesh Networks
Zhang B., Tang S., Kado Y., Nozaki M.
PS1-3 Roadside Unit Arrangement for Improving Link-blocking Performance in Road-to-Vehicle Communication Antenna System
Imao M., Tsukamoto K., Komaki S.
PS1-4 A Study on Improving Collision of Incident Information Packets in the Space Division IVC System
Shiba T., Fujii M., Itami M., Itoh K.
PS1-5 Mobile Gateway Concept
Binet D.
PS1-6 Performance Analysis of Peer-to-Peer Application in Ad-Hoc Networks
Choi H.D., Park H.H., Woo M.
PS1-7 Energy-Limited Ad Hoc Network Capacity
Gao C., Jäntti R.
PS1-8 Terminal Development and Algorism Implementation of VHF band Autonomous Multi-Hop System for Advanced Customer-provided Mobile Communications
Shiraki Y., Kikuchi N., Tokuda K., Kojima F., Sugata A., Fujise M.
PS1-9 A Live Light-Weight IPv6 Demonstration Platform for ITS Usages
Ernst T., Kuntz R., Leiber F

Tuesday 28 June

plus Plenary Session : From driving assistance to autonomous vehicles
Chair: Pr Komaki, Osaka University, (Japan)
08:30 - 10:30
IS-10 ITS, the issues: sharing and using information
T. Tanzi, ENST, (France)
08:30 - 9:00
IS-11 The ACTIF project and the development of ITS projects in Brittany
Y. Denis, CERTU-Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport, (France)
09:00 - 9:30
IS-12 Collision warning and sensor data processing in urban areas
C. Mertz, Carnegie Mellon University, (USA)
09:30 - 10:00
IS-13 Experimental results on autonomous mobiles
Ü. Özgüner, Ohio State Univ., ( USA )
10:00 - 10:30
Presentation of a special issue of the "Annals of Telecommunications" on Intelligent Transport Systems.
Oral Session 1 :
plus Transmission technologies - Room 1
Chair: M. Berbineau, INRETS, (France) - C. Berrou, ENST Bretagne, (France)
11:00 - 12:30
OS1-R1-1 High data rate network in automotive over battery power lines
Nouvel F.,Gouret W.,EL Zein G.
11:00 - 11:10
OS1-R1-2 Characterization and Modeling of In-Vehicle Power Line Propagation Channel
Olivas Carrion M., Dégardin V., Liénard M., Degauque P.
11:10 - 11:20
OS1-R1-3 Effects of Transmitting Site Diversity for Road-to-Vehicle Communication Systems
Wada T., Tokinaga J., Saito Y.
11:20 - 11:30
OS1-R1-4 Efficient Turbo-Detection for MIMO Systems with Flat Fading
Idir T. A., Saoudi S., Naja N.
11:30 - 11:40
OS1-R1-5 MIMO iterative system for a video transmission between a bus and a control center
Moniak G., Berbineau M., Chenu Tournier M., Rivenq-Menhaj A.
11:40 - 11:50
OS1-R1-6 Implementation of a localization and communication system dedicated to guided transports
El Hillali Y., Rivenq-Menhaj A., Tatkeu C., Rouvaen J.M.
11:50 - 12:00
OS1-R1-7 Inter-channel interference rejection for maritime AIS system
Berder O., Rostaing P., Burel G.
12:00 - 12:10
OS1-R1-8 Application of Non-binary LDPC codes for Small Packet Transmission in Vehicle Communications
Kimura D., Guilloud F., Pyndiah R.
12:10 - 12:20
OS1-R1-9 Performances of Concatenated Coded OFDM over Propagation Channels suitable for high speed trains
Chennaoui M., Berbineau M., Assaad J., Rivenq A.
12:20 - 12:30
plus Propagation, sensing and UWB technologies - Room 2
Chair: A. Alphones, NTU, (Singapore) - B. Cerdan, Autocruise, (France)
11:00 - 12:30
OS1-R2-1 Ultra-Wideband Short-Range Impulse Radar for Vehicular Applications
Hamaguchi K., Ogawa H., Kohno R.
11:00 - 11:10
OS1-R2-2 Virtual Platform for the Design and the Analysis of the Performance of an Adaptive Cruise Control Radar
Piel G., Peden A., Mallejac P.
11:10 - 11:20
OS1-R2-3 Car Collision Sensor based on a Noise Radar
Deloof P., Laderriere C., Ghys J.P., Rivenq A.
11:20 - 11:30
OS1-R2-4 Target Position Estimation using MMSE for UWB IPCP Receivers
Hatano H., Yamazato T., Okada H., Katayama M.
11:30 - 11:40
OS1-R2-5 UWB Serves Inter-Vehicle Communication and Location
Le Cloirec L., Bocquet B., Benlarbi-Delaï A., Loyez Ch.
11:40 - 11:50
OS1-R2-6 Fast and Accurate Pedestrians Detection by passive Vision Systems
Lefée D., Serais S., Mousser S., Bensrhair A.
11:50 - 12:00
OS1-R2-7 A 360° Beam Steering Antenna For Automotive Applications
Chainon S., Le Garrec L., Himdi M.
12:00 - 12:10
OS1-R2-8 Pedestrian Movement Model for Wireless Propagation Channel
Bozec D., Rowell A., Seller S., Marvin A.
12:10 - 12:20
OS1-R2-9 A Novel System for measuring radiated RF emission from fast moving vehicles in the frequency range of 9kHz to 2.5GHz
Talbi L., Mafutamingi M., Huang Y.
12:20 - 12:30
plus Ad-hoc networks - Room 3
Chair: J. M. Bonnin, ENST Bretagne (France) - T. Ernst, Keio University (Japan)
11:00 - 12:30
OS1-R3-1 Influence of digital systems based on a deterministic channel characterization on Ad-hoc network routing
Delahaye R., Poussard A.M., Pousset Y., Vauzelle R.
11:00 - 11:10
OS1-R3-2 Design and Implementation of a Routing Mechanism for Collecting Real Space Information by Inter-Vehicle Communication
Tasaka K., Imai N., Horiuchi H.
11:10 - 11:20
OS1-R3-3 Multi-Hop Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communications
Nishida T., Eguchi K., Okamoto Y., Warabino T., Ohseki T., Fukuhara T., Saito K.
11:20 - 11:30
OS1-R3-4 Power-Aware Routing to Cope with Communication Gray Zones in Ad hoc Networks
Gao C., Jäntti R.
11:30 - 11:40
OS1-R3-5 Ad hoc communications between intelligent vehicles
Jacquet P., Laouiti A., Viennot L., Bouraoui L., Parent M.
11:40 - 11:50
OS1-R3-6 Evaluation of Routing Protocols for Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks in City Traffic Scenarios
Jaap S., Bechler M., Wolf L.
11:50 - 12:00
OS1-R3-7 Classification for traffic related inter-vehicle messaging
Dötzer F., Kosch T., Strassberger M.
12:00 - 12:10
OS1-R3-8 Intelligent stop light - an example of car to car communication with essential security aspects
Ostermeyer G.P., Rösler K.A.
12:10 - 12:20
OS1-R3-9 The InternetCAR network architecture: Connect vehicles to the Internet using IPv6
Uehara K., Sunahara H., Murai J.
12:20 - 12:30
Poster session 2
plus System architecture and applications
Chair: D. Gunton, BAE, UK - T. Tanzi, ENST (France)
11:00 - 12:30
PS2-1 AReViRoad: a traffic simulator to test intelligent transportation systems
Herviou D., Maisel E.
PS2-2 Improving the Performance of Railway Freight Transport with Radio Communication Means
Barcelo A.-C.
PS2-3 High Order Statistic Estimators For Speech Processing
Mansour A., Martin A.
PS2-4 On the Use of Reconfigurable Devices for Designing Embedded Electronic Systems
Graton G., Le Roux Y.
PS2-5 Application of ITS-T in public services of urban areas the case of "Brest métropole océane"
Stouff A.
PS2-6 Adaptive Application for Mobile Network Environment
Mitsuya K., Isomura M., Uehara K., Murai J.
PS2-7 A Novel Memory Architecture for Telecommunication Server
Wang N.
PS2-8 Design and Implementation for Telematics Test Bed
Kim B., Choi W.
PS2-9 Correction of the phase data from a stand-alone dual frequency GPS receiver
Lassudrie-Duchesne P., Fleury R.
Plenary session
plus Novel trends for transportation systems
Chair: G. Gallais, INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis (France)
14:00 - 15:30
IS-14 Novel trends for transportation systems
R. Pagny, Ministry for Infrastructure and Transport (France)
14:00 - 14:30
IS-15 Real-Time Geographical Information Systems for ITS
C. Claramunt, Naval Academy Research Institute (France)
14:30 - 15:00
IS-16 PReVENT: A European program to improve active safety
M. Schulze, Daimler-chrysler (Germany)
15:00 - 15:30
Oral session 2 - 1st part
plus Antennas and propagation (1) - Room 1
Chair: G. Landrac, ENST Bretagne (France) - K. Sato, NIC (Japan)
16:00 - 17:00
OS2-R1-A1 Multihop communication characteristics of WACNet (Wireless Ad ho Community Network) test system based on IEEE802.11g and ESPAR antenna
Watanabe M., Tanaka S., Komiyama B., Obana S., Fujise M.
16:00 - 16:10
OS2-R1-A2 Performance of Wireless LAN (IEEE802.11a) in Inter-Vehicle Communications
Maurer J., Knoerzer S., Fügen T., Wiesbeck W.
16:10 - 16:20
OS2-R1-A3 On-Chip Integrated Antennas for WPAN Applications
Pons M., Touati F., SENN P.
16:20 - 16:30
OS2-R1-A4 Comparison of some antennas for automotive long range radars at millimeter wavelengths
Jehamy E., Landrac G., Résibois M., Ney M.
16:30 - 16:40
OS2-R1-A5 An Experimental Study on Antenna Arrangements in Inter-Vehicle Communications using IEEE 802.11g with Omni-Directional Antenna
Takeuchi T., Nagai T., Nagaosa T., Mizui K.
16:40 - 16:50
Short Break 16:50 - 17:00
plus Access control and network issues (1) - Room 2
Chair: K. Evensen, Q-free (Norway)- Yan Zhang, NICT (Singapore)
16:00 - 17:00
OS2-R2-A1 Radio Agent Realizing User Utility-based Resource Allocation for Spot RVC System
Minoda Y., Kaji T., Handa Y., Tsukamoto K., Komaki S.
16:00 - 16:10
OS2-R2-A2 A Framework of Real-Time CSMA Protocol for Inter-vehicle communication
Tashiro H., Dobashi K., Takahashi T., Asatani K., Tominaga H.
16:10 - 16:20
OS2-R2-A3 Wireless Broadcasting Performance in an urban intersection
Avila A., Korkmaz G., Ekici E., Ozgüner F., Ozgüner U.
16:20 - 16:30
OS2-R2-A4 A New Taxi Ride Service for the Forthcoming Generation of Intelligent Transportation Systems
Frattasi S., Fathi H., Gimmler A., Fitzek F., Prasad R.
16:30 - 16:40
OS2-R2-A5 On MAC and Routing Protocols Cooperation for Inter-Vehicle Communications
Menouar H., Lenardi M., Filali F.
16:40 - 16:50
Short Break 16:50 - 17:00
plus System architecture and applications (1) - Room 3
Chair: T. Nishida, KDDI Corporation (Japan) - G. Segarra, Renault (France)
16:00 - 17:00
OS2-R3-A1 Simulating the traffic effects of vehicle-to-vehicule messaging systems
Schroth C., Dötzer F., Kosch T., Ostermaier B., Strassberger M.
16:00 - 16:10
OS2-R3-A2 MILTRANS - Millimetric Transceivers for Transport Applications
Gunton D.J., Pirollo B.P., Brown A.C., Kumar B., Powell J., Bannister D.C., Barnes A., Pansegrouw D., Gardner P., Constantinou C., Lee E., Lee A., Lee T.Y., Hunt R.C., Stacey A.G., Moss C.J.
16:10 - 16:20
OS2-R3-A3 On Providing Security for an Open Telematics Platform
Eichler S., Billion J., Maier R., Vögel H.J., Kroh R., Lonc B.
16:20 - 16:30
OS2-R3-A4 A Component-based Software Infrastructure for Contextual Transportation Applications
Flissi A., Gransart C., Merle P.
16:30 - 16:40
OS2-R3-A5 On the Flexibility and Scalability of Multiprocessor Embedded System Design for Emerging in-Vehicle Applications
Baghdadi A., Le Roux Y.
16:40 - 16:50
Short Break 16:50 - 17:00
Oral session 2 - 2nd part
plus Antennas and propagation (2) - Room 1
Chair: G. Landrac, ENST Bretagne (France) - K. Sato, NIC (Japan)
17:05 - 18:05
OS2-R1-B1 Deterministic Propagation Modelling inside Aircraft Cabins
Diaz N. R., Perez B.S., Fontan F.P.
17:05 - 17:15
OS2-R1-B2 Mobile Radio Channels Characterization based on Wideband SIMO 1x8Measurements at 2.2 GHz
Farhat H., Cosquer R., Guillet J., EL Zein G.
17:15 - 17:25
OS2-R1-B3 An Open Area Channel Model for Mobile-to-Mobile Dedicated Short Range Communications
Teh H., Takeshita O.Y.
17:25 - 17:35
OS2-R1-B4 Propagation Characteristics for Millimeter-Wave High-Speed Spot Communication System
Sato K., Fujise M.
17:35 - 17:45
OS2-R1-B5 Channel Modeling for a High-Speed Train OFDM Communication Link Supporting High Data Rates
Knoerzer S., Maurer J., Vogeler S., Wiesbeck W., Kammeyer K.D.
17:45 - 17:55
OS2-R1-B6 A processing method for improving the mutual coupling precision
Letestu Y., Mahdjoubi K., Sharaiha A., Chainon S.
17:55 - 18:05
plus Access control and network issues (2) - Room 2
Chair: K. Evensen, Q-free (Norway) - Yan Zhang, NICT (Singapore)
17:05 - 18:05
OS2-R2-B1 Location Management Congestion Problem in Public Transport System
Zhang Y., Fujise M.
17:05 - 17:15
OS2-R2-B2 Multiple Network Interfaces Management for Mobile Routers
Suciu L., Bonnin J.M., Guillouard K., Ernst T.
17:15 - 17:25
OS2-R2-B3 SARDINE: A Dynamic and Autonomous Mobile Multi-Hop Communication Terminal for Customer-Provided Communications on VHF Band
Kojima F., Sugata A., Fujise M.
17:25 - 17:35
OS2-R2-B4 Access Deferring Protocols of Reflect-transmission Control for Vehicle-PEdestrian Communications (VPEC)
Okada Y., Nakase F., Okada H.
17:35 - 17:45
OS2-R2-B5 IVAN services aided by new 3P-AAA Framework and Diameter Application
Ganchev I., McEvoy F., O'Droma M.
17:45 - 17:55
OS2-R2-B6 A Novel Downlink Scheduling Algorithm for DSRC Networks Supporting ITS Applications
Shih H.T., Chang C.J., Cheng R.G., Chen Y.S.
17:55 - 18:05
plus System architecture and applications (2) - Room 3
Chair: T. Nishida, KDDI Corporation (Japan) - G. Segarra, Renault (France)
17:05 - 18:05
OS2-R3-B1 Hybridised GNSS and Cellular Positioning for ITS Services
Schettino M., Sansone F.
17:05 - 17:15
OS2-R3-B2 Development of ADS-B mode S prototype system for mobile vehicles surveillance on the airport surface
Mirri A., Frullone M., Carciofi C.
17:15 - 17:25
OS2-R3-B3 Telematics at the rescue of road safety
Ségarra G.
17:25 - 17:35
OS2-R3-B4 Disabled people transportation assistance in a reconfigurable ambient computing environment
Rossi A., Berrue P., Belabbas A., Philippe J.L.
17:35 - 17:45
OS2-R3-B5 The RAMPE Project: Interactive, Auditive Information System for the Mobility of Blind People in Public Transports
Baudoin G., Venard O., Uzan G., Rousseau A., Benabou Y., Paumier A., Cesbron J.
17:45 - 17:55
OS2-R3-B6 The choice of a telematic architecture to support the pan European Emergency call in a car context.
Lecoutteux A., Denoo A.
17:55 - 18:05
Poster session 3
plus Transmission technologies and ITS applications
Chair: G. Burel, LEST-UBO (France) - G. El Zein, IETR-Rennes (France)
PS3-1 Performance Of MC-CDMA Signals on Low-Cost Radio-Over-Fibre Link
Alphones A., Hung P. Q., Fujise M.
PS3-2 Serial Interference Cancellation receiver for Optical CDMA systems
Goursaud C., Julien-Vergonjanne A., Zouine Y., Morelle M., Aupetit-Berthelemot C., Cances J.P., Dumas J.M.
PS3-3 Multimedia Transmission System Based on Inter-Vehicle Communications Technologies
Nakabayashi S., Hoshina S., Abe S., Tokuda K.
PS3-4 Adaptive modulation over OFDM/CDMA with imperfect Channel State Information
Demarez A., Delignon Y., Boulinguez D.
PS3-5 Performance comparison of different spreading codes for downlink MC-CDMA system in frequency selective fading channel
El Ghazi H., Garnier C., Delignon Y.
PS3-6 Low cost FPGA implementation of 2D multicomponent wavelet transform for wireless video transmission
Blanchard Y., Venard O., Lionti R., Popon X.
PS3-7 Influence of the sea surface on electromagnetic propagation in a sea transport context
Ayari M.Y., Khenchaf A., Coatanhay A.
PS3-8 Interoperable Electronic Fee Collection in Europe: a multi-dimensional puzzle
Caneschi F., Lungonelli L.
PS3-9 Vehicle Communications for Safety: E-Call and Automatic Crash Notification
Horncastle D., Weinstock R.
PS3-10 Satellite Application for Education
Kondo K., Osawa N., Shibuya T., Asai K.
PS3-11 The NaCoS System
Convert M.N.

Wednesday 29 June

Plenary Session
Chair : G. Wen, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (China)
08:45 - 09:30
IS-17 Presentation of GIS ITS Bretagne
P. Bosc, Director of GIS ITS Bretagne, (France)
IS-18 ITS research in public transports, the needs and some INRETS answers
M. Berbineau, Alix Gicquel, INRETS, (France)
Plenary Session 10:00 - 11:30
Round table: Perspectives for ITS vehicle manufacturer
"The ITST market: Which technologies and services ? What are the public's and the professionals' expectations? Which business models?"

led by Laurent Meillaud, an ITS journalist, with the participation of AU (KDDI), BMW, Daimler-Chrysler, FT&RD, Nissan, Orange, Peugeot, Renault, MAN.
Plenary Session 11:30 - 11:45
Concluding Conference
A. Chomette, ENST Bretagne (France)
Departure for the technical tours 13:00
Technical Tours
  • The Monge, a test and measurement ship in the domain of trajectory calculation, tracking and analysis radars. Brest Area Control Center in the field of air traffic control.
  • Brest science park (1): ENST Bretagne in the field of training and research. + Autocruise in the field of vehicle driving assistance.
  • Brest science park (2): IFREMER in the field of the Ocean and the Environment.
  • Thales Aerospace Division in the field of Defense Electronics
End of technical tour, return to airport or hotels
(17:30 plane departure to Paris-Orly)