supported by

Traffic Management as a Service
| INTRODUCTION

 

 

GHENT, a vibrant city in East-Flanders

BUILD A TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT CENTRE

FROM SCRATCH.

 

 

$ 15.000

$ 55.000

$ 3.000.000

WHY ARE WE TRYING TO

COMPETE

 

 

DON'T COMPETE

COLLABORATE! CHALLENGE!

 

 

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AS A SERVICE

www.TMaaS.eu

 

No need to invest

for years.

 

 

in rooms.

in camera's.

in screens.

Just subscribe.

 

 

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

External

OUTPUT

External

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

GHENT

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

HIRAKLION

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

SZEGED

INPUT

PROCESS

OUTPUT

BAGHDAD

Traffic Management as a Service

Monitoring and Evaluation

file sharing

project management

discussions

collaborative tools 

Traffic Management as a Service

Day to day project monitoring

Traffic Management as a Service

Co-Working space in Ghent

Peer evaluation

 

 

collaboration

progress

atmosphere

Peer evaluation

 

 

Partner evaluation by project owner

and project manager

 

 

Quality Check

 

Validation and control of deliverables

deliverable X

deliverable on itself

within platform

review by partners

check by architect

check by Project Manager

Reimbursement of deliverable costs

Put as FYI on agenda of project advisory board

TMaaS evaluation

Constructivist

 

 

 

 

 

 

Result Oriented

 

 

 

 

 

Project Management

Barco Business Methodology: Block Vision Processing Model

Technical Solutions

S M A R T methodology

Communication to all stakeholders

Reporting

Complementary approaches

Evaluation of existing solutions or services

Context research partner city

Context research radical different circumstances

Human Centered Design Approach 

Constructivist approach

specific

measurable

achievable

relevant

timely

The existing landscape

| Evaluation of existing solutions or services

 

 

 

 

 

SWOT analysis

 

Recycle, integrate existing solutions and services

 

Constructivist approach

specific

measurable

achievable

relevant

timely

Existing Landscape

| Study of TMC's worldwide

 

 

 

 

 

Objectives & Requirement of TMC's worldwide

 

Create a framework to iteratively monitor the TMaaS solution against these findings

Constructivist approach

specific

measurable

achievable

relevant

timely

Human Centered Design Approach

| Study of Citizen's needs

 

 

 

 

 

In depth study of information & communication needs of citizens, including co-creation, prototyping and testing

 

Create a framework to iteratively monitor the TMaaS solution against these findings

Result Oriented Approach

specific

measurable

achievable

relevant

timely

Result Oriented Approach

specific

measurable

achievable

relevant

timely

Sustainable Mobility Indicators

| Transferable

 

Follow relevant changes in the mobility system for city operators and citizens for years to come

Applicable in different contexts

 

 

Traffic Management as a Service
| info@TMaaS.eu

UIA workshop - 15/11

By Pieter Morlion

UIA workshop - 15/11

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