NEWS

Registration now open for the Final Conference!

Register HERE for securing your place at the final conference scheduled on the 26th October 2018 between 09:00 - 18:00. The event will take place at “The Square Brussels Centre” (rue Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels). Registrations will close on the 22nd October. The detailed agenda will be available at the beginning of October.

SAVE THE DATE for the Final Conference!

The GoF4R Final Conference will take place on the 26th of October in Brussels. It will be a combined event with the ST4RT project. More information will follow soon!

Read the project's first Newsletter!

In November 2017, GoF4R partners released their first newsletter, explaining the progress that was made until the middle of the project and what is to come. To read the project's first newsletter click HERE.

GoF4R presented during IT-TRANS 2018

GoF4R was presented during IT-TRANS 2018, which took place from the 6-8th March 2018. For the full presentation click HERE.

GoF4R presented during Stakeholders Workshop with the European ITS Platform (EU EIP)

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On the 30th March 2017, the scope of GoF4R was explained through a presentation of UITP on interoperability issues during a stakeholders workshop with the European ITS Platform (EU EIP).

GoF4R Represented through two papers at TRA2018!

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GoF4R was represented during the 7th Transport Research Arena event, which took place in Vienna from 16-19 April 2018, through two papers that were submitted. One paper was presented as a podium presentation, which can be downloaded HERE and the other one as a poster presentation, which can be downloaded HERE.

GoF4R presented during IRFC 2017

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The International Rail Forum & Сonference 2017, organised by Oltis Group, brought together over 230 participants to discuss on topics focused on Competitiveness and Cooperation, Digitalisation in Railway Transport, Interoperability – TAF/TAP TSI Implementation, Innovation – European Railway Research and Development, Integration (focusing on Central and Eastern Europe). The conference took place between the 21 – 24. March 2017 in Prague.

White Paper on transportation and sustainability

GoF4R presents a White Paper written by the project academic partners Siemers and colleagues from the University of Sheffield. This paper outlines how the GoF4R project will make a considerable contribution towards improved transportation system in Europe to make it more sustainable, resource-efficient, and user-oriented.To download the full version of the paper published in August 2017 click HERE.

GoF4R Presented at the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in Montreal

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The Global Public Transport Summit (GPTS), held on 15-17 May 2017, was an event covering all urban and regional transport modes. It combined a full programme of congress sessions with an exhibition of the latest solutions, innovations and products in public transport and urban mobility. GoF4R was presented during the session “Deploying innovation across the public transport sector”, giving the opportunity to show and collect feedback on the Interoperability Framework from the EU and global stakeholders. You can find the presentation HERE

Within the event, GoF4R has also been presented and debated in the Academic Poster Session with the presentation on ‘Interoperability and governance of IT solutions for attractive railway and multimodal transport services: the point of view of EU research’. To view the poster click HERE.

GoF4R represented in 12th ITS European Congress

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During the 12th ITS European Congress that took place in Strasbourg between 19-22 June 2017, GoF4R was represented through a paper called "Interoperability Framework and Governance enabling Mobility as a Service", which can be downloaded HERE.

Project kick-off successfully held

The kick-off meeting of the GoF4R project was successfully held on the 29th November in Brussels, at the Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie, combined with the kick-off meeting of another Shift2Rail IP4 Open Call project: ST4RT.

   

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No: 730844

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