Presentation

Report
P4ITS KICK-OFF MEETING
Sébastien Mure
Project coordinator
Welcome!
Presentation
• P4ITS
• ERTICO partnership
• Tour de table
Benef.
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Short name
ERTICO
NDR
NDR
ATE
ATE
ASFINAG
CTAG
FTA
VTT
EARDA
ITSB
VERONA
TUDOR
ITS SWEDEN
STA
STA
LIGURIA
LIGURIA
LIGURIA
OHLC
TOPOS
First name
Sébastien
Lasse
Svend
Katharina
Bianca
Eva
Jose Manuel
Kari
Juka
Melinda
Imad
Arnaldo
Gérald
Christer
Ida
Anna
Jacopo
Cristina
Silvia
Emilio
Jean-Philippe
Family name
Mure
Stender
Tofting
Zwick
Kapl
Hackl
Martinez
Hiltunen
Laitinen
Mátrai
Fhail
Vecchietti
Arnould
Karlsson
Sundvakt
Haraldsson
Riccardi
Battaglia
Risso
Cacheiro
Méchin
Objectives of the meeting
Project objectives
• Start of the network
• Mutual learning and training
WP Objectives
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Trigger the networking function
Identify main specific points for discussion
Agree on the planning for the first period
Prepare framework for accession of new partners
Day 1 Agenda
12:00 – 13:00
Arrival of the participants and lunch
First network session
Objectives:
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13:00 – 17:30 
(Break around
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15:00)
17:30
Welcome and presentation of all network participants
Contractual and administrative aspects
Presentation of legal aspects organised by meeting host
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Definition of PPI
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Agreement on network objectives
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Presentation by participants of expectations and objectives
End then Network dinner
Day 2 Agenda
Second network session
Objectives
08:30 – 13:00 
(break around
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10:00)
13:00 – 14:00
Establishment of detailed list of topics for network
Agreement on new partners application process
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Agreement on 2014 work plan and dates of meetings
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ITS Helsinki Special Session
Lunch and departure
Contractual and administrative issues
• Contract finalised
– GA, part A, part B (DoW)
– All parties have accessed to Grant Agreement
• No consortium agreement
• Budget and payment of pre-financing
• Project work plan
Management of the network
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Project coordinator
Management team
Internal communication
P4ITS Website
Communication, press release
What is Public Procurement of
Innovation?
Definition
“PPI refers to procurement where contracting
authorities act as a launching customer (early
adopter) to purchase/deploy innovative goods or
services that are newly arriving on the market and
which are not yet available on a large-scale
commercial basis. The aim of EU funding for PPIs is
to speed up wide diffusion of innovative solutions by
encouraging cooperation between procurers across
Europe through cross-border coordinated (or joint)
procurement to deploy the first batches of innovative
solutions that are newly arriving on the European
market.”
Source: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/pcp/links_en.html
Innovation partnerships in the new Public
Procurement Directives
Morten Kroon
Attorney-at-law and partner with the law firm
Kammeradvokaten, legal advisor to the Danish
Government
Objectives of the network
• Review
• Confirmation with the updated context
• Opportunity to prepare cross-border PPI supported by
the European Union
• Definition of key discussion topics
Review of partners inputs
and discussion
• The main framework of your activity leading to your
interest in PPI
• Your experience in public procurement of innovation
solutions, and possibly the difficulties you see with those.
Potential experience in PPI programme.
• Legal framework of PPI in your country
Day 2 Agenda
Second network session
Objectives
08:30 – 13:00 
(break around

10:00)
13:00 – 14:00
Establishment of detailed list of topics for network
Agreement on new partners application process

Agreement on 2014 work plan and dates of meetings

ITS Helsinki Special Session
Lunch and departure
Key discussion topics
• Legal questions related to public procurement of innovative
ITS
• Procurement issues for those innovative ITS as identified
• Wider integration of PPI in the context of other instruments at
regional or national level
• Interoperability and certification
• Identification and mitigation strategies for risks related to
– Technology lock-in
– Interoperability
– Compatibility with legacy systems
– Backward compatibility
– Technical maintenance
Criteria
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Relevance
Complexity
European added value
Potential achievement
New partners application process
• Establishment of criteria:
• Public entity or road operator
• Interest and knowledge on PPI (to establish win – win
approach)
• No additional budget available
• Should actively participate and contribute
• Should be agreed by the partners
• The network should remain at an “manageable” size
Potential applicants
• CHARM project (RWS- Highways Agency)
• SYNCRO project (Conseil Général de l’Isère)
Work plan
• Revision of work plan
• Next meeting: date, location, review
of objectives
• Next WP: work plan and objectives
• Next meetings hosting
Dissemination
• Helsinki ITS European Congress
• Special Session on PPI

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