• Matteo Pettinari

    Special Consultant, The Danish Road Directorate

    Bio: 

    Dr. Matteo Pettinari is Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Transportation and Highway Engineering from University of Bologna. Matteo works as special consultant at the Danish Road Directorate (DRD) and leads a project focused on road condition assessment based on data from connected cars (LiRA) supported by the Danish Innovation Fund.  

    Title of presentation: 

    Live Road Condition Assessment via Car Sensors  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    The talk outlines the development of a road condition assessment method based on in-vehicle sensor readings oriented toward the implementation of an Integrated Pavement Management Systems (PMSs) where different type of data is complementary used.
     

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    • IDA Hall
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by DTU

      The goal of the session is to discuss how software & process models can use data to fine-tune the systems and hence the business in digital transformation. In this context, “models” are meant in a broad sense: conceptual representations of behaviour or structure.

      Program:
      Introduction: Andrea Burattin, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: “Live Road Condition Assessment via Car Sensors)”, Matteo Pettinari, Special Consultant, The Danish Road Directorate, Vejdirektoratet
      Scientific Talk: "Software Architecture for Big Data Collection”, Shahrzad M. Pour, Postdoctoral Researcher, “Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Business Talk: “Business Process Mining – Leveraging Process Models in Large Scale Transformation Journeys”, Julian Lebherz, A.P. Moller – Maersk
      Scientific Talk: “Workflow Management – Model-based Software Engineering – Digital Twins: Enacting Models for Acting on Data”, Ekkart Kindler, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Debate: “What are the Data Integration Challenges in Employing Process and Software models in Digital Transformation? Participants: Julian Lebherz, Matteo Pettinari, Ekkart Kindler, Shahrzad M. Pour

      Session coordinator: Shahrzad M. Pour, Postdoctoral Researcher, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Facilitator: Andrea Burattin, Associate Professor, Software and Process Engineering, DTU Compute
      Software & Process Models: A Gateway to Digital Transformation
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