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Activity 2: GIS and GIS-Applications - Projects

TRACECA: Transport Corridor Europe Caucasus Asia (2005 - 2006)

Client:  Permanent Secretariat of the IGC TRACECA (Baku)
Partner:  Dornier Consulting (Friedrichshafen)

The TRACECA Programme was launched in 1993 to implement a programme of European Union (EU) funded technical assistance (TA) to develop a transport corridor on a west - east axis from Europe, across the Black Sea, through the Caucasus and the Caspian Sea to Central Asia, retaining the following objectives:

  • To support the political and economic independence of the republics by enhancing their capacity to access European and World markets through alternative transport routes

  • To encourage further regional co-operation among the partner states

  • To increasingly use TRACECA as a catalyst to attract the support of International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and private investors

  • To link the TRACECA route with the Trans - European Networks (TENs)

  • The TRACECA programme is financed by the European Commission, Directorate General External Relations, Europe and the Newly Independant States, Common Foreign and Security Policy, External Service Transcaucasis and Central Asia.

    To date, the TRACECA space covers the countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Romania, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, plus recently Iran, Turkmenistan and Afghanistan (TRACECA Member States).

    The Permanent Secretariat of the IGC TRACECA commissioned RRG for the revision of the existing transport database, as well as for preparatory works for the introduction of a GIS. The overall objective of this activity was to develop a concept for the re-structuring of the present TRACECA database in order to satisfy two main criteria: (I) to pave the way for the introduction of a GI-system, and (II) to take into account the needs for future data collection from the TRACECA member states.

    The overall project was subdivided into the following tasks:
    1. Development of a new database schema for the conversion of the existing non-spatial database into a GIS-format

    2. Conversion of the existing data into a format suitable for GI-systems

    3. Proposals for the selection of an appropriate GI-system

    4. Definition of steps necessary for the introduction of the GIS

      • The TRACECA database comprises the main transport arteries of the TRACECA Member States, regional boundaries, cities and point locations as well as socio-demographic and socio-economic base data.

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    Futher Information:  Contact persons for this project is Carsten Schürmann. Secretary General at the IGC TRACECA is Mrs. Lyudmila Trenkova.

    Links on the web:  TRACECA webpage

    Other projects in this field of competence:

    INTERCONNECT Planning Tools for Public Transport (2019 - 2020)
    Concept for a German-Danish spatial monitoring system (2017)
    eMISK II - Improvements to Beatona portal (2015)
    POIs for the Greater Bremen Region (2015)
    ESPON UpTeMo (2014)
    Purchasing Power Analysis for a Shopping Centre Location in the City of Duisburg, Northrhine-Westfalia (2013)
    Service Area Analysis for City Location in Langenfeld, Northrhine-Westfalia (2013)
    Accessibility Potential of German Regions (2012)
    GeoCensus Kuwait (2011 - 2013)
    ITS Deployment Plan & HTMS Riyadh (2010 - 2011)
    Environmental Monitoring Information System Kuwait (eMISK) (2009 - 2012)
    Accessibility of Zillertal (2008)
    East West Window Maps (2008)
    Central Baltic Sea Region Maps (2007)
    Volkswagen AutoMuseum: Isochrones Maps for the Cities of Wolfsburg and Leipzig (2006 - 2007)
    Interaction data and regional data (2003)
    RRG GIS Database (2003)
    VietTrain: Toolbox for Railway Planning and Railway Management in Vietnam (2003 - 2004)
    National Atlas Germany (2000 - 2004)
    Railway and road isochrones for Berlin and Hannover (1999 - 2000)
    Interfaces between GIS, Transport Models and other Simulation Models (1997 - 2004)
    Trans-European Transport Networks (1996 - 2004)

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