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CCTT WG on IT development (CCTT WG ITD)
The Working Group on Information Technology Development (CCTT WG ITD) was established following the 19th Plenary Meeting of the “Coordination Council on Trans-Siberian Transportation” International Association (CCTT), which took place on September 30, 2010 in Bratislava (Slovakia) to solve development of a conceptual scheme of information interaction and unified technical rules for the exchange of electronic data on the Trans-Siberian Railway, as well as in the framework of the Electronic Train project.
The main tasks of the CCTT WG ITD are:
Development of proposals for the organization of the transportation of "electronic" freight trains on pilot routes with fixed train paths.
Promotion for the introduction of electronic legally significant document flow using electronic digital signature within the common space of the Trans-Siberian route, taking into account the national legal databases of transport participants, as well as the rules for the exchange of electronic documents
On regular workshops held by the CCTT WG ITD, issues related to the development and implementation of information technologies to improve the competitiveness of rail transport on the Trans-Siberian route are reviewed and solved.
As part of the annually CCTT Plenary Meetings, the updated work plan and composition of the CCTT ITD are approved.
Work plan and composition of the ССTT WG ITD for 2018-2019
By the efforts of the CCTT WG ITD members implement technical solutions to ensure the mutual recognition of the electronic digital signature (EDS) of different jurisdictions. Technological issues of the application of this scheme in international transport are partially provided in the framework of the development of technology of electronic preliminary information of the customs bodies of the Customs Union.
Within the framework of the CCTT “Electronic train” project, railway and operator companies - members of the CCTT are working in the following areas:
• introduction of electronic legally significant documents into the technological processes of rail transportation and ensuring mutual recognition of EDS of different jurisdictions;
• development and implementation of electronic cargo protection technologies;
the use of "electronic seals" and the introduction of GLONASS technologies on pilot container trains going from China to Europe.