First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
ITS Australia, host of the National electronic Tolling Conference (NeTC), has confirmed New South Wales Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight, Melinda Pavey will participate at this year’s event and will make an official address at the Conference Dinner in Sydney.
The two day annual NeTC Forum takes place in Sydney on 23-25 May, themed Converging Smarter Tolling Technologies and is the main road tolling event in Asia Pacific and will feature more than 40 Australian and international speakers.
ITS Australia has developed the program, now into its 13th year, to provide industry with a platform to discuss and share transport technology solutions for the benefit of business and customers.
NeTC speakers will include government, industry and academia and covers a range of subject areas including road user charging reform, consumer approaches, local and international projects and smart cities.
In addition to Minister Pavey, NeTC 2017 speakers include: Philip Davies, chief executive, Infrastructure Australia; Jon Ramirez, director tolling worldwide, Cubic Transportation Systems; Andy Tay, senior bids and project manager, Kapsch TrafficCom; Mark Byrne, head of customer experience, Transurban; Knut Everson, chief technologist, Q-Free.