What are the critical transportation issues facing the world’s current and future infrastructure needs? How do we develop a safer, more efficient, sustainable and equitable transportation system in communities and cities around the world?
Join global leaders from across the multi-faceted intelligent transportation spectrum — technology providers, government, associations, academia, OEMs, service providers and telecoms — at the ITS World Congress 2017 to find out. Engage in valuable discussions, make vital connections, share your insights, seek out new partners and investors and collaborate on solutions that will drive the next generation of ITS.
This year’s ITS World Congress, produced by ITS America in conjunction with ITS Canada and co-organised by ITS Europe and ITS Asia-Pacific, and being held at the Palais des congrés de Montréal convention centre from 29 October to 2 November, is shaping up to be a very successful event: compared to previous ITS World Congress’, registration numbers are up and the number of companies that will be exhibitors will also be larger than previous events.
The Smart Cities Pavilion will be the centrepiece of the ITS World Congress Montréal and visitors will experience some of the best examples of transportation infrastructure solutions from around the globe. As the epicenter of the event’s Exhibit Hall experience, the Smart Cities Pavilion will be where connected cities and intelligent transportation come to life. This dynamic and interactive area will showcase next-generation integrated mobility solutions and the latest innovations in traffic management, roadways, rail, parking, bike share, car share, transit, traveller information, connected and autonomous vehicles
The Exhibit Hall will also showcase the latest advances and solutions from exhibitors from around the world in an ITS market that is projected to reach $143 billion by 2020. The event will offer participants and companies — representing the entire spectrum of an ever-growing ITS world — unparalleled opportunities for B2B and B2G networking and business growth.
The Congress programme will feature a comprehensive range of Plenary and Executive Sessions, Technical and Scientific presentations, and Special Interest Sessions – some 255 sessions in all over the course of the event.
There will ample opportunity for delegates to get hands on experience and insight into a comprehensive Demonstration programme which features some 24 separate demonstrations in and around the convention centre and on the streets of Montréal, while the Technical Tours programme includes both traffic management and transit management centres, two major reconstruction projects that are using innovative technologies and strategies to maintain traffic operations during construction, and the Canadian national crash test facility.
To find out more about the 2017 ITS World Congress Montréal and to register for this unmissable event, visit www.itsworldcongress2017.org