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has extended its deadline for papers and session submissions to 15 March for the 2018 annual meeting in Detroit. It is seeking high-quality papers for the technical programme to narrate the Transportation 2.0 theme.
Submissions should be related to Connectivity, Autonomy and the Future of Transportation; Cybersecurity and Privacy Opportunities and Challenges and; Electrification and Infrastructure. They can also be based on Regulatory and Financial Challenges Related to Deployment of ITS Technologies; The Impacts and Opportunities of Big Data and; Transportation Systems Operation.
Selected speakers will receive discounted registration fees. More information is available on the website.