ITS World Congress Copenhagen, the early bird gets the worm, but time is running out!
Dear ITS Sweden member,
The 25th Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) World Congress will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 17-21 September 2018. With “ITS – Quality of Life” as its main theme, at this year’s Congress you will have the opportunity to join the discussion on how transport and mobility solutions can contribute to a higher quality of life in our cities.
If you register before 2 July 2018 and you are a member of ITS Sweden you will receive a reduction of up to 25% on the registration fee. Don’t miss out on this offer and register now by following this link
This year, the ITS World Congress programme is packed with interesting topics ranging from intelligent transport and the environment to cross-border mobility solutions. Within these topics, discussions will touch on how to put citizens at the centre of smart mobility, to put in place effective strategies to deliver cooperative, connected and automated mobility, and to increase safety in transport.
In addition to joining the discussion on the latest trends and hottest topics in transport, you will also be able to learn from demonstrations of the cutting-edge ITS technologies currently being developed globally and visit an exhibition of over 400 companies and organisations from all over the world, showcasing their intelligent transport and smart city technologies and solutions.
Are you interested in making mobility systems more efficient and sustainable? Then the ITS World Congress is the ideal place for you to join in this important conversation, share your knowledge and learn about the latest technologies and policy developments globally. At the Congress you will be able to meet with like-minded enthusiasts and leading experts to forge new partnerships and push forward the intelligent transport agenda.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to Copenhagen, where together we will help to make sure that Intelligent Transport Systems improve the quality of life in cities and better serve the needs of urban transport users.