Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management
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Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Intertraffic Amsterdam is undisputedly considered the leading global trade & knowledge event on smart mobility, infrastructure, traffic management, safety and parking.

The 2020 edition will feature close to 900 exhibitors spread over 13 exhibit halls, supplemented by a free to attend 120 session strong educational component, the Intertraffic Summit & Demonstration Programme. Intertraffic Amsterdam will be staged from 21 to 24 April 2020 in RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Global mobility community meet up

Intertraffic Amsterdam 2020 is expected to welcome around 35,000 global traffic and mobility professionals from no less than 140 countries. Exhibiting and visiting participants range from technology suppliers, solution vendors, system integrators and service providers to government authorities, trade associations and research institutes. All major stakeholders groups involved in creating and maintaining a liveable, sustainable mobile world will be represented.

Joyce de Winter, Exhibition Manager of Intertraffic Amsterdam is excited: “The traditional sectors are smartly and quickly reinventing themselves and therewith reclaiming their part with impact. Moreover, the industry dynamics of the mobility ecosystem are changing rapidly. With new opportunities come new players and we are very proud and excited to see “next level” providers join our community. Intertraffic takes a key role as matchmaker as well as significant knowledge and best practice multiplier. It gives us great satisfaction to contribute to the mobility transition by enabling visitors to take home so many new insights.”

Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Official hosts of Smart Mobility Programme and ITSUP

Following the 2018 edition, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and Rijkswaterstaat are once again joining forces in 2020 to take part in Intertraffic. They will both be located in Hall 8 (the Smart Mobility Hall), exhibiting along with other public and private parties from the Netherlands under the joint label Smart Mobility, Dutch Reality.

They will also be hosting the Smart Mobility Summit programme, which features a large number of informative sessions on current developments in the field, paying particular attention to the great mobility opportunities offered by digitisation and data.

The Ministry and Rijkswaterstaat’s hosting of this programme and of ITSUP emphasises the importance they accord to innovation, national and international cooperation, standardisation, and upscaling. The focus is on tackling mobility issues in relation to today’s urban problems: increasing urbanisation and pressure on available space, safety, climate change and sustainability. In other words, ‘safe, smart and sustainable mobility’ as the key theme.

Intertraffic Summit, knowledge & best practices

Intertraffic’s free to attend knowledge & best practice programme has been significantly expanded. This year’s edition will feature no less than three Summit theatres, an open stage for demonstrations, a network area to meet up with speakers and an indoor demonstration area with direct access to the parking deck for driving demos. There will be a variety of formats such as pitches, presentations, workshops and debates on solutions for the ever-growing accessibility, safety and climate problems.

Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Rethink the system and mitigate negative mobility effects together

The traffic technology and automotive industry are undergoing significant technological transformations with cooperation and data sharing becoming key aspects. The Summit Programme will offer participants the necessary tools to facilitate the mobility transition they are in. Attendees can gather information on mobility innovations and the latest product developments, find solutions to mobility challenges, seek business opportunities or potential partners, get expert advice and debate with other stakeholders.

Highlights of the Summit Programme

A mix of public and private organisations will sketch a balanced picture of challenges and opportunities, offering learnings to anyone involved in the mobility scene. Pioneers and innovators will share knowledge and discuss the mobility of the future. Authorities will show the progress and lessons learned regarding governance, social, economic and environmental goals and the many mobility challenges they are facing. Technology suppliers, service providers and solution vendors will present and demonstrate their solutions to the mobility industry and end-users.

Theatre and demo topics will be new parking services, speed enforcement technology, the impact of climate change on the transport infrastructure, C-ITS deployment and how to realise smart roads and digital infrastructure. Further highlighted themes in the Summit are data sharing, using data to fight congestion, creating new traffic insights, and optimising traffic by cloud technology and roadway analytics.

Also presentations will run on integral mobility solutions and creating mobility ecosystems, examples of Mobility as a Service put into practice, multimodal hubs, environmental oriented traffic management, all with the aim of providing an alternative to the use of the private car and to help to reduce congestion and constraints in transport capacity. Moreover, workshops will be staged on new mobility services and creating liveable cities, impact on self-driving vehicles on traffic management, creating next steps in Cooperative Automated Driving and various new developments in road safety and road construction.

In the Demo Arena visitors can join pitches and demonstrations on next generation automatic incident detection, Variable Message Signs, innovative safety barriers and guardrails and environmentally-friendly intersection controls.

Focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Array of stakeholders

The interactive Summit & Demonstration Programme is packed with well-known companies and stakeholder organizations from the mobility field such as Siemens, Swarco, FLIR, Huawei, CGI, Redflex, Vitronic, Survision, WPS Parking Systems, Easypark, Flowbird, International Road Federation, ACEA, New Mobility Services Partnership, Polis, ERTICO/MaaS Alliance, TNO and of course the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and Rijkswaterstaat. The Summit also welcomes an array of smart mobility newcomers and disruptors to the market such as Acusensus, Monotch, Graphmasters, eHang, Moovit and Viscando.

With over 120 sessions and demonstrations the Summit & Demonstration Programme will offer something for everyone. Beside this, it will be more interactive than ever, offering concrete solutions for your mobility problems. A detailed overview of all presentations and demonstrations as well as the exhibitor list is available on the Intertraffic website.

ITSUP – dedicated startup hall

As startups are significant contributors to the innovative strength of the traffic technology and smart mobility scene, Intertraffic has dedicated a separate hall to potential disruptors and game changers.

Launched under the label ITSUP, an anticipated 50 carefully selected startups are presenting and pitching their innovative solutions and are keen to connect with investors and corporate partners.

Focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

New format Intertraffic Award

The Intertraffic Awards will be presented during the opening ceremony of Intertraffic Amsterdam 2020. Intertraffic has recently revised the classification categories and added the opportunity for non-exhibiting organisations to join the competition.

  • Intertraffic Green Globe Award – This award recognises solutions, products and working practices that are helping to create a sustainable transport system for the future.
  • Intertraffic User Experience Award – This award will showcase the transport systems that break new ground in the way they seamlessly interface with their human operators.
  • Intertraffic Inspiration Award – This award recognises companies who have developed essential solutions while pushing innovation to the next level.

The deadline to enter the awards is 20 February. An international jury of industry specialists will select a shortlist of nominees due to be announced early March. A full description of entry criteria and category profiles can be found on the Intertraffic website.

Visitor registration now open

Registration has opened for visitors, who can claim their free entrance badge online until 13 April 2020. As of mid February visitors can also sign up for the sessions of the Summit Programme. Seats will be allocated to registered visitors at a first come first served basis.

Intertraffic Amsterdam focusing on smart mobility, infrastructure and traffic management

Intertraffic Worldwide Events

Intertraffic has established its position, since its launch in 1972, as the leading international marketplace for smart mobility, infrastructure, traffic management, road safety, and parking, with events in the Netherlands, China, Turkey and Mexico.

Intertraffic events offer a comprehensive overview of the very latest products, services and total solutions offered by suppliers, while also showcasing the newest industry-wide trends and developments.

Upcoming Intertraffic events

  • Amsterdam 2020: 21 – 24 April 2020
  • Beijing 2020: 18 – 20 June 2020
  • Istanbul 2021: 26 – 28 May 2021
  • Mexico-City 2021: 9 – 11 November 2021
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