ITS World Congress – a treat for real fans of telematics

ITS World Congress – a treat for real fans of telematics

Intelligent transport systems (ITS) to save countries, cities and municipalities from traffic gridlock. How this could be done, scientists, associations and companies present on the ITS World Congress in Bordeaux from October 5 to 9.

The ITS World Congress will be held in Europe this year. The organizer Ertico has selected Bordeaux from October 5 to 9 during the best autumn time. All telematics fans should make use of this to get extensive information on the latest ideas, concepts or products around the topic of intelligent transport systems.

Seven times ITS special
While it’s not exactly cheap, the organizers charge 830, – € for the one-day ticket and for the complete event 1.360, – €, but for that Ertico has to offer several hundred events during the week. One small problem could be: The lectures are presented mainly in English. But everybody who can understand the language well, at seven topics will almost almost spoiled for choice. Because this is about satellite technology and services for ITS, challenges in the cooperative development of ITS products, multimodal transport for people and goods, urban trends by ITS, solutions for sustainable mobility, autonomous driving and also not missing, of course, Big Data.

60 sessions for one topic
The largest space is devoted to the event section, which deals with the integration of different infrastructures and related security, privacy and liability issues. Nearly 60 sessions, demonstrations and meetings are scheduled on the conference program. This includes conferences on cloud services, navigation, driver assessments or traffic control. Are you interested now?
Then here you find all the details: www.itsworldcongress.com

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Ralf Johanning

Ralf Johanning studied political science and works as a freelance journalist. For over ten years now he reports on the transportation and logistics industry. The priorities include topics such as telematics, software, and ICT. In 2006 the trained editor, Head, and Press Officer founded the editorial office Alte Schule with his partner Ann-Christin Wimber.

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