By comprising urban transport solutions as a whole, IT-TRANS addresses the digital evolution of the urban mobility sector in all its dimensions.
The increasing connectivity of people and goods is influencing the way people move around cities and regions; it changes their traveller experience.
Smart cities promise efficiency and better urban management; they promise innovation and optimised delivery of government services. The concept of smart cities does hold tremendous potential for issues such as mobility and data-driven urban management. Public transport and urban mobility are areas that are at the forefront of smart city technology deployment. The cities are looking to build more integrated services and deliver effective and equitable urban mobility solutions. They are also looking to develop infrastructure to promote liveable and sustainable cities, by integrating innovation like digital twins, autonomous mobility, electric mobility, Mobility-as-a-Service and data driven governance.
By comprising urban transport solutions as a whole, IT-TRANS addresses the digital evolution of the urban mobility sector in all its dimensions – from equipment of smart sensors to systems contributing to the management of urban environments (e.g. management of electric vehicles and charging systems).
The electrification of urban transport away from the use of fossil fuels drives the integration of transport systems in the urban energy infrastructure.
One focused conference session of IT-TRANS 2022 will cover the various case studies around the world, showcasing the technology solutions adopted by authorities for building future cities.
In the Smart Cities context, the IT-TRANS exhibition presents solutions and players catering for cities’ needs as diverse as:
- Traffic management and system providers
- Hardware manufacturers
- E-scooters and other smart vehicles manufacturers
- Telecommunication players
- Command and control centre provider
- Safety enforcement
- Video & analytics
- E-governance services