In 2018, the ITS World Congress will take place from 17 to 21 September at the Bella Center in Copenhagen. The Congress Theme: “ITS – Quality of Life”, supports the Copenhagen belief that intelligent transport systems are an important means to enhance people’s daily lives through seamless, smart and sustainable mobility solutions.
The 2018 Congress will focus on how ITS solutions can contribute to liveability, a greener environment and lower congestion – thereby creating a higher quality of life.
Copenhagen strongly believes in employing ITS Solutions and the driving ambition is to become the first carbon-neutral city by 2025.
The Congress will be an excellent opportunity to exchange knowledge and good practice within the ITS community, and to enlarge your personal network within the industry. We look forward to learning from experts, researchers, organisations and companies about the future solutions in ITS, and how we can move to the next level.
The ITS World Congresses also provide the ideal opportunity for all stakeholders to come together, discuss and make the necessary contacts to move initiatives forward and to develop their business by exhibiting and demonstrating state of the art ITS solutions. The Congresses showcase the latest ITS achievements from the city and region hosting the Congress, and increase awareness of ITS in the Host region itself. The pillars of the Congress include the programme, demonstrations, the exhibition and partnerships, and these provide ample opportunities for delegates.
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The ITS World Congress 2018 is organised by ERTICO – ITS Europe and co-organized by ITS America and ITS Asia Pacific in partnership with the European Commission, and hosted by the city of Copenhagen.
Call for Contributions Open
All stakeholders are invited to submit papers and session proposals that encourage creativity and interaction. Your work will shape the discussions that take place during the Congress, and could have a real impact on the transformation of mobility in the near future!