Synthesizing the ITS World Congress theme of Next Generation Integrated Mobility Driving Smart Cities, the Smart Cities Pavilion will be at the nexus of networking, conversation, innovation and demonstrations of Smart Cities technologies and solutions.
As Urban centers continue to grow globally, it is no surprise that Smart Cities markets will increase to be valued at more than US $1.5 trillion by 2020.
The Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) World Congress 2017 will be at the center of the discussion and debate around how policy, technology and investment can advance the future of integrated mobility.
The Pavilion will feature programming on Smart Cities Pavilion Stage discussing Big Data, how transportation is moving to the center of the Internet of Things (IoT), and how technological solutions and the IoT are rapidly challenging metropolises around the world.
The Stage will feature programming around the Smart Cities Ecosystems and sponsorship is available to feature your company in this environment . Ecosystem categories include:
Big Data Analytics
Connected & Automated Vehicles
Health & Environment
Intelligent Living and Mobility – Weather, Traffic, Mapping
Around the Smart Cities Pavilion Stage, will be demonstrations and exhibits showcasing municipal, and private sector leadership and innovation from around the globe. Cities are in the midst of using technology to create their vision of next generation integrated mobility solutions in urban settings. With and through the themes of Urban Mobility, Engaged Citizenry, Smart Security, Economic Cluster, and Smart Democracy, these demonstrations will illustrate how transformative transportation and integrated mobility solutions are the epicenter of Smart Cities’ critical infrastructure, which seeks to provide seamless connectivity, improved systems delivery, and a better, more equitable quality of life for citizens. Anticipated display components include innovation related to traffic management, roadways, rail, parking, bike share, transit, car share, traveler information, connected and autonomous vehicles, integrated mobility, artificial intelligence, dependencies on transportation, addressing equity issues, smart security, smart energy, smart buildings, smart healthcare, smart government, smart fleet, and more.
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