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  • Showcasing new & emerging smart mobility technologies within urban transportation infrastructures

    Smart Urban Mobility Solutions comprises an exhibition and 2-day conference programme. The event leverages Scotland’s long history of innovation in Intelligent Traffic Control and Glasgow’s pioneering work on Smart Cities.

    The event will take place at the SEC, Glasgow on 2-3 May 2018 alongside All-Energy, the UK’s largest renewable energy and sustainability event.

     

    Transport in Scotland: the next 10 years

    “Transport is changing dramatically with the advent of new technologies, changing demand patterns and the challenges of addressing climate change. As the national transport agency, Transport Scotland is at the forefront of dealing with these challenges.

    How do we capture the nation’s vision for transport; what should our transport strategy be for the next period; and what will transport look like in 10 years’ time? And, as a key demand, what is transport’s role in supporting the wider economy."

    – Transport Scotland on the first session in the SUMS 2017 conference

     

  • EXHIBIT

    Exhibit at SUMS 2018 and promote your products and services to a qualified audience.

    Exhibit

    VISIT

    Visit SUMS 2018 completely free of charge and get two events in one.

    Visit

    CONFERENCE

    The Call for Papers is now open! Don't miss your opportunity to present at the 2018 Conference.

    Conference

  • Topics to include:

    • Autonomous vehicles/infrastructure
    • Connected vehicles
    • Highly and fully automated driving
    • Sensor technologies and data collection
    • Data communication, networks and controls
    • Data storage, analysis, modelling and visualisation
    • Open data
    • Multimodal journey planners
    • Traveller information services
    • Routing and navigation tools
    • Smart parking technologies
    • Smart payment solutions
    • Public transport tracking
    • Fleet tracking
    • Incident response applications
    • Observation and monitoring technologies
    • Wireless communications technologies and applications
    • Satellite communication technologies and applications
    • Emissions reduction and environmental considerations
    • Noise reduction strategies
    • Low carbon vehicles, including EVs, hybrid and hydrogen
    • Charging/refuelling infrastructure

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