Poster Presentations

We invite all academics to submit technical posters covering any of our Conference Topics.  If selected, your poster will placed in the dedicated area in the exhibition hall, accessible to all visitors over the duration of the event.

To submit a poster for presentation, please fill in our Call for Papers form and tick the box for ‘Poster Presentation’.

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Conference Topics:

• Connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs): policy
• Connected vehicles/technologies: project updates
• Autonomous systems: trials
• Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS)
• Automated vehicles
• CAVs: driver acceptance and human factors
• CAVs: functional safety
• Testing and validation
• Sensor technologies
• Data processing technologies
• Communications and connectivity
• Artificial intelligence / Machine learning
• Cyber security
• Low carbon vehicles, including EVs, hybrid, and hydrogen
• Charging/refuelling infrastructure and energy management 

• Demand-responsive transport
• Routing
• Physical and digital infrastructure
   - Smart payment technologies
   - Smart parking technologies
• Public transport tracking for passengers’ information
• Multimodal journey planners and traveller information services
• Fleet tracking / improved fleet management / ADAS
• Emissions reduction and environmental considerations
• Noise reduction strategies
• Other – we need your ideas
   - Panel suggestions (theme and speakers)
   - Speakers you would like to see invited (and why)
   - Other topics/sessions you would like to see at the conference

Academic Poster Presentation abstracts, up to 300 words, are welcomed for all the topics you see listed above. You can apply via the SUMS Call for Papers link above. The deadline for for submissions is Friday 19 January 2018

Deliberations involving industry specialists will take place during January 2018 and all who submitted abstracts will be contacted in March with news about their submissions.

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