The highways and transport solutions provider Clearview Intelligence has signed up as the main sponsor for the Transport Technology Forum conference for the second year in a row.
The popular event brings together national government, local authorities, suppliers and academia to explain government policy and showcase best practice and innovation in the use of technology. It takes place this year from the 23-25 April at the Leonardo Hotel Hinckley Island in Leicestershire.
Clearview Technology delivers a range of transport technology solutions, from intelligent solar road studs and traffic counters to video analytics and journey time management.
“The TTF Conference is brilliant for getting all the right people together at the same time, so we are proud to support it,” commented Clearview Intelligence Managing Director Nick Lanigan. “While we obviously enjoyed the boost in profile by being lead supporter of last year’s event in Leeds, the greater benefit was the fact that national government, local authorities and the supply chain got together across three days to kick around ideas both formally and informally, and discuss how technology can be used to make transport greener, safer and more efficient.”
This year’s Conference will feature details of government priorities and policies, the funding landscape and share examples of best practice around digital solutions, cybersecurity and collaboration. Delegates will also hear updates on the important work being carried out by the six TTF Working Groups.
As well as Clearview Intelligence, Yunex Traffic has signed up as a sponsor, supporting the networking reception on the first evening. Already more than half the exhibitor packages have been taken by the supply chain, so companies interested in taking part should contact organisers at the Local Council Roads Innovation Group as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Using the revenue raised from the private sector, local authorities are able to send a representative who will receive a place at the conference and an invitation to networking events, including the conference dinner. They will have their hotel cost covered too. Already more than 80 representatives from Local Authorities have taken advantage of this offer and signed up to attend.
“Starting with the first post-Covid event in Liverpool, the Transport Technology Forum Conference has cemented its reputation as the event that brings together national and local government to discuss the latest innovations in transport technology with the people who actually design and supply it,” explained LCRIG CEO Paula Claytonsmith who delivers the TTF on behalf of the Department for Transport and Innovate UK. “This year will be our biggest conference yet, and I encourage every Local Authority to grab the chance to take part and understand how technology can cost-effectively and efficiently improve the movement of people and goods around their areas.”
To sign up for a place at the TTF Conference, click here while the supply chain can snap up an exhibitor package here. To get a flavour last year’s conference click here while you can find out more of the work of the TTF’s Working Groups, and to see last year’s Conference sessions by subscribing to the TTF YouTube channel here.
(Picture – Pete Cattell of Clearview Intelligence speaking at a previous TTF event, courtesy TTF)