JCT exhibitors look forward to Traffic Signals Symposium in video previews

With the popular JCT Traffic Signals Symposium 2022 beginning in 11 days’ time in Nottingham, exhibitors have spoken about their excitement for the event in a series of videos recorded to give a flavour of the event.

Clearview Intelligence, TRL, Smart Video and Sensing, PTV, SRL and Messagemaker Displays have contributed in short explanations about what to expect to see in the exhibit hall, lecture theatre and during the networking.

Pete Cattell of Clearview Intelligence calls the event a “great opportunity to meet all the people we have been meeting for so many years,” and to “show some of the new and innovative solutions that we have been developing and deploying.”

Peter Eccleson, owner of Smart Video and Sensing talks about the new products showcased on his stand and how the Symposium gives him ideas about his future solutions.

Elsewhere, SRL’s Iain Macdonald is looking forward to meeting the large number of local authorities in attendance and PTV’s Cat Evans discusses the value of being able to demonstrate the company’s modelling solutions. Josh Lyne from Messagemaker Displays wants to get a gauge for what people want so he can ensure what the company is developing is actually needed and Chris Kettell of TRL Software explains how there isn’t a better place than the JCT Traffic Signals Symposium to see the people he wants to talk to in the same place at the same time.

Delegate places are still available for the Symposium which takes place at Nottingham Trent University on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 September with the MOVA User Group and Highways News networking barbecue kicking things off on Tuesday 13. To join local authorities, academics and suppliers at the event, click here to sign up.

The preview videos are here:

(Picture – JCT)


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