Intelligent traffic management solutions provider Kapsch TrafficCom says its participation at the ITS Australia Global Summit in Melbourne next week underscores its ongoing commitment to innovative, sustainable, and connected transportation and features the unique opportunity to hear from industry experts and visionaries.
The event takes place in the Australian city from August 28 to 31 and supports the global ITS industry in a year when fewer professionals are travelling to the ITS World Congress which is taking place in China.
“We are delighted to be a part of this year’s ITS Australia Global Summit, an event that resonates with our vision for a connected and sustainable future,” stated Matthew McLeish, EVP Asia Pacific at Kapsch TrafficCom. “Our collaboration with ITS Australia has been instrumental in driving innovation and success in the transportation sector, and we look forward to continuing to grow this partnership.”
Kapsch TrafficCom CTO Alfredo Escribá will also appear at the event, participating in a panel discussion that focuses on the sustainable future of transport and the complex transition to low and zero emission vehicles. His insights will provide a glimpse into the possibilities and challenges of a world moving towards greener transportation and highlight the dedication of Kapsch TrafficCom in actively turning that vision into reality.
Additionally, a number of Kapsch TrafficCom experts from around the globe will participate in panels throughout the summit. These discussions will explore critical areas such as making traffic more sustainable, enhancing connectivity, and employing intelligent technologies for more efficient and environmentally responsible transportation systems.
ITS Australia has long been an essential partner for Kapsch TrafficCom, fostering collaboration and innovation within the intelligent transportation sphere. The Global Summit provides a platform for the industry’s brightest minds to come together to explore and discuss synergies, technological advancements, and sustainable growth.
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