Looking forward to Intertraffic Amsterdam on this week’s Highways Voices thanks to SWARCO and AGD Systems

This week’s Highways Voices looks ahead to the biggest single event we cover at Highways News – Intertraffic Amsterdam.

Ahead of four special podcasts direct from the RAI in Amsterdam thanks to the support of SWARCO and AGD Systems, we find out what we can expect, as we hear from the organiser Carola Jansen-Young and long-term friend of Highways Voices, Richard Neumann of SWARCO (Pictured, right, with Highways Voices presenter Paul Hutton at the last Intertraffic Amsterdam).

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“I think we’re close to 900 registered exhibitors, and on top of that, there’s a lot of interest from the ITS Nationals that are actually bringing more companies that are members of their organisation over to Intertraffic,” explains Carola Jansen-Young. “It’s bigger, and not only from the floor surface or the number of organisations participating, but it’s definitely also bigger from summit programme perspective, from a demonstration perspective, and as well, all signs indicate that it will also be bigger from an attendee perspective.”

Having the biggest stand at the huge event is great kudos for SWARCO but a lot of work for the man who organises it, Richard Neumann, who admits to looking forward to midday on Tuesday when the event is up and running and he can relax, and meet the company’s clients and friends: “We will look after them as they deserve because they are part of the success of SWARCO,” he says. “So there is a big bistro area again on our stand where you can sit down have the meetings with our salespeople, but there is also some culinary delights and drinks from Austria.”

In the podcast you’ll hear about SWARCO’s drinks reception on Wednesday from 5-7.30pm including those culinary delights from Austria, and you’ll hear what to expect from our daily podcasts and who might turn up on it.

There’s also our partner news from the Transport Technology ForumLCRIGADEPT and ITS UK, and Adrian Tatum’s pick of stories from the Highways News website, along with Adrian’s Accolade going this week to the Rees Jeffreys Road Fund for its latest promise of bursaries, and a reminder you can hear from previous Bursary winners on a previous podcast recorded from the Royal Automobile Club last year – click here to listen.

See you next week in Amsterdam!

(Picture – Highways News)


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