TTF Conference sessions now available via YouTube

Recordings of all the papers, speeches and panel sessions from the sold-out Transport Technology Forum Conference last month are now available on the organisation’s YouTube channel.

Watch all the recordings here.

The event in Leicestershire was organised by the Local Council Roads Innovation Group (LCRIG) on behalf of the TTF, which is co-funded by the Department for Transport and Innovated UK.  Nearly 350 people attended to discuss current and future trends in intelligent transport.

The sessions covered a number of DfT-led initiatives including the National Parking Platform, Digital Traffic Regulation Orders, the Transport Data Strategy and the use of AI in transport.  Furthermore, in preparation for the Intelligent Traffic Management Fund, (ITMF) for which applications are open now, there were a number of presentations for suppliers to give ideas of new innovations around signals technology, as well as in-depth discussion around the £50 million of funding already awarded to local authorities through the Green Light Fund and Traffic Signals Obsolescence Grant.

Specific examples of local authority good practice, and a panel detailing of the progress and plans of the TTF’s various Working Groups were also included.  During the event sponsored by Clearview Intelligence, the TTF also launched the Supplier Directory to help matchmake between those assembling ITMF bid consortia and those who can provide innovation.

In total, 344 people attended, with more than 250 attending the networking events.  71 local or combined authorities were represented, along with 13 representatives from the Department for Transport, and people from Crown Commercial Service, Northern Ireland’s Department for Infrastructure, National Highways, Transport Scotland, the Welsh Government and Transport Infrastructure Ireland.

There was also a major exhibition featuring Clearview along with Working Group session sponsor AECOM, networking sponsor Yunex Traffic and ATM, Brightly Software, Buchanan Computing, Cyclomedia, Highway Resource Solutions, HW Martin, Indra Sistemas, Mobius Networks, Monotch, NAL, PTV Group, Rennicks UK, RTEM, smartmicro UK, SRL Traffic Systems, StarTraq, Stocksigns/Messagemaker, SWARCO, TRL, TWM Traffic Control Systems, Trojan Energy, Vaisala, VivaCity and Westcotec.  They were joined by associations and other organisations including the Institute of Highway Engineers, Institution of Engineering and Technology, ITS UK and JCT, which was promoting September’s Traffic Signals Symposium.

(Picture – TTF)


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