20 - 23 March 2018

Where

RAI Amsterdam
Europaplein
1078 GZ Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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Opening hours

Tuesday 20 March 10:00 - 17:00 hours
Wednesday 21 March
10:00 - 17:00 hours
Thursday 22 March
10:00 - 17:00 hours
Friday 23 March
10:00 - 16:00 hours
Smart Mobility Intertraffic Amsterdam

Why visit Intertraffic?

Professionals from all over the world visit and participate at Intertraffic Amsterdam. This is why:

  • Intertraffic is the best way to keep you up to speed with the very latest trends and developments
  • Intertraffic Amsterdam is organised once every two years to ensure that the products shown at the exhibition are totally new. Innovation is the key word at Intertraffic
  • Intertraffic offers a fully comprehensive overview of the traffic and transport industry, provided by close to 800 exhibitors. All under one roof
  • Intertraffic is the place where over 30,000 professional visitors and exhibitors meet, network and do business with each other
  • Solutions for all your problems regarding infrastructure, traffic management and parking can be found at Intertraffic
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Visitors

Intertraffic Amsterdam attracts high profile visitors: final decision makers, co-decision makers and advisors from private ventures, contractors, local, national and international authorities. Over 30,000 visitors from 134 different countries worldwide attended the show in 2016.

We see a clear shift towards more visitors interested in the theme of Smart Urban Mobility. Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016 focused strongly on developing the Smart Urban Mobility concept with solutions/showcases on both a Dutch and international level.

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Exhibitors (close to 800 in 2016)

  • Manufacturers, importers and local agents for products in the field of mobility solutions in the segments Smart Mobility, Infrastructure, Traffic Management, Safety and Parking
  • National, regional & local authorities (Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Directorate-General of Public Works and Water Management, provinces, smart cities)
  • Cross-sector trade associations in the field of mobility
  • Research organisations (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), Road Safety Research Institute (SWOV), universities and colleges

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Market Developments

From the perspective of Intertraffic, we see an increasing shift from low to high-tech (ITS) solutions. Exhibitors from the segments Parking, Infrastructure and Safety are gradually moving towards the Traffic Management and Smart Mobility segments. Furthermore, we see an evolution from mobility products to mobility services, resulting in a comprehensive mobility package that better responds to the needs of people who increasingly plan their trips online. As an exhibition, Intertraffic responds to the needs of public authorities as well as the private sector and travellers.

Exhibition profile

Intertraffic Amsterdam covers 5 main segments. These are all housed under one roof, grouped together on the exhibition floor: ​​​

Public lighting Road construction & maintenance Demolition and recycling Rail technology Tunnel technology Bridge construction Roadside equipment Road marking Street furniture Reflecting materials

Traffic signs Traffic lights Dynamic & static signage systems Road hazard & incident solutions Barrier systems Cones Speed humps Safety clothing Emergency systems & equipment Detection, information & warning systems

Parking equipment Parking facilities (management/exploitation) Route guidance systems Park & ride information systems Operating systems for garages Ticketing & payment systems Parking control & info systems Parking reservation systems Storage systems Entrance Control systems Parking reports & statistics

Personal Mobility Services Autonomous & Cooperative Driving Driver Assistance systems Connected Car data & services Intelligent urban storage solutions Integrated ticketing & Smart Payments systems Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Eco Mobility Charging systems Sustainable logistics & Urban distribution

Real-time traffic information Congestion management Event & incident management Monitoring & control systems Enforcement systems Measurement systems Ramp-metering systems Traffic data collection & processing Toll collection systems Traffic Consultancy & research