20 - 23 March 2018

The most innovative products in the spotlight at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016!

With around 35,000 professional trade visitors attending our shows worldwide, Intertraffic is the ideal marketing vehicle to introduce the most innovative products on the market today. The renowned Intertraffic Innovation Award offers an unparalleled chance to enjoy the attention of the global media.

The participation in the Intertraffic Innovation Award was exclusively reserved to Intertraffic Amsterdam 2016 exhibitors.

Innovation Award Nominees 2016 »

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And the winners are...

During the opening ceremony of Intertraffic Amsterdam, the winners of the event’s prestigious Innovation Awards were announced. Awards were presented in five separate categories: Traffic Management, Parking, Safety, Smart Mobility and Infrastructure.

And the winners are:

Overall Winner
InVipo, by CROSS Zlín (stand 10.111)

Traffic Management
SpeedLane, by Houston Radar (stand 11.123)

RingGO app, by Parkmobile Group (stand 02.105)

WheelRight Tyre PressureTechnology system, by WheelRight (stand 10.321)

Smart Mobility
InVipo, by CROSS Zlín (stand 10.111)

Smart Ultimate Lighting, by HR Groep (stand 01.409)

Read more information on the winners and their products »

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The proceeds of the Innovation Award 2016 go to: AMREF, A healthy future for girls in Kilindi (Tanzania)

Water is becoming scarcer and more polluted every day. Innovations are crucial, which is why Intertraffic Amsterdam supports them via the Innovation Award 2016. We are also committed to improving the wider world, and will therefore donate the registration fee ( per innovation entry) to AMREF Flying Doctors.

The project: A healthy future for girls in Kilindi!
In January 2016 Amref Flying Doctors started a project in Kilindi, a remote area in Tanzania, to improving the health of girls and young women by introducing the alternative rite of passage for female genital cutting and increasing the access to safe drinking water, good sanitation and hygiene.
The focus of the project is on the empowerment of young girls and decision makers in their community in order to:

  • reduce Female Genital Cutting (FGM) among girls in the Kilindi district (Tanzania);
  • reduce water-, hygiene and sanitation related diseases in communities by increasing access to clean and safe water and reliable sanitation facilities in households and schools;
  • improve knowledge, attitudes and practices of communities to prevent water and sanitation related diseases.
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Amref - Masai, Kenya, Mothers heading to clinic for immunisation
Amref - Masai, Kenya - Collecting water
Amref - Masai, Kenya - Young boy drinking water from a mug
Amref - Masai, Kenya - Two women fetching water