20 - 23 March 2018

Smart Mobility at Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018

Innovations in the world of mobility are moving fast. The traffic technology and automotive industries are undergoing major technological transformations. Cooperation, connectivity and data-sharing have a key focus.

Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018 brings the latest products and service, mobility projects, trends and developments in smart, safe and sustainable mobility to the show floor, with a hall dedicated to Smart Mobility. 

Will you put your company in the spotlight?

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You will find four disruptive trends in Smart Mobility

Digitization, increasing automation, and new business models have revolutionized other industries, and the traffic technology and automotive industry will be no exception. As a result, four disruptive technology-driven trends in the automotive sector will be on display within the Smart Mobility hall.

  1. Diverse mobility
  2. Autonomous driving
  3. Electrification
  4. Connectivity

What happens in and around the Smart Mobility Hall?

  • Showcases of the latest products, services or mobility projects.
  • Presentations in two Smart Mobility theatres.
  • Indoor and outdoor demonstrations.
  • Facilitation of networking and cooperation.

How do I participate?

  • Become an exhibitor on the show floor and showcase your smart solution to the world!
  • Have you got an inspiring story to share? Exhibitors can book a time slot in the theatre and present a variety of topics.*
  • Does your solution exhilarate in real life? Exhibiting companies can demonstrate Smart Mobility solutions in one of the demo areas.*

*Criteria apply, please check with the Intertraffic team

Themes in the Smart Mobility hall

Intertraffic invites companies, authorities, trade associations, knowledge institutions and students to join the Smart Mobility hall and present mobility solutions to contribute to the following mobility goals:

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1. Big Data & Mobility

To serve users and consumers in a way they want and expect to be serviced is going to be key. Companies have to be open to utilising new technologies such as cloud, mobility, big data and able to adapt to change when necessary. There will be more machine-generated data for organizers to tap into and major security challenges to take into account.

See examples of Big Data & Mobility »

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2. Mobility as a service

An increasing number of travellers have access to the Internet, Apps, and navigation and communication systems via their smartphones or tablets. Based on real time information and personal preferences of travellers, solution vendors are able to customize mobility services. The key concept behind Mobility as a Service (MaaS) is to provide travellers and goods mobility solutions based on travel needs.

See examples of Mobility as a service »

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3. Cooperative, connected and automated driving

Cooperative, connected and automated driving promises to revolutionise mobility. It will offer new mobility solutions that are cleaner, safer and more consumer-focussed and create new areas of business for the traffic and automotive industry. Car-connectivity and automation will bring considerable economic gains for the user such as driver comfort and access to mobility.

See examples of Automated Driving »

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4. Realizing smart roads and a digital infrastructure

Traffic is managed in new ways to solve problems and to facilitate road-users. Traffic, event and incident management via in-car solutions make full use of the road and digital infrastructures. Smarter and easier travel, with the help of efficient routing and traffic information, will ensure smoother journeys for both passengers and carriers.

See examples of Smart Roads »

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5. Tackling societal changes

The industry is aiming to achieve a transport system that is resilient, resource-efficient, climate- and environmentally friendly, safe and seamless for the benefit of all citizens, the economy and society. Finding sustainable solutions to minimize the impact of transport systems on climate and environment, and looking for smart solutions to reconcile the growing mobility needs are key topics.

See examples of Societal Changes »

Presentations

Exchange ideas and knowledge with renowned representatives in the mobility world. In 2016, more than 4,700 visitors attended the Smart Mobility Theatres. It is the ultimate meeting place for Smart Mobility pioneers and innovators to discuss the mobility of the future on panels, in debates and in inspiring keynote speeches.

Contact our salesteam for information on costs »

Demonstrations

Another way to present your Smart Mobility solutions is to demonstrate them in action. Offer driving experiences in the demo areas; indoor or outdoor. The indoor demonstration area is suitable as test track or as show space for static vehicles whereas the outside demonstration area could become your real time demonstration track!

Contact our salesteam for information on costs »

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Interested?

Are you interested to learn more about how your company can join and benefit from participating?

Don't hesitate to contact us, we're happy to help!

Contact our salesteam for information »

Examples Big Data & Mobility

  • Social media and mobility
  • Mobile communications
  • Cloud computing
  • Sensor networks
  • Data transmission, storage, sharing and managing of datasets
  • Big data analytics and smart travelling
  • Traffic and transportation modeling
  • Crowdsourcing: data collection on travel behavior, infrastructure conditions, accidents etc.
  • Big data challenges: privacy, data ownership, role of the public authorities, big complexities etc.

Examples Mobility as a Service 

  • Personal mobility services or personal travel assistance
  • Smart solutions for public transport
  • Smart solutions for urban distribution
  • Multimodal travel services
  • Real-time traveller information
  • In-car information systems versus roadside systems
  • Integrated ticketing & smart payment systems
  • Smart Parking
  • Eco driving & coaching
  • Car sharing, ride sharing and car rental
  • Pay as you drive and insure as you drive
  • Pricing and toll systems

Examples Cooperative, connected, automated driving 

  • Safe routing
  • Cloud services
  • Infotainment services
  • Real-time travel information
  • Multi-modal travel information services
  • Vehicle-to-vehicle or vehicle-to-infrastructure communication
  • Talking traffic: communicating vehicles, in-car traffic management, and collective traffic services
  • Smart Traffic Controllers
  • Advanced Driver assistance systems such as Autopilot, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane Keeping, Park Assist and Truck Platooning
  • Vehicle sensors and Artificial Intelligence
  • Human factors of automated driving
  • Security and privacy issues: privacy, data ownership, the role of the cars manufacturers
  • International standardization: architecture and operability

Examples Realizing smart roads and digital infrastructure

  • Dynamic traffic management
  • Real time traffic information
  • Multimodal transport
  • In-car information systems
  • Traffic Management Centres
  • Intelligent Traffic Lights and other innovative roadside equipment
  • Parking guidance systems
  • Congestion management
  • Event & incident management
  • Monitoring and enforcement
  • Traffic data collection & processing
  • Toll collection
  • Wireless communication systems such as ITS-5G/Wi-Fi-p
  • Cellular communications systems such as 3G, 4G LTE
  • Examples Tackling societal changes 

    • Electric & hybrid vehicles, e-bikes, e-scooters, e-motorbikes, trikes
    • Charging infrastructure and smart grids
    • Sustainable transport and alternative fuels
    • Sustainable Urban Mobility Plans
    • Eco driving & coaching
    • Car sharing and ride sharing
    • Sustainable route planning
    • Multi-modal transportation solutions
    • Social inclusion
    • Sustainable logistics and urban distribution
    • Air and noise pollution
    • New media solutions for teleconferencing, teleworking and telecommuting