Intertraffic is the world's leading international brand for the mobility sector, which has been held in Amsterdam for 50 years. This year 150 national and international brands will be presented with solutions for smart mobility, road infrastructure, traffic management, smart parking and road safety.
Intertraffic connects all stakeholders across the mobility spectrum on a global scale. All of our brand initiatives focus on business, knowledge, networking and memorable experiences.
In three action-packed days, exhibitors "look forward to contributing to sustainable, livable and safe mobility for all," commented Joyce de Winter, Intertraffic's global event director, Rai Amsterdam, in a video message.
The event is aimed at professionals in the field of electromobility, infrastructure and road safety, traffic management, parking; as well as government entities (federal, state and municipal), SICT, Capufe, Banobras, public transport (Metro, Bus and BTR -Metrobus), road concessionaires and maintenance companies, construction and engineering companies, shopping mall developers, parking operators, automotive industry, integrators, distributors
co-organised by ANASEVI
Among the main themes of the event, the Influence of Artificial Intelligence on the Future of Mobility, by Carlo van de Weijer, Director General, Institute for Artificial Intelligence Systems, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, stands out.
"We are proud to have the Dutch Ambassador as our host for the official opening. The Embassy will present its Research Report on Mexican Mobility in the Conference Program," added Joyce de Winter.
Other topics that stand out in the Conference Program In addition, "Emblematic Infrastructures in Mexico" will be discussed, with the participation of Gen. Isidoro Pastor, General Director of the Felipe Angeles International Airport, and Diego Monraz, Secretary of Transportation of the State of Jalisco; in addition to topics such as the Interoceanic Corridor of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec; Sustainable Urban Mobility Systems; as well as topics related to electric vehicles, connectivity and big data, ITS, investment funds, municipal best practices, to name a few.
Likewise, topics such as the new General Law on Mobility and Road Safety, the challenges before the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2021-2030, and the Why we cycle projection by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will be analyzed.
In addition, the Intertraffic Latam Awards will be presented to the best exponents of the mobility industry, and on the exhibition floor we will have presentations on the Stage.