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Intertraffic offers our mobility professionals an online platform on which we share knowledge. We organise free to attend webinars on a regular basis together with mobility professionals sharing their opinion on parking, infrastructure, smart mobility, traffic management and road safety.

29 SEPTEMBER 14:00 | CONNECTED ROAD USERS NEED CONNECTED ROAD NETWORKS

Smart mobility is expected to undergo spectacular changes within the next two decades with the introduction and widespread use of connected and autonomous vehicle technology. However, the transition phase from human driving to self-driving will be gradual, requiring various interventions on the physical and digital road network to allow it to cope with mixed traffic. Connected road networks help secure and connect intelligent transportation systems, allowing vehicles, roadways, travellers, and traffic management centres to all communicate with one another in real time. It allows for a smoother flow of traffic, reducing congestion and road safety and paves the way for a foundation upon which connected, autonomous vehicles can communicate with their surrounding environment. This webinar is all about coping with mixed traffic and using smart technology to connect infrastructure, vehicles and road users. Find more information about our expert speakers below.

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PREVIOUS WEBINARS

OUR LATEST WEBINAR

SMART TECHNOLOGIES TO IMPROVE ROAD SAFETY

Our fifth webinar took place on Tuesday 25 August 2020 14.00-15.30 hrs (UTC+2). During this webinar our host Paul Hutton interviewed three global mobility professionals about their views on smart technologies to improve road safety. We thank Dr. Bill Sowell of IRF, Serge van Dam of Rijkswaterstaat and Roy Fridman of Foretellix for sharing their views in this webinar. Read the text summary here or watch the recording of this webinar via MyIntertraffic.

JULY WEBINAR

HOW COVID-19 SPEEDS UP SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

Our fourth webinar took place on Tuesday 14 July 2020 14.00-15.30 hrs (UTC+2). During this webinar our host Paul Hutton interviewed three global mobility professionals about their views on sustainable mobility. We thank Don Guiking of Breda University, Jill Warren of European Cyclists' Federation and Giles Bailey of Vianova for sharing their views in this webinar. Read the text summary here or watch the recording of this webinar via MyIntertraffic.

Intertraffic webinars 2020

Find our previous and future webinars below. Including the text summary. Watch previous recordings via MyIntertraffic.

21 APR Impact of COVID-19 on mobility | Read more »
26 MAY Smart measures to avoid post-corona traffic congestion | Read more »
23 JUN Smart parking - optimising the customer journey | Read more »
14 JUL How COVID-19 speeds up sustainable mobility | Read more »
25 AUG Smart technologies to improve road safety | Read more »

 

29 SEP Connected road users need connected road networks
27 OCT Parking as integral part of the seamless travelling experience
24 NOV The path to autonomous driving  
15 DEC Digital infastructure to cater for more data flows 

 

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