ITS World Congress isn’t far away—and Montréal isn’t either. If you still haven’t made plans for the intelligent transportation industry’s premier event, now’s the time. Don’t miss your chance to help shape the future of intelligent transportation. Be part of the critical conversations surrounding the innovative mobility solutions of today and tomorrow.
Housing Deadline Ends Today
ITS World Congress has negotiated a number of reduced-rate rooms at approved hotels within walking distance of the Palais des congrès de Montréal—and those rates expire today, October 5 at midnight EDT. Book now to take advantage of reduced rates ranging from $201 – $259 CAD (single/double) plus tax per night.
ITS World Congress Announces Keynote Speakers
ITS World Congress is very proud to announce keynote speakers, Morten Kabell, Mayor of Technical and Environmental Affairs, Copenhagen and The Honourable Marc Garneau, Canada’s Minister of Transport.
Sign-Up Today for B2B One-on-Ones and Procurement Day
Packed Expo Hall Features Industry’s Top Innovators
Interact with the entire spectrum of ITS as top industry visionaries profile their latest concepts, active prototypes and live systems on the Expo Floor. Don’t miss the EU Pavilion and Copenhagen in the exciting new Smart Cities Pavilion.
ITS World Congress Features Leaders of Tomorrow in the Next-Gen Workshop
Witness tomorrow’s ITS professionals—today’s high-school students—build vehicles with connected and autonomous capabilities during this groundbreaking workshop, presented in partnership with Mobile Comply.
Stay Informed and Connected with the ITS World Congress Official Podcast Listen now to the second of four podcasts highlighting what to expect at ITS World Congress 2017 in Montréal, October 29-November 2. This short audio series offers insights into the sessions, speakers, exhibitors and special features, like the Smart Cities Pavilion.
ITS America’s Interim CEO and President David St. Amant discusses how the Congress brings together experts from around the globe to face intelligent transportation challenges and to work on best-practice mobility solutions.
Cisco’s Global Automotive and Transportation Executive Barry Einsig discusses legacy infrastructure and the importance of cyber safety and security in a connected world.
Also included: ITS Canada Chairman Chris Philp shares more about the highly anticipated on-street demonstrations; ITS Australia CEO Susan Harris gives some additional insight, and Innovation MI-8 President Michael de Santis, chair of the event’s Local Arrangements Committee, explains how a team of volunteers is readying to welcome visitors and delegates from around the world.
The best part? Listen at your own convenience!