The 17th ITS Asia Pacific Forum hosted by ITS Australia as a fully digital event is now over. Using the digital platform, over 700 attendees networked, developed new business partnerships and meet with industry leaders, decision makers and government to explore the emerging technology advances and benefits that ITS delivers to critical elements of our daily life, and debated the policies that are required to support its surging growth.
For registered delegates, if you missed anything, post-event session recordings, all speaker material, the exhibition, attendee list, digital tours and product demonstrations, and all partner program showcases will remain for viewing on the digital platform until 16 July 2021. If you missed out on registering before the event and would like access to this valuable material, post-event digital registration is still available – read more. . .
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Given the ongoing restrictions related to the recent outbreak of Covid-19 in Brisbane, the 17th ITS Asia Pacific Forum will be held as a fully digital event. This digital version of the Forum will take place, as planned, from 12–15 April 2021. ITS Australia is dedicated to putting on the best event to support our industry and we have decided—given the current circumstances—that a fully digital conference will best support industry while keeping everyone safe.
Over 700+ registered from over 20 countries – see who’s attending
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Connect via the Digital Platform: Your digital registration will provide access to the 4-Day program to view presentations live as well as the full on-demand content, connect with exhibitors in the virtual exhibition, connect with speakers with questions, plus access delegates around the world to connect, network, arrange meetings, live chat and more. All attendees will have access to the easy to use digital platform accessible via phone, tablet and PC.
The conference theme, “ITS Innovation Creating Liveable Communities”, will demonstrate Australia’s new initiatives and adapted learnings from the advances of our neighbouring megacities. Key topics to be covered include MaaS, Automated Vehicles, Data Analytics, Transport Inclusivity, and Network Development.