The Intelligent Transportation Society of America, ERTICO–ITS Europe, and ITS Japan will host the 21st World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems September 7 -11, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan.
Few places in the world have the concentration of companies, research institutions, and deploying agencies in transportation as does Detroit. The Motor City is about more than cars. The Detroit Metropolitan and trans-border region with Canada is in fact a highly innovative and integrated setting where advances in the automotive field infuse and learn from progress in the highway, commercial vehicle and transit arenas.
Detroit brings the opportunity to learn and leverage from the highly innovative transportation culture centered in the region and supports the theme of the 21st World Congress, Reinventing Transportation in our Connected World.
The 2014 World Congress will bring together more than 10,000 of the world’s leading transportation policymakers, researchers, high-tech innovators, and business professionals.
This is a valuable learning experience for any transportation professional and an exciting opportunity to join other industry leaders at the premier ITS event of the year in the Americas. We look forward to seeing you in Detroit in 2014.
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Technology Demonstration Participants Sought for 21st World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems
The conference organizers are planning to feature a live demonstration of ITS technologies. In order to facilitate planning efforts, the Technology Showcase Committee invites interested organizations to submit a pre-application to participate in the World Congress technology demonstrations.
The purpose for this pre-application is to ascertain whether an organization is interested in participating in the technology demonstrations and to collect a general description of what an organization may be considering for demonstration.
Submission of this application will serve as an organization's intent to participate. A formal application process will occur at a later date, which will be an expanded version of this form. At this time, information submitted will be considered the demonstrator's best guess at their possible demonstration. Submission of the pre-application will allow an organization earlier access to the planning process to include teleconferences, face-to-face meetings, and information dissemination.