26th ITS World Congress 2019 Singapore

21 – 25 October 2019
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore – MAP

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  • Technical Tours schedule
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Themed Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities, 26th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, the world’s leading transport technology congress, will arrive at the shores of Singapore from 21 – 25 October 2019.

10,000+ Participants | 300+ Exhibitors | 20+ Technical Tours and Demonstrations


ITS Australia Vox Pop in Singapore

ITS Australia will host a podcast, vox pop and interviews – ITS Australia Ambassador Brian Negus will host conversations with global ITS leaders, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors . . . produced by ITS Australia Policy Manager Stacey Ryanlisten to 2018 Copenhagen podcasts!


Preliminary Program Published

Record number of Australians presenting and moderating in Singapore!

Preliminary Program at 30 May 2019

International Program Committee

  • Dean Zabrieszach President ITS Australia and CEO HMI Technologies
  • Brian Negus Ambassador ITS Australia and Chair Board of Directors, CICA Group
  • Susan Harris CEO ITS Australia

ITS World Congress Board of Directors

  • Brian Negus Ambassador ITS Australia and Chair Board of Directors, CICA Group
  • Susan Harris CEO ITS Australia

Executive Sessions

  • National Transport Commission, Australia
    ES02: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES TESTING – HOW DO WE ADDRESS LEGISLATION DISCREPANCIES?
  • Chris Bennetts, Executive Director Digital Products Delivery, Transport for New South Wales, Australia
    ES05: TRANSFORMING MAAS FROM IMAGINATION TO REALITY
  • Brian Negus, Ambassador, ITS Australia, Chair, Collaborative ITS Consulting Australia, Australia
    ES07: MOMENTS OF TRUTH IN MAAS IMPLEMENTATION
  • Susan Harris, Chief Executive Officer, ITS Australia, Australia
    ES08: TODAY’S MOBILITY: ACCESSIBILITY, INCLUSIVITY AND SAFETY
  • Dean Zabrieszach, Chief Executive Officer, HMI Technologies Pty Ltd / Ohmio Automation Ltd, Australia
    ES09: IS PROLIFERATION OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES CREATING A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD?

Special Interest Sessions

  • Majid Sarvi, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    SIS 01: HIGHLY CONNECTED AND AUTOMATED MULTIMODAL URBAN SYSTEM
  • Miranda Blogg, Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads, Australia
    SIS 03: COMMUNICATING THE BENEFITS OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY
  • Clarissa Han, Australian Road Research Board, Australia
    SIS 11: SUSTAINABLE ITS ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES MEETING TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES
  • Qudus Wazirzada, Roads and Maritime Services, Australia
    SIS 11: SUSTAINABLE ITS ASSET MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES MEETING TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES
  • Andrew Somers, Transoptim, Australia
    SIS 12: INTELLIGENCE AS A FOUNDATION FOR SMART MOBILITY THROUGH SMART TRAFFIC SIGNALS
  • David Johnston, Intelligent Transport Services, Australia
    SIS 12: INTELLIGENCE AS A FOUNDATION FOR SMART MOBILITY THROUGH SMART TRAFFIC SIGNALS
  • Kwok June Johnny Leung, Synergistic Traffic Consultancy, Australia
    SIS 12: INTELLIGENCE AS A FOUNDATION FOR SMART MOBILITY THROUGH SMART TRAFFIC SIGNALS
  • Scott Benjamin, WSP, Australia
    SIS 13: DELIVERING ON PROACTIVE CONGESTION MANAGEMENT
  • Scott White, Transport for NSW, Australia
    SIS 13: DELIVERING ON PROACTIVE CONGESTION MANAGEMENT
  • Chris Bax, Cubic Transportation Systems Ltd., Australia
    SIS 13: DELIVERING ON PROACTIVE CONGESTION MANAGEMENT
  • Matthew Gallaugher, WSP Australia, Australia
    SIS 13: DELIVERING ON PROACTIVE CONGESTION MANAGEMENT
  • Charles Sevior, Dell EMC, Australia
    SIS 18: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND CLOUD COMPUTING DRIVE THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF ITS INDUSTRY
  • Julie Van Dort, Department of Transport, Victoria, Australia
    SIS 19: CRIMINAL LIABILITY SCHEME FOR AV ACCIDENT
  • Segolene Deeley, Keolis Downer, Australia
    SIS 27: THE ROLE AND BENEFITS OF MOBILITY ON DEMAND IN THE MULTIMODAL JOURNEY
  • Sue Wiblin, Keolis Downer, Australia
    SIS 27: THE ROLE AND BENEFITS OF MOBILITY ON DEMAND IN THE MULTIMODAL JOURNEY
  • Chen Cai, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    SIS 27: THE ROLE AND BENEFITS OF MOBILITY ON DEMAND IN THE MULTIMODAL JOURNEY
  • Joshua Brydges, Go Get, Australia
    SIS 27: THE ROLE AND BENEFITS OF MOBILITY ON DEMAND IN THE MULTIMODAL JOURNEY
  • Chris Koniditsiotis, Transport Certification Australia, Australia
    SIS 30: TRANSFORMING FREIGHT MOVEMENT THROUGH ITS (TFMI) PART II: EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE OPERATION OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ON HIGHWAYS
  • Dean Zabrieszach, HMI Technologies Pty Ltd, Australia
    SIS 38: IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAMS OF CONNECTED AUTOMATED SHUTTLE AS URBAN PUBLIC & SHARED MOBILITY
  • John Wall, Austroads, Australia
    SIS 40: SHARING DATA FOR TRAFFIC INFORMATION BETWEEN ROAD AUTHORITIES AND SERVICE PROVIDERS
  • Chen Cai, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    SIS 42: MOBILITY DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND SHARING: CHALLENGES AND OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES
  • Marjid Sarvi, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    SIS 43: DIGITAL TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE – DEFINITIONS, ELEMENTS AND FUNCTIONS
  • Graham Pointer, WSP Australia, Australia
    SIS 47: PUTTING ITS IN ITS PLACE: PLACE CENTRIC APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT
  • Mary Haverland, WSP Australia, Australia
    SIS 47: PUTTING ITS IN ITS PLACE: PLACE CENTRIC APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT
  • Peter Colacino, Infrastructure Australia, Australia
    SIS 47: PUTTING ITS IN ITS PLACE: PLACE CENTRIC APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT
  • Rob Lake, Great Community Transport, Australia
    SIS 56: ACCESSIBLE AND EQUITABLE MOBILITY: CAN THIS BE ACCOMPLISHED WITH MAAS?

Asia-Pacific Regional Stream

  • David Ng, PTV Group, Australia
    AP 05: TESTING AND VALIDATING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES USING TRAFFIC SIMULATION
  • Adriana-Simona MIHAITA, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    AP 07: CROWD MOVEMENT ANALYSIS AND MODELLING
  • Chen Cai, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    AP 07: CROWD MOVEMENT ANALYSIS AND MODELLING
  • Christopher Bentley, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    AP 07: CROWD MOVEMENT ANALYSIS AND MODELLING
  • Jacqueline King, iMOVE Australia, Australia
    AP 10: OPTIMISING SUPPLY CHAINS USING DATA: SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Andrew Higgins, CSIRO, Australia
    AP 10: OPTIMISING SUPPLY CHAINS USING DATA: SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Gary Dolman, Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport & Regional Economics, Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities, Australia
    AP 10: OPTIMISING SUPPLY CHAINS USING DATA: SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Ian Christensen, iMove, Australia
    AP 10: OPTIMISING SUPPLY CHAINS USING DATA: SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Technical Sessions

  • Hoang Nguyen, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    TS 02: ANALYSIS, PREDICTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DEMAND FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT
  • Kevin Orr, Liftango, Australia
    TS 02: ANALYSIS, PREDICTION AND MANAGEMENT OF DEMAND FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT
  • Scott Benjamin, WSP, Australia
    TS 05: NATIONAL ITS SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DEPLOYMENT
  • Henry Wu, JYW Consulting, Australia
    TS 05: NATIONAL ITS SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DEPLOYMENT
  • Qudus Wazirzada, Smart Sustainable Solutions, Australia
    TS 05: NATIONAL ITS SYSTEMS PLANNING AND DEPLOYMENT
  • Hossein Parsa, Transurban, Australia
    TS 07: DATA GATHERING, SHARING AND FUSION TECHNOLOGIES
  • Stacey Ryan, ITS Australia, Australia
    TS 08: TECHNOLOGIES FOR TRAVEL DEMAND MANAGEMENT
  • Kwok June Johnny Leung, Synergistic Traffic Consultancy, Australia
    TS 10: ITS FOR INTERSECTION SAFETY II
  • Ronny Kutadinata, Australian Road Research Board, Australia
    TS 18: ITS INFRASTRUCTURE FOR AUTOMATED VEHICLES I
  • Ronny Kutadinata, Australian Road Research Board, Australia
    TS 25: CONNECTED & AUTOMATED VEHICLE DEPLOYMENT & FIELD OPERATIONS TESTS I
  • Oliver Klaus, Insurance Australia Group, Australia
    TS 28: NEXT GENERATION STANDARDS: OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE ON PRIOR SUCCESS
  • Julien Marr, WSP Australia, Australia
    TS 28: NEXT GENERATION STANDARDS: OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE ON PRIOR SUCCESS
  • Surabhi Gupta, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    TS 32: MODELLING & SIMULATION STUDIES FOR AUTOMATED VEHICLES I
  • Tuo Mao, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
    TS 33: TRAFFIC CONTROL & OPERATIONS III
  • Anif Khader, VicRoads, Australia
    TS 33: TRAFFIC CONTROL & OPERATIONS III
  • Stacey Ryan, ITS Australia, Australia
    TS 34: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE (MAAS) AND MOBILITY ON DEMAND
  • Graham McCabe, Urbis, Australia
    TS 34: MOBILITY AS A SERVICE (MAAS) AND MOBILITY ON DEMAND
  • Christopher Bentley, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    TS 43: APPLICATION OF DATA ANALYTICS TO TRAFFIC DEMAND AND CONGESTION MANAGEMENT
  • Sajjad Shafiei, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    TS 46: TRANSPORT MODELLING AND FORECASTING
  • Jonathan Spear, Infrastructure Victoria, Australia
    TS 49: CASE STUDIES THAT HELP DEFINE POLICY AND STRATEGY
  • Victor Shapilsky, NSW Government – Roads and Maritime Services, Australia
    TS 49: CASE STUDIES THAT HELP DEFINE POLICY AND STRATEGY
  • David Scott, Road and Mar, Australia
    TS 51: APPLICATION OF DATA ANALYTICS & MODELLING IN TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Anthony Fitts, VicRoads, Australia
    TS 52: NEW MULTIMODAL MODES AND INTEGRATED DIGITAL PLATFORM COVERING SCHEDULING, ROUTING AND PRIORITY
  • David Alderson, WSP, Australia
    TS 57: V2X COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES & COOPERATIVE SYSTEMS II
  • Milos Pesic, VicRoads, Australia
    TS 58: TECHNOLOGY & SYSTEM FOR SAFETY AND ENFORCEMENT II
  • Manuel Gonzalez, SICE ANZ, Australia
    TS 63: SUSTAINABILITY IN TRANSPORTATION I
  • Fiona Swan, Transurban, Australia
    TS 65: ITS FOR TRAFFIC SAFETY MANAGEMENT
  • Jeff Dusting, Transurban, Australia
    TS 67: ITS FOR EMERGENCY

Scientific Paper Sessions

  • Adriana-Simona MIHAITA, DATA61|CSIRO, Australia
    SP 02: AI, DATA ANALYTICS AND ADVANCE OPTIMIZATION METHODS FOR DEMAND STUDIES, TRAFFIC PREDICTION AND INCIDENT DETECTION
  • Peter Stasinopoulos, RMIT University, Australia
    SP 05: CONNECTED VEHICLE DATA FOR OPTIMIZATION OF TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
  • Azadeh Emami, The Department of Infrastructure Engineering, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    SP 06: V2X DATA FOR IMPROVING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE NAVIGATION AND PERCEPTION
  • Ronny Kutadinata, Australian Road Research Board, Australia
    SP 07: PASSENGER AND FREIGHT TRAVEL DEMAND STUDIES AND OPTIMIZATION APPLIED TO ITS APPLICATIONS

Commercial Paper Sessions

  • David McKechnie, Telstra, Australia
    CP 01: SOLUTIONS LEADING TO THE DEPLOYMENT OF CONNECTED & AUTOMATED VEHICLES
  • Philip Manning, Siemens Mobility, Australia
    CP 01: SOLUTIONS LEADING TO THE DEPLOYMENT OF CONNECTED & AUTOMATED VEHICLES
  • John Cardoso, Intelematics, Australia
    CP 02: CROWDSOURCING AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ITS SOLUTIONS
  • Pablo Ruiz, SICE, Australia
    CP 02: CROWDSOURCING AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ITS SOLUTIONS
  • Alan Ford, SAGE Automation, Australia
    CP 02: CROWDSOURCING AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ITS SOLUTIONS
  • Justin Lu, Real Time Traffic, Australia
    CP 04: SUSTAINABLE ITS SOLUTIONS FOR SMARTER AND GREENER CITIES
  • John Gordon, Transport Certification Australia, Australia
    CP 06: POLICY, TECHNOLOGY AND PRICING CHALLENGES IN MANAGEMENT OF NEW EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
  • Cecilia Warren, IAG, Australia
    CP 06: POLICY, TECHNOLOGY AND PRICING CHALLENGES IN MANAGEMENT OF NEW EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
  • Henry Wu, JYW Consulting, Australia
    CP 06: POLICY, TECHNOLOGY AND PRICING CHALLENGES IN MANAGEMENT OF NEW EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
  • Stephen Owens, Intelematics, Australia
    CP 08: PERSONALISED MOBILITY SERVICES AND SHARED MOBILITY SOLUTIONS

Youth Leadership Development Program

We are very proud to have two young Australians selected to the World Congress Youth Leadership Development Program:


ITS Australia: Major Exhibitors in Singapore!

  • A large contingent of Australian and New Zealand ITS professionals will attend, present, network and do business.
  • Large Australian Pavilion hosted by ITS Australia stand #73 and co-hosted by ITS Asia Pacific and ITS New Zealand – featuring leading industry co-exhibitors showcasing new technologies from Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific.
  • VIP Reception co-hosted by ITS Australia and ITS New Zealand held at a premium venue in Singapore with stunning views over Marina Bay Sands – by invitation only
  • ITS Australia hosted podcast, vox pop and interviews – listen to 2018 Copenhagen podcasts
  • All ITS Australia member logos on continuous display in the Expo Hall across multiple locations, along with highlights of ITS Australia’s 2019 event and networking program.
  • Record number Australian representation in the scientific program across multiple sessions
  • ITS Australia hold several positions on both the ITS World Congress International Program Committee and the ITS Asia Pacific Board of Directors providing opportunity to influence discussion and decision-making to support the particular needs of the Australian industry.

ITS Australia Pavilion – Stand #73

 


Your opportunity to participate at the World Congress

Sponsorship Opportunities Available

Being a co-exhibitor on a major pavilion is the best way to get noticed at this major global event – providing high visibility in the exhibition for your industry solutions. Leverage this opportunity to be part of the ITS Australia Pavilion and generate new business leads across Europe, Americas and Asia Pacific.  Alternatively, consider sponsorship of ITS Australia hosted social networking functions –  a great way to associate a positive and socially engaging experience with your brand.

Exhibitor List and Expo Floor Plan

  • 10,000+ visitors through the Expo Hall
  • Logo branding, wall mounted monitor, lockable storage, ample bench-top space for displays and meeting spaces
  • Access to official World Congress Media Partners
  • Multiple website listings
  • Official World Congress online Exhibitor Profile
  • Global brand and media engagement
  • ITS Australia VIP Reception guest invitations
  • Professional Project Management done for you by ITS Australia!

***DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS ONCE-A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND SALES AT THE WORLD’S LEADING ITS TECHNOLOGY EVENT IN ASIA PACIFIC***

Sponsorship opportunities available for ITS Australia social networking functions – email your Expression of Interest: [email protected]

 

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