In June the ITS European Congress 2019 will kick off the summer of mobility, with the European congress on Intelligent Transport Systems.

The 13th edition of this congress is the largest event entirely dedicated to smart mobility and digitalization of transport. It will take place from June 3 till 6 in the city of Eindhoven and Helmond.

With 3,500 attendees, 150 exhibitors and 1,200 delegates from over 50 countries, the congress is an invaluable platform to get a live update on trends, pilots and deployments on smart mobility.

It is the event to hear from top mobility experts, CEOs, CTOs and key decision makers that shape the future of intelligent transport systems today. All major players in the automotive industry are invited to attend the ITS.

Registration information can be found here.

About Brainport Eindhoven in the Netherlands

To spark economic growth, innovation is key. That’s the strategy that Brainport Eindhoven in the Netherlands breaths and proves. With favourable tax rates, a government that understands the value of R&D and a focus on international trade and invest, the region is the economic engine of the country. If you want to know what’s happening on innovation in the automotive space, look at Brainport Eindhoven.

The Brainport region is located in the south of the Netherlands, about 120km southeast from Amsterdam, and is the Dutch centre of gravity of the automotive industry. Brainport is known for its close cooperation, open supply chain networks, easy accessible research platforms and joint innovation. A wide variety of companies are clustered on different campuses, creating a hotspot of research and development. One of these campuses is focused on smart and green mobility: the Automotive Campus in Helmond. The former Volvo Nedcar development centre has transformed into an international automotive and mobility hotspot where industry, start-ups, education, knowledge institutes and government come together. In an open innovation, OEM-independent and neutral setting all kinds of systems can be tested. The campus offers an attractive learning and working environment, state-of-the-art technological (test) facilities and flexible accommodation concepts. It is where automotive technology is turned into business and where solutions offering answers to future mobility challenges are developed.

R&D and introduction of future technologies in the fields of smart and green mobility requires cross-sectoral collaboration between companies, educational and knowledge institutes and government in the fields of energy, ICT, infrastructure and traffic management. The importance and value of this collaboration is now seen by many international organisations, which results in three important worldwide mobility events happing this summer in the Brainport region. More information can be found here.

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