Edition of Asia’s largest Show on Smart & Safe Mobility Begins (20th and 22st November 2018, Mumbai)• Participation of more than 100 decision makers from India•
100+ Brands• 10+ Countries
• 4000+ trade and professional visitors
• Experts from sectors like Traffic & Transport, Parking, Logistics, Smart Cities, and many more…
November 20, 2019, Mumbai: The 8th edition of TrafficInfraTech Expo along with Parking InfraTech and Smart Mobility Expo began today, November 20, 2019, at the Bombay Exhibition Center, Goregaon, Mumbai.
The expo witnessed a good turnaround from enforcement authorities across the country, government organizations, infrastructure companies and national & international consultants. It provided a great opportunity for knowledge sharing and business.
Distinguished guests at the inauguration included Abhay Damle, Joint Secretary (Transport), MoRTH; T. Krishna Prasad, DGP & Chairman, Road Safety Authority, Telangana Government; Katsuo Matsumoto, Chief Representative, Japan International Cooperation Agency; Mahan Bharat Sagar, Special DGP, Madhya Pradesh and Vinay Korgaonkar, Additional Director General of Police (Traffic), Maharashtra.
In his inaugural address, Abhay Damle Joint Secretary (Transport), Ministry of Road Transport and Highways said, “The recently amended Motor Vehicle Act allows promoting new innovation and technology in India. And, that is what I can witness at TrafficInfratech expo. The expo has grown exponentially over the years, bringing together all the stakeholder on one platform.” He added, “In India, the growth in on-road cars are as high as 15% as against bus transportation, which is virtually stagnated. We need to move from using personal vehicle to utilizing public transport system, and for that, the country requires a robust public transport system in each state.”
Shekhar Channe, Transport Commissioner, Maharashtra said, “The government has decided to equip around 50 RTO offices with IDTR system. Within three months, 90 services for the citizens will be online and no human intervention will be required, except for the driving tests. TrafficInfraTech Expo will be the platform to identify the IT solutions for the traffic sector.”
On implementing new technologies in Maharashtra, Vinay Korgaonkar, Additional Director General of Police (Traffic), Maharashtra said, “The State always adopts advanced technology. Hence, to streamline the traffic in Mumbai and other parts of the State, we are implementing various transport management solutions. One of them is ITMS in Mumbai and on Pune Express Highway.”
While addressing the august gathering, Katsuo Matsumoto, Chief Representative, JICA said, “There is a need to develop reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure, including regional and trans-border infrastructure.”
Speaking about speed related behaviour on Indian Highways, Ravin Mirchandani, Chairman, Ador Powertron Ltd said, “Speeding is a major cause of road fatalities in India and to mitigate this, we have come up with a technology designed for road speed enforcement.”
The leading participants in the Expo include ADOR India, KENT, Rajdeep Info Techno, Trafitek Solutions Pvt Ltd, Jindal (India) Ltd, Shenzhen LY Display Technology Co Ltd, VTRAC Worldwide, ParkingDetection, Feig Electronics, Vitaran Electronics (P) Ltd and Genetec, Siemens, iRAM Technologies Pvt Ltd, iTriangle, DataCorp Traffic and Prama HikVision.
The three-day Conference — Mobility: Smart Today, Smarter Tomorrow – during the Expo covers India’s Future Mobility Plan, Global Future Mobility, Safer & Smarter Roads, Mobility and Smart Cities, Parking Management, Public Transport/Electric Vehicles, Next level of connectivity and Logistics and Transport.
Workshops on Crash Investigation and on Automated Licensing Tests are some of the other highlights of the conference. The Expos showcases the future of mobility solutions like IoT, AI & Blockchain, Vehicle Telematics, Smart Parking App, ATCS, etc.