Mumbai: The future of Indian infrastructure and mobility largely depends on the newer technologies, processes and intelligent systems similar to what is being showcased at the 10th edition of TrafficInfraTech Expo along with Smart Mobility Expo, Parking InfraTech Expo and Road InfraTech Expo being organized from November 16 to 18 at Hall No. 4, Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. Mr S.V.R. Srinivas, Metropolitan Commissioner, MMRDA, inaugurated the expos with the traditional lamp lighting.
Dignitaries who joined the inauguration include S.K. Nirmal Director General (RD) and Special Secretary (Retd), Ministry of Road Transport & Highways; Sandeep Shandilya-IPS ADGP (Railways & Road Safety), Telangana State Police Department; and G. Janardan, IPS ADGP, PTRI, Madhya Pradesh Police.
Following the inauguration, Mr S.V.R. Srinivas addressed the high-level conference session on Town/City Planning and Transport Infrastructure Challenges in implementation.
Organized by VIS Group, this expo is in tune with the Government’s vision of strengthening all node of transport – Roads, Railways, Airports, Ports, Mass Transportation, Waterways, and Logistics Infrastructure- and of providing safe mobility with the inclusion of technology. With so much of focus on strengthening India‘s mobility space, the event will be the perfect place for solution seekers to meet the technology/product providers in Traffic Management/ Technology, ITS, Tolling, Telematics, Parking, Mass Transport, EVs and new Mobility.
With participation from over 200+ brands, 5000+ business visitors, from 20 countries including USA, the UK, UAE, Germany, Israel, Australia, the Expo will have latest products and systems in ITS, IoT. AI & Blockchain, Logistics, Vehicle Telematics, Delineator; Road Safety, Traffic Monitoring, Smart Parking App, ATCS, New construction technology, New Mobility and many more will be on display under one roof