Intertraffic Amsterdam, 20-23 March (Rai Amsterdam)
[quote]Smart Mobility Hall 8, booth 08.418: Connekt Dutch Pavilion[/quote]
Autonomous Vehicle at Intertraffic
Since its launch in 1972, Intertraffic Amsterdam has become the platform of choice for professionals from around the world to meet. From 20 – 23 March 2018, market leaders and experts attend this must attend event to do business and get up to speed on the developments in the fields of infrastructure, traffic management, safety, parking and smart mobility. World leading companies and stakeholders demonstrate their latest solutions during the four-day exhibition with a focus on personal encounters. Over 30000 traffic and mobility professionals are expected to attend to discover the latest trends and solutions in mobility.
2getthere will be exhibiting the new 3rd generation GRT autonomous vehicle on the Connekt Dutch Pavillion (booth 08.418) in the Smart Mobility Hall of the exhibition (Hall 8). At the pavilion Connekt, the independent network for smart, sustainable and social mobility, will be throwing the spotlight on Dutch knowledge and expertise in the area of mobility, together with over ten members of the Connekt network.
Rivium 3.0 Presentation: March 21
On Wednesday March 21, 2getthere will contribute to a joint presentation with the parties involved in the delivery of the Rivium 3.0 autonomous vehicle project. Starting at 14.15hr in the Smart Mobility Hall, speakers on behalf of 2getthere, the city of Capelle aan den IJssel and RDW will share with other Dutch cities and interested parties, how 2getthere’s ParkShuttle will be transformed into the world’s first autonomous system operating on public roads without featuring a safety driver or steward on board.
With the ParkShuttle, the city of Capelle aan den IJssel aims to further increase regional accessibility. It’s a world premiere for the Netherlands: no permanent autonomous system operates on public roads anywhere in the world. Join us to discover and discuss how autonomous vehicles as part of smart mobility can help increase accessbility and liveability of your city.