Sanjay Kumar Agarwal, Secretary-Transport, Bihar was very impressed with the range of ITMS and Parking solutions on display at the show.

Shashi Nambisan, P.E, Executive Director, Alabama Transportation Institute, The University of Alabama, said, “This platform is a great initiative to bring together elected officials, planners, solution providers and researchers under one roof. It should not be just about research and development but along with that comes deployment of technologies and solutions. Such venues allow people from all domains to come together. This is a two-way conversation where users provide feedback which will be crucial during upgradation of solutions.”

Shows glimpses


Indore’s dancing cop Ranjeet Singh’s unique and sleek dance moves was a showstopper.


Action-packed Day 2
Exhibitors elated with the response


"Concise and required solution for Indian Traffic Industry today…we got to see all of these at this Show" expressed trade visitors and government officials visiting the show today.

"I am extremely impressed to witness a considerable number of participants in the areas of Road Safety, ITS, Parking, telematics and even drones for police. This is nothing less than any International Expo I have got a chance to visit, " expressed Amitabh Gupta, Principal Secretary (Special), Home Department, Government of Maharashtra.

Business visitors, dignitaries and high-level delegates from across India walked into the show from the very moment doors opened this morning. PWD, NHAI, NITI Aayog, various officials from Municipal Corporations across India, Smart City officials and consultants, Mayors, Logistics Companies, Infrastructure players and even from the Automotive Sector. Some of the leading dignitaries on the floor include Sanjay Sasane, Dy Regional Transport Officer, Motor Vehicle Dept, Maharashtra; Vijay Patil, Superintendent of Police - (HQ Mumbai), Maharashtra State Police; Digambar Pradhan, Deputy Commissioner, Maharashtra Police; Vijaya Prasad, Sr Manager, Urban Mass Transit Company Ltd; Satish Thakur, AIG (Rail/Traffic), Chhattisgarh Police; Pritesh Patil, Transport Chairman, Vasai-Virar City Municipal Corporation; Inderpal Singh, Manager ( Commercial), Airport Authority of India; JNPT, NHIDCL and from other sectors.

Right from Parking Management & apps, innovative ITMS solutions, integrated multi-modal solutions, e-challan, body-worn security solutions, seamless mobility and infrastructure were all in high demand.

High-level team from Bengaluru traffic police along with Ravikanthe Gowda, JCP Traffic, Bengaluru shortlisted the product on display at the show to implement in the city for better Traffic Management. “Considering some of the parking related issues in Bangalore, we have identified a few technologies from this expo that can be usable for us to implement and streamline the ever- growing traffic issues. Technologies such as camera-based parking management, automated signalling, intelligent traffic management, enforcement technology, traffic violation technology and license-plate recognition system will be useful for our city. That said, since most of the deaths on the roads are of pedestrians, I suggest the organizers to consider the pedestrians related issues in their forthcoming expo”, he said.

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Show timings: 10am to 5pm

Day's Highlights

  • Meet CEOs and decision-makers of Smart Cities across India
  •  State Road Corporations
  • Municipal Corporations
  • Enforcement Authorities
  • Infrastructure Companies
  • System Integrators and many more…

Day 2 Conference
Conference Schedule

Smart Cities and Mobility:

  • Key note address

  • Presentations and Discussion
    with Smart City Implementors

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