Yet one more successful Innings for Trafficinfratech Expo and Parking Infratatech Expo
Impressive Footfall : Over 3000 Trade visitors from multiple sectors
Presence of a good number of government officials & enforcement authorities
Encouraging line up of Smart City Consultants and Municipal Corporations
Over 50 new exhibitors
Special zone for innovation and startups
High level Conference sessions
Sealing of Big Business...
While TrafficInfraTech Expo has been in its sixth edition, ParkingInfraTech expo was held for the third time. The different segments for the shows were ITS, Tolling, Telematics, Safety & Security, Mass Transportation, and Road Infrastructure & Construction.
Nitin Gadkari, Honourable Minister of Road Transport & Highways, in his message said that shows are "ideal platform to showcase our country's vision to have safe and fast mobility".
Yudhvir Singh Malik, Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Government of India, on the opening day, said that he was impressed with the quality of international solutions and latest technologies present at the show. He said a document detailing the solutions under various requirements like Road Safety, ITS, etc., by each company present at the show could prove to be extremely useful to the stakeholders.
Over 125 national and international exhibitors from 25 countries exhibited at the twin shows that were held in two halls at the venue. While nearly all the international delegates promised to return to the show next year round too, a few non participating companies expressed keen interest to be a part of the show and the seminars in a much bigger way. A few national exhibitors said they were so happy that their discussions with potential business partners went on till 3 am on the second day and continued from there onwards on the third day. Another exhibitor said that he and his team did not have any free time on the second and the third days as they were completely occupied in business talks with potential business partners who visited their stall.
The panel discussions and special presentations that were held parallel to the show like each year, were a huge hit. Each and every VIP, speaker and delegate expressed happiness at the topics discussed and presentations made by the experts with a vision to the future.
The first discussion on 'Digital Innovations for Mobility' had Yudhvir Singh Malik, Anil Srivastava. T Krishna Prasad, and Dhiraj Wali (Vice President at Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Pvt Ltd) as the eminent panelists. It was chaired and moderated by Lux Rao, Director & Leader. Digital Transformation Office, Cisco India & SAARC. The discussion on 'Multi Modal Transport : Going beyond Technological Collaboration' was chaired and ...
While Yudhvir Singh Malik at the inaugural address spoke on 'Smart Priorities and Solutions for Roads', Anil Srivastava spoke on 'National Vision & Policy Needs'. Abhay Damle's special address was on 'Personalised Transport to Shared Mobility'; Dr Rajesh Krishnan, CEO, ITS Planners and Engineers Pvt Ltd spoke on 'ITS: New Technologies'; Monali Shah, Director Intelligent Transportation, HERE Technologies, Chicago gave a keynote address on the topic, 'From Big Data to Information to Intelligence' and Dr Ravikumar, Joint Director - Transportation and Networking Section (ITNS), Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) gave a presentation on 'Future of Mobility - Intelligent Transportation System to Intelligent Transportation Service'. Akhilesh Srivastava, CGM (IT) & COO - IHMCL, NHAI too made a special presentation as did Ramana Reddy, Chief Engineer, South Central Railway. Sateesh Subramaniam, Joint Director - Planning, Highways Department, Government of Tamilnadu, and M Mahendar Reddy, Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad City Police also made presentations.
Nearly all the international delegates promised to return next year round too. Happy at the response they received, they said, "We were busy throughout and could meet our business associates - present and potential - face-to-face". Rich Choi of ETI, Korea; Paul Poh of Carlo Gavazzi Automation Singapore Pte Ltd, Italy; Ricky D'souza of Laser Technology, INC, USA; Michael Hirsh of Mobileye and Chartered Nextgen Solutions Pvt LTd; Dr Ing, Gerhard Ploss, Business Development - International Sales of SWARCO, Maurice Berger, Technical sales Expert of Microcom PTY Ltd/ A Metrocount, Australia; and Keke Xiao, Regional Sales Director, Asia Pacific, Overseas Department, Dianming, China were a few of the international delegates at the Shows.
Ravin Mirchandani, Chairman, Ador Powerton
We are happy to be part of TrafficInfraTech Expo at Hyderabad. Thanks to the Expo, we got many projects including large fulfillments in Nagpur, Mumbai and Pune, and hope to get many more Smart Cities in 2018.
Sandeep Pawar, Managing Director, Kent Intelligent Transport Systems Pvt Ltd
We are happy for participating in TrafficInfraTech Expo for the fourth year in a row. Initially, we
were apprehensive about the venue but we were proved wrong...
We are basically into urban and inter-urban traffic management solutions. We are partners of
Swarco in India, which is one of the largest company providing solutions for Smart Cities and Urban
Traffic Management Solutions...
Dr Gerhard Ploss, Business Development-International Sales, Swarco Traffic Holding GmbH
Swarco is the market leader in ITS, Traffic Management and Road Safety. We found Indian market
very fast growing and interesting for us, and this Expo happened to be right time to showcase our
products and systems.
R Venkatesh, DirectorGeneral Manager-South Asia, Magnetic Autocontrol Pvt Ltd
We have been participating We have been participating in TrafficInfraTech Expo for the last few years. We see it as an important platform for infrastructure business. The platform TrafficInfraTech is providing to us is very important to exhibit some of our newer products and technologies. We are happy to launch our toll barrier which does not require any external power.
Visitors and Speakers
The visitors and speakers came from various states and also from MoRTH, NITI Aayog, NHAI, Traffic Police, and various other decision-making & law enforcement agencies as well as solution providers. They included experts and stakeholders from Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Goa, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and many other parts of India. There were officials from NITI Aayog; Police departments, Road Transport Corporations, Trade Commissions; Highway and Transport Departments, PWDs; City Transport Services; Municipal Corporations, City Development Authorities; Infrastructure companies, Smart City projects, Turnkey projects and Metro/Railways.
Next Edition of the twin shows:
TrafficInfraTech (7th Edition) and ParkingInfraTech (4th Edition) will be held in Mumbai in October 2018.