Concurrent Expos

Smart Mobility 2018, October 23-25, Mumbai: The Success Reaffirmed Expo’s Top Position

  • Every solution under one roof
  • Annual meeting point for the Traffic Industry
  • Appropriate platform to showcase traffic solutions
  • The right platform to convey government policies and show the larger picture of the road and highway projects undertaken by the government
  • A lot of insights into parking management systems
  • A useful contribution to the society by bringing most advanced traffic technology and the users from the government under one platform
The seventh edition of the integrated twin show – TrafficInfraTech Expo and Parking InfraTech Expo, 2018 – was a successful combination of high-level business activity, knowledge sharing and networking. The awareness and enthusiasm among the stakeholders reflected on all the three days of the Expo, with many committing to come back again for the 2019 event in Mumbai in November

Over 120 national and international exhibitors showcased solutions in Traffic management/infrastructure, ITS, Tolling, Safety & Security, Parking, Public Transport , EVs and many more. Over 120 national and international exhibitors showcased solutions in Traffic Technology and Road Safety: Traffic Signalling, HTMS, ANPR, Data Analysis, Toll automation/RFID, CCTV cameras, Road marking systems, Noise and Crash Barriers, Access control systems, E- Ticketing, Smart parking solutions, Multilevel parking, Parking apps, EVs, Constriction and paving, signage etc

Supported by the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, NITI Aayog and other organisations, the three-day was inaugurated by the Secretary, MoRTH, Yudhvir Singh Malik in the presence of officials from Central and state government departments and supporting organisations. The Country Partner was Australia and at the inaugural Conference session, Austrade released Future Transport and Mobility Industry Capability Report (ICR).

The quality and enthusiasm of the visitors highlighted the point that the demand for traffic solutions in India is quite high. The show also highlighted the increase in awareness among the stakeholders about Traffic technology and products. There were also visitors and experts from across the country — Maharashtra, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir, Gujarat and from assortment of Government departments, NHAI, Traffic Police, Town planners, Infrastructure companies, Road Transport Corporations, Trade Commissions; PWDs; Municipal Corporations, Metro/Railways…

Exhibitors were equally elated to meet up with the right kind of solution seekers and decision-makers. The exhibitors opined that the companies they wanted to be associates with were present at the event and they could discuss with fellow exhibitors too, along with the visitors, their product offerings.

Cutting across barriers, the Show facilitated accessibility of important dignitaries and business stakeholders, a process that otherwise would have taken much individual time and effort.

The Conference

The Conference with the theme ‘Driving Smart Mobility’ covered areas like Capacity Building and New Mobility Plans for India; Emerging Technology for Highways, Road and Vehicle Safety: Policies, Trends and Technology; Mobility and Smart Cities, Parking Management, Reinventing Public Transport, Policy Framework for ITS applications in India and Emerging Technologies IoT and a Training in Defensive Driving for the Police and transport departments. The special session on start-ups opened up the challenges and opportunities for new companies in the traffic sector.

A special session on ‘Women, Cities and Transport’ explored inter-related themes like Women, Mobility, City Planning, Policies and Technology.

The stage is already set for Smart Mobility 2019. To be held in November next year in Mumbai, the twin expos are designed to be even bigger than this one with newer content & sessions and with a focus on Future Mobility.

In the coming years smart mobility will be driven by connected and autonomous vehicles & electric vehicles, global system integration,. navigational & control technology, geospatial solutions, accuracy of mapping, innovations in safety/security for roads & railways, integrated communications, multiple shared mobility options, big data analytics, cloud technology, high speed rail solutions…

The Road safety awareness competition for Mumbai Colleges and a special driver training session for enforcement officials from the Police and transport department were some of the highlights of the event.

A complete module on awareness was designed in such a manner that the session made students realise why it is important to follow rules on roads including importance of road safety, safety gears, safe braking, road signs & road markings and how to avoid accidents.

It was very encouraging to hear the Show Partners response to the Show. “We are happy for participating in TrafficInfraTech Expo for the fifth year in a row,” said Sandep Pawar of Kent Intelligent Transport Systems Pvt Ltd.

“It has been a great Show and also the Conference was very interesting. We are hoping to participate in the next Show too,” stated Ravin Mirchandani of Ador Powertron. The solution providers could meet consultants and traffic police officials and could directly interact with them.

The best thing about the show has been quality the quality of the trade visitors.

For companies like Data corp, Dahua Technology, Valmont Structures, Prama HIKVision Pvt Ltd, Avery Dennison, TomTom, VTRAC Worldwide and Siemens Smart Mobility 2018, has been a very fruitful experience.

Asia’s Largest Integrated Show on Smart and Safe Mobility

Bringing together government departments, enforcement authorities, infrastructure companies, smart city consultants and leading players from national and international traffic industry.

  • 200+ Exhibitors
  • 20+ Countries
  • Patronised by key decision makers
  • Multi Track Conference
  • B2B platform for lead generation
  • Unique opportunity to network engage with potential business partners

Register to VisitRegister to Exhibit

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • Youtube

Rahul Bagadia

Member of NHEV Working Group, Co-founder pManifold & nextERG Energy Infra

Anil Chhikara

Member of NHEV Working Group, Founder CEO, BlueBolt Electric

Dr. Ashutosh Sharma

Former Secretary DST, Ministry of Science and Tech

Amit Bhardwaj

Addl. Dy Commissioner, DMC (East) Previously, NITI Aayog

Anil Srivastava

Member Knowledge Group at NHEV

Aneri Patel

Co-Founder and Director, Amnex Infotechnologies Pvt. Ltd.

Anil Chikara

Blubolt, NHEV [2W EV Rural Penetration & Accessibility]

S. M. Khan

Senior Research Officer, (Tpt), NITI Aayog

Jagdish Chander Sharma

Additional Chief Secretary to Hon’ble Chief Minister, Excise & Taxation, Information & Public Relations, Transport, Government of Himachal Pradesh

Vinay Mishra

Sr. Vice President (Projects), Prama India Private Limited

Sushil Kumar

Dy. Director General (IoT), Telecommunication Engineering Center, Dept of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communication

Dr. Rajesh Krishnan

CEO, ITS Planners and Engineers Private Limited.

Prof. (Dr.) Ashish Verma

Convenor, IISc Sustainable Transportation Lab (IST Lab)

Saleem Ahmad

Executive Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited

Captain. T. S. Ramanujam

CEO, Logistics Sector Skill Council, Chennai

Lt Gen Rajeev Chaudhry

VSM, Director General, Border Roads Organisation

Lt Gen Rajeev Chaudhry

VSM, Director General, Border Roads Organisation

Dr. V.K. Saraswat

Member NITI Aayog, Govt of India

Abhijeet Sinha

National Program Director, Ease of Doing Business, Project Director - National Highway for Electric Vehicle

Shri. Nitin Gadkari

Hon'ble Minister, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Uttam Dang

NHEV, 108 Horizon [Lesser Price EVs and EV Infra Station Financing]

Shwetank Jain

NHEV & CEO P2Power [Green Highways - Economic Corridors]

Nikhil Kumar

Map my India [India’s Theft-Proof Generation of EVs]

Arth Patel

CEO, TIREX / Krishna Sharma EXICOM [Charging Station Vs Petrol Pump]

Amit Bhardwaj

Addl. Dy Commissioner, DMC (East) Previously, NITI Aayog

Anil Srivastava

Member Knowledge Group at NHEV

Ajay Sharma

Chief General Manager, Ropeways and Rapid Transport System Development Corporation H.P. Ltd. (RTDC)

Sharif Qamar

Fellow and Area Convener, Centre for Transport and Urban Governance, TERI

Manoj Kumar Gangeya

Director, NITI Aayog

Afaq Hussain

Director, Bureau of Research on Industry & Economic Fundamentals (BRIEF)

Sachin Bhanushali

Director & CEO, GatewayRail Freight Limited

Siddharth Sinha

Public Policy Consultant, NITI Aayog

Randheer Singh

Sr. Consultant (EV), NITI Aayog

Rahul R

Deputy Secretary (Infrastructure Connectivity), NITI Aayog

M. Vijay Kumar

Joint Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity), NITI Aayog

Dr. GVR Shastri

Sr. Economist & Chairman - Coastal India Development Council

Sudhendu J. Sinha

Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity & Electric Mobility), NITI Aayog

Eleswarapu Srinivas

Joint General Manager - Business Development, Heavy Civil Infrastructure IC, Larsen & Toubro limited

Dr. Nishith Gupta

Chief Technical Officer, SYSTRA

Vinod Shukla

Managing Director, FGS Engineers & Innovators.

Markus Türtscher

Head Tunnelling and Geotechnics Division, Bernard Gruppe & Director Bernard Consultants Pvt. Ltd

I.K. Pandey

Director General (RD) & Special Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Shamik Joshi

Head - Products & Technology, Amnex Infotechnologies Pvt. Ltd.

Rama Shankar Pandey

Managing Director, Hella India Lighting Ltd.

Dr. Kayitha Ravinder

Senior Principal Scientist & Head - Transportation Planning and Environment Division, CSIR-CRRI

Mallesh Cheekoti

Managing Director, Intelex Systems Limited

Akhilesh Kumar Srivastava

Mobility Expert and Consultant

Dr. Kamal Soi

Sustainable Safety Expert

Dr. Muktesh Chander

IPS, Special Commissioner of Police/Traffic, Delhi

T Krishna Prasad

IPS, Retd. Former DGP & Chairman Road Safety Authority, Hyderabad. Founder Chairman KP Foundation.

Venkata Subbarao Chunduru

Director - India, IBI Group

Aditya Bhave

Director, Klaus Multiparking Systems Pvt Ltd

Mihir Dakwala

Head - Data Science and Machine Learning, Amnex Infotechnologies Pvt. Ltd.

Amit Bhatt

Director - Integrated Urban Transport, WRI India

Anjum Parwez

Managing Director, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited

Kumar Keshav

Managing Director, Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation

Ashish P. Dhakan

MD & CEO, Prama Hikvision India Pvt. Ltd.

Nikhil Alulkar

Sr Vice President & Head - India, SAARC, Tech Mahindra

Abhijit Verma

Executive Director and CEO, Avigna Group

Manish Puri

President, Association of Container Train Operators

Prakash Gaur

CEO, National Highway Logistics Management Limited

Vaibhav Dange

Advisor, National Highways Authority of India

S.P. Singh

Joint Secretary (IAHE & Logistic), Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Amrit Lal Meena

Additional Secretary (Logistics), Ministry of Commerce and Industry

Abhishek Tiwari

Associate Director, Indian Road Survey & Management Pvt Ltd

Narayanan Subramaniam

Athaang Infrastructure Private Limited

Nitin Nakhat

Proprietor, Shri Balaji Road Marking Machines

Rajaram Subramaniam

Managing Director, Safebarrier International Pvt Ltd

Sandeep Pawar

MD & CEO, Kent Intelligent Transportation Systems (India) Pvt. Ltd.

J. K. Goyal

Senior Principal Scientist - Bridges and Structures Division, CSIR-CRRI

S.K. Nirmal

Secretary General, Indian Roads Congress & Additional Director General, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways

R.K. Pandey

Member (Projects), National Highways Authority of India

Amit Kumar Ghosh

Additional Secretary Highway, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways