i-Transport & UATP
Go Green – Go Smart Conference and Exhibition

i-Transport and UATP Go Green – Go Smart Transport Conference and Exhibition is co-hosted by ITS South Africa and the UATP and is supported by ITS Africa and MaaS AFRICA. This partnership released significant synergies and exceeded expectations. This flagship conference and exhibition will again take place as a co-operative project to assist the Public Transport, Intelligent Transport and related sectors in pursuing our shared strategic objectives on 18 – 20 June 2018.

This is the flagship event for Smart Mobility in South Africa and for Africa.

The preliminary programme with the speaker line-up has been released. On the pre-conference day (18 June) there will be a Master Class and a Site Visit. Following the Plenary Sessions on Day 1, there will be 3 focused sessions on “MaaS”, “Big Data” and “Sustainability” in the morning and 2 on“Making it Work” and “Moving People” in the afternoon.

Day 1 will also feature a Trade Day for visitors to the Exhibition.

Day 1 concludes with the Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony.

We cordially invite industry colleagues to contact us as sponsors and exhibitors. Please click to to express your interest.

Please click here to register as a conference delegate.

Connecting the Dots: Transport Data and Cyber Security

The concept of “Smart Cities” revolves around the interconnection of different operators from domains of activity such as transport, energy, health and infrastructure, who all rely on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) systems to collect, retrieve, process, and exchange data in order to improve their services and the quality of life of citizens. Cyber-physical devices, communication networks and central servers optimise the transport service up to a certain degree of automation. With data becoming the “fuel” of transport planning and operations, To date, the focus was more on interoperability and less so on safeguarding data. Given the escalating threats, Cyber Security has therefore become an area of vital interest for ITS professionals.

With a range of stake holders collecting data from multiple sources for diverse purposes a he “Data Lake” has developed with both historical and real- and semi-real data The emphasis has shifted from collecting the data to mining and using the massive trove of data to apply it to find new and better solutions to transport challenges. This poses the challenge: How do we “connect the dots” This workshop will explore the action steps towards a Virtual Transport Data Warehouse. We need find ways to move to a situation in the transport and data management area where the whole is more than the sum of the parts.

The workshop will be kindly hosted at the Gautrain Management Agency in Midrand, with easy access via the Gautrain. For using the Gautrain, please visit https://www.gautrain.co.za. The GMA offices are diagonally across the street from the Gautrain Midrand Station. Click here for a map. Date to be confirmed in September 2018

Click here to download the provisional programme.

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