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Webinars: The future of transport

Webinars: The Future of Transport

Our webinars

Join us as we discuss the transport challenges of today and the future in a series of webinars with our partners. 

ITS UK webinar

 ITS UK Webinar - The future of traffic management: Improving safety, efficiency and capacity
: Tuesday 13th October 2020
14:00 - 15:0 (GMT+1)

Phil Avery, Founder and Managing Director at Navtech Radar, will share his insights on how radar technology can improve existing traffic challenges. Also, he will explore how safety, efficiency and capacity can be enhanced with future-proofing smart infrastructure.

Joining him in the webinar is George Economides, Future Mobility Team Leader at Oxfordshire County Council and Gavin Jackman, Managing Director at Aimsun. 

 Stinsons ITS Webinar - Paving the way for safer, smarter roads in Canada
: Wednesday 7th October 2020
18:00 - 18:30 (GMT+1) / 13:00 - 13:30 (EDT)

Phil Avery, Founder and Managing Director at Navtech Radar, will share his insights on the future of highways in Canada and across Europe in this webinar hosted by Stinson ITS. He'll explain how radar technology is helping to meet today's transport challenges and it's capability to  provide a future proofed solution for our changing world. Joining him in the webinar will be Michael McGuire, Manager & Solutions Architect, and Ajay Kaushik, Technical Sales Director at Stinson ITS. 

Stinson ITS webinar
Intertraffic webinar

 Intertraffic Webinar - Connected road users need connected road networks
: Wednesday 29th September 2020
13:00 - 14:30 (GMT+1)

In this webinar, hosted by Intertraffic, Shayan Afshar, our ClearWay Project Engineer, will share his technical expertise and provide Navtech's insights on the next steps in connecting smart infrastructure with connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV). He'll also be joined by Martin Böhm, Head of Business Unit Digital Infrastructure & Data at AustriaTech, and Paul Potters, Director Smart Mobility to form a panel for a live Q&A session. 

Article first published: 14/09/2020

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