(London, United Kingdom)
From: 22 May, 2019 until: 22 May, 2019
Travel demand management (TDM) tools and techniques have progressed over the last few decades to include new policies, technologies, vehicle and fuel types. Other soft measures have also been introduced such as raising awareness and education policies. The aim of TDM is to improve the efficiency of the transportation system and promote further use of more efficient and smarter modes of transportation. The Public transportation system and ITS are at the heart of that aim. The 9th International (TDM) symposium will be organised by Edinburgh Napier University, and will take place from 19-21 June 2019, at the Hilton Grosvenor Hotel in Edinburgh. The TDM symposium provides three days of intellectual exchange of your research findings with leading researchers and professionals in the field. It will be a platform for best practice sharing and networking with these researchers.
2nd Edition is organized in 2019 after the success of the past annual to continue the discussion on the challenges and opportunities associated with developing a charging infrastructure network. The agenda of the meeting is built around trends and projections for e-mobility and charging infrastructure, challenges and developments in advanced charging technologies, lessons learnt and next steps for public charging, vehicle-to-grid integration, business models, fast charging network, consumer-centric e-mobility market, etc. The discussion will also focus on charging infrastructure in a metropolitan context, smart charging of EV and of scaling a profitable charging network according to user needs, approaches to EV charging business, best practices from Norway, Czech Republic and other European countries.
IMPACT>MOBILITY will unite the urban transportation ecosystem to deliver on-demand low-emission mobility services and create a sustainable business model for its emerging players.
The world's only conference and exhibition dedicated to electric and hybrid marine propulsion.
Talent in Logistics is dedicated to the recruitment, development, engagement and retention of the 2.2 million+ people working in the transport, logistics and warehousing sector. A sector that keeps Britain moving and contributes £120.7 billion to the UK economy every year. Talent in Logistics was specifically developed to support these employers and aims to encourage organisations to address skills, training and career progression to retain exceptional staff and attract new employees. In particular, Talent in Logistics promotes the importance of recruiting talent from groups that are currently under-represented in the logistics industry.
Introducing Leaders in Logistics: Last Mile Delivery, a brand new event dedicated to exploring the challenges and opportunities of the rapidly changing landscape, with an emphasis on tech and innovation.
Following its previous success in Estonia and Latvia, the 6th BBA Summit will explore all aspects of business aviation in the Baltic region and new business opportunities for the industry. The focus of this event will be on the countries that have shorelines along the Baltic Sea: Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Germany, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, and Sweden.
29 November 2018
Wisdom Events has reported that LNG and Maritime Professionals "found common ground" at two summits which took place in Singapore this week.
27 October 2018
Coming to ExCeL, London UK on 12-13 February, MOVE is set to be the world’s most important urban mobility event – where visionaries and disruptive technology meet to drive the future of transport.
12 September 2018
Portugal’s vibrant maritime sector is heading full steam ahead for the first-ever Portugal Shipping Week which will be an important port call on the country’s voyage to becoming a leader in the international shipping industry
19 June 2018
The Freight Transport Association's Transport Manager conference series, sponsored by Bridgestone Tyres, returns once again this September to 10 venues across the country.
27 April 2018
The Wales Transport Awards will take place on Friday 5th October at Cardiff’s Mercure Holland House Hotel and will celebrate the sector’s important contribution to the Welsh economy.
16 April 2018
Steve McCarthy will be joining FreightWaves as Executive Vice President of Events and Training following a long career with S&P Global Platts.
11 April 2018
Thought leaders from across the supply chain will share their insight on a changing logistics landscape at the free-to-attend show next month.
03 April 2018
Global trade relationships and fuel availability key issues as biggest marine fuels event comes to Panama.
03 April 2018
Shipping is waking up to a new age where digitalisation is re-shaping the world and creating increased opportunity for development and innovation.
30 January 2018
Shipping Innovation and the Portuguese Ministry of the Sea are joining forces to launch the inaugural Portugal Shipping Week in September this year.
The 17th Annual Transport Practitioners’ Meeting (TPM) will take place on the 10th – 11th of July 2019 in historic Oxford. The deadline for submission of abstracts is 25 January 2019. TPM is the annual meeting place for all transport planners, placemakers, highway engineers and urban transport designers. TPM brings the wider transport and built environment community together for two days of world class networking, idea sharing and lively debate.
BRINGING THE PORTS AND RAIL INDUSTRIES TOGETHER As West African ports and rail authorities collaborate to dramatically expand facilities and improve hinterland connections, the potential of the region’s economy grows exponentially. West African Ports and Rail Evolution is designed for ports and rail authorities, terminal operators, shipping lines, bulk exporters, investors and governments looking to forge new frontiers for the economy through ports and rail connectivity, optimisation and new business opportunities. West African Ports and Rail Evolution provides a unique opportunity for coastal and hinterland stakeholders to identify proven, future-proofed solutions for demand driven port and rail expansion as well as best practices in operations and efficiency improvements. This is the only event in West Africa dedicated to ports and rail that brings together the entire value chain of suppliers and buyers to discuss multi-modal requirements and infrastructure solutions to propel the industry forward.
This RAeS conference aims to address the necessary transformation in training programmes together with leading experts, aircraft manufacturers, training providers, researchers, and regulators.
This international event will explore the latest developments in the business aviation sector of Malta as a regional hub in the Mediterranean. The conference sessions will provide the platform for high level debate, exchange of ideas and information as well as extensive networking opportunities for aviation executives from Malta and around the world.
China's largest full-vehicle and automotive components testing exhibition set to grow by a further 20% in 2019! More than 400 exhibitors and over 10,000 attendees expected!
In light of the new-found focus on Climate Change, the European Commission has introduced new stricter emission limits and procedures to measure emissions under real driving conditions. Senior executives, industry experts and business professionals will gather to discuss keeping up with the changing RDE legislation, reduction in energy consumption, share best practices and trends and develop cost and energy efficient solutions.
The 2nd Annual forum addresses the increasing demand for connected mobility, supported by the ongoing digital revolution, which is opening the door to new avenues and services to a wide range of customer experience intelligence. Influential experts from leading companies in the rapidly transforming automotive industry will gather to discuss the role of IoT in the future of automotive world. As the auto industry intensely gears up to embrace the revolution ushered in by the suite of technologies provided by IoT, catapulting a technological renaissance, from sensors to artificial intelligence to big-data analysis, we welcome you to come and sense the future of automotive world with at the IoT – Connected Smart Cars and Vehicle Forum.
Coach & Bus UK is the UK's premium coach, bus and accessibility exhibition. The free-to-attend trade show is the essential showcase for operators, local authorities and transport planners.
This conference addresses the issues related to the requirement for UTMs, which is expected to expand into a unified layered traffic management system supporting all airspaces users.
The Transport Research Institute (TRI) at Edinburgh Napier University is holding its 5th Annual Electric Vehicle Event. Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure & Connectivity has confirmed that he will give the keynote address. The Scottish Government has supported the event over the years and it has proved to be a successful and well attended event.
15 – 16 October 2019 Durban ICC, Durban, South Africa
Join the 26th Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress, the world's leading transport technology congress, which is set to arrive at the shores of Singapore from 21 - 25 October 2019.
Automotive Testing Expo USA showcases the latest technologies and services that are designed to ensure the highest standards are met in terms of product quality, reliability, durability and safety.
IMPACT>MOBILITY will unite 200+ private and public stakeholders to confront the real monetization, scalability and customer experience challenges facing delivering mobility innovation.
The Annual Royal Aeronautical Society Flight Simulation Group Autumn Conference will focus on the theme of rotorcraft simulation. From traditional, single main rotor helicopters to small, multirotor drones, rotorcraft provide a number of unique challenges regarding simulation - whether the focus of simulation is to support training, research, engineering, or something else. Helicopter operations, whether civilian or military, are diverse and for many operators no two flights are the same. Often the aircraft’s rear crew play a direct role in the flying tasks. Much of the time is spent in airspace where external forces and actors are more likely to influence your flying, and in the near future airspace for autonomous vehicles will be in close proximity. Many of the challenges in rotorcraft simulation are technical, others are operational, and some commercial. Some of the questions this conference will ask will include: - How can current and emerging simulation approaches and technologies best address all phases of flight? - Traditional flight training devices address a crucial yet limited subset of the activities performed by rotorcraft and their crews, how is the broader scope of operational skills supported by simulation? - How will simulation support the development of AI and autonomous vehicles and enable us to operate alongside them? Moreover, how might the investment in these areas be exploited by piloted rotorcraft? - Flight simulation has had a marked influence on aviation safety for the fixed wing community, is it serving rotary wing operators as well? - What role will simulation play in future live platform and infrastructure integration and qualification?