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The Smart Traffic Middle East Conference (STME 2015) which is scheduled to be held in the Beach Rotana Hotel, Abu Dhabi on 18 – 19 May 2015, is set to be a unique platform discussing the future opportunities and challenges in smart traffic management with key emphasis on integrated intelligent traffic systems, enforcement of IT solutions, parking management, smart mobility and infrastructure development amongst other imperative issues.

Drawing in experts and delegates from both the region and across the world, the conference will facilitate an exchange of stimulating ideas and forging high-value connections. The conference will also feature an exhibition along the sidelines showcasing the latest innovations in smart traffic and transport solutions.

The conference will also feature a series of exclusive case studies on various smart traffic and transport management initiatives around the world including Amsterdam, Singapore, Tokyo, Glasgow and London.

More than 50 international organisations have already confirmed their particpation at STME 2015 inlcuding:

  • Abu Dhabi Department of Transport (DoT)
  • Abu Dhabi Municipality
  • Abu Dhabi Police
  • Ajman Police
  • AECOM
  • Al Falak Middle East
  • Al Masaood Company
  • Amsterdam Smart City
  • Arup
  • Atkins
  • Besix Park
  • Bridgestone MEA
  • Capital Business
  • CDM Smith
  • Citilabs
  • CivicSmart
  • Dubai Holdings
  • Dubai Municipality
  • Dubai Police
  • ekin Technology
  • Federal Roads Maintainance Agency (FERMA) - Nigeria
  • Federal Tansport Authority - UAE
  • Fujairah Police
  • Glasgow Future Cities Demonstrator Programme
  • Greater London Authority
  • Indian Tollways
  • International Road Federation
  • ITS Arab
  • Masdar City
  • Masdar Institute
  • Mawgif
  • Ministry of Municipality and Rural Affairs - Saudi Arabia
  • Ministry of Public Works - UAE
  • Mobility Magazine
  • Mott MacDonald
  • Municipality of Aseer - Saudi Arabia
  • National University of Singapore
  • Park Plus Inc.
  • Parsons
  • PTV Group
  • Qatar Diar Vinci Park (QDVP) QSC
  • Ramboll Middle East
  • Ras Al Khaimah Police
  • Roads and Transport Authority - Dubai
  • Sharjah Planning and Survey Department
  • Sharjah Police
  • Sharjah Road Transport Authority
  • Sohar Municipality - Oman
  • Tatweer
  • Tebodin Middle East Ltd
  • Tecom
  • Tokyo University of Science
  • TrafQuest
  • TRL Ltd.
  • University of Sharjah
  • Umm Al Quwain Police
  • ... and more

 

Conference Objectives

Learn more on devising road strategies

Know what model works for which infrastructure

Determine the role of technology in smart infrastructure

Gain deeper understanding on parking and mobility issues

Discuss key strategies for avoiding and reducing congestion 

Hear global industry experts present country case studies and its relevance to the Middle East

 

Who Should Attend

EPC Firms

Construction Companies

Law Firms and Consultants

Infrastructure Design Consultants

Solution Providers

Relevant Government Authorities including: Municipalities, Transport Authorities, Advisory Bodies, Police, Traffic Departments, Road Authorities

Other relevant industry associations and universities