Smart Innovation key focus at 15th edition to ensure show offering matches industry growth trends; Inaugural partner show Gulf Parking to launch this year
The Gulf Traffic Exhibition and Conference, which will take place 4-6 of December at the Dubai World Trade Centre, has officially unveiled its new direction for 2017 which includes a full re-brand, a dedicated theme surrounding ‘Smart Technologies’ and the official launch of Gulf Parking.
A key highlight for this year, the introduction of Gulf Parking as a brand new standalone exhibition, which will run adjacent to Gulf Traffic, further adds to the brands offering by widening the focus to support other key industry sectors. This new launch event will cater to the latest in smart payment and intelligent access control solutions from across the world, creating a new avenue for companies to showcase their latest product range to the traffic and transport industries.
Further supporting the new direction, which is mainly focusing on Intelligent Transport Solutions (ITS), Smart Innovations and Parking, for this year is a number of new content streams available to visitors. The first of these is the new-to-show E-Mobility Zone, which will showcase four vehicle companies, within a live action zone including demos and seminars, that are pioneering the development and implementation of Electric Vehicles.
Another brand new offering this year is the implementation of Smart Zone areas. Through a dedicated exhibition space and Smart Mobility conference, exhibitors will be able to showcase their latest ITS and Smart Technology products to the industry. The conference platform will include a combination of original research papers that will be exclusively unveiled at the conference, and successful case studies showcasing international initiatives that are evolving infrastructure, smart mobility, parking, and traffic systems worldwide.
Exhibitors already signed up to the 2017 edition include Vitronic, Jenoptik, 3M, Adolf Nissen, Orafol, Parifex, Flir, Tagmaster, PTV, Image Sensing, Transcore, Ortana, Transpo Group.
Officially supported by the UAE’s Ministry of Infrastructure Development (MoID), Gulf Traffic plans to host over 150 exhibitors and attract approximately 2500 industry peers from 50 countries, both across the Middle East and beyond.