19 - 20 July, 2011, Prince Hotel & Residence, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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This conference will provide a unique opportunity to meet and hear from senior regional and international executives spanning government policy-makers as well as infrastructure and transport authorities, including:
Singapore is trialling a traffic management system that could improve the monitoring of the city-state’s roads by using geo-location data captured from drivers’ smart phones.
Dr. Lim Hock Beng, Program Director, INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS CENTRE, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE will highlight the procedures adopted in the smart traffic cloud system to be enabled in Singapore soon.
The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation's (KSRTC) new initiative will make Mysore the first city in the country to have an intelligent transport system (ITS) for public transport, which will allow commuters to have real time information access of bus travel and will also facilitate effective monitoring of their movement.
Mr. C. G. Anand who heads the design team, discusses how KSRTC is achieving to woo a cogent citizenry of the self-driven car buyer articulation to move to accessible carriage arrangement that is accurate by real-time information, and advice abate alley bottleneck and added carriage issues.
Metro Manila is working on a proposal for an intelligent transport system that it hopes will help end the Philippine capital’s “traffic nightmare” by enabling drivers to receive information on accidents, road works, and alternative routes. Mr. Francis Tolentino, Chairman of MMDA, Philippines focuses on the present systems in place in Manila for traffic management and discusses the plans for the near future to get their traffic management systems smart
Delhi faces an urgent need to augment mass transport facilities to reverse the trend of increasing use of personal vehicles. Delhi transport Corporation believes it can woo users back to public transport by making their system smart. Mr. Uday Kumar, General Manager ( Operations and Technology) highlights the ITS solutions that Delhi already has in place, the systems that are currently being set up and the ones that will actively procure in the near future.
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