Join us at 17th ITS World Congress 2010 and see how Ericsson can support you to provide a safe, convenient and sustainable next generation transport systems.
ITS stands for Intelligent Transport Systems and Services and is the integration of information and communications technologies (ICT) with transport infrastructure, vehicles and users. The intelligence in the transport system (for both people and goods on roads, rails, water and by air) is created by deploying ICT-solutions supporting travelers, vehicles and the transport infrastructure (road / rail). The overall purpose of ITS is to improve safety & security, increase efficiency and reduce environmental impact, of the transport systems.
The overall purpose of the Ericsson participation on the congress is to position the mobile infrastructure and services as the major communication platform for ITS services. Sensors and devices in the transport systems is also part of Ericsson's 2020-vision to connect 50 billion devices through mobile broadband.
Our global presence and scale, our leadership in products and services for Mobile and Wireline Networks, together with our end-to-end capabilities and existing Telco relations, will position us as a strong partner for fast deployment of ITS solutions.
Our target groups for this event includes National Road Administrations, Road Operators, Automotive industry and suppliers (as providers of integrated communication capabilities in the car), Public Transport authorities and operators, Regulators ITS suppliers and Telecom Operators as they are expected to play an important role in the realization of ITS solutions.
Cellular network technologies are major enablers for critical ITS applications, building on an attractive economy of scale and speed of deployment, but equally important is know-how and experience that is why we will have experts on site to discuss your specific situation.
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