The ITS America Annual Meeting is a meeting place for our community of intelligent transportation professionals to network, connect, and form the partnerships this environment requires. This event will bring together the entire intelligent transportation community for four (4) days of thought-provoking education, networking, technical tours, and demonstrations exploring products, emerging technologies, and solutions that will enable a better future transformed by intelligent mobility. Join other transportation leaders and influencers as we discuss and explore the deployment of intelligent transportation technologies that saves lives, improves mobility, promotes sustainability, and increases efficiency and productivity.
NEW ITS AMERICA 2021 ANNUAL MEETING VACCINATION REQUIREMENT
THURSDAY KEYNOTE ANNOUNCEMENT
Join Michael Berube, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Sustainable Transportation in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, on Thursday, December 9.
Reimagine Technology at the ITS America 2021 Annual Meeting
Charlotte, North Carolina is the new home to the ITS America 2021 Annual Meeting, taking place December 7-10, 2021. North Carolina has a robust transportation infrastructure connecting businesses to regional and global markets with four international and eleven regional airports plus the second largest state-owned highway system.
Exhibit and Sponsorships
Gain exposure to leaders, influencers and experts from the entire spectrum of the Intelligent Transportation Systems and mobility ecosystem. Learn more about custom packages designed to engage with the entire ITS community at the Annual Meeting and beyond.
Our Conference Program will highlight how we are “Reimagining Transportation,” with a focus on Safer, Greener, and Smarter topics. Our technical program is a chance for academics, researchers, and innovators to share their research and recent findings with high level public and private industry leaders.
Q&A with Charlotte DOT director, Liz Babson
Can you please talk about your goal of connecting Charlotte – why is that important for residents, and how do you think CDOT is doing? Our goal is to maintain a commitment of sustaining, maintaining, and enhancing the city’s transportation infrastructure, including the driving, bicycling, and walking experiences. It’s important that our work provides a variety of transportation choices for residents and visitors. Some of the ways we are fulfilling this commitment is through programs such as Charlotte BIKES, Charlotte WALKS