ITS Conference & Expo
April 24-27, 2023
Gaylord Texan Resort




ITS America Conference & Expo, taking place April 24-27, 2023 (Conference: April 24-27 | Expo Hall: April 25-27) at the Gaylord Texan Resort, will explore Implementing Innovation for All, and bring together the entire intelligent transportation community for thought-provoking education, networking, and demonstrations. Submit your paper and session proposals for the ITS America Conference & Expo today.


Automated Vehicles

This track will address automated vehicle policies and programmatic efforts focused on automated vehicles, self-driving trucks, automated transit, workforce impacts and mitigation strategies, transportation system integration, and more.

Emerging Technologies

This track will focus on emerging innovation and technologies including advanced air mobility (AAM), Package Designation & Description (PDD), and digital twinning amongst other trends.

Includes AAM, PDDs, and Digital Twinning

Mobility On Demand & Equitable Transportation

Sessions in this track will address areas like transit and cargo delivery automation, payment integration, mobility wallets, accessibility, equity, rural/suburban MOD, and workforce.

Smart & Digital Infrastructure

Sessions in this track will explore broadband policies and programs, collecting and analyzing data, software, and processes to machine learning these sessions will help participants understand the future of smart and digital infrastructure.

Includes broadband

Sustainability & Resiliency

Advancing global climate goals rely on expanding sustainable and resilient transportation. This track will dive deeper into electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, power generation, power grid capability and resiliency, alternative fuels, reducing emissions, and more.

Includes road user charging, electric vehicles, alternative fuels, reducing emissions, grid, and resiliency tech

V2X/Connected Vehicles

This track will examine the developments and deployment of connected V2V, V2I, and V2P technologies, spectrum allocation and use, standards development, CV2X technology, and connected technologies.

Includes communications, spectrum, edge, cloud, and CV2X

This year’s program will cover cross-cutting technologies such as:

  • Cybersecurity
  • Transportation equity
  • Public and community engagement
  • Workforce development and training
  • Gender equity
  • Freight
  • Vulnerable road user and human factors
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning
  • Accelerating tech startup companies and bringing to market
  • Procurement and contract innovation and making partnering easier