Discover a thriving, connected vehicle deployment model that already gets over 2.5 million road users to benefit from real-time safety and traffic information services.
Join the first webinar that will give you insider perspectives on the largest European deployments of Connected Vehicle services in the Netherlands and Belgium.
Largest connected ecosystems facilitating multiple connected vehicle and safety services
On March 28, 2023, three well-known professionals from the government, road authority and private sector will share their insights on the Dutch Talking Traffic, UDAP and Flemish Mobilidata projects. These industry-leading implementations are the most comprehensive solutions available in the world. What vision do these projects hold? Which services are already available to Dutch and Flemish road users? Have they been able to identify the impact? And, most exciting, what is yet to come?
Menno Malta, CEO and founder of Monotch, is joined by Caspar de Jonge, Program Manager ITS and Smart Mobility for the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management in the Netherlands, and Bart Lowyck, Program Manager Mobilidata for Imec in Belgium. They bring governmental and industry knowledge and perspectives on implementing large-scale Connected Vehicle Services.
Maximising impact by untapping the potential of existing infrastructure and users
How can you leverage your existing infrastructure and service channels towards road users to maximise impact? How do you organise the governance of a Connected Vehicle ecosystem? What are the economic opportunities and benefits for the authorities and commercial parties?
The answers to all those questions and much more will be discussed during the webinar on March 28, organised by Monotch.
Discover the thriving, connected vehicle deployment model. Save a seat, sign up for this webinar, and get insight into the world’s largest deployed Cooperative Intelligent Transportation Systems (C-ITS)!
- Date: Tuesday, 28 March 2023
- Time: 11AM EST/5PM CET
- Duration: 60 minutes, incl. Q&A session-time