Film about Dutch Smart Mobility approach at ITS World Congress in Melbourne
The Dutch roads are overloaded and traffic congestion is increasing. In collaboration we are searching for solutions to improve traffic flow, reduce the number of traffic accidents and reduce emission of CO2. The Netherlands has always been the country with smart solutions: inventions such as dikes and polders helped us facing major challenges. Nowadays our knowledge and expertise are internationally recognized. We are used to take leading position and change the world. And we are doing it again, this time in the field of mobility: we are thé country to test Smart Mobility solutions in real life setting. The Netherlands is frontrunner in Smart Mobility.
We aim to globally share our knowledge and experience with Smart Mobility and we invite international parties to use our unique testing facilities. After all, mobility is a cross-border matter. From the 10th untill the 14th of October 2016, ITS professionals from around the world are gathering at the ITS World Congress in Melbourne. The Netherlands is represented at this congress by Connekt ITS Netherlands and various congress participants from knowledge institutes, market parties and governmental bodies. Also, we are visible through this film, amongst others, in which experts from public and private sector explain the Dutch Smart Mobility approach. This film is following up on the magazine we published earlier this year, which is also distributed in Melbourne.
We carry our story in collaboration. Therefore we are warmly inviting you, as Smart Mobility professional, to share this film with your colleagues and partners, and to use it in presentations and meetings. You can use the YouTube link. If you want to receive the original file in MP4 or you have questions about the production of this film, please contact Evelien Brascamp via firstname.lastname@example.org.
This film is a coproduction of Connecting Mobility, Better Benutten, the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, Rijkswaterstaat and the Traffic Innovation Centre (de Innovatiecentrale). We would like thank our partners for their contribution, especially Albert Heijn, Eindhoven University of Technology, Be-Mobile, Daimler and Connekt ITS Netherlands.
Doe er wat aan! Meld je aan voor de nieuwsbrief, dan word je op de hoogte gehouden van de start van het project.