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During those 5 days, more than 10,000 participants from over 100 countries could learn from ITS experts from across the globe how best practices and latest technologies can leverage smart mobility solutions to enhance people’s lives.

For this year’s edition – the 25th of this event –,focus was placed on multimodality and the journey to achieving true seamless transportation. Cooperative, connected and automated mobility, legal and safety aspects were highlighted as well.

The technical exhibition and real life demos showcased technologies that are vital for better and greener mobility.

In addition to initiatives to reduce traffic congestion and eliminate traffic accidents, which are the main goals of ITS, the exhibitors also displayed various communication technologies and last mile electrified mobility solutions that are environmentally friendly.

New technologies detected

The Luxembourg AutoMobility Cluster attended this congress. “We aimed to improve market intelligence in emerging technologies in the field of vehicle-connectivity, autonomous driving, smart city and smart infrastructure,” Anthony Auert, Cluster Manager – AutoMobility stated. “It was also a good opportunity for connecting with targeted prospects that could lead to R&D collaboration with the Luxembourg automotive ecosystem.”

The Luxembourg delegation visited technical exhibitions and detected some new technologies that could contribute to the development of the Luxembourg automotive ecosystem. “This is really the best congress to develop market intelligence in emerging ITS technologies,” Anthony Auert concluded.

Find HERE the ITS World Congress written by the Luxembourg AutoMobility Cluster.

More information about Luxembourg AutoMobility Cluster.

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