Call for papers
RTIC reviews the latest and most innovative traffic management and public transport systems advances on the road network, through the application of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS).
Since 2008 RTIC has been produced jointly as the IET Road Transport Information and Control Conference and the ITS United Kingdom Annual Members’ Conference.
Important author dates:
|Full papers submission deadline||4 July 2014|
|Author registration deadline||15 August 2014|
Find out more about the event.
Handbook launch: "Local Authority guide to emerging transport technology"
The IET and ITS(UK) joint task force are currently working on producing a handbook, “Technology to enhance local transport” explaining the potential benefits of emerging and existing technologies to Local Authorities.
This handbook will be launched at RTIC 2014 where the contributors (Local Authorities and technologists) will talk about its content.
The government has announced that it wants to make the UK a world centre for the development of driverless cars.
Milton Keynes is already experimenting with driverless pods.
Dr. Maxime Flament, Head of Sector SafeMobility, ERTICO will give the European perspective on Autonomous vehicles.
Best paper prizes
The judges will look for relevance, universal applicability, innovation, value for money and benefits to citizens.
Best Local Authority paper
This prize will be awarded to the best paper written and presented by a Local Authority Officer.
Best commercial paper
This prize will be awarded to the best paper written and presented by a commercial organisation.
Sponsoring or exhibiting at RTIC 2014 will place your organisation in a unique position to promote your brand, your products and services and position your company as the key player within this industry sector.
To discuss how you can use RTIC 2014 to raise the profile of your company and products, please contact:
Tel: +44 (0)1438 765 571
Find out about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities.
RTIC 2014 is jointly organised by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and ITS United Kingdom.