Join your peers the ITE 2014 Annual Meeting and Exhibit. The conference is designed to share knowledge, expertise and ideas on multifaceted approaches to addressing transportation issues and to exploring emerging trends in the industry. The meeting content will include sessions in a mix of presentation and training formats focused on state-of-the practice, advancement of the profession and emerging issues designed to benefit transportation professionals in the public and private sector and students.
The program will engage the audience in sharing knowledge, expertise, and ideas on emergent issues, provide multifaceted approaches to addressing transportation challenges, and explore emerging trends in the industry.
The meeting content will include sessions in a mix of presentation formats including hands on practical application training workshops. These sessions will focus on state-of-the practice, advancement of the profession, and emerging issues designed to benefit transportation professionals in the public and private sector and students. Additionally, networking events provide opportunities to connect with one another outside of the classroom.
Don’t miss your opportunity to reach this diverse group of transportation decision-makers including engineers, planners, educators, consultants, and more. Return your completed application form (link to application) and exhibit fee today. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Exhibit showcases products and services designed to meet the challenges of today’s transportation professional. Networking breaks, lunches and a reception in the hall provide you the chance to collaborate with exhibitors and other attendees.
Exhibitors include a wide range of organizations which manufacture products or offer services and software to public and private sector transportation professionals in the following areas: Traffic Control Devices (construction & maintenance, pavement markings & markers, delineators, signals, signs, detectors, installation & maintenance equipment, speed bumps, channelizing) Bicycle Sharing Traffic Safety (fog warning systems, impact attenuators, traffic mirror, traffic speed measuring, traffic regulation compliance equipment, red light surveillance systems, weather monitoring & surveillance systems) ITS (closed circuit television, message signs, collection equipment) Electronic Tolling Data Collection (air quality, noise, traffic counters, data analysis, vehicle classifiers, travel time & day) Consulting Services Incident Detection Systems Parking (parking control systems, parking meters) Software (accident data & reconstruction, collision diagrams, GIS & mapping software, highway capacity, signal optimization, simulation, traffic assignment, transportation system modeling)
Why Should You Exhibit?
• Meet your customers face-to-face
• Expand your contact base
• Build your brand
• Display products, services, and technologies to key decision makers and those who influence decisions
• Launch new products
The Institute of Transportation Engineers is an international educational and scientific association of transportation professionals who are responsible for meeting mobility and safety needs. ITE facilitates the application of technology and scientific principles to research, planning, functional design, implementation, operation, policy development and management for any mode of ground transportation. Through its products and services, ITE promotes professional development of its members, supports and encourages education, stimulates research, develops public awareness programs and serves as a conduit for the exchange of professional information.