Trafficinfratech Expo 2018 - Day 3 Newsletter
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Expert's Speak
Ravin Mirchandani,
Chairman, Ador Powertron Limited
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"This is our third consecutive year at the TrafficInfraTech Expo, we are very pleased to participate in this year's show. We have showcased many new products like VMS, an Australia-based Speed Enforcement system brand and Safety Roller Barriers. It is been a great Show and also the Conference was very interesting. We are hoping to participate in the next Show too."

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Sandeep Pawar,
Managing Director & CEO,
Kent Intelligent Transport Systems Pvt Ltd
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"We are happy for participating in TrafficInfraTech Expo for the fifth year in a row. We are very happy with the response received from the visitor/delegates."

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Harish Shukla,
CMO, Rajdeep Info Techno Pvt Ltd
 
"TrafficInfraTech gave us an excellent platform. This show is very important for us because we meet all the key decision-makers. We made few good contacts at this show."

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Deepak Vaidya,
Chief Manager-Sales (ITS), Siemens Ltd.,
The Traffic InfraTech Expo 2018 proved to be a great platform for exhibiting our solutions as well as for networking with prospective partners and clients. The conference gave us great insights into present and emerging technologies in the ITS domain.
Prasun Talukdar,
Director-Key Verticals, Johnson Controls (India) Private Limited
 

"We are exhibiting for the first time and got an overwhelming response. Our expectations of meeting dignitaries and government officials have been satisfied. We can say that it is always good to meet everyone in the industry at one place which is otherwise very difficult and time consuming. It was a great opportunity to showcase our product range to key decision-makers, TrafficInfraTech expo has provided audience to whom we can showcase our solutions."
Amandeep Singh,
Business Head-Reflective Solutions - South Asia & East Africa, Avery Dennison
 

"We are associated with the Expo from the beginning. We came across relevant visitors and got feedback for our solutions. It was a very satisfying experience for us."
Big Success Reaffirms the Expo's Top Position
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4000 + attendees from multiple segments
Complete overview of newest technology
Sealing of Big Business...
Presence of a good number of government   officials & enforcement authorities
Encouraging line up of Smart City Consultants
   and Municipal Corporations
120 National and International Exhibitors
Perfect mix of Conference sessions and B2B
  activities
Training, Debates, Interactions and Enjoyment...



Three-days of acitivity at Bombay Exhibition Centre,Goregaon in Mumbai brought many VIPS and stakeholders to TrafficInfraTech Expo and ParkingInfraTech Expo.

The latest international technologies and solutions presented at the show were appreciated by the solution seekers. The exhibitors opined that the companies they wanted to be associates with were present at the event and they could discuss with fellow exhibitors too, along with the visitors, their product offerings. The quality and enthusiasm of the visitors highlighted the point that the demand for traffic solutions in India is quite high. The show also highlighted the increase in awareness among the stakeholders about Traffic technology and products.

"I have visited the previous edition of the TrafficInfraTech Expo at Hyderabad. I find a lot of efforts having been put to bring together all the concerned stakeholders at one place. As far as MoRTH is concerned, the sweep of its mandate is very wide. There are plans on-board to build 35,000km of NHs as a part of Bharatmala in addition to the roads which are taken up at various other programmes.During the last four years, about 8,000km long national highways have been constructed. Last year, we tested around 9,800kms, and am sure, given the pace at which the construction continues, we should be crossing 12,000km," said the chief guest
Yudhvir Singh Malik, Secretary, MoRTH said during his inaugural address.

A real convergence of experts
The visitors and experts came from across the country -- Maharashtra, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Jammu& Kashmir, Gujarat and from assortment of Governments departments, NHAI, Traffic Police, Town planners, Infrastructure companies, Road Transport Corporations, Trade Commissions; PWDs; Municipal Corporations, Smart City CEOs/Consultants, Metro/Railways... Closing on a positive note, nearly all the international delegates promised to return next year-round too. Happy at the response they received, they said, "We were busy throughout. We could meet our business associates -- present and potential -- face-to-face."

Conference
The three day Conference spanning across multiple areas-Highways, Tolling, Parking, Smart City, ITS, Safety, Startups, Emerging Technology, Public Transport, amd most importantly the Women in Transport - achieved a remarkable synthesis of knowledge sharing and networking adding value to the Show.

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Guests / Visitors Speak
Abhay Damle,
Joint Secretary, MoRTH
 

"Technology existed but there was no appropriate platform to showcase traffic solutions. Today, TrafficInfraTech Expo is an umbrella for displaying solutions like Highway Traffic Management, Transport Management and other related technologies. Such solutions will sensitise the policy makers and even road-users to adopt these technologies....

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Ashok Katariya,
Chairman,
Ashoka Buildcon Ltd

We come under the Smart City & Road Safety and traffic management as you know is part of it. Our overall experience has been very good because I am attending such an expo for the first time.

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Kalpana Vishwanath,
Co-Founder & Director, Safetipin
 

I think it was a fantastic thing that the Conference had a full session on gender issues and women's empowerment because I feel these issues need to be mainstreamed. I think that one...

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Ashish Verma,
Associate Professor (Department Of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science -Bangalore)

It was wonderful, and the theme was rightly placed and the setup of panel was very well designed in terms of right mix of expert and subject...

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Prof.H.M.Shivanand Swamy,
Executive Director, Centre for Excellence in Urban Transport, CEPT University

"It is always a pleasure to be a part of these conferences and this exhibition. It is nice to see the things evolving and growing bigger, both in size and scale, and also becoming more relevant for the time and technology available. It is a useful contribution to the society which you are making by bringing most advanced technology and the users from the government at this part of the platform. Hope that things grow bigger and more relevant."
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