Organizations present at ITS World

In News by Astrid Seegers

Company name Description Website
APPM Management Consultants APPM is a fully independent and privately-owned management consulting firm with over 20 years of experience in mobility with a focus on public and private co-operations. Established in the Netherlands, APPM has grown to an international scale. Working with 100 colleagues in offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the USA.
ARS T&TT ARS Traffic & Transport Technology provides Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), services and solutions. ARS T&TT India, the subsidiary of ARS T&TT Netherlands, started its operations during 2001 as a total solution provider of intelligent mobility systems for the transportation market in India and Europe. ARS T&TT provides consultancy, design, development, operation and services to its clients. Clientele includes major public and private traffic and transport organisations. The scope in the ITS program and the activities and services of ARS T &TT have a near perfect fit. ARS T&TT provides mature and established technology. With this expertise and solution in hand, ARS T&TT look forward to collaborating with all major authorities, to improve the transport in Singapore and other countries which can be a catalyst for economic growth and safer roads.
BCI Global BCI Global is a subsidiary of Buck Consultants International, a dutch consulting firm that specializes in site selection and supply chain.
CROW Knowledge platform for local en regional authorities on transport, infrastructure and public space.
DEMCON DEMCON has over 25 years of experience in performing R&D&I for her clients of ultra-complex mechatronic system designs in the fields of high-tech systems, medical systems, opto-mechatronic systems, robotic systems and more.
Districon Districon works worldwide, creating logistics solutions, addressing strategic to operational challenges. Applying in-depth knowledge and experience, we surprise our clients and partners with our results oriented, innovative approach. Mastering flow.
Dynniq We help to manage energy and mobility flows in our society through advanced technology solutions. Our mission is to enable people, data and goods to reach their destinations safely, sustainably and efficiently. These are exciting and dynamic times: new technologies, new opportunities, new businesses disrupting the old. This is the world we live in, and this is the world in which we as Dynniq make a difference by touching the lives of millions of people every day. Over decades, we have gained profound knowledge and experience. Our solutions enable the development and efficient use of mobility and energy flows that create a vital and strong infrastructure. We focus on integrated solutions designed, implemented and maintained based on a sound systems engineering approach. Our 1600 professionals work closely together with clients and business partners in Europe, South America, the United States and Canada. In doing so, we engage in a reliable, open and pro-active way to shape together smart mobility.
Here Technologies From autonomous driving, to the Internet of Things, Here is building the future of location technology through strategic partnerships. Safety and comfort are the key challenges as they move into the era of autonomous driving, aiming to replicate the human driving experience and build consumer trust. HERE HD Live Map is the prerequisite for autonomous driving solutions. HERE Tracking offers precise, end-to-end tracking and accurate, real-time, and historical locations for devices, people, and things. Power-efficient, reliable positioning enables tracking on a truly global scale. The HERE Mobility Marketplace is a one-stop shop for all transportation services, connecting businesses and consumers with all mobility services available in real time. Also present at exhibition and sponsor of ITS World Singapore
InTraffic InTraffic designs and builds applications for Traffic Management, Infrastructure Monitoring and Travel Information. Our approach is one of innovation and we aim for the highest of quality. InTraffic offers support during the full software lifecycle: innovation and consultancy, software development, integration, testing, management and maintenance.
MAP traffic management Founded in 2010, MAPtm is a SME and service provider in the domain of Traffic Management. MAPtm is an independent partner for road authorities, governments and contractors. In this capacity, MAPtm fulfils the role of project manager / mediator in many projects to align both public and private interests. MAPtm is active on the complete chain of Traffic Management, from the design phase, to analytics and algorithms, up to the exploitation and operation from their own operations management centre. Finally, MAPtm is active in national and international research and innovation projects dealing with Mobility-as-a-Service, Connected and Automated Driving and Interactive Traffic Management.
NXP NXP is the world leader in enabling chip technology for automotive. In the Dutch ecosystem several innovation projects have received worldwide recognition, e.gtruck platooning, shock wave traffic jam reductions, grand cooperative driving challenge, all applying NXP technology. Secure V2X technologies, ITS-G5. Also present at exhibition
Panteia Panteia is an internationally operation research and consultancy firm providing (big) data driven insights for its clients. With a team of around 100 experts and strategic partners across Europe, we provide research and consultancy services to help improve transport and (smart) mobility, economic policies, employment and education. Panteia is PE owned and one of the largest research firms in The Netherlands with longterm relationships with many of our clients, international businesses, governments and institutions alike. With its Transport & Mobility practice, Panteia aims to contribute to a sustainable improvement of transport and mobility worldwide. We are continuously striving to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of transport..
PTV Group PTV Group helps cities, companies and people save time and money. Their technology makes mobility more efficient, safer and better for the environment. Activities of PTV Group are: Analysis and forecast regarding future mobility, and emissions savings. Automated driving feature tests and analysis of mixed transport. Traffic conditions and forecasts in real-time. Planning and control of future vehicle fleets in freight transport Also present at exhibition
SIOUX Technologies “Sioux Technologies has all of the necessary expertise to make your product or production system into a success. Our strength lies in the unique combination of high-quality competences like software, mechanics, optics, physics, mechatronics, electronics, mathware and final assembly & testing. With over 700 engineers, Sioux supports or acts as the R&D department of leading high-tech companies. Sioux is keen to take responsibility: from creating ideas in the conceptual phase up to the delivery of serial production. Sioux wants to add value to its clients and build innovative solutions that can contribute to a society that is smarter, safer, healthier, more enjoyable and more sustainable.”
Siemens Digital Industries Siemens Digital Industries is an innovation and technology leader in industrial automation and digitalization. In close cooperation with our partners and customers, we are the driving force for the digital transformation in the discrete and process industries.
TomTom TomTom is a leading provider of map and traffic services globally and is active in promoting its services across APAC including Singapore. Key areas of activity in ITS include Traffic Management, Smart Cities, Last Mile solutions and Logistics. Also present at exhibition
2getthere (ZF) 2getthere (ZF) delivers autonomous vehicle projects. Depending on the requirements and configuration of the application, their driverless vehicles operate in mixed traffic, dedicated or segregated lanes. 2getthere’s GRT vehicles are automated minibuses accommodating up to 22 passengers. The vehicles allow for easy access through accurate docking at the stations, enabled by the ‘crabbing’ capability of the front and rear wheel steering. 2getthere’s PRT vehicle accommodates a 6-person family with additional space for either a wheelchair or luggage. It combines the desirable aspects of the car with the social advantages of public transport.
TU Delft Valorisation Centre TU Delft harnesses its technological knowledge for economic and social purposes and ensures that this knowledge is translated into products, services, processes and new businesses. The Valorisation Centre of TU Delft assists scientists and supporting staff in bringing innovations to the market. It uses a multi-faceted approach.
TNO TNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the competitive strength of industry and the well-being of society in a sustainable way. In a changing world full of global challenges such as urbanisation, ageing, digitisation, automation and energy transition, their ambition is to boost the competitiveness of business and improve the well-being of society by increasing the safety, efficiency and sustainability of traffic and transport. Also present at exhibition Singapore Pavilion
HAN Automotive Research HAN Automotive Research (HAN-AR) is a research partner for the professional domain. We offer companies and organizations a broad spectrum of research services around the themes ‘INTELLIGENT MOBILITY’ and ‘GREEN MOBILITY’.
Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management is committed to improving quality of life, access and mobility in a clean, safe and sustainable environment. The Ministry strives to create an efficient network of roads, railways, waterways and airways, effective water management to protect against flooding, and improved air and water quality. The Netherlands is a unique testing ground for Smart Mobility solutions. That’s why the government is supporting their development in many ways, from providing testing facilities to adjusting rules and regulations. The aim is to make Smart Mobility possible on a larger scale. In the Netherlands, businesses, knowledge institutions and government are working on this together.
RDW RDW is the Netherlands Vehicle Authority in the mobility chain. RDW has developed extensive expertise through its years of experience in executing its statutory and assigned tasks. Tasks in the area of the licensing of vehicles and vehicle parts, supervision and enforcement, registration, information provision and issuing documents.
Rijkswaterstaat Rijkswaterstaat is The Netherlands’ national authority for roads and water. As executive agency of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, it is a.o. responsible for the national roads network and -traffic, national waterways and -traffic, coastal and rivers protection and water quality. With 9000 staff working in a densely populated country with little space, innovation is a priority.
Province of Flevoland On January 1, 1986 the Province of Flevoland was a fact. A historical event in the Netherlands, because it is extracted, designed and formed on new land in the former Zuiderzee. Provincial Council, Provincial Executive and the Commissioner of the King form the government of the province of Flevoland. The organisation of Flevoland province consists of approximately 400 employees. It is headed by the board. This is the link between the government and the official provincial States, the Executive Council and the Commissioner of the King form the government of the province of Flevoland.
Connekt Connekt is the independent network for smart, sustainable and social mobility. A healthy blend of knowledge, creativity and dynamism within a network that brings influential parties together. With more than 500 partners across the globe they develop and implement tangible solutions that make the world a better place –ecologically and economically.
Association of Dutch vehicle leasing companies VNA, the association of Dutch vehicle leasing companies, was founded in 1983. It has since grown into a professional association which lease and manage fleets of about 890,000 passenger and light commercial vehicles (representing some 90% of the Dutch vehicle leasing industry). As such, VNA is the representative of corporate car use.