Thursday , 2 April 2020

India’s first integrated show on traffic

Come February and all the roads will lead to NSIC Grounds, Okhla, New Delhi. For India’s first three-day integrated show on traffic, supported by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways and by the National Highway Authority of India, gets off to a grand start on February 2. Organised by Virtual Info Systems (VIS), and TrafficInfraTech magazine, in association with Italy’s Fierabolzano Messebozen and Afidamp Servizi srl, the show is also supported by CRRI, APSA, FSAI and IRTE. The support of all these reputed agencies only emphasises the fact that there is an urgent need for a comprehensive show on traffic as road safety and traffic management are issues every government seems to be grappling with.

VIS, a reputed publisher and organiser of trade shows, is bringing big names in the fields of traffic and transport under one roof in an effort to come up with good solutions for the country’s traffic woes. Stakeholders (national and international companies) in the fields of Traffic Management/Solutions, Toll Systems, Parking, Safety, Infrastructure, Street Furniture, Signages and Environment are exhibiting at the show.

Germany’s Magnetic Auto Control which is into bollards, barriers and security items will be there with its various products and solutions. Metalmeccanica Fracasso India Pvt Ltd (Italy), which is the Indian arm of Italy’s Fracasso Group and Imeva, again from Italy, will be there too. Both are into noise barriers and crash barriers. The UK’s MassTrans Systems Pvt Ltd which is into LED Lights for Emergency Vehicles, Parking Guidance System and Pedestrian Access Control Systems, Omnitec Systems India (P) Ltd (of Qatar) which is into Parking Solutions and Croatia’s Telegra Smart Traffic Management which is a Leading supplier of advanced traffic management systems for highways and tunnels too will be there with their expertise.

Avery Dennison (India) Pvt Ltd (USA) which is into reflectors and signages, USA’s 3M India Limited which is into Reflectives and Sign Images, Canada’s Alcohol Counter Measure Systems Corp which is into Breath Analysers, India’s BD Industries which is into Road Safety Equipment, India’s Envoys Electronics Pvt Ltd which is into Road Traffic Management Systems & Tolling/HTMS Systems, India’s Frontier Polymers Pvt Ltd which is into Safety Products and India’s Safeways that deals with Highway Security are all exhibiting at the expo.

Some other exhibitors include Aktion Safety Solutions (India) with safety products, Alba Urmet Communication & Security P Ltd (Italy) with CCTV surveillance, traffic & parking barriers and automatic swing gates, Arya Omnitalk (India) which is into Vehicle Tracking Solution, Autopass India/DELOPT (India) – into Parking, Vehicle Access Control and Toll Systems and Solari Di Udine SPA (USA) – manufacturers of real-time Information Display Systems for Airports, Railways, Highways and all Transportation Systems.

Germany’s Hofman which is into Road marking systems, Imago Screens India Pvt Ltd (Spain) which is into LED displays, Metro Infrasys Pvt Ltd – system integrators, MindTree Ltd which is into diagnostics, navigation and telematics, Nilkamal Ltd (Road Safety products), Saur Oorja (Street Lights), Technocrats Security Systems Pvt Ltd (Automatic Doors and Barriers) and Turbo Consultancy Services PVt Ltd which specialises in speed guns and breath analysers will also be showing their products.

A two day seminar on “Highway and Urban Traffic Management & Safety” will be held on Feb 3 and 4. While NHAI, CRRI, NHAI Concessionaire and System Providers will make presentations on the first day on Highway Traffic Management, the second day will have the Traffic Police Chiefs of selected cities making presentations on Urban Traffic Management.

The show will be attended by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, the Traffic Police, State Transport Corporations, Central & State PWDs, Railways, Airport Authorities, Municipal Corporations, City Development Authorities, NHAI, contractors, traffic consultants and NGOs. It is designed to provide an overview of the hitherto untapped potential of traffic and traffic management industries in India and to bring global technologies to the country.

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