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ASECAP Days 2024

Date:
13. May 2024 13:00 -
15. May 2024 16:30

Time zone:
Europe, Rome

Location:
Palazzo Mezzanotte Milan, Italy

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View of the Peace Arch with yellow tram in Milan, Italy

During the  51st ASECAP Study & Information Days on May 13 - 15, 2024 in Milan, Italy, high-level personalities from the EU institutions, ASECAP members  and other participants will discuss the latest trends and challenges in transport and infrastructure. The organizer of the congress is ASECAP - European Association of Operators of Toll Road Infrastructures

As Advisory Industry Partner of ASECAP and Gold Sponsor of the 51st ASECAP Study & Information Days, Kapsch TrafficCom is committed to the activities of ASECAP. 

Our experts will contribute to the program with topics covering the EU Taxonomy Regulation, Digital Traffic Management, C-ITS and Toll Enforcement.

Our expert

Richard Lax, Executive Expert EU Affairs

Richard Lax

Executive Expert EU Affairs, Kapsch TrafficCom

Thomas Reznicek, Area Sales Manager, Kapsch TrafficCom

Thomas Reznicek

Area Sales Manager EMENA, Kapsch TrafficCom

Marko Frank, Area Sales Manager EMENA, Kapsch TrafficCom

Marko Frank

Area Sales Manager EMENA, Kapsch TrafficCom

Find out more about the ASECAP Days 2024 and register here

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The latest generation of tolling technology is transforming the way roads are being used and paid for. Authorities and concessionaires can deliver more value for end users than ever before, while maximizing their operating efficiency. Kapsch TrafficCom invests heavily in R&D, ensuring that our technology portfolio is always ahead of current market needs.

Using Connected Vehicles combined with advanced data collection and processing platforms at the network edge, and in the cloud, Kapsch TrafficCom solution provide real-time traffic management capabilities and insights that support a range of innovative safety and traffic mobility use cases. At Kapsch TrafficCom, we are helping develop a modern digital traffic infrastructure.

Road traffic causes 25% of urban ambient air pollution and 20% of the global Greenhouse Gas emissions. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) can help to reduce traffic demand and curb emissions. As a result, Kapsch TrafficCom products and services help to reduce more CO2 emissions than they cause during their lifecycle.

Download our newest paper on the Connected Vehicles solution, its advantages, our success stories and the future of connected mobility here:

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