Hear from an impressive line-up of industry leaders from across the private and public sector on the challenges they are facing and what strategies they are implementing to push through innovation, sustainability and investment
Industry thought-leaders tackle the difficult conversations that need to be had across transportation infrastructure
National Highways will outline their expectations when looking for collaboration and debate the key infrastructure challenges within the road network supply chain including quality, sustainability and digitalisation
With support from LCRIG and ADEPT, local authorities and collaborative partners share the true impact of government investment and how to tackle industry wide challenges on a local level
Cutting-edge technologies and policies for future-proofing road infrastructure including the implementation of cyber security strategies, data collation and management, the infrastructure needed for connected and autonomous mobility and MaaS.
The highways sector needs to harness innovation throughout practices and processes. This theatre will serve as a hotbed for industry disruptors, but also innovations taking place outside of the UK and across other industries such as rail, aviation and energy
With net-zero targets set, this theatre will outline how the road network can embed sustainability early on in the design process. Topics covered include social value, biodiversity, circular economy and vehicle emissions
Bringing together transport authorities and the energy sector, OEMs and fleet operators to enable collaboration and ensure infrastructure is geared up for the rapid migration towards low carbon vehicles across personal mobility, public transport and fleets and logistics.
What infrastructure is needed for successful and effective network management? Explore the latest technologies and policies being implemented to drive safety, inclusivity, sustainability, and innovation.
Cutting-edge technologies and policies to digitalise construction processes to ensure smooth implementation and drive efficiently, safety and quality. Topics include digital twin, drones, robotics, AI and VR mapping.
Bringing together the entire supply chain to discover the latest innovations in materials, components and processes used during the construction and maintenance of highway projects to drive efficiency, sustainability and durability.
Thought-leaders discuss how technology can improve congestion management from the latest enforcement tech, AI, smart signage and parking solutions.
“We had good quality meetings – some refreshing existing relationships and some new”
“It's a great event for making and building connections”
“The event is very professionally run and useful to make new contacts”
“We are entirely happy with the quality of the event overall and the level of attendance generated by organisers”
“It was a hugely successful event for us. There were so many talks going on through the day that kept it interesting as well which was fantastic”
“Really excellent event this year”
“A good mix of stands, a diverse agenda and interesting guest speakers / panellists”
“Ample range of stakeholders representing the core of the industry”
“Overall an excellent exhibition with lots if footfall on our stand and many interesting panels and speakers to listen to on the various stages. Also, a great mix of highways related suppliers etc., making it an enjoyable and informative event”