The Middle East’s mobility landscape is undergoing an exciting transition, with growing populations requiring smarter cities and a fresh, more environmentally-friendly approach to transport. The event will combine digital technologies with infrastructure solutions to help revolutionise regional mobility.
The Middle East rail market has experienced a shift towards digital transformation over the last 12 months. Digitalisation is driving disruptive change in transport technology and business models, as governments look to build smarter, more efficient and increasingly digitalised mobility infrastructure in the region.
As governments strive to meet deadlines, 2020 marks an important year for those engaged in several projects, including:
Middle East Rail is the largest transport event of its kind for the region. It has firmly established itself as the only event with which industry experts and professionals will attend to close deals, create business opportunities and get updates on specific regional projects.
Middle East Rail is a strategic high-level conference and collocated exhibition with 300 speakers, exhibitors and 5,500 attendees from across the region, and representatives from the entire smart transport ecosystem. The event will look to tackle the biggest challenges facing the industry. From privatisation and planning, digital technologies and automation, urban mobility and supply chain innovation as well as project updates sessions from across the region.
In 2020, Middle East Rail co-locates with Middle East Smart Mobility. This expansion facilitates the inclusion of the entire transport ecosystem from transport operators, industry disruptors, government entities, urban planners, municipalities, property developers, ports, depots and much more.