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ITSNZ and Transportation Research Centre Partner for T-Tech24 Conference

    ITSNZ welcomes T-Tech24 Co-hosts Auckland University’s Transportation Research Centre 

    Dates are set and the call for abstracts is open for T-Tech24 ITSNZ’s Future Transport conference which takes place at the University of Auckland on June 25-26.  In a new development for T-Tech24, we are excited to announce a co-hosting partnership with the University of Auckland’s Transportation Research Centre(TRC). 

    An innovative hub for both academic and commercial research the TRC brings together multidisciplinary expertise from Engineering, Science, Medical and Health Sciences, Creative Arts and Industries, and Business faculties. The partnership for this year’s 2-day conference and exhibition is a realisation of ITSNZ’s commitment to connect industry, and government with New Zealand’s academia and research community.

    Simon McManus, Executive Officer explains ITSNZ’s commitment, “As we navigate new ideas, innovations and tech advancements it’s critical that we back researchers who can bring both credibility and assurance to support trials and measure outcomes, as well as supporting students developing their own innovations and fresh ideas.

    Through the partnership ITSNZ expects this year’s event to engage researchers, institutes and students from across Australasia and Asia, by providing a platform to showcase their latest research into transport technologies. 

    Associate Professor Doug Wilson, Director of the Transportation Research Centre is excited to partner with ITSNZ on T-Tech24, T-Tech has established itself as one of New Zealand’s leading transportation conferences and it’s future and tech-enabled solutions focus is incredibly important for the industry, government and researchers to enable positive, efficient and effective outcomes for the communities we serve. 

    We look forward to working together with ITSNZ and the sector to establish productive relationships, advance knowledge by effective research, and the development and monitoring  of the effectiveness of technology trials” .

    Doug Wilson, Director Transportation Research Centre
    Doug Wilson