ITS World Congress has released the detailed session schedule so attendees can customize their experience in advance. The progressive curriculum will include technical and scientific content as well as innovative special interest sessions focused around key industry trends, challenges and opportunities including: Connectivity and Autonomy; Infrastructure; Data, Security and Privacy; Smart(er) Cities and New Business Models. The event will also feature plenaries, interactive roundtables, exhibits, networking, live demonstrations and Smart Cities Pavilion.

Attendees can register for ITS World Congress 2017 here. For more information on the Smart Cities Pavilion, educational program, exhibitors and live demos at ITS World Congress 2017, visit the website.