Where transport and infrastructure comes together
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Posted: 22 August 2019 | Elmia | No comments yet
Elmia Nordic Transport Infrastructure is the new transport fair that takes a comprehensive grasp on all the transport modes plus the technology and services that will be needed in future to meet the various transport challenges.
The fair is being held in parallel with Elmia Nordic Rail and together with the conference Elmia Nordic Future Transport Summit, the fairs form the Nordic region’s most important meeting place for the development of tomorrow’s transport. This is the next generation of meeting place, which explores the technology in depth but also tackles the big strategic issues about climate and cooperation.
Sweden plans to be climate neutral by 2045. To succeed it requires the continued development and implementation of fossil-free vehicles and renewable fuels. More alternatives for both passenger and goods transport are needed. And to increase the uptake of carbon dioxide in forests, open land and society, we need climate-smart products and innovative ecosystem services.
The Swedish government is investing SEK 700 billion to construct, upgrade and modernise the nation’s existing infrastructure. The road to a sustainable and future-proof transport system requires cooperation across transport mode boundaries, targeted measures and broad perspectives on society. The goal has been established and the project has begun: for decades to come, transport-related infrastructure will be one of Swedish society’s major focus areas.
This is why a meeting place is needed where the transport industry can exchange knowledge, services and innovations.
Elmia Nordic Transport Infrastructure is the right place to be if you have or seek products or services that help the transport industry to develop and meet tomorrow’s challenges, all from efficiency to climate goals. Here you will meet government departments and agencies, organisations, specifiers, planning managers, purchasers, operators, researchers and educationalists. All with a shared interest in transports and infrastructure.
Infrastructure & Urban Planning, Public Transport