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On Oct. 16, the world’s leading transportation policy makers, technology and business professionals will gather in Orlando, Fla., for the world’s largest transportation convention and trade show.

This year’s ITS World Congress (Oct. 16-20) will undoubtedly bring to light some exciting innovations from all corners of the ITS industry.

Our team is looking forward to learning about the challenges and goals of your ITS projects, especially those for active traffic management (ATM). Commonly used in Europe and now on a few U.S. highways, these cutting-edge ATM systems are commonly applied for speed harmonizing, temporary shoulder use, queue warnings, special lane management and travel times. If your agency is looking to invest in an ATM project, we would definitely like to visit with you about it.

Throughout the event, we’ll be participating in the NEMA Interoperability Showcase which will give attendees a hands-on opportunity to use third-party software to remotely control a Vanguard® DMS in our booth. Daktronics has been honored to aid in the development of NTCIP protocols for DMS and we’re looking forward to seeing these protocols demonstrated at the show.

With more than 250 sessions and 400,000 square feet of exhibit space to explore, you’re probably going to have a busy week in Orlando, but Daktronics would certainly enjoy the opportunity to connect with you. You’re invited to take part in our happy hour on Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 3:30-5:30 p.m. in booth #1957 to visit about your organization’s projects. We’ll have an ice cold Yuengling lager for you when you get there.

If you plan to spend any time outside of the Orange County Convention Center, make sure to check out the several Daktronics DMS installations in the area:

It’s going to be a world-class event, and we hope to see you there!

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