Emovis Ireland

We are proud sponsor of Transport Ireland Conference 2019

By May 21, 2019 June 28th, 2019 No Comments

We are pleased to announce that Emovis Ireland is the main sponsor of Transport Ireland Conference 2019. Our commercial arhtitect, Steven Dunski will present on Technology Trends in Tolling & Mobility

Emovis Ireland CEO Francoise Riou and Senior Management Team Members Colin O’Toole, Paul Bennett and Darren O’Reilly will also be in attendance and available throughout the conference to discuss how we can help to uncover opportunity and accelerate your transport and mobility strategy.

Visit our stand in the exhibition hall and meet our Senior Project Manager Catherine Kelly and Senior Programme Manager Sarah Green who can update you on all the latest work we are doing in Ireland and around the globe.

Please contact darren.oreilly@emovis.ie to schedule your meeting or request more information.

We look forward to seeing you in Radisson Blu Royal, Dublin on 3rd July 2019.

About transport Ireland Conference

Please visit Emovis Ireland in the exhibition hall.

Transport Ireland®, now in its twelfth year, has firmly established itself as the annual conference event for the transport sector in Ireland. The 2019 conference will bring together all the key players from across Ireland, north and south, to focus on the important issues facing transport policy-makers and senior managers in the transport sector.

Good quality national infrastructure, and in particular transport infrastructure, is a key requirement for economic and regional growth. The National Development Plan 2018-2027, part of the broader Project Ireland 2040, details how billions will be spent over the next ten years. With €5.7 billion for national roads schemes, €3 billion for MetroLink and €2.4 billion for the BusConnects programme, the plan seeks to address previous capital underinvestment in Ireland.

The decarbonisation of transport, which accounts for 20 per cent of Ireland’s overall emissions, is a key theme of Project Ireland 2040. As we shift towards a low carbon future, sustainable mobility will have to become increasingly important. There is also the opportunity for smarter mobility through technology – but we must ensure that this is accessible for all.

For more information, click here https://www.transportireland.ie/