Local Activites

At ITS Singapore, we believed in engaging our members and partners through on-going activities. Other than networking events, our members also come together for technical visits, conferences and launches. To promote Singapore’s solution to the global market, ITS Singapore set up Singapore Pavilion at ITS World Congresses and ITS Asia Pacific Forum.

Regular industry networking sessions

Visit to industry partners and sharing sessions

ITS Singapore Summit

Annual Get-together Dinner

Overseas Activities

At ITS Singapore, we believed in engaging our members and partners through on-going activities. Other than networking events, our members also come together for technical visits, conferences and launches. To promote Singapore’s solution to the global market, ITS Singapore set up Singapore Pavilion at ITS World Congresses and ITS Asia Pacific Forum.

Participate as Singapore delegation to ITS World Congresses and ITS Asia-Pacific Forums

ITSS Singapore Pavilion exhibition booths

Singapore Night networking dinner with international ITS community

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You are invited to ITS Singapore’s industry webinar series – Urban Mobility From Edge to Cloud on 28 January 2021, SGT 4pm to 5pm.

  • Date: 28 Jan 2021
  • Time: SGT 4pm to 5pm
  • Register:

In this first webinar series for the year, we have invited notable speakers from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Cubic Transportation Platforms for a panel discussion on how urban mobility is transforming due to technological innovation and shifting social trends. To be moderated by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Singapore’s Chief Information Officer Mr Goh Siow Chong, the session will tap on Mr Goh’s experience in implementing technological solutions to create fireside discussions. Siow Chong is also a Councilor of ITS Singapore.

About the Speakers:

Dr. Eng Lim Goh is senior vice president and chief technology officer for artificial intelligence at HPE. Prior to this, he was CTO for the majority of his 27 years at Silicon Graphics, now an HPE company. As principal investigator of the experiment aboard the International Space Station to operate autonomous supercomputers on long duration space travel, Dr. Goh was awarded NASA’s Exceptional Technology Achievement Medal. In addition to co-inventing blockchain-based swarm learning applications, he oversees deployment of artificial intelligence to Formula 1 racing, works on industrial application of technologies behind a champion poker bot, co-designed the systems architecture for simulating a biologically detailed mammalian brain, and leads a team on machine learning and analytics of high-dimensional gene expression data from vaccine clinical trial. He has been granted nine U.S. patents, with four others pending.

Mick Spiers has a vision of a world where people can move freely around cities; without traffic; without congestion; and ultimately without stress.  He believes in freedom of choice.  The freedom to choose your preferred mode (or modes) of transportation and to use your preferred method of payment to pay for those services. Mick advocates that transportation needs to be equitable and accessible to everyone – the banked and the unbanked; technophiles and technophobes; the young and the elderly; the rich and the poor and everyone in between.  

Mick is the Vice President and General Manager of Cubic Transportation Platforms (the home of Umo) at Cubic Transportation Systems.  He and his team are providing platform-based technology that brings innovative mobility solutions to transport operators and agencies of all sizes from a small family-owned bus company to a large complex city.

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You are invited to the ITSS Webinar Series – Opportunities to Optimise Traffic Network Congestion and Demand Management posed by the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Date: Friday, 4 Dec 2020

Time: SGT 10am to 11am




The Covid-19 pandemic has markedly reduced travel and how we move in our usual network. Short-term changes in travel behaviour include more people working from home, fewer non-essential trips being made, and a significant decrease in transit ridership. But has this development the potential to substantially change our mobility behaviour?

During this webinar, the speakers will focus on the challenges but also opportunities to how we move around a network has brought us and what solutions can help improve personal mobility by reducing urban congestion as a primary focus of transport agencies. While congestion is normally a major problem, the Covid-19 pandemic has led to significant short-term reductions in personal travel, resulting in noticeable improvements in network  performance and air quality. As the world recovers from the pandemic, we envision that it is likely over the long-run for personal travel to rebound and approach pre-crisis congestion conditions. In the interim, we have a golden opportunity to experience a world with less congestion and strategize ways to change travel behaviour and make our transport systems react to this new world.


About the speakers

David Bolt

Vice President Sales and Solution Consulting APAC / Kapsch TrafficCom Australia.

David Bolt earned his Masters degree of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Strathclyde and International Business from Nanyang Technology University in Singapore. David has more than 10 years of experience with product development, regional group management, business development, and consulting. At Kapsch TrafficCom Australia, David is responsible for managing the Sales and Solution Consulting group which focuses on Kapsch’s wide Intelligent Mobility Solution portfolio across the Asia Pacific region from urban mobility to electronic toll collection. David is a Director on the Board of ITS Australia and sits on ITS Australia MaaS Committee as an industry group member. David is a passionate advocate for adoption of safer, smarter infrastructure.


Professor Majid Sarvi

Program Director, Transport Technologies / The University of Melbourne

Majid is the founder and director of the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES). AIMES is a world first; a grid mapped with smart sensors to test emerging, multimodal connected large-scale transport technologies in a complex urban environment. Through AIMES, Majid is bringing the transport network together, collaborating with more than 50 domestic and international partners from industry and government.

Majid has more than 23 years of professional, academic and research experience in the areas of traffic and transport engineering. His research is multidisciplinary with an international outlook applying theory to combat real-world challenges. His expertise includes: connected multimodal transport systems, cooperative ITS, crowd dynamic modelling and simulation and network vulnerability assessment and optimisation.

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Join us at webinar – Shaping The Future of Advanced Traffic Management on Thursday, 19 November at 3pm (SGT).

Register at

Abstract and synopsis

Dr Chong Chee Chung is the Senior ITS Architect from ST Engineering. The past decades have witnessed the dramatic impact of new innovations and technologies on the ways we live our day-to-day lives. Likewise, the advancement of Advanced Traffic Management has, and will continue to be radically shaped by these developments. In this presentation, Dr Chong will explore and discuss how such emerging innovations and technologies will impact the various aspects of the Advanced Traffic Management ecosystem, including the way traffic information is being collected,  enhancement and automation in the decision making process, and how improvement in service delivery benefits road users.


Dr Dario Menichetti, Regional Director, Technical Pre-Sales & Professional Services of PTV GROUP will share how efficient traffic management can be more than steering traffic away from incidents after an accident has occurred or closing lanes due to construction works. Instead, he believed that it is about having a response plan ready before it is even needed. Thanks to the latest software technologies in combination with advancements in connectivity, communication, data availability and computing power, traffic operators can now rely on high-quality data, accurate forecasts based on machine learning techniques and sophisticated model-based simulations that allow for real-time scenarios evaluations that are necessary to respond fast and in an effective manner to unusual network conditions such as accidents, special events or a pandemic. In this presentation, Dr Menichetti will explore the methods, technologies and use cases to take traffic management to the next level.

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You are invited to ITS Singapore’s webinar series – Moving People and Creating Moments using Data-Driven insights – Rethinking traveller information.

Date: Friday, 30 Oct 2020

Time: 4pm to 5pm



In the fast-paced world we live in today, information is always at our fingertips. Real-time information equips, empowers and guides us in navigating not just to where we want to be but even in everyday decisions.

Data is essential to help us understand how populations change, how needs evolve, and how pockets of community interact as they move around Singapore. Data-driven insights are then pivotal in stimulating real change in systems and policies which translate to a better travel experience for all on the ground.

A.P Gopinath Menon, Transport Engineering Consultant, will share more on familiar traveller information systems and how they have evolved to keep pace with the challenges of travel in the 21st century. Peter Quek, Chief Information Officer at Land Transport Authority of Singapore, will discuss how data from platforms can be effectively utilised to empower the public and private sectors in moving people and goods, co-creating travel moments and enhancing travel experiences.

Kindly register using the link provided and we hope to see you at the webinar.

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You are invited to the ITS Singapore webinar series, Future-Proofing Public Transport for Major Disruptions – How the Transport Industry Can Adapt and Achieve Resilience in an Ever-Changing World.

Date: Friday, 25 September 2020

Time: 4.00pm – 5.00pm SGT


The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for public transport agencies to re-evaluate every aspect of their organisations. From fast-tracking sustainability strategies to finding new ways of leveraging large datasets that facilitate more informed, real-time decision making – agencies are now working on new approaches that help future-proof their operations.

Disruption is now the ‘new normal’, with future scenarios such as epidemics, cyber and terrorist attacks, natural disasters and technological advances creating unforeseen impacts on the industry. While disruption may pose serious challenges, it also creates opportunities for transport agencies to innovate, improve and drive efficiencies.

Jeremy Yap, Deputy Chief Executive (Public Transport, Policy & Planning) of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) Singapore, will present the challenges Singapore currently faces and will outline some of the policies and strategies the LTA have implemented to deal with future challenges. Peter Bell, the Chief Technology Officer at Trapeze Group, will then discuss five key emerging technologies, including Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Dynamic Scheduling – that will support transport agencies in future-proofing their response to disruptive events.

Register here.

If possible, please register with your company/institute email address. ITS Singapore’s members will be given priority to attend. All other requests will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

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Join us at the ITS Singapore’s webinar series – Making an Impact, ITSS Chat with Prof. Lui Pao Chuen.

Date: Friday, 11 September 2020

Time: 3pm

Platform: Zoom Webinar


Prof. Lui Pao Chuen was Singapore’s former Chief Defence Scientist for 22 years before retiring in 2008 with the Ministry of Defence Singapore. He was appointed and still serving as Advisor, National Research Foundation in Prime Minister’s Office. In this webinar, Prof. Lui will be sharing his wealth of experience in the field of engineering and how innovations has shaped Singapore and create opportunities for the little red dot.

Suitable for students currently studying in the faculty of engineering, startups, young engineer and even seasoned engineers. Prof. Lui will rekindle your passion for innovations.

For further information, send your queries to Mary Chin at

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