AVIXA to discuss value of AV for enhancing passenger experience at London transport event

AVIXA will be making the case for AV use to improve passenger experiences at the Intelligent Transport Conference in London, Nov. 1-2, 2018
Author:
Publish date:
AVIXA_LogoMark_Color_CMYK

AVIXA, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, has announced it has joined the line up of speakers at the Intelligent Transport Conference in London, Nov. 1-2, 2018.

As a Gold Sponsor, AVIXA will join industry experts from organisations such as Network Rail and Transport for London, IBM and Google UK, and take part in the “Technology and the Passenger Experience” portion of the conference program. 

The topic for discussion is “Presenting Multimodal Journey Information and Improving the Passenger Experience,” and representing AVIXA on the multi-national panel will be AVIXA member Neil Farr (pictured, below), managing director of Acquire Digital. Farr will be drawing on his company’s extensive experience in the field and speaking alongside executives from the Finnish Transport Agency, Metro Service of Copenhagen, and Mobility Co-operative of Switzerland.

Neil Farr

“The panel has an interesting mix of disciplines and expertise, which should make for a stimulating discussion,” Farr said. “For example, I’m looking forward to debating subjects such as the growth of smart cities, and the interconnection of transport hubs, happening off the back of the digitalisation of the real world, which is where audiovisual experiences are setting the agenda for the future. In light of this trend, I’m very much in favour of AVIXA’s programme to raise awareness of audiovisual solutions in transportation, as our industries combine and find new experiential and immersive, solutions for the future.”

“Some of the most innovative, forward-looking audiovisual solutions are emerging in the transportation sector,” said AVIXA Chief Executive Officer David Labuskes (pictured, below), CTS, CAE, RCDD. “Our participation in the Intelligent Transport event reinforces our commitment to creating new conversations between industries, with the goal of using audiovisual technology to transform the travel experience for passengers everywhere.”

Dave Labuskes

Taking place at London’s QEII Centre, the Intelligent Transport Conference 2018 will explore how technology will shape the future of transportation, improve air quality and operations, and enhance performance and the customer experience. 

For more on the Intelligent Transport Conference visit, www.intelligenttransport.com/intelligent-transport-conference.

For more information on the evolution of AV in transportation, visit www.avixa.org/transportationav.

Related