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Q-Free at the Road User Charging Conference as a Networking partner

One more day until the Road User Charging Conference! Join us and the likes of our networking partner, Q-Free, as various speakers from all around the world share their invaluable industry insight and latest trends. With headquarters in Trondheim, Norway, Q-Free supply and provide products and solutions for ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) users. Q-free provide solutions in parking, tolling, traffic Continue Reading »

Join our networking partner, Multi Service Tolls, at the RUC Conference

The Road User Charging Conference at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Brussels is less than two days away. Join us there, along with one of our networking partners, Multi Service Tolls. Multi Service Tolls is based in the Netherlands and deliver toll solutions to trucking companies operating in Europe, providing full service solutions to make toll paying a quick Continue Reading »

Be-Mobile at the Road User Charging Conference as networking partner

Look out for Be-Mobile at the Road User Charging Conference this week as a networking partner. Be-Mobile is a smart mobility company specialising in providing a wide range of solutions for public authorities, road operators and private companies.  It provides actionable traffic management through the information acquired from road sensors, connected vehicles, traffic operators and multimodal mobility sources. Be-Mobile’s Big Continue Reading »

Cubic to feature as networking partner

The Road User Charging Conference is to commence on Wednesday on the 8th of March and we are proud to announce Cubic Transportations Systems as a networking partner. Cubic provide integrated payment and information solutions for intelligent travel applications. It delivers integrated systems for both transportation and traffic management. Cubic’s wide range of tools provide real-time information to transport agencies Continue Reading »

Axxès take on the role of networking partner

With the Road User Charging Conference approaching, we announce another one of our new networking partners, Axxès. Axxès is a French company specialising in interoperable HGV toll collection. It was the first to introduce interoperability in Germany, Spain, Portugal and Belgium. Axxes is a major player in the tolling market and seeks to continually improve its European services. It does Continue Reading »

Satellic as Networking Partner

As the countdown begins for the Road User Charging Conference on the 8th and 9th of March, we welcome Satellic as new additional networking partner. Satellic works under the supervision of Viapass and is responsible for the creation, financing, maintenance and operation of the kilometre chafing systems established in the three regions of Belgium in 2014. As of the 1st of Continue Reading »

New networking partner: Egis

We would like to announce another addition to the Road User Charging Conference’s array of world-renowned networking partners: Egis. The Egis group is a French company consisting of around 13,000 employees that provide infrastructure and transport systems, as well as consultancy services and project structuring. Their dedicated project areas include roads, bridges and underground structures, urban transport and cross sector Continue Reading »

Kapsch join as a networking partner

We would like to introduce and welcome Kapsch as a new networking partner for the Road User Charging Conference. The Kapsch Group is an international company that dedicated to providing telematics and telecommunications solutions, carrier and enterprise solutions. Part of the Kapsch Group is Kapsch TrafficCon, which specialises in equipping the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market with smart solutions, technology and Continue Reading »

Siemens join as a networking partner

Manufacturing and electronics giant Siemens have joined the Road User Charging conference as a networking partner.  Siemens is a multinational company with headquarters in the German cities of Berlin and Munich and numerous branch offices abroad. It specialises in a variety of industries, ranging from energy management, electronics and building technologies through to mobility. Within the mobility industry, Siemens provide Continue Reading »

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