The organisers of October’s World Congress in Melbourne have issued their call for papers.
People and companies who wish to present have until 13th January to submit their ideas.
They say scientific Papers should concentrate on research and scholarships as they will be independently refereed in accordance with academic journal standards, while technical papers may address the institutional, business, societal and economic aspects of ITS, as well as technical subjects.
Commercial papers should describe near-market work, be specific rather than general and describe an activity aimed at generating or improving a specific product, device or idea for the commercial market. A limited number of Special Interest Sessions will be included in the programme. They’re being organised at the request of organisations or experts developing and deploying ITS, and should be interactive, tailor-made sessions to “delve into topics and offer fresh perspectives and insight”.