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About the Transport AI Exhibition

Transport AI UK will provide a one-stop shop for understanding the opportunities and challenges of AI:


  • a platform for attendees to gain insights on which AI-powered products, services and tools can deliver now to help local authorities and consultants

  • the AI development curve: how to use AI to add value by time-saving, cost-saving and automating routine tasks

  • a look ahead to coming innovation: planning an AI readiness strategy

  • understanding of the resourcing, procurement, human and ethical factors that will underpin the development and take-up of AI across the transport sector


Exhibition floorplan


2m x 2m available stand

3m x 2m available stand

Catering tables


Catering tables

Entrance 1

Entrance 2



Exhibitors include

Why exhibit?

Transport AI 2023 is the only dedicated conference and exhibition designed to bring together national and local government change-makers with their counterparts working in Artificial Intelligence innovations in transport and mobility.  

This major new national event has been designed with the networking exhibition area at its centre.  The large exhibition hall is where all breaks, lunch and networking will take place throughout the day. 

The event provides:

  • Senior level public sector decision makers 

  • Opportunity to showcase and demonstrate your services in a live environment 

  • Targeted industry networking of 250+ attendees 

  • Brand building and exposure 

Secure your place today and benefit from an exhibition area in the networking hall as well as an opportunity to join the conference programme in the 'Innovations Showcase' session.  


Exhibiting rates

Headline Sponsorship (2 of 3 positions now available) - £4,000 plus vat 

  • Includes opportunity to join the steering committee (includes representatives from DfT, TTF, ITS (UK), Connected Places Catapult and TfGM) 

  • Logo as event sponsors (limited to 3 organisations) 

  • Opportunity to present on the programme in a suitable session 

  • 3m x 2m exhibition area 

  • 10 delegate places for staff and client invitations 

  • Editorial coverage in Landor LINKS titles in the build up to and post-event 

  • A company profile on the event website and in the show guide 

Exhibition Package (limited to 10 organisations) - £2,500 plus vat

  • 3m x 2m exhibition area 

  • 4 delegate places for staff and client invitations 

  • A company profile on the event website and in the show guide 

Innovation Package (limited to 8 start-ups / SMEs) - £1,000 plus vat

  • 2m x 2m exhibition area 

  • 2 delegate places for staff and client invitations 

  • Opportunity to take part in the Innovation Showcase session 

  • A company profile on the event website and in the show guide 

Event partners

Event collaborators


Connected Places Catapult

Connected Places Catapult

Connected Places Catapult is the UK’s innovation accelerator for cities, transport, and places.


We provide impartial ‘innovation as a service’ for public bodies, businesses, and infrastructure providers to catalyse step-change improvements in the way people live, work and travel. 


Taking place in London on 20 and 21 March 2024, the Connected Places Summit will harness the collective ingenuity and collaboration of our community to innovate together. Join us for two days of interactive content, live project showcases, inspiring thought leadership and opportunities to connect with peers from technology, transport, mobility, cities, academia, and Government.




ITS-UK is the membership body for the UK transport technology sector. It provides a national platform to support the roll out of technology for a cleaner, safer and more effective transport network, both at home and abroad, through advocacy to policy makers, connecting people and organisations, promoting the industry overseas and supporting innovation across the intelligent transport ecosystem.




We live in a data age. Data is collected, maintained, shared and used in growing quantities – for many purposes – by governments, businesses and other organisations across all sectors. It is used to provide insights and analyses that enable new projects, products and services to be developed – with the potential to create trillions of pounds of value.


SYSTRA’s specialised data science expertise helps organisations produce meaningful insights from the data they collect and create by managing, processing and interrogating large volumes of data to produce visualisations that present analysis in accessible and useable formats. We use scientific methods, maths and statistics, programming, analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and storytelling to identify and explain the insights hidden within data.



tech UK

techUK is the trade association which brings together people, companies and organisations to realise the positive outcomes of what digital technology can achieve. We create a network for innovation and collaboration across business, government and stakeholders to provide a better future for people, society, the economy and the planet.



Innovate UK Bridge AI

BridgeAI was set up in April 2023 and is now focused on AI solution development and R&D in four priority sectors, including transport, with £100 million in funding to be delivered by 2026. BridgeAI is an Innovate UK-funded programme, delivered by a consortium including Innovate UK, Digital Catapult, The Alan Turing Institute, STFC, Hartree Centre and BSI.


Transport for Greater Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is a not-for-profit organisation that delivers the Greater Manchester Combined Authority's (GMCA's) transport policies. It coordinates transport networks across the region, decides where to invest transport funding, and owns and runs the Metrolink tram service.

It builds and manages bus stations and transport interchanges, provides travel planning and timetable information to passengers, and promotes walking and cycling as safe and healthy choices.


Transport for West Midlands

Transport for West Midlands

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) is part of the West Midlands Combined Authority. We work with bus and train operators to make sure that public transport is: safe, reliable, affordable and accessible for everyone. We own and run West Midlands Metro, which is the region’s tram service. We also run the Swift smartcard. This flexible, cashless ticket is the most-used outside London.


Transport Technology Forum

Transport Technology Forum

Transport Technology Forum exists to give leadership, direction and support and to stimulate investment in innovation and technology solutions. The Forum provides a dynamic space where road operators and their suppliers can exchange information and agree to work more collaboratively in order to achieve a more cohesive approach.




Microsoft enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. This year will be remembered as the moment that we, as individuals, began to harness the power of AI in our daily lives. The last 10 months reflect years of AI research, close partnerships, and breakthrough innovations coming together. This culmination is now unifying our product vision to empower every person and every organisation on the planet to achieve more.


23 January 2024 - Manchester Conference Centre, Sackville St, Manchester

Building an ecosystem – creating a marketplace

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InnovateUK Bridge
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