Innovation & Technology in Transport 2022
After its phenomenally successful debut as the largest show of its kind in 40 years, ITT Hub will be back in 2022 to continue to spearhead the future of transport—as the commercial vehicle market revolutionises in the transition to net zero.
The event will feature indoor and outdoor exhibition space set across 50,000 sqm, the high-profile Future Logistics Conference, Ride & Drive test routes and new for 2022, Cold Chain Hub by TCS&D.
ITT Hub is a breathtaking showcase of high-tech products and is now firmly established as a vital platform for anyone working in the commercial and passenger road transport sector.
The Future is Here: Tomorrow’s Technology Today
ITT Hub is the annual meeting place for the commercial road transport sector, bringing together the latest innovation and technology for bus, coach, truck, van, last mile and autonomous vehicle fleets.
With this sector set to revolutionise as the industry transitions to net zero, the need for collaboration, learning, networking and experiencing is more potent than ever.
ITT Hub provides a platform for showcasing the latest technology, equipment and services in the indoor and outdoor exhibition, learning and collaborating at the high profile Future Logistics conference and the opportunity to experience brand new vehicles in the Ride & Drive test routes.
The event will take place 11-12th May 2022 at the state-of-the-art Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, located at Farnborough International Airfield.
Organised by Logistics UK and open to all delegates visiting ITT Hub, the FREE to attend two day Future Logistics conference will be a blend of keynote addresses and panel discussions, covering future fuels, investment in fuels, making the switch to electric for van fleets, future proofing the supply chain, the future of autonomous deliveries and the launch of the Logistics Environmental Report by Logistics UK.
“We have an exciting and highly topical conference programme prepared for this year’s ITT Hub event, along with an impressive line-up of high-profile speakers drawn from the automotive, energy, finance and academic sectors. With decarbonisation and automation high on the agenda, the logistics sector is currently going through an accelerated phase of change. This is a unique opportunity to hear from a broad range of thinkers and decision makers, all experts in their fields, and gain useful insights into the industry’s fast-paced direction of travel in the coming years as it transitions to net zero.” Kevin Green, Marketing and Communications Director, Logistics UK.