You are invited to share and learn the newest ideas in transportation technology by attending MassDOT’s Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange for 2016, scheduled for March 8 & 9, at the DCU Center in Worcester.
Are you wondering how to improve both the efficiency and effectiveness of your operations? Are you looking for the latest technology or equipment for your organization? Take the leap forward by discovering 21st century innovations and technologies at the annual Innovation and Tech Transfer Exchange.
There will be more than 30 breakout sessions, where you will have the opportunity to discuss with your peers the advantages and challenges associated with the methods and technologies being presented. In addition, there will be vendors displaying the latest innovative equipment on the entire first floor March 8.
The event is open to all transportation professionals including MassDOT, municipalities, consultants, contractors, vendors and manufacturers.
To learn more, register to attend, or become an exhibitor or sponsor, visit the Innovation & Tech Transfer Exchange website.
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