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On October 15, ITS World Congress ended; the event represented a great opportunity to gain insights, takeaways, lessons learned and fruitful discussions. As TN-ITS community, we would like to wrap-up some of the key activities of the week. 

On Monday 11 October 2021, the very opening day of the ITS World Congress, TN-ITS organised the event “TN-ITS GOes Urban”. Aiming to highlight what TN-ITS can do for public authorities – including cities – and its role in the data space, as well as support improvements in city navigation and traffic management, TN-ITS GOes urban brought together several keynote speakers: Bert Boterbergh, TN-ITS Vice President; Frank Daems, ERTICO; Rene Bruijne, SIMACAN; George Cambanis, MOBITO; Jean-Charles Pandazis, ERTICO, representing the SENSORIS platform; Theo Thuis, EPA; and Dr. Michael Fischer, Hamburg Urban Data Platform.

The event started by defining the mission of the TN-ITS association and of the TN-ITS GO project, which is to facilitate and foster the exchange of ITS-related spatial road data between road authorities as trusted data providers, and data users as map makers and other parties.  

Once the basis were defined, Bert Boterbergh, TN-ITS Vice President, highlighted key aspects of concrete uses cases and