TennSMART is hitting the road with a new event series where we visit industry partners across the state to learn more about how their innovations support intelligent mobility.
On October 2, TennSMART invites you to visit the nation’s premier transportation and mobility research facilities and the U.S. Department of Energy’s only transportation user facility.
Following the conclusion of the Tennessee Sustainable Transportation Forum & Expo, join TennSMART members for a discussion of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and its Transportation and Mobility Research, followed by a tour of the National Transportation Research Center. Network with industry peers after the tour at Casual Pint in Hardin Valley.
Oct. 2 Industry Tour Schedule
Note: Due to security restrictions at these facilities, we require you to provide your country of citizenship upon registration. Note: non-US citizens have until September 13 to register.
Learn more about ORNL at: https://www.ornl.gov/transportation
Learn more about NTRC at: https://www.ornl.gov/facility/ntrc
The convergence of mobility and technology is happening in Tennessee. TennSMART, a Tennessee-based consortium of top transportation CEOs, research institutions, and government officials, is leading the way by providing information-sharing platforms for organizations and individuals seeking to advance transportation technology and bring efficient new modules to market.
On November 5-6, TennSMART thought leaders from the public and private sectors will gather in Memphis to accelerate the development and deployment of new intelligent mobility innovations in Tennessee.
TennSMART member meetings foster needs assessments and strategic planning in the five areas below:
TennSMART intends to offer the most collaborative and transformative transportation technology meetings in the U.S., solving tomorrow’s mobility problems today through our partnerships and collaborations with private industry, governments, and academic research.