At Ramudden Digital, we work with organizations across the entire ITS spectrum. We are proud to be involved with organizations that strengthen our industry as a whole and share in our idea of much safer and more efficient transportation. Go ahead and explore the organizations below to learn more about our industry and how these organizations make a difference.
ITS Canada’s goal is to work toward improving efficiency, safety, and overall mobility while diminishing the risks to travel safety as well as the adverse effects on the environment such as pollution. They also work to foster government-industry cooperation.
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) is a non-profit, nationwide professional association whose primary focus is on improving roadway and highway infrastructure and transportation.
The overall purpose of the IMSA is to keep its professional members as well as others in the profession, up-to-date on the correct practices of construction and upkeep of signal systems and to keep industry professionals informed on emerging products and equipment developments.
The OTC draws its members from elected representatives from across the industry as well as people in related fields to foster a better understanding of interests in the safety and better efficiency of traffic. OTC is the voice for enhancing the engineering, education and enforcement sectors of the traffic management sector in Ontario”.
The Ontario Good Roads Association progresses the infrastructure and transportation interests of its members through hands-on training courses, as well as through advocacy and other traffic-related services.
Intertraffic is a leading global trade event for stakeholders involved in the full spectrum of the mobility ecosystem. By hosting events around the world, they offer industry professionals a complete overview of products and services of the world’s leading companies.
The Canadian Institute of Transportation Engineers (CITE) membership is composed of over 2,000 transportation engineers, planners, technologists and students across Canada. CITE works to bring industry information and ideas to its members.
NACTO is an association of 81 major North American cities and transit agencies
formed to exchange transportation ideas, insights, and practices and cooperatively approach national transportation issues. NACTO’s mission is to build cities as places for people, with safe, sustainable, accessible, and equitable transportation choices that support a strong economy and vibrant quality of life.
FCM has been the national voice of municipal government since 1901. Their members include more than 2,000 municipalities from Canada’s cities and rural communities, to northern towns and 20 provincial and territorial municipal associations.
CARSP was formed in 1985 and is a national organization dedicated to enhancing road safety at home and abroad. CARSP supports Canada’s road safety community by providing access to multi-disciplinary information, research and networking opportunities.
RUSA is an association made up of rural municipalities, counties, towns, special areas and villages dedicated to the safer working conditions for contractors and the public in general when working near any utility, and in the long term, lower costs to municipalities. RUSA represents and supports our members in areas of professional development, safety, uniform interpretation and application of appropriate legislation.
CEA is a registered organization representing Alberta engineering firms. These firms employ nearly 9,000 individuals, including professional engineers, technologists and support staff. The industry contributes over $1.9 billion annually to the Alberta economy. The engineering industry is strategically essential in developing and transferring technology for the use and benefit of society
The Intelligent Transportation Society of America progresses the study and utilization of intelligent transportation technologies to save lives and to ensure advances in mobility, sustainability, and to increase traffic efficiencies.