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The JCT Traffic Signal Symposium & Exhibition

The JCT Symposium & Exhibition started in 1996 as a way to bring traffic signal practitioners together with manufacturers and to maintain a sense of community amongst signals engineers. It is intended to run as an affordable conference that is accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of experience and that encourages the exchange of both knowledge and experience. Over the past few years, the symposium has consolidated its position as the UK's best conference event for traffic signals.


The Symposium & Exhibition runs over two days, is usually preceded by the MOVA user group and mixes conference style papers, the principal manufacturers, networking opportunities and organised social events in the evening. As far as content goes, the emphasis is on the signals community itself and JCT relies upon the the submission of papers and presentations from working signal engineers and/or manufacturers, so if you have some experience that would be of interest to our community then please let us know and we will do everything we can to help you present your findings including providing you with subsidised attendance at this event.


2018 Symposium & Exhibition

The 2018 Symposium will be held on the Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th September at The Nottingham Conference Centre

The 2018 MOVA User Group will be held on the Tuesday 11th September at The Nottingham Conference Centre.



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