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Irene Méndez represents Vectio at the International Congress on Unified Transport in Peru organized by the National University of Engineering

From June 19 to 21, the International Congress on Unified Transport System in Peru was held in Lima, organized by the Postgraduate Unit of the Faculty of Industrial and Systems Engineering of the National University of Engineering, which was attended as an international expert by Vectio traffic engineer Irene Méndez. Accompanied by the Professor of the University of Oviedo and Civil Engineer Pedro Plasencia, who participated as a speaker with the topic “Planning of lines in the railway system”, Irene Méndez participated on Friday 21 in the Congress with a presentation on “Road networks and vehicular traffic”. Our engineer colleague was able to enjoy the experience and contact with other professionals and experts of the sector in a Congress whose general objective was to provide technology transfer, knowledge and experience in Design, Construction, Management and Maintenance of a Unified System in Peru, through national and international experts. The four axes of the conference were: intermodality and multimodality; supply chain management, technology and digitalization in the optimization of transportation infrastructure; strategies to reduce the environmental impact of transportation; and governmental regulatory policies. During the Congress, a total of 14 national and foreign specialists participated, presenting proposals for integrated technological innovation in the field of transportation.

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