EN CN
Dates Countdown
Paper
Submission

Submission Deadline:
December 2, 2019

Please send your Paper(s)
and Submission Form to:
cmsam2019@sina.com

About CMSAM History

History of the First CMSAM
The First CMSAM was successfully held in Bangkok, Thailand on July 24 to 25, 2016. The proceedings of CMSAM2016 have been published by DEStech Publications and successfully indexed by CPCI-S (ISTP indexing)!
MORE>>

History of the Second CMSAM
The Second CMSAM was successfully held in Beijing, China on October 22-23, 2017. The proceedings of CMSAM2017 have been published by DEStech Publications and successfully indexed by CPCI-S (ISTP indexing)!
MORE>>

History of third CMSAM
The Third CMSAM was successfully held in Wuhan, China on September 27-28, 2018. The proceedings of CMSAM2018 have been published by DEStech Publications and successfully indexed by CPCI-S (ISTP indexing)!
MORE>>

Transportation

Airport
Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is located in the northern part of Guangzhou city, Guangdong province, China. According to December 2018, the airport has 3 runways and 2 terminals, and will be expanded to 5 runways and 3 terminals, with 202 passenger seats and 43 cargo seats (excluding FBO). T1 has an area of 523,000 square meters, and T2 has a total area of 880,700 square meters, with a total area of 1,403,700 square meters. It covers more than 210 navigation routes, including more than 90 international and regional routes, More than 40 countries and regions are accessible.







The Subway
Guangzhou Metro refers to the urban rail transit system serves for Guangzhou and the pearl river of Guangdong province in China. Guangzhou Metro is a member of union of CoMET. The first line of Guangzhou Metro named line 1 opening on June 28, 1997. It makes Guangzhou become the first opening Metro city in Guangdong province.



Guangzhou Public Traffic
Guangzhou public traffic including buses, passenger vehicles and water buses, etc. It is one of the major public transportation modes in Guangzhou. The first bus line was opened in 1952. By the end of 2017, Guangzhou public traffic had 13,507 buses, 1,232 bus routes and 649 bus stops. 74 ships of all kinds operate 33 water bus terminals and 14 water bus routes. There were 1913 highway passenger vehicles and 44 passenger stations.