PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION STAGE
Pathways to Innovation Stage Schedule
Wednesday, June 5th
June 5th - 11:30am to 12:15pm - Conduent Transportation
June 5th - 12:30 to 1:15pm - 3M
June 5th - 1:30 to 2:15pm - Parsons
June 5th - 2:30 to 3:15pm - Iteris
June 5th - 3:30 to 5:00pm - Emergency Response Day Programming
Thursday, June 6th
June 6th - 11:30am to 12:15pm - Iteris
June 6th - 12:30 to 1:15pm - Conduent Transportation
June 6th - 1:30 to 2:15pm - Miovision
June 6th - 2:30 to 3:15pm - eX2 Technology LLC & Truck Specialized Parking Services
Mobility-on-Demand and Access: Providing Access for Vulnerable Travelers Across Transportation Modes - June 5th - 11:30am to 12:15pm
This panel will include Conduent Transportation leaders for Roadway Charging & Management, Transit, Curbside Management, and Public Safety services and will discuss how technology can enable people who are disabled, elderly, children, and the socio-economically disadvantaged to have access to reliable transportation options. The discussion will touch on subjects such as demand-responsive transit, eligibility for lower fares/fees, seamless payment for transport services, and providing for physical safety.
John Peracchio, General Manager – Mobility Solutions & Strategy & Conduent Transportation Experts
Automated Vehicle Safety: The Crossroads Between Technology, Policy and Infrastructure - June 5th - 12:30 to 1:15pm
A panel discussion bringing participants from across the Connected Automated Vehicle ecosystem together for a discussion to help bridge the gap between vehicles and infrastructure. Providing the audience insight into automated driving systems, how they interact with infrastructure, and what they can do today to help improve safety on the roadway.
Moderator: Jane Terry, Senior Director of Government Affairs, National Safety Council
Infrastructure: Andrew Dubner, Ph.D., Business Leader, 3M Connected Roads
Academic: Gregory Winfree, J.D., Director, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Automotive: Jeremy McClain, Director, Systems & Technology North America, Continental and State Department of Transportation Official
State: Cory Johnson, Traffic Research Director and ITS Program Engineer, MN Department of Transportation
Moving CAVs Into Operations - June 5th - 1:30 to 2:15pm
Connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) have been part of the research agenda and have been piloted throughout the United States. While signal phase and timing, transit signal priority, freight signal priority, and many applications have been deployed and tested in several locations, the deployment of CAV systems has now moved well beyond research and pilots. This session will focus on agencies making the transition to using CAVs to improve transportation system operations. States that have deployed or are in the process of deploying CAVs will describe their plans to leverage CAV functionalities to improve throughput and safety and to measure system performance.
Moderator: Dan Lukasik, Vice President, Parsons
Blaine Leonard, Technology and Innovation Engineer, Utah Department of Transportation
John Hibbard, Operation Director, Georgia Department of Transportation
Brad Freeze, Traffic Operations Division, Tennessee Department of Transportation (invited)
Transportation Agency Perspectives on Data Dissemination in the Connected Vehicle Environment - June 5th - 2:30 to 3:15pm
Transportation data is being collected for traffic management and operations, transportation planning, performance measurement, and traveler information purposes from roadway sensors and vehicle probes. Some public agencies are making the transportation operations data they have now available to anyone who wishes to ingest it. The benefits of making this data available are the possibilities of third party application development a reality as private entities harness the data for mobility, safety and information services. As connected vehicles emerge and proliferate on the transportation network, the number of vehicle probes, the resolution of the data available, and the types of data that can be gathered will grow dramatically. This can present challenges for data dissemination as agencies enter the connected vehicle environment. This panel will provide a public sector agency perspective of their current transportation data dissemination approaches as well as what they see the challenges being as the connected vehicle environment matures and their data volume escalates.
Moderator: Cliff Heise, Vice President/Federal and Research Programs Iteris, Inc.
Faisal Saleem, ITS Branch Manager & SMARTDrive Program Manager, Maricopa County, AZ
Jay Hietpas, PE, Connected and Automated Vehicles Executive Director, Minnesota DOT
Ahmed Jawad, Signal Systems Engineer/ITS Manager, Road Commission of Oakland County, MI
Washington, D.C. Area Incident Response Discussion - June 5th - 3:30 to 5:00pm
A key part of Emergency Response Day 2019 will be taking time to discuss a few specific major incidents that have occurred recently in the DC Area. We’ll hear from state DOT representatives and local responders on the major challenges faced, key successes, and major challenges. The entire ITS and response community is invited to attend to learn about traffic incident management viewpoints during after action reviews of incidents and to discuss how the industry can both prepare for and prevent major incidents.
Connected Vehicles (CV) and Data for Safety and Mobility – A Live “Request for Information” Dialogue June 6th - 11:30am to 12:15pm
More and more public agencies are posting Requests for Information (RFIs) on Connected Vehicle (CV) solutions – including all elements of sensors, communication, road side units, data integration and applications – all to promote safety of all modes and mobility on our roadways. More structured dialogue is occurring between public and private sector on innovations and opportunities as well as challenges to meeting quickly changing demands for mobility and safety within the new technology framework. Many of these RFIs and dialogues are centered around how to use the data to demonstrate return on investment of CV applications. This session will feature 3 public sector representatives. Several actual recent RFI questions will be compiled and discussed among the panel. Topics will include innovations in all aspects of CV, featuring using data to demonstrate improved safety and mobility and aspects of contracting and partnering that are necessary for success for public agencies as we move toward a connected world.
Moderator and Organizer: Anita Vandervalk, PE, PMP, Associate Vice President, Iteris, Inc.
Fred Heery, P.E., State TSM&O Program Engineer, Florida Department of Transportation
Trey Tillander, P.E., Director, Office of Traffic Engineering & Operations, Florida Department of Transportation
Andrew J. Heath, P.E., State Traffic Engineer, Office of Traffic Operations, Georgia Department of Transportation
Hari K. Sripathi, P.E., Director,Office of Strategic Innovations, Virginia Department of Transportation
Congestion and Curbside Management: The Necessity of Addressing Both to Achieve Policy Objectives - June 6th - 12:30 to 1:15pm
Conduent Transportation experts on congestion pricing and the curbside will discuss the importance of integrating data on the road and at the curb to create a comprehensive congesting management solution. There will be presentations on how data for transit/micro-transit, ride-hailing, e-commerce deliveries, scooter/bicycle usage, and pedestrians should be captured and analyzed as well as on how dynamic pricing and permitting offer an integrated and effective approach.
Mark Cantelli, Vice President of Product Development and Management Transportation Tolling
Brett Peze, Vice President and General Manager, Curbside Management Solutions
How AI Is Making Intersections Smarter - June 6th - 1:30 to 2:15pm
Artificial intelligence and its applications in the ITS industry is moving from 'just an idea' to being implemented in the real world. These new systems, models, and algorithms present incredible opportunities for the future, but what have they accomplished so far? This session will focus on what AI actually looks like when deployed at the intersection, how it is being implemented for video detection in cities like Portland, Maine, and what we can expect to see from it in the future.
Speaker: Matthew Trushinski, Director, Marketing , Miovision
Safer, Greener, Smarter Truck Parking Solutions – A Budget-Minded Approach - June 6th - 2:30 to 3:15pm
This panel, comprised of DOT and truck parking information management system experts, will present real-world case studies and tips for deploying TPIMS technology as well as provide cost-effective implementation strategies to reduce costs without compromising on quality.
Dan Corey, ITS National Deputy Practice Leader, AECOM (invited)
Speaker to be Announced: Colorado Department of Transportation
Kyle Hildebrand, Vice President, Project Development, eX² Technology
Carl Rundell, COO, Truck Specialized Parking Services