ITS Research Data Exchange (RDE) and ITS Data Capture and Management (DCM) Program Review Meetings

ITS Research Data Exchange (RDE) Review Meeting, March 26. 2014

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8:00 am    Welcome and Meeting Overview (Jon Obenberger, Senior Transportation Research Engineer, USDOT FHWA)

8:15 am    USDOT’s Connected Vehicle Program Overview (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

9:00 am    Research Data Exchange (RDE) Overview (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

9:30 am    Break

9:45 am    Current RDE Functionality, Operation and Performance (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

1. Demonstration and Feedback on RDE Functions and Features (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

2. Review of Feedback Provided During Demonstrations

3. Summary of Feedback and Experiences With Using the RDE (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

11:45 am   Lunch and Tour of Saxton Lab (2nd half of session)

12:45 pm   Priorities for Future Data Sets to Add to the RDE (Jon Obenberger, Senior Transportation Research Engineer, USDOT FHWA)

1. Process to Select and Obtain Data Sets (Ryan Swick, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton)

2. Review Possible Data Sets to Add to RDE (Ryan Swick, Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton)

3. Feedback on Process and Priorities for Datasets to Add to RDE (Jon Obenberger, Senior Transportation Research Engineer, USDOT FHWA)

1:30 pm     Proposed Near Term RDE Enhancements (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

1. Proposed Enhancements and Schedule to Improve the RDE (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

2. Feedback on Proposed Near Term RDE Enhancements (Richard Glassco, Principal, Noblis)

2:15 pm    Break

2:30 pm    Vision, Future Role, Direction, and Long Term RDE Enhancements (Karl Wunderlich, Fellow, Transportation Analysis, Noblis)

1. Future Vision and Plans for the RDE (Karl Wunderlich, Fellow, Transportation Analysis, Noblis)

2. Feedback on RDE Vision, Role, Direction, and Long Term Enhancements

3. Possible Priorities for Future Enhancements to the RDE

4:20 pm     Review Agenda for RDE Review Meeting II (Jon Obenberger, Senior Transportation Research Engineer, USDOT FHWA)

4:30 pm     Adjourn


ITS Data Capture and Management (DCM) Program Review Meeting, March 27. 2014

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8:00 am    Welcome and Meeting Overview (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

8:15 am    US DOT’s Connected Vehicle and DCM Program Overview (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

9:05 am    Connected Vehicle, Multi-Modal, and Multi-Source Data - Public Sector Initiatives and Perspectives (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

1. Washington State Initiatives and Perspectives (Bill Legg, State ITS Operations Engineer, Washington DOT)

2. Data Capture, Management, Reporting, and Use of Data (Michael Pack, Director of CATT Lab, University of Maryland)

3. Feedback on Public Sector Needs, Concerns and Opportunities for the DCM Program to Consider (Gene McHale, Team Leader, USDOT FHWA)

10:00 am  Break

10:15 am  Connected Vehicle, Multi-Modal and Multi-Source Data - Industry Initiatives and Perspectives (Matthew Burt, Technology Policy Analyst, USDOT Volpe Center)

1. Current Practices, Emerging Trends and Potential Implications With Using Connected Vehicle and Big Data (Matthew Burt, Technology Policy Analyst, USDOT Volpe Center)

2. Industry Perspectives on With Using Connected Vehicle and Other Sources of Multi-Modal Data (Panel Discussion)

Bob Moran, CEO and Founder, Weather Telematics

Jane Macfarlane, head of HERE Research, Nokia

11:15 am   Roles for the DCM Program (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

1. Potential DCM Program Roles in a Connected Vehicle and Multi-Modal Data World (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

2. Feedback on Possible Roles (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

12:15 am   Lunch

1:15 pm    What Should Be the DCM Program Vision For Using Connected Vehicle and Multi-Modal Data (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

1. DCM Program Vision and Future Direction (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

2. Review Charge for Breakout Groups

3. Breakout Groups Deliberations

4. Discussion on Results of Breakout Groups Deliberations

2:45 pm     Break

3:00 pm     Opportunities to Foster and Support Multi-Source, Multi-Modal Data for Connected Vehicles (Karl Wunderlich, Fellow, Transportation Analysis, Noblis)

1. Gaps, Obstacles and Possible DCM Research to Overcome Them (Karl Wunderlich, Fellow, Transportation Analysis, Noblis)

2. Review Charge for Breakout Groups

3. Breakout Group Deliberations

4. Discussion on Results of Breakout Groups Deliberations

4:45 pm     Review Workshop Results, Actions and Plan for Workshop II (Dale Thompson, Transportation Specialist, USDOT ITS-JPO)

5:00 pm     Adjourn

 
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