The ITS America Webinar Series is a chance for members to learn more about developments in the ITS industry and connect with other members on a range of topics. Registration is free. Once registered, participants receive an initial email with login instructions for all webinars within the series. We'll also email a reminder 48 hours prior to each webinar. A short Q&A session using a chat box feature will be included in each webinar. All webinars will be recorded and then archived within one week.
Upcoming webinars are listed below and recordings of previous webinars can be found in our webinar archives.
2015 ITS America Webinar Series Schedule
Preview of the 22nd ITS World Congress
When: Thursday, April 9 // 11:00 a.m. EDT
We'll get a preview of the 22nd ITS World Congress taking place October 5-9, 2015 in Bordeaux, France. Through the main theme "Towards Intelligent Mobility - Better Use of Space," the Bordeaux Congress will focus not only on how achieving intelligent mobility will change our lives but also on the benefits space can bring to ITS applications.
Technology Scan Webinar: IEEE on Sharing the 5.9ghz Band
When: Thursday, April 16 // 3:00 p.m. EDT
- Jim Lansford, CSR Technology, Inc
- Dr. John Kenney, Toyota
- Richard Bishop, Bishop Consulting
Technology Scan Webinar: Vehicle Applications and Wireless Interoperability - Heterogeneous Networks, "Multi-Path" Applications and their Impact on Transportation
When: Wednesday, April 22 // 2:00 p.m. EDT
- Adrian Guan, Senior Technical Programs Specialist, ITS America
- Steve Bayless, Senior Director, Telecommunications and Telematics, ITS America
This webinar is based on an ITS America report investigating how heterogeneous mobile broadband networks could enable interoperability between next generation vehicle and road infrastructure applications.
Two more technology scan webinars coming in May 2015!
Member Spotlight Webinar: GEWI on the TIC Connects Platform
When: June 11, 2015 // 2:00 p.m. EDT
- Hagen Geppert, CEO Worldwide, GEWI
- Jim O'Neil, CEO North America, GEWI
We live in a world of connected people and an increasing number of connected vehicles and new data and system types. The challenge is to create a software platform that provides the flexibility required to connect systems, vehicles and travelers. That is exactly what TIC is designed to do and how TIC is being used in over 125 public and private sector projects around the world.
Recordings of previous webinars can be found in our webinar archives.