ITS America Webinar Series

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. Upcoming webinars are listed on the schedule below and on the ITS Calendar. Previous webinars can be viewed in our webinar archives.

ITS America members can use the registration link below to sign-up for the webinar series at no additional cost. Not a member? Register for the series and we will contact you directly about membership for your organization and additional benefits to being a member of ITS America.


Once registered, you will receive an initial email with login instructions for all webinars. We'll also email a reminder 48 hours prior to each webinar.

There will be a short Q&A session at the end of every webinar using the chat box features of the webinar system. All webinars will be recorded and then archived within a week. 

Having trouble registering or have questions about the series? Contact Adam Hopps at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

ITS America Webinar Series Schedule

December 2014

Government Affairs Update: The Impact of the 2014 Midterm Elections on Transportation Policy

Wednesday, December 3 at 2pm ET

Speakers: Paul Feenstra, Senior VP of Government and External Affairs at ITS America and Quentin Kelly, Vice President of Legislative Affairs at ITS America

ITS America will dissect the election results and tee up what is shaping to be another exciting year in Washington, DC. From MAP-21 reauthorization and tax reform based funding scenarios to connected and autonomous vehicles, research funding and spectrum policy, these and other issues will be impacted by new committee leaders who will bring their own policy priorities to the debate, a shifting balance of power betwen the parties and branches of government, evolving political realities leading into a Presidential election cycle, and yet-to-be-determined governing dynamic which (to be "successful" will require at least a modicum of compromise.

Join us by registering here for free!

Technology Scan Webinar: Carnegie Mellon's Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) Resilience Management Model

Tuesday, December 9 at 1pm ET

Speaker: Dr. Nader Mehravari, Carnegie Mellon University

The CERT® Resilience Management Model (CERT®-RMM) is an innovative and transformative way to approach the challenge of managing operational resilience in complex, risk-evolving environments. It is the result of years of research into the ways that organizations manage the security and survivability of the assets that ensure mission success: people, information, technology, and facilities. It incorporates concepts from an established process improvement community to create a model that transcends mere practice implementation and compliance – one that can be used to mature an organization’s capabilities and improve predictability and success in sustaining operations whenever disruption occurs. The ability to manage operational resilience at a level that supports mission success is the focus of CERT-RMM. By improving operational resilience management processes, the organization in turn improves the mission assurance of high - value services. The success of high-value services in meeting their missions consistently over time and in particular when stressful conditions occur is vital to meeting organizational goals and objectives.

This webinar is open to the public. Please visit the US DOT sponsored Technology Scan Webinar Series website for more information.

Member Spotlight: Bridj - Your everyday transportation system that adapts to where you live, work, and play.

Wednesday, December 17 at 2pm ET

Speaker: Matt George, Founder and CEO of Bridj

Please register to receive webinar log-in information.

January 2015

Emergency Vehicle Operator On-Board Devices: Their Impact on Distraction, Safety and Performance (sponsored by the Transportation Safety Advancement Group)

Tuesday, January 6 at 2pm ET 

Speakers: Christine Yager and Tom Ferris, Texas A&M Transportation Institute

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute will explore the impact of on-board devices inside emergency response vehicles. While they cansupport emergency operations by facilitating easy access to necessary information, there is a potential downside to the introduction of these technologies in that they can endanger the professionals and other drivers on the road when driver choose (or are required) to interact with the technology while piloting the vehicle. This presentation will explore the technologies, required interactions and the theories of human information processing as it relates to these issues. 

Data Challenges in Transportation: A series of webinars highlighting 2014 World Congress Presentations 

Dates and speakers to be announced soon.

Please register to receive webinar log-in information.

February 2015

Technology Scan Webinar: Vehicle Applications and Wireless Interoperability - Heterogeneous Networks, "Multi-Path" Applications and their Impact on Transportation.

Thursday, February 19 

Speaker: Adrian Guan and Steve Bayless of ITS America

No need to register. This webinar is open to the public. Please visit the US DOT sponsored Technology Scan Webinar Series website for more information.

Data Challenges in Transportation: A series of webinars highlighting 2014 World Congress Presentations

Dates and speakers to be announced soon.

Please register to receive webinar log-in information.

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