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ITS Stakeholder Webinars

ITS Stakeholder Webinars

On behalf of the U.S. Department of Transportation, ITS America frequently delivers webinars to the ITS stakeholder community in order to inform interested parties of some of the current work that is being done in the industry. In particular these webinars focus on the work being done by the ITS Research program which is led by the ITS Joint Program Office (JPO). Most presentations relate directly to the Connected Vehicle Program, though other areas of interest are also addressed. If you would like more information about the U.S. DOT’s ITS Research Program, please vist: http://www.its.dot.gov/index.htm

For more information, please contact ITS America’s Carlos Alban calban@itsa.org.


Upcoming Webinars

"What's New in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Deployment" Webinar Series

ITS Deployment Tracking: 2016-2017 Survey Findings on Current Levels and Trends

Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:1:00 to 2:00 PM EST
Speakers: Marcia Pincus, Program Manager, ITS Deployment Evaluation, USDOT ITS JPO; Steve Gordon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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What are the deployment trends in surveillance and advanced detection technology? Does the adoption of adaptive traffic signals by arterial agencies still occur at a rapid pace? How are transportation agencies using social media to gather and distribute information on travel conditions and schedules? This webinar will answer some of the biggest questions regarding ITS deployment in the United States by focusing on key findings from the 2016-2017 survey and highlighting trends in ITS deployment.


ITS Deployment Tracking Survey: Connected Vehicle Technologies and Beyond

Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Time: 1:00 to 2:00 PM EST
Speakers: Marcia Pincus, Program Manager, ITS Deployment Evaluation, USDOT ITS JPO; Steve Gordon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Margaret Petrella and Lora Chajka-Cadin, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
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To what extent are agencies planning to deploy connected vehicle technologies? Which connected vehicle applications are they planning to deploy? What barriers are preventing agencies from considering these technologies? This webinar will present key findings on a new set of connected vehicle questions included in the 2016-2017 ITS Deployment Tracking Survey. This interactive session will also seek participant feedback on the types of advanced technologies and deployment information that future deployment tracking surveys should collect. The session aims to gather input on how we can make the survey more useful to users, including deployers, planners, researchers, and policy makers.


Updating the ITS Knowledge Resource Databases to Better Analyze, Plan, and Evaluate Your ITS Projects

Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Time: 1:00 to 2:00 PM EST
Speakers: Marcia Pincus, Program Manager, ITS Deployment Evaluation, USDOT ITS JPO; Liz Greer, Drennan Hicks, and Janet Fraser, Noblis
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How much does it cost to implement adaptive traffic control in an intersection or corridor? What are the benefits of this technology and what performance metrics can be used? Where has it been successfully implemented? This webinar will briefly show how to use data from the ITS costs, benefits, and lessons learned databases-located in the ITS Knowledge Resources Portal-to plan, justify, and evaluate your next ITS project. The interactive session will seek participant feedback on what content would be most valuable for planning and evaluating projects and how we can redesign this resource to meet user needs.How much does it cost to implement adaptive traffic control in an intersection or corridor? What are the benefits of this technology and what performance metrics can be used? Where has it been successfully implemented? This webinar will briefly show how to use data from the ITS costs, benefits, and lessons learned databases-located in the ITS Knowledge Resources Portal-to plan, justify, and evaluate your next ITS project. The interactive session will seek participant feedback on what content would be most valuable for planning and evaluating projects and how we can redesign this resource to meet user needs.