Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) researchers will join 2,000 colleagues in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, beginning May 31 for the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America) Annual Meeting.
Entitled Bridges to Innovation, the four-day 25th Annual Meeting and Expo is designed for researchers and engineers, business leaders, policy makers, elected officials and public sector participants to learn more about the expanding role of ITS in the nation’s transportation system. The meeting will feature 250 presentations and include panel discussions and demonstrations of the latest transportation innovations. Keynote speakers are Chris Urmson, Google’s Self-Driving Car program director, and Corey Owens, Uber Technologies Global Public Policy head.
TTI participants include:
- Ginger Goodin, director of TTI’s Transportation Policy Research Center, is among the speakers at the session, Getting Ready for Automated and Connected Vehicles: What Should States Do?
- Mike Lukuc, manager for TTI’s Connected and Automated Vehicles Program, will moderate the session Getting Ready for Automated and Connected Vehicles: What Should States Do?
- Mohammad Poorsartep, project manager for TTI’s Connected Transportation Initiative, will speak at a session called Designing Safe, Useful, and Trustworthy Automated Vehicles.
- Tony Voigt, program manager of TTI’s Houston Research and Implementation office will speak in the session, Signal System Operations and Control Technologies.
The ITS Annual Meeting will be held at the Lawrence Convention Center and ends June 3. | More about the ITS America Annual Meeting.