Connected Vehicles to Driverless Vehicles…The Future of Transportation. What Does it Mean to Me?

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This was the opening session of the ITE 2013 Annual Meeting and Exhibit in Boston, MA.

Technology has brought the future of transportation to our doorstep. This session was an opportunity for executives from government, elected leadership, and the automotive and data industries to discuss the implications of connected and driverless vehicles.

Opening Session Introduction
Shelley J. Row, President, Shelley Row Associates, LLC, Annapolis, MD, USA

Speaker Introductions – Learn the backgrounds of the plenary session speakers

Automated Driving: What Does it Mean to You?
Richard Bishop, President Bishop Consulting, Baltimore, MD, USA

What is the relationship between automated and connected vehicles?

ITS Communications Implications
Robert Denaro, former Vice President Advanced Driver Assistance Systems for Nokia/NAVTEK, Vice President of Business and Government Solutions for NAVTEK, Vice President Global Business Solutions for Rand McNally, Vice President for Telematics for Motorola, Chicago, IL, USA

How is the automotive industry reacting to the influx of apps?

Driverless in Texas: Why?
Michael J. Krusee, Former member of the Texas House of Representatives from 1992-2009; Chairman of the House Transportation Committee from 2003-2009; Transportation Chair of the National Conference of State Legislatures from 2003-2005; Appointee, National Surface Transportation Infrastructure Financing Commission, Austin, TX, USA

What role can agencies play to be more innovative?

Connected Vehicles: A Public Sector Perspective
Randell Iwasaki, Executive Director at Contra Costa Transportation Authority, former Director of Transportation for the California DOT, Contra Costa County, CA, USA



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