Smart technology has undergone something of a revolution in recent years. The internet-of-things changeover has already come to influence countless aspects of American life, affecting food consumption, health, travel, and the workplace – and it hasn’t even really started yet.
With so many changes on the horizon, one of the areas that is seeing the greatest transition is transportation. Virtually every form of regular transportation – automobiles, buses, trains, subway systems, and airplanes – have all implemented some form of automated technology.
Over the course of the summit, your discussions about the current and future state of smart mobility technology in cities will include:
- Learning about the extensive research and development efforts taking place within the nation’s cities, and how these initiatives are substantially improving the quality of life of city-dwellers.
- Debating such topics as: the identification of user-centered mobility services; the implementation of integrated and intelligence transport networks that will sense demand and monitor the health of physical assets; and the institution of cognitive technology that will benefit automation and safety;
- Connecting with various vendors from around the country;
- Networking with a variety of public- and private-sector figures to compare best practices;
- Exploring the latest in smart technology, IT solutions, and acquisition approaches that will further city and state digitization efforts;
- Discussing the next steps in the adoption of smart technologies by American metropolitan areas – how can these technologies be integrated while also observing safety and automation requirements?
Join us at this timely event to review recent initiatives and successes in cities that use smart mobility technology and discuss what steps can be taken to deliver safe and efficient transportation services to travelers.
Why this is a not-to-be-missed event:
Learn about the extensive research and development efforts taking place within the nation’s cities, and how these initiatives are substantially improving the quality of life of city-dwellers.
Network with a variety of public- and private-sector figures to compare best practices on a range of subjects.
Topics will include: identifying user-centered mobility services; implementing integrated and intelligence transport networks that will sense demand and monitor the health of physical assets; instituting and ensuring that the increasing introduction of cognitive technology will benefit automation and safety;
Explore the latest in smart technology, IT solutions, and acquisition approaches that will further city and state digitization efforts;
Connecting with various vendors from around the country;
Discuss the next steps in the adoption of smart technologies by American metropolitan areas – how can these technologies be integrated while also observing safety and automation requirements?
Berylls Strategy Advisors
Co-Chair, Mayor's Autonomous Vehicle Task Force
City of Beverly Hills
Chief Information Officer
City of Kansas City
Professor of Operations Research & Financial Engineering
Director of Strategy and Innovation
Texas Department of Transportation
Chief Engineer & Assistant Director
Ohio Department of Transportation
Utah Office of Energy Development
Director of Strategy and Innovation
Houston Department of Public Works and Engineering
Deputy Streets Commissioner for Transportation
Philadelphia Streets Department
Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)
City of San Francisco
Transport Research and Evaluation Manager
Institute for Transportation & Development Policy
Florida Department of Transportation
Who should attend?
Government and transport authorities to showcase and update the sector on their plans and initiatives so that you can hear about the successes and focus on the upcoming priorities and needs to achieve their challenging Smart Mobility KPIs
Consultants and contractors to share their knowledge and experience, learn about new trends and technologies and network with the sectors key stakeholders
Private smart mobility initiatives to explore their role in the wider picture of smart mobility and demonstrate the opportunity this developing sector represents for innovative private initiatives to enable wider smart mobility within the transport network
Solution providers to display how they can help the industry achieve their goals through employment of the most innovative and effective technologies on the market
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