Come and see Matthew Juckes and Laura Torres at stand 634 at this year’s ITS America at the McEnery Convention Center in San José CA. Both Matthew and Laura have worked extensively on the San Diego CA integrated corridor managment system on Interstate 15 – come and ask them more about simulation-based traffic management in real-time.
This year’s ITSA is centered around the following daily themes:
All “things” using, altering or creating new intelligent transportation systems technologies. The car, the bike, the bus, the metro, the trucks, the trains and even the drones + Connectivity + Interaction = Smart Cities.
All the “stuff” that the “wheels & things” interact with: the physical hardware – lights and poles, signs, medians, and loops. The network backbone. Wireline. Wireless 4G, 5G, DSRC, LTE, LTE-Direct. The “middleware” – the glue – of the intelligent transportation system. What will traffic management look like? What is scalable? What are the technical security issues? How will deep learning work create “ new” infrastructure?
What will the future ITS backend look like? Seamless payment systems, billing, customer relationship management, identity, network management. What are app developers thinking? What is happening in traditional insurance and financing? Public agencies taking on private ideas.
The McEnery Convention Center, San José, CA
SANDAG’s I-15 ICM system in California