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This session highlights a variety of current and potential data-driven applications focused on improving transportation safety and the benefits that they can provide.
- Understand how future cities can benefit from data applications that improve safety
- Appreciate how to apply Connected Vehicle and ITS solutions to improving safety
- Learn from a practical solution on how to improve safety using data today
Moderator: Abbas Mohaddes, President and Chief Operating Officer, Econolite
Presentation Titles & Speakers:
- “Getting ITS Devices Out of Their Sandboxes and Working Together”, Nathan Beauheim, P.E., PTOE. Civil Engineer II, City of Loveland, Loveland, Colorado
“The Increasing Trend in Pedestrian Fatalities: Understanding Where, When, and Why”, Brian Tefft, RSP1, Senior Researcher, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, Washington, District of Columbia and Lindsay Arnold, MPH, RSP1, Researcher, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, Washington, District of Columbia
“Pavement Friction Management: Linking Safety and Asset Management”, Ryland Potter, Director of Business Development, WDM USA Limited, Richmond, Virginia
“Utilizing Big Data for Safety Analysis in the City of the Future”, Nichole McCarty, AICP, Assistant to the Town Manager, Town of Gilbert, Arizona and Rae Stephani, EIT, Senior Engineering Designer, Y2K Engineering, LLC, Mesa, Arizona