Thank you This live web event has ended. Thank you for attending. Contributors Kris Milster Kris has over 7 years of public agency, private sector, and academic experience in the transportation industry, all of which in the Intelligent Transportation Systems, Traffic Engineering, and Transportation Planning sectors. As a 4-year employee with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), he has contributed to a number of advanced ITS implementations, including adaptive traffic signal control, ITS smartphone application development, and weather-responsive systems. Chris has been a part of statewide and national task teams, developing technical guidance and best practices for ITS project implementation. Steve Kuciemba Steve Kuciemba has almost 30 years of executive leadership experience in the intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and transportation fields in both the public and private sectors. He helps coordinate ITS projects and resources for a wide variety of clients and disciplines, while also continuing to lend his state-of-the-practice expertise to project work. Steve's ITS background spans a variety of technical and policy program areas, including infrastructure-related ITS deployment; connected and automated vehicle systems development; coordination of incident management and transportation management centers; travel information business models; and legislative outreach activities. He was recently appointed to chair the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ newly launched Connected Vehicle/Automated Vehicle Steering Committee. Blaine Leonard Blaine is the Research Program Manager for the Utah Department of Transportation. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Geotechnical Engineering from the University of Utah. Blaine served as ASCE President in 2009-2010. Blaine is a founding Diplomate in the Academy of Geo-Professionals and holds a P.E. license in addition to his Diplomate, Geotechnical Engineering (D.GE) credential. Blaine is President-Elect of the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Geo-Professionals. Mike Schagrin Mike started SCI after working for the US Department of Transportation for over 20 years, since the inception of Intelligent Transportation Systems. As the Program Manager for Connected Vehicle Safety & Road Vehicle Automation, he led the creation and execution of programs that are cornerstones to the success of today's US DOT ITS research program. Mike is also a recognized expert and leader in ITS internationally, previously as the US Head of Delegation to ISO TC 204 and more recently, as the co-chair for the EU/US Collaboration Task Force on ITS Cooperative Systems and Co-chair for the EU/US/Japan Working Group on ITS Road Vehicle Automation.