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2020

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Lectern Session 1515

Developing an Innovative and Transformational Strategy for the Connected Truck Extended Ecosystem

Tuesday, January 14, 2020      1:30 PM- 3:15 PM
Convention Center, 144B
Lectern
John Barton, HNTB Corporation,
Eugene Conti, The Conti Group LLC
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Freight Transportation Data (Changed to AED70 on 4/15/2020) (ABJ90)
Standing Committee on Performance Management (Changed to AJE20 on 4/15/2020) (ABC30)
Standing Committee on Statewide Transportation Data and Information Systems (Merged with ABJ10 to form Standing Committee on Statewide/National Transportation Data and Information Systems, AED10, on 4/15/2020) (ABJ20)
Standing Committee on Highway Traffic Monitoring (Changed to ACP70 on 4/14/2020) (ABJ35)
Standing Committee on Information Systems and Technology (Changed to AED30 on 4/15/2020) (ABJ50)
Standing Committee on Truck and Bus Safety (Changed to ACS60 on 4/15/2020) (ANB70)
Standing Committee on Freight Transportation Planning and Logistics (AT015)
Joint Subcommittee on Truck Size and Weight (with AR000 and AF000) (AT060(1))
Standing Committee on Trucking Industry Research (AT060)

The session will provide thought leadership and discuss a collaborative and strategic partnership of best-in-class transportation connected vehicle subject matter experts, researchers, and DOT and port executives to drive development of a freight operation network that connects trucks/freight with DOTs…from point of origin to destination… via an integrated placemat of end-to-end solutions. The discussion will include an integrated V2X approach for sharing data with connected commercial vehicles that will deliver multi-modal information at the granular level to tell the full story. Key areas of focus for Connected Truck Ecosystem are built around key performance indicators of safety, mobility, efficiency and reliability.



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Title Presentation Number
A State DOT Perspective
Gregory Byres, Arizona Department of Transportation
P20-20615
A Port Authority Perspective
Edward McCarthy, Georgia Ports Authority
P20-20650
Trucking Industry Research Perspective
Daniel Murray, American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI)
View Presentation
P20-20523
University Research Perspective
Allan Rutter, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
P20-20524
Technology Perspective
Keith Wine, Intelligent Imaging Systems, Inc./ Drivewyze (Meritage Point Consulting, LLP)
P20-20525