ITS Georgia President Mike Holt opening the 2017 Annual Meeting and Expo at the Hyatt Regency in Savannah. He reviewed the chapter's 20th anniversary year and looked back at the past 20 chapter annual meetings held around the state.
ITS American's Dan Ronan talked about what the organization is doing to advance ITS development and deployment at the national level.
More images from the opening session
Session One focused on new ITS technologies being deployed in Georgia and around the country from signal dilemma zones to smartphone apps that communicate with traffic signals and emergency vehicles.
GDOT's Sam Harris was our moderator.
In Session three, the focus was on connected vehicles and work underway across North America to tie vehicles to the infrastructure. We looked at industry perspectives to test sites in Canada and the U.S.
Keith Strickland of Stantec was the moderator.
Sessions Four brought together a panel of people implementing Smart Cities technology today and provided a glimpse of challenges and opportunities in the future affecting safety and connectivity.
Grant Waldrop of GDOT was the moderator.