The Role of ITS in the Response to the I-85 Collapse
Following the fire and collapse of a section of I-85 in north Atlanta, ITS played a crutial role in helping provide mobility options for commuters. One of those tools was CommuteATL. Rob Hathcock with Esri will be sharing about how their team responded to the I-85 bridge collapse and what tools were provided to help Atlanta commuters navigate the city through CommuteATL.
Join us for the ITS Georgia TOPGOLF social this June 9 from 3pm to 6pm for some golf swings, spicy wings, and frosty beverage things! Top Golf is a no-experience-necessary golfing experience turned into a target-practice game. Golf balls are micro chipped, and scores are tracked based on how close balls land to targets. ITS Georgia will be renting bays for registrants to socialize, hit a few rounds, and enjoy some food and drinks! No golf experience is necessary. Golf Clubs are provided by the venue. Just come ready to have some fun! $5.00 advance registration fee.
Join us April 26 to hear the latest developments of the role of ITS in the Internet of Things. ITS was an early use of connected devices now there are connected refrigerators, light bulbs and connected vehicles.
The April meeting was a great success! Prof. Osvaldo Cleger gave us a presentation about eBiking in the context of Smart Cities and overall provided a different perspective for us in the engineering field who are pursuing autonomous and connected vehicles.
We had 16 attendees at the meeting and students tried the bike on campus, which brought a lot of fun to our meeting.
[email protected] student chapter’s second meeting will be onMarch 27th 4:00pm, Monday
Mason 2117 (790 Atlantic Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30313)
Topic: ITS technology and equipment——Radar and Sensor
[email protected] student chapter held our second meeting and the meeting is awesome, getting all the participants involved in the discussion of ITS technologies. All the students were concentrated on the speakers and shared thoughts with others. Thanks for introducing Jan to be our speaker, and he is really kind and thanks Jim, thank you for answering all the students’ questions and providing insights for us!!!
Join the [email protected] Chapter for a session on the challenges presented in managing Big Data in transportation and it’s impact on intelligent transportation systems. Dr. Angshuman Guin of Georgia Tech will lead the discussion.
The meeting will be at 4:00 p.m., February 27, 2017 Room 122 O. Lamar Allen Sustainable Education Building 788 Atlantic Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30332 For registration, students can mail to [email protected] and they will receive invitations to join the student portal.
Join us February 22 when we’ll explore the use of drones in traffic operations and incident management. “Unmanned Aircraft Policies and Applications for ITS” will be presented by Said El Said, P.E., Manager of ITS for Tennessee Department of Transportation.
WHAT: Brewery tasting and tour (optional). $12 gets you a tour with a souvenir pint glass and 6-6oz samples
WHERE: Monday Night Brewing: 670 Trabert Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Other Details: Brewery has outdoor space with a fire place, corn hole, and other entertainment (dogs welcome!). Indoor space has shuffleboard and more entertainment! Food trucks frequent the venue, but are not guaranteed to be there. Guests responsible for own tasting fees.
Now Pouring: Nerd Alert, Fu ManBrew, Eyepatch ale, Drafty Kilt, Slap Fight, Tie 5 On, Blind Pirate, Super Nerd, Dad Bod, Drafty Kilt Nitro, Ginger Soda
Please drink responsibly. Uber, Lyft, or other ride sharing services are recommended for anyone who may participate in the beer tastings.
Contacts: Whitney Nottage (407-506-2565) or Rachel Cohen (770-329-6915)
February 2 ITS Georgia Social – Brewery Tour and Tasting
Join us January 25 at the Georgia Tech Academy of Medicine in Midtown as we kick off our 20th anniversary year. We’ll hear from our Shackelford Scholarship winners and look ahead at the many exciting events planned for 2017.
It’s going to be a great year for ITS Georgia and ITS in Georgia.
ITS Scholarship Committee Chair Keary Lord, Scholarship WInner Anirban Chatterjee and ITS Georgia President Mike Holt