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May 30 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting - Columbia County Workshop
Join us May 30 in Evans, Georgia for a workshop on ITS deployments in East Georgia and South Carolina.
ITS Georgia is inviting interested participants throughout Georgia and South Carolina to attend our Technical Workshop on May 30th in Columbia County. Come hear workshops on the following topics:
Columbia County's ATMS, including Adaptive Traffic Control and a County-wide fiber communications network
Transportation Investment Act ITS projects overview of the Central Savannah River Region
South Carolina's statewide communications network
ITS networking benefits, including live video demonstrations
ITS construction issues
ITS operations/maintenance considerations
The program will provide the following benefits for ITS Georgia members and guests:
Tour of Columbia County's Traffic Management Center
Plenty of networking time with your friends and colleagues!
June 27 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
July 25 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
August 29 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
September 15 - 17 Annual Meeting and Exhibitions
October 31 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
January 31 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting - Michael Roberson, GDOT
Help us kick off 2013 and meet your new chapter board members: Michael Roberson, GDOT; Winter Horbal, Temple, Inc.; David Smith, DeKalb County Transportation; and, Prasoon Sinha, ARCADIS.
Come hear about Georgia DOT’s new video wall! GDOT has recently completed the upgrade of their Transportation Management Center operations room video wall with a software based Activu video wall controller and new projection cubes.
GDOT has been leading the nation with Intelligent Transportation System deployments since the completion of its TMC prior to the Centennial Olympic Games. Since 1996, Georgia has seen considerable new businesses and population growth in the state with strong accompanying demand for residential and commercial development that has considerably increased traffic density and demands on its transportation infrastructure. In response, GDOT recently selected Activu to upgrade its Video Wall.
GDOT wanted this project completed in record time to meet a mission-critical deadline. Activu, with invaluable assistance from Georgia Department of Transportation, Delcan and Mitsubishi were able to successfully revamp GDOT’s TMC by providing a highly reliable display array consisting of nine (3×3) 80" LED illuminated displays and Activu’s network-based intelligent visualization and collaboration solution, resulting in a highly sophisticated command and control center..
Michael Roberson, GDOT’s TMC Manager, will co-present with Activu to discuss the project’s implementation and benefits, as well as technical aspects of this software based video wall controller.
February 20 Legislative Reception, featuring Gov. Nathan Deal
The Intelligent Transportation Society of Georgia
Georgia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers
Would be honored by your presence at the
2013 Legislative Appreciation Reception with
Governor Nathan Deal
Georgia Transportation Board Chairman
Georgia Transportation Board Vice Chairman
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Georgia Railroad Freight Depot, Blue Room
Governor Deal will deliver his remarks promptly at 5:30 pm
February 28 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
Buckhead CID has partnered with MetroTech to digitize their key intersections by leveraging existing cameras to aid traffic police, gather real-time traffic information and inform long term infrastructure investment planning. Since deploying the initial 4 IntelliSections, MetroTech has accurately counted over 10 million trips through those intersections.
Buckhead CID and MetroTech will share their aggregated data sets and discuss the next phase of mobile data and an API.
400 Northpark Town Center, Third Floor
1000 ABERNATHY RD.
Atlanta, GA 30328
March 28 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
Connected Vehicle technologies have long been identified as having the potential to significantly improve motor vehicle safety.
While much of the connected vehicle concept can be deployed with vehicle-to-vehicle technologies, roadside infrastructure will play an important role in realizing the full benefits of connected vehicles. This infrastructure will require a new level of wireless engineering and networking at the state, county and local agency level, along with a communications infrastructure to support these RSE networks.
Scott Shogan, P.E., PTOE, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Detroit will introduce the connected vehicle concept and Safety Pilot program, and will offer lessons learned to practitioners related to deploying connected vehicle infrastructure. In addition, the presentation will offer suggestions for how agencies, consultants and suppliers can best prepare for the potential of a full connected vehicle deployment.
April 25 ITS Georgia Chapter Meeting
Bill Andrews and Bob Carter will present the City of Sandy Springs' experience with using commercial off-the-shelf network equipment, video management software, IP cameras and wireless mesh technologies in a joint traffic management/public safety deployment.
Come network and learn.