ICT Infrastructure Readiness for Smart Transportation

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Webinar Date/Time: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 1:00 PM (CT)

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Alignment of Technology, Applications/Solutions, and Business Models

The role of information and communications infrastructure is the key underpinning of making Smart Transportation a reality. Whether it is Intelligent Transportations Systems for traffic management, autonomous vehicle infrastructure for safety or curb management for efficiency of transportation, all of these evolving Smart Transportation initiatives rely upon critical industry (public and private) alignment and integration.

The deployment alignment of fiber and wireless technology and the integration with Smart Transportation applications must successfully fit the various business models of carriers, cities, states and technology providers to ensure solutions effectively come to market.

The webinar will highlight:

  • Smart Transportation Market Definition and Dynamics
  • Identification of Smart Transportation Applications/Solutions
  • Technology Components of Smart Transportation
    • Digital infrastructure needs.
    • Devices required for implementation.
    • Architecture of the components of a Smart Transportation Application/Solutions.
  • Rollout/Integration Interdependence and Responsibilities
    • Roles of the vehicles, cities/state DOTs, carriers, application/solution providers, equipment manufacturers.
  • Business Models
    • Who pays for deployment?
    • Monetization alternatives.
  • What’s keeping the market from deployment?
    • What’s missing?
    • What needs to happen for deployment success?

Webinar attendees will learn about the following aspects of Smart Transportation:

  • Market Definition
  • Identification of Applications/Solutions
  • Technology Components
  • Rollout/Integration Interdependence and Responsibilities
  • Business Models

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Presented by:

Paul Pishal, Black & VeatchPaul Pishal
Business Development Director, Telecom Division
Black & Veatch

Paul Pishal is a Business Development Director in the Telecom Division of Black & Veatch. Paul is responsible for business development, strategic partnerships and client engagements for the expanding markets of fiber and wireless networks for municipal and private broadband. His focus includes Public-Private Partnerships. Paul brings more than two decades of experience managing business development, product marketing and corporate strategy for technology companies in the telecommunications, electronics and business consulting industries. For more information, please email PishalP@bv.com or visit bv.com/connectedcommunities. Follow Black & Veatch on Twitter @BVSII.

Stuart Samberg, RK&KStuart Samberg
Senior Manager
Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP (RK&K)
Stuart Samberg has experience in a wide range of transportation projects for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), as well as other state and local governments. His experience includes all facets of transportation engineering from planning and analysis to design for roadways, highways, transit facilities, and bicycle and pedestrian access improvements. His experience includes all aspects of transportation planning and traffic engineering including traffic studies, signal design, signal timing optimization, corridor studies, traffic signing and marking plans, maintenance of traffic plans, street lighting, and intersection geometric improvements.


Black & Veatch is an employee-owned engineering, procurement, consulting and construction company with a more than 100-year track record of innovation in sustainable infrastructure. Since 1915, we have helped our clients improve the lives of people in over 100 countries by addressing the resilience and reliability of our world’s most important infrastructure assets. Our revenues in 2019 were US$3.7 billion. Follow us on www.bv.com and on social media.

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Since 1923, Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP (RK&K) has provided multidisciplinary planning, engineering, environmental, and construction phase services to both public and private sector clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Headquartered in Baltimore, MD, we offer responsive people and creative solutions to a variety of clients from 32 offices located in 11 states and Washington, DC. RK&K’s services for rural and urban areas, corridors, central business districts, and highway and railway projects have given us the experience necessary to become prequalified with multiple departments of transportation. Our services range from the transportation planning of major highways and intersections to traffic impact analyses, signal design, and corridor and parking studies.

 

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