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2019 ASCE T&DI

Engineering Smart Mobility for the Smart City

How will society adapt to the engineering and development challenges facing the transportation needs of cities of today and the future? Join our peers and other leading planners, researchers, and policy makers as they discuss innovative and necessary solutions to these needs and how our cities must appropriately adapt.

Top Reasons to Attend

The conference will include four (4) plenary sessions and eight (8) concurrent tracks covering thought-provoking sessions on engineering smart mobility for the smart city.

Plenaries: 
Smart Data 
▪ Smart Energy ▪ Smart Mobility ▪ Smart Cities

Technical Sessions:
Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Impacts

▪ 2030:  A Look at the Future of CAVs  ▪ New Energy and CAVs ▪ Sensors, Big Data and Analytics for CAVs ▪ Information & Communications Technology for CAVs ▪ Financial, Legal, and Policy Issues for CAV ▪ DSRC vs. 5G: Pros and Cons for CAVs

Rail & Public Transit
▪ 2030:  A Look at the Future of Rail and Public Transit ▪ New Energy for Rail and Public Transit ▪ Big Data and Analytics for Rail and Public Transit ▪ Advanced Communications for Rail and Public Transit ▪ Financial and Legal Issues for Rail and Public Transit ▪ Emerging Civil Engineering Codes and Standards for Rail and Public Transit

Aviation Planning & Operations
▪  Planning Airport Terminals for the Future of Air Transport ▪ Airside Planning for the Future of Aviation ▪ Assignments for Incoming and Outgoing Flights ▪ Spaceports ▪ New Technology Impacts on Airport Planning and Operations ▪ Unmanned Aerial Systems

Challenges & Opportunities for Emerging Technologies
▪  Smart Cities - Insights from the U.S. DOT Smart City Challenge Finalists ▪ Data Sensing & Analytics ▪ Mobility as a Service (MaaS) ▪ Electric Vehicles (EV) ▪ Artificial Intelligence (AI) ▪ Unmanned Arial System (UAS)

Planning & Development
▪  Leveraging Existing Data to Build New Smart City Analytics - Public Sector's Perspective ▪ Leveraging Existing Data to Build New Smart City Analytics - Private Sector's Perspective ▪ Cybersecurity in the Age of Smart Mobility and Smart Cities ▪ Data and Analytics ▪ Optimizing MaaS opportunities with Smart Systems ▪ Other Planning Considerations

Infrastructure Systems
▪  Innovations in Computer-Aided Decision Support ▪ Integration of Electric Power and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Systems ▪ Automated Data Collection, Analytics and Asset Management Techniques ▪ EV Charging Infrastructure ▪ Freight Transportation Issues ▪ Experiences in the Developing World

Traffic Operations
▪  Traffic Operations - Public Sector's Perspective ▪ Innovation in Signalized Intersection Control ▪ Urban Streetscapes for Smart Mobility ▪ Advanced Traffic Control Systems and Devices ▪ Innovation in UAV Delivery ▪ Toward Safe and Efficient Freight Operation

Transportation Safety
▪  Safety Effects of Roadway Element & Traffic Control ▪ Crash Prediction and Assessment ▪ Big Data Collection and Analysis to Achieve Vision Zero ▪ Railroad Grade Crossing Safety ▪ Financial, Institutional and Legal Issues for Transportation Safety ▪ Research Related to Crash Problem Identification and Prevention

Other Top Reasons to Attend

  • Identify the needs and discover the best practices and lessons learned in engineering smart mobility for the smart city.
  • Network with other professionals in the areas of infrastructure planning, design, operation, and management.
  • Get up-to-date information about federal and state policies and initiatives that are shaping your profession.
  • Earn Professional Development Hours (PDHs).

Who Should Attend

  • Transportation and development practitioners and researchers
  • Innovators and technology leaders
  • Public infrastructure owners
  • Policymakers
  • Government engineers and planners
  • Operations managers
  • Leading academics and students
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