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.
Smart Data ▪ Smart Energy ▪ Smart Mobility ▪ Smart Cities
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
▪ 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 - 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
▪ 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
- Government engineers and planners
- Operations managers
- Leading academics and students