One of the most important events in any intelligent transportation enthusiast's calendar is ITS America's Annual Meeting, which this year is being held at the Cobo Center in downtown Detroit, Michigan.
As ever, the ITS America Annual Meeting attracts global leaders in intelligent and transformative transportation, who will be showcasing and evaluating the latest innovative concepts, active prototypes and live systems all week.
Iteris will be liveblogging the event, including our live demonstrations of connected vehicle V2X technology with Siemens, over the next four days, so keep checking back here for updates:
Thursday, June 7th
Thank you to everyone who stopped by the Iteris booth this week. The future of mobility is in good hands.
Glenn Havinoviski, Kevin Barron and Anita Vandervalk-Ostrander are all prepped and ready for their scheduled sessions today at ITS Detroit 2018.
Wednesday, June 6th
Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley joined the Iteris and Siemens teams for a live demonstration of pedestrian detection in a vehicle-to-infrastructure application.
The SmartCycle Bike Indicator is causing a stir at ITS Detroit 2018. Stop by Booth 229 for a closer look.
Tuesday, June 5th
The Iteris and Siemens connected vehicle demonstration is underway. Save your seat here.
This week's pedestrian safety V2X demonstration will take place on Atwater, just over the road from the Cobo Center. There are still a few spots left so please register here if you haven't already: iteris.com/CVdemo.
The Iteris speaker schedule is now posted up on the conference hall floor. Make sure to download the official #ITSDetroit2018 app for a constantly updated schedule.
Iteris' Clifford Heise explains the value of the Iteris-prepared Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation (ARC-IT) in a morning session.
Tom Lusco reviews the state of engineering tools suitable for ITS deployment.
Images via Smart & Resilient Cities
Our very own Adam Lyons features in today's issue of ITS International's Daily News. Adam is behind the wheel of the Iteris and Siemens pedestrian safety detection demonstration vehicle.
It's Day 2 of #ITSDetroit2018 and the Iteris team is up and at 'em, ready for another round of sessions. There are still a few spots left for our V2X pedestrian safety demonstration, so please register here if you haven't already: iteris.com/CVdemo.
Monday, June 4th
The Iteris and Siemens teams are busy testing the technology used in this week's connected vehicle demonstration. If you're in Detroit this week and haven't signed up yet, please register here: iteris.com/CVdemo.
The 2018 Annual Meeting App is now available for download. The conference app houses the full program and sessions, including on-site updates and changes, exhibitor lists, customized and personalized schedule building, social networking, and more. Updates will be added live during the event.
Ray Murphy of the U.S. Department of Transportation leads the discussion on Preparing for Connected Vehicle Deployment, including the Iteris-prepared Architecture Reference for Cooperative and Intelligent Transportation.
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