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Join the ITS User Group in Raleigh for a half-day professional development.

COME SEE…WHAT NC IS DOING REGARDING CONNECTED AND AUTOMATED VEHICLES

August 1, 2017

ITRE, Room 2600, Centennial Campus
909 Capability Dr., Raleigh, NC 27606

Cost: $40

 

AGENDA

10:00A-10:25A
Registration

10:25A-10:30A
Welcome and Overview

10:30A-12:00P
NC Industry Perspective
Presenters: Dennis Jernigan (NCTA), Jeff Barghout (Robocist), Joe Hummer/Kevin Lacy (NCDOT)

USDOT awarded NCTA as one of ten proving grounds for testing CAV technology. Dennis will present on what these proving grounds consist of and what testing will potentially take place. Also, what about the military? Jeff B will present on the work he has been involved in and what the military looks to do in the future. Also, what about the state readiness. NCDOT, partnered with NCDMV, developed an action plan on moving forward with the development and implementation of CAV technology.

12:00P-1:00P
LUNCH – lunch will be provided

1:00P-2:30P
Academic Perspective
Presenters: Dr. John Kelly (NC A&T), Marshall Brain (Eco-PRT-NCSU), Michael Clamann (Duke)

NC A&T was one of 10 universities awarded a grant for the AutoDrive Challenge. Come hear what this entails and what the end goal of the 3-years will be. Also, Eco-PRT already has a vehicle developed; come learn about it and what the next steps are. Duke University has been involved in several research projects ranging from policy, economics, to human behavior with regard to CAV technology.