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Train. Learn. Network. Grow.

Sessions

7:30 AM

Breakfast and Registration

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Registration is open. Have a bite to eat, plan out your day and connect with fellow attendees.

Meal, Break

WHERE
Main Tent
9:00 AM

Welcome

By Bill Malkes, CEO, GRIDSMART

9:00 AM - 9:15 AM

General

WHERE
Auditorium
9:15 AM

Be a Moment Maker (Keynote)

By Carlos Whittaker, Author, Speaker, Disruptor

9:15 AM - 10:45 AM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
11:00 AM

Cyber Preparation Panel

Panel

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Panel Details:
Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART
Bill Dean, Senior Manager, LBMC Information Security Services Division
Adrian Sanabria, Vice President of Strategy and Product Marketing at NopSec

Panel

WHERE
Auditorium
12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 - 12:45 PM

Meal, Break

WHERE
Main Tent
1:00 PM

Keynote

By Randy Iwasaki, Executive Director, Contra Costa Transportation Authority

1:00 - 1:50 PM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
2:00 PM

Training Best Practices - Panel

Panel

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Panel Details:
Carl Shaw, Senior VP, GRIDSMART, Moderator
Elaina Farnsworth, CEO, NEXT Education
Gil Pena, VDOT Traffic Signal Supervisor, Richmond District
Robby Downey, NABCO Electric Company

Panel

WHERE
Auditorium
3:00 PM

Building Your City Through ITS

Panel

3:00 - 3:50 PM

Participants discuss real-world transportation needs in their city and how they are solving today's
problems while positioning for tomorrow.

Panel Details:
Jeff Price, CTO, GRIDSMART, Moderator
Tim Deitz, Operations Manager, Lancaster Department of Transportation
Jim Dickinson, Principal Traffic Engineer, City of West Des Moines
Tom Grice, Electrical Crew Leader, City of Kamloops
Jody Carriere, Traffic Signal Engineer, Clark County, Washington

Panel

WHERE
Auditorium
4:00 PM

Keynote: More Than the Car: Preparing for the Future of All Transportation

By Catherine McCullough, Founder, Executive Director at Intelligent Car Coalition

4:00 - 4:50 PM

In 2012, Catherine saw that the diverse auto, tech and telecommunications industries would converge and transform transportation, and began talking about the societal benefits of autonomous and connected vehicles. She built the Intelligent Car Coalition and helped guide members through newly emerging regulatory territory. She created and executed strategies that helped shape the marketplace into one that welcomes life-saving innovations. Catherine will share her expertise on how cities prepare for CV, V2I and V2X needs.

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
7:00 PM

Dinner - RiverView Family Farm

7:00 - 9:30 PM

GRIDSMART Hall of Fame Award

Dinner

WHERE
RiverView Family Farm. For more information, visit: http://www.rvffarm.com/
7:45 AM

Breakfast and Registration

7:45 AM - 8:45 AM

Registration is open. Have a bite to eat, plan out your day and connect with fellow attendees.

Meal, Break

WHERE
Main Tent
9:00 AM

Welcome

9:00 AM - 9:15 AM

General

WHERE
Auditorium
9:15 AM

Keynote

By Kirk Steudle, Director, Michigan Department of Transportation

9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
10:30 AM

ITS is the Center of Rebuilding a City

By Drew Philp, Author of "A $500 house in Detroit"

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Meal

WHERE
Main Tent
1:00 PM

Keynote

By Shailen Bhatt, President & CEO, Intelligent Transportation Society of America

1:00 PM - 1:50 PM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
2:00 PM

Managing Extreme Variability in Traffic Flow Through ITS

Panel

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Participants discuss real-world transportation needs unique to college towns, urban environments
and tourist towns.

Panel Details:
Regina Hopper, GRIDSMART, Moderator
Eric Itzel, Sevierville, TN
David Filiatreau, PE, PTOE, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government
Joseph Lam, Independent Advisor on Intelligent Transport Systems
Fred Eshraghi, Traffic Engineer, City of Norwalk; President, ITS Connecticut

Panel

WHERE
Auditorium
3:00 PM

The Butterfly Effect

By Kevin M. Johnson, Traffic Signal Maintenance Supervisor, Traffic Operations
North Carolina Department of Transportation

3:00 - 3:30 PM

Have you ever heard of the butterfly effect? It’s the “Phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere. It originates from the notion that a butterfly fluttering in Rio de Janeiro could change the weather in Chicago.” Sometimes people start this process completely unaware of the amazing impact they had on someone else’s life. Kevin Johnson will share how sitting in the crowd at INTERSECT led them to him chasing his lifelong passion.

General

WHERE
Auditorium
3:30 PM

Rollout of NEXT ITS Workforce

By Elaina Farnsworth, CEO, NEXT Education

3:30 - 4:15 PM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
4:15 PM

Keynote

By Malcolm Dougherty, National Practice Lead-Transportation, Michael Baker International
Former Director of Caltrans

4:15 - 5:00 PM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
6:30 PM

Dinner - Maple Hall

6:30 - 9:30 PM

Maple Hall Bowling

Dinner

WHERE
Maple Hall. For more information, visit: http://maplehallknox.com/.
7:45 AM

Breakfast and Registration

7:45 - 8:45 AM

Registration is open. Have a bite to eat, plan out your day and connect with fellow attendees.

Meal, Break

WHERE
Main Tent
9:00 AM

Welcome

By Bill Malkes, CEO, GRIDSMART

9:00 - 9:15 AM

Welcome

General

WHERE
Auditorium
9:15 AM

Keynote

By Shannon Miller, 7-time Olympic Gold Medalist & Cancer Survivor

9:15 - 11:45 AM

Keynote

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
12:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 - 12:45 PM

Break, Meal

WHERE
Main Tent
1:00 PM

Keynote

By Gabrielle Bosche, Founder & President, The Millenial Solution

1:00 - 2:30 PM

Millennials are not pursuing leadership, climbing the ‘career ladder’ or managing their peers like their parents did. Why? Organizational leaders don’t think like Millennials. And Millennials don’t think like the men and women leading organizations. Organizations of every size that refuse to adjust to Millennials will lose out on America’s biggest opportunity.

Gabrielle will present on emerging generational trends, including the strategies to manage expectations of young employees, identify generational clash points, and engage each of the generations. In this interactive presentation, she will provide attendees practical skills to understand the science of Millennial motivation, techniques to bridge the generation gap and overcome
generational stereotypes, and proven best practices to retain Millennial employees.

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
2:30 PM

Keynote

By Catherine McGhee, Director of Research, Virginia Transportation Research Council

2:30 - 3:20 PM

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
3:30 PM

Updated SPaT Challenge Resources (Keynote)

By Patrick Son, P.E. Managing Director, National Operations Center of Excellence

3:30 - 4:00 PM

If you are involved or considering deploying Connected Vehicle equipment for the SPaT Challenge, this session will give attendees an overview of some of the latest resources that have become available and share their insights. The discussion will include the infrastructure system model concept of operations, system requirements and procurement resources, a general overview of the progress of the SPaT Challenge as well as the progress we expect to see in the next couple of years.

Keynote

WHERE
Auditorium
4:15 PM

Panel: Smart Cities

Panel

4:15 - 5:00 PM

Panel Details:
Jeff Price, CTO, GRIDSMART, Moderator
Derek Johnson, Senior Business Development Manager, EtherWAN
Alistair Gollop, International Perspective on Smart City Planning
Greg Dotson, P.E., Vice President / Engineer Manager, Neel-Schaffer, Inc.
David Mooso, Signals & Lighting Supervisor, City of Campbell, CA

Smart Cities mean different things to different people. Join the discussion as our panelist bring unique and diverse opinions to what they think you need to know about Smart Cities from how to involve the community in planning to what the backbone should be made of to how they do it across the pond.

Panel

WHERE
Auditorium
5:00 PM

Fireside with Bill

By Bill Malkes, CEO, GRIDSMART

5:00 - 5:30 PM

General

WHERE
Auditorium
6:30 PM

Dinner - Relix Variety Theatre for Casino Night

6:30 - 9:30 PM

Dinner

WHERE
Relix Variety Theatre. For more information, visit: https://www.relixvariety.com/.

Training Classes

Learn about all of the training opportunities at INTERSECT below. When you are ready, register for classes here.

11:00 AM

Introduction to Semaphore

By NEXT Education

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

This is a personal development course. The participant will be led through a high-level view of Intelligent Transportation Systems concepts and techniques as a means of developing a foundation for understanding and appreciating the importance of certification in career advancement in ITS. The class will include an overview of how to progress through the ITS Certification Process.

Training

WHERE
Tent
11:00 AM

Fiber vs. Ethernet: GRIDSMART R&D

By Nick Coffey, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

11:00 - 11:50 AM

Fiber vs. Ethernet: GRIDSMART R&D is an introduction to GRIDSMART’s fiber project. Nick will discuss GRIDSMART’s fiber projects – various test sites, purpose, results, and benefits.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
The Space
11:00 AM

Networking GS2

By John Isaac, Director of Software Engineering, GRIDSMART

11:00 - 11:50 AM

Your GS2 is an extremely powerful tool for everything from value added data analysis to situational awareness. To get the most out of your GS2, integration into your network is critical. Learn fundamentals, best practices, and lessons from the field in this course that will bring new perspectives for both the novice and experienced GS2 user. You will complete the course with an understanding of how to get the most out of the most powerful piece of equipment in the industry.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
1:00 PM

Introduction to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

1:00 - 1:50 PM

Introduction to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure will acquaint participants with the fundamentals of cybersecurity for infrastructure as Tony discusses TCP/IP protocols, navigation on the network, and how all the infrastructure impacts the entire city. Learn about areas of key concern, resources, and how to get started in growing your understanding of this significantly important emerging issue. This class is a prerequisite for Cyber Security Self-Assessment and Pentesting Compared and Contrasted to Passive Testing. Network professionals are not required to take this class to participate in the more advanced courses.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
1:00 PM

GRIDSMART Best Practices

By Rusty Russell, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

1:00 - 1:50 PM

In the GRIDSMART Best Practices course, students will participate in hands-on activities to review GRIDSMART installation best practices. A laptop computer is required.

Training

WHERE
Tent
2:00 PM

Growing Existing GRIDSMART Communities

By Lane Corum, Sales, GRIDSMART

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Lane Corum has been the GRIDSMART Sales Lion Award winner for 3 consecutive years. Join us as Lane walks through the importance of reading customers, messaging and follow up in successfully growing territories to their maximum potential.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 1
2:00 PM

Trouble Shooting Network Communications

By Steve Atkins, Northeast Signal

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Network communications drive efficiency in ITS. Steve will walk advanced users through real-world examples of pitfalls and common challenges while leading the class through a methodical protocol for troubleshooting network communication issues from the traffic cabinet to your TMC.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Tent
2:00 PM

Preventive Maintenance for Signal Operation

By Chris Robson, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

2:00 - 2:50 PM

A preventive maintenance program reduces the number of traffic signal failures and ensures the proper operation of traffic control devices. In Preventative Maintenance for Signal Operation, Chris will review common preventative maintenance strategies and provide a hands-on look at stressed and broken components.
Class limit: 4

Training

WHERE
The Space
3:00 PM

STREETSMART Setup

By Matt Greenoe, Director of Technical Services, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

To be announced.

Training

WHERE
Tent
3:00 PM

Intro to AWS

By Panagiotis Tzerefos, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

As the cloud becomes increasingly entrenched as a technology standard rather than a bleeding edge technology, making that leap or just knowing where to start with services and products can be daunting. In this presentation, we will go over some basics AWS (Amazon Web Service) offerings and how they can be used. We will focus on two major components of modern-day workflows: storage and computing.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 1
3:00 PM

How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns

By Pablo Torres, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

What do you do when you get a call at 2 a.m. because someone skipped the curb and plowed down the cabinet? How do you assess the damage? How do you safely return the intersection to operation? When is it acceptable to leave the site? In How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns, Pablo will walk you through the management of knockdowns.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
The Space
4:00 PM

Selling STREETSMART

By Justin Cox, Sr. Sales Manager, West Coast, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

STREETSMART is a game changer for delivering customer value and opening new markets. Not every intersection is ready for new detection, but all can benefit from travel time, origin destination and other valuable metrics. Justin Cox will teach you how to use STREETSMART to deliver even more value to your customers while creating future GRIDSMART leads.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 1
4:00 PM

Trouble Shooting the Traffic Cabinet

By Steve Atkins, Northeast Signal

4:00 - 4:50 PM

Traffic cabinets are getting more complex, so Steve will teach troubleshooting tricks and techniques that are applicable no matter what type of controller or detection system you have deployed.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Tent
4:00 PM

Cybersecurity Self-Assessments

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

Build on the fundamental understanding of Intro to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure to understand techniques, strategies, and resources you can leverage to perform self-assessments of your current environment to identify areas where you can enhance your security.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
8:00 AM

Cybersecurity Pentesting vs Passive Testing

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

Build on the fundamental understanding of Intro to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure to understand techniques, strategies, and resources to assess your current environment through non-volatile assessment techniques that are easy on your budget, but deliver strong value to your security posture.
Class Limit: 4

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
11:00 AM

Traffic Signals 101

By Sharoya Hall, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Traffic Signals 101 is an entry-level course for individuals new to the traffic industry or just seeking a refresher course. Participants will gain a basic understanding of traffic signal systems, control devices, various detection systems, signal timing, and preemption technologies.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Tent
11:00 AM

Networking GS2

By John Isaac, Director of Software Engineering, GRIDSMART

11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Your GS2 is an extremely powerful tool for everything from value-added data analysis to situational awareness. To get the most out of your GS2, integration into your network is critical. Learn fundamentals, best practices, and lessons from the field in this course that will bring new perspectives for both the novice and experienced GS2 user. You will complete the course with an understanding of how to get the most out of the most powerful piece of equipment in the industry.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
The Space
1:00 PM

GRIDSMART Best Practices

By Rusty Russell, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

1:00 PM - 1:50 PM

In the GRIDSMART Best Practices course, students will participate in hands-on activities to review GRIDSMART installation best practices. A laptop computer is required.

Training

WHERE
The Space
1:00 PM

Proper Grounding of the Traffic Cabinet & GRIDSMART System

By Tim Kinnon, Coastal Traffic

1:00 AM - 1:50 PM

The world is moving from analog to digital and new sources of noise, such as LED street lights, are everywhere. Be ahead of the game as Master Electrician Tim Kinnon walks participants through the step-by-step process for grounding both your traffic cabinet and the GRIDSMART system.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Tent
1:00 PM

How to Join the GRIDSMART Beta Testing Program

By John Isaac, Director of Software Engineering, GRIDSMART

1:00 AM - 1:50 PM

Do you like pushing boundaries while being an influence on the product? Join John to learn the process to become a GRIDSMART Beta Tester. As a Beta Tester, you will get early access to GRIDSMART technology, special incentives, and the opportunity to influence the most customer-friendly products in the industry. John will explain the process, the expectations, the benefits, and history of the GRIDSMART customer beta program. The class and the program are open to municipal customers exclusively.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
2:00 PM

Introduction to Total Quality Management & Continuous Improvement

By Ed Miles, Director of Leadership Development, GRIDSMART

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Ed consults for companies across the globe on quality management and continuous improvement. These topics are not just for Fortune 500 companies; join Ed as he provides a layman's overview for TQM with actionable items you can implement today to move your organization to a TQM Model.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
2:00 PM

Trouble Shooting Network Communications

By Steve Atkins, Northeast Signal

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Network communications drive efficiency in ITS. Steve will walk advanced users through real-world examples of pitfalls and common challenges while leading the class through a methodical protocol for troubleshooting network communication issues from the traffic cabinet to your TMC.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
The Space
2:00 PM

Preventive Maintenance for Signal Operation

By Chris Robson, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

2:00 - 2:50 PM

A preventive maintenance program reduces the number of traffic signal failures and ensures the proper operation of traffic control devices. In Preventative Maintenance for Signal Operation, Chris will review common preventative maintenance strategies and provide a hands-on look at stressed and broken components.
Class limit: 4

Training

WHERE
The Axe Room
3:00 PM

Introduction to Connected Vehicles

By Glen Konopaskie, The NEXT Education

3:00 - 3:50 PM

Overview of Connected Vehicles walks participants through the evolution and possible future of connected vehicles. It describes the profound changes being driven throughout the automotive industry by rapid advances in on-board processing power, wireless communications, and cloud analytics. In this one-hour session, participants will get an overview of major consortia and education in Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), and Vehicle-to-X (V2X) technologies.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
3:00 PM

Intro to AWS

By Panagiotis Tzerefos, Sr. Dev Ops Engineer, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

As the cloud becomes increasingly entrenched as a technology standard rather than a bleeding edge technology, making that leap or just knowing where to start with services and products can be daunting. In this presentation, we will go over some basics AWS (Amazon Web Service) offerings and how they can be used. We will focus on two major components of modern day workflows: storage and computing.

Training

WHERE
The Axe Room
3:00 PM

How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns

By Pablo Torres, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

What do you do when you get a call at 2 a.m. because someone skipped the curb and plowed down the cabinet? How do you assess the damage? How do you safely return the intersection to operation? When is it acceptable to leave the site? In How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns, Pablo will walk you through the management of knockdowns.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
The Space
4:00 PM

Growing Existing GRIDSMART Communities

By Lane Corum, Sales, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

Lane Corum has been the GRIDSMART Sales Lion Award winner for 3 consecutive years. Join us as Lane walks through the importance of reading customers, messaging and follow up in successfully growing territories to their maximum potential.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 2
4:00 PM

Cybersecurity Self-Assessments

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

Build on the fundamental understanding of Intro to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure to understand techniques, strategies, and resources you can leverage to perform self-assessments of your current environment to identify areas where you can enhance your security.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
4:00 PM

GRIDSMART Triage: From Freshdesk to the Field

By Randall Lowery, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

In GRIDSMART Triage: From Freshdesk to the Field, Randall walks you through various troubleshooting scenarios, where to find answers to common issues, and how to troubleshoot. Students will also cover basic controller and Processor settings that can affect detection operation.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
The Space
9:00 AM

Trouble Shooting Network Communications

By Steve Atkins, Northeast Signal

9:00 - 9:50 AM

Network communications drive efficiency in ITS. Steve will walk advanced users through real-world examples of pitfalls and common challenges while leading the class through a methodical protocol for troubleshooting network communication issues from the traffic cabinet to your TMC.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Tent
9:00 AM

GRIDSMART API

By Andrew Hall, Principal Software Engineer, GRIDSMART

9:00 - 9:50 AM

Advanced Session - Programming experience preferred
Take a deep dive into the GRIDSMART API and see some live demos using GRIDSMART’s Open Source Python library to pull real-time metrics from your intersections.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 2
11:00 AM

Preventive Maintenance for Signal Operation

By Chris Robson, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

11:00 - 11:50 AM

A preventive maintenance program reduces the number of traffic signal failures and ensures the proper operation of traffic control devices. In Preventative Maintenance for Signal Operation, Chris will review common preventative maintenance strategies and provide a hands-on look at stressed and broken components.
Class limit: 4

Training

WHERE
The Space
11:00 AM

Cybersecurity Self-Assessments

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

11:00 - 11:50 AM

Build on the fundamental understanding of Intro to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure to understand techniques, strategies, and resources you can leverage to perform self-assessments of your current environment to identify areas where you can enhance your security.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
1:00 PM

Fiber vs. Ethernet: GRIDSMART R&D

By Nick Coffey, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

1:00 - 1:50 PM

Fiber vs. Ethernet: GRIDSMART R&D is an introduction to GRIDSMART’s fiber project. Nick will discuss GRIDSMART’s fiber projects – various test sites, purpose, results, and benefits.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Tent
1:00 PM

Networking GS2

By John Isaac, Director of Software Engineering, GRIDSMART

1:00 - 1:50 PM

Your GS2 is an extremely powerful tool for everything from value-added data analysis to situational awareness. To get the most out of your GS2, integration into your network is critical. Learn fundamentals, best practices, and lessons from the field in this course that will bring new perspectives for both the novice and experienced GS2 user. You will complete the course with an understanding of how to get the most out of the most powerful piece of equipment in the industry.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
Training Room 2
1:00 PM

GRIDSMART Best Practices

By Rusty Russell, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

1:00 - 1:50 PM

In the GRIDSMART Best Practices course, students will participate in hands-on activities to review GRIDSMART installation best practices. A laptop computer is required.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
2:00 PM

Cybersecurity Pentesting vs Passive Testing

By Tony Rucci, Director, Information Security & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Build on the fundamental understanding of Intro to Cybersecurity for Infrastructure to understand techniques, strategies, and resources to assess your current environment through non-volatile assessment techniques that are easy on your budget, but deliver strong value to your security posture.
Class Limit: 4

Training

WHERE
Manhattan Project Building
2:00 PM

Trouble Shooting the Traffic Cabinet

By Steve Atkins, Northeast Signal

2:00 - 2:50 PM

Traffic cabinets are getting more complex, so Steve will teach troubleshooting tricks and techniques that are applicable no matter what type of controller or detection system you have deployed.
Class limit: 6

Training

WHERE
The Space
3:00 PM

GRIDSMART Software 101

By Andrew Hall, Principal Software Engineer, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

Whether you’re just getting acquainted with GRIDSMART or are a seasoned pro who needs a refresher in the basics, join Andrew Hall, Principal Software Engineer, for a primer on GRIDSMART’s key features. This session will cover many topics ranging from setting up your GRIDSMART Cloud account to full intersection configuration. Andrew will point out a few common mistakes we’ve seen over the years and answer those questions you might otherwise be too afraid to ask.

Training

WHERE
Training Room 3
3:00 PM

Introduction to Connected Vehicles

By Glen Konopaskie, NEXT Education

3:00 - 3:50 PM

Overview of Connected Vehicles walks participants through the evolution and possible future of connected vehicles. It describes the profound changes being driven throughout the automotive industry by rapid advances in on-board processing power, wireless communications, and cloud analytics. In this one-hour session, participants will get an overview of major consortia and education in Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), and Vehicle-to-X (V2X) technologies.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
Axe Room
3:00 PM

How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns

By Pablo Torres, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

3:00 - 3:50 PM

What do you do when you get a call at 2 a.m. because someone skipped the curb and plowed down the cabinet? How do you assess the damage? How do you safely return the intersection to operation? When is it acceptable to leave the site? In How to Safely and Efficiently Manage Knockdowns, Pablo will walk you through the management of knockdowns.
Class limit: 8

Training

WHERE
The Space
4:00 PM

GRIDSMART Triage: From Freshdesk to the Field

By Randall Lowery, Field Application Engineer, GRIDSMART

4:00 - 4:50 PM

Randall walks you through various troubleshooting scenarios, where to find answers to common issues, and how to troubleshoot. Students will also cover basic controller and Processor settings that can affect detection operation.

Training

WHERE
The Space

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