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Upcoming Webinars of Interest
ITS America Webinars
Carnegie Mellon's Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) Resilience Management Model - December 9, 2014
CERT Resilience Management Model (CERT-RMM) is the most modern and comprehensive framework for managing operational resilience in a variety of organizations; small or large, simple or complex, public or private.
USDOT V2I Deployment Needs: State DOTs, MPOs, counties, cities, other municipal or regional agencies, Toll Authorities, and other interested stakeholder groups - December 15, 2014
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) is working with the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), to understand Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) system deployment needs, including application selection, infrastructure planning, as well as investment decisions that transportation agencies and operators can make to facilitate a transition into connected vehicle operations during the first five years of deployment. These analyses will inform USDOT's vision of how regional, state and local deployments can result in a national connected vehicle footprint and will allow AASHTO and others to develop tools that can assist implementers in prioritizing application and infrastructure deployments.
Emergency Vehicle Operator On-Board Devices: Their Impact on Distraction, Safety and Performance - January 6, 2015
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute will explore the impact of on-board devices inside emergency response vehicles. While they cansupport emergency operations by facilitating easy access to necessary information, there is a potential downside to the introduction of these technologies in that they can endanger the professionals and other drivers on the road when driver choose (or are required) to interact with the technology while piloting the vehicle. This presentation will explore the technologies, required interactions and the theories of human information processing as it relates to these issues.
Speakers: Christine Yager and Tom Ferris, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Consortium for ITS Training and Education Blended (instructor-led) Courses - FREE for U.S. local, state, regional, metropolitan, and Federal government agencies:
Road Weather Information Systems (RWIS) Equipment and Operations - 0.8CEUs October 24 - December 2, 2014
The goal of this course is to, not only discuss RWIS initiatives and considerations, but through workshops, exercises, and self-assessments, explore individual state and local deployment challenges which will leave participants with an action plan tailored for their specific needs.
Instructor: Leon Osborne , Professor of Atmospheric Science and Director of the Regional Weather Information Center, University of North Dakota