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Traffic Data Night is for anyone interested in how to analyze traffic data, what insights can be gained from traffic data, and where the future of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) is headed. All are welcome including students, data analysts, engineers, and scientists as well as urban planners, law enforcement, first-responders. Bring a friend!
First methods of traffic data collection and analysis will be presented. We will then hear how future policy Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) is headed and how it could be affected by data.
- Traffic Analysis
+ Various traffic data collection technologies
+ How engineers use data to retime signals
+ modeling, implementation, fine tuning
- Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
+ Current State of CAV policy
+ Where CAV is headed
+ How data can affect future CAV policy
* FREE FOOD * Beer available for purchase
About our Speakers
Lindsey Klein is the founder and President of Imperial Traffic & Data Collection based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. She is a graduate from the University of Delaware with 12 years of experience working as a Traffic Operations and Transportation Project Engineer.
Lindsey knows traffic. www.imperialtdc.com
Laurie Matkowski is national director of connected and automated vehicles for Gannett Fleming. She sits on three national CAV boards. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering from Clemson University. Laurie knows the future of CAV.
A special thank you to our sponsor ASRC Federal Mission Solutions for food and Double Nickel Brewing Company for a space to collaborate. ASRC Federal Mission Solutions develops and delivers innovative solutions critical to our Nation's security. ASRC Federal Mission Solutions is currently hiring. If you are interested in a career apply here: https://asrcfederal.jobs/jobs/?location=moorestown.