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Mobility Lab

1501 Wilson Blvd, Suite 1100 · Arlington, VA

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Lobby entrance is on Oak St; take elevator to 11th floor

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Walk Hack Night is a show & tell of projects, apps and data visualizations about pedestrians and the walking experience. Doors open at Mobility Lab ( at 6:00 with food and drinks, and the presentations start at 6:30. Thanks to WalkArlington ( for providing swag for our speakers and guests.

Our presenters are:

• James Graham ( will demo DDOT ('s VisionZero ( app.

• Stephanie Nguyen ( will demo the Landmark ( app for pedestrian-focused directions.

• Ted Eytan (, MD from Kaiser Permanente, will show how the KP Center for Total Health ( uses infrared sensors and visualization tools to model trail use and promote walking in NoMA.

• Chris Fricke ( will show how GISInc ( analyzes indoor traffic patterns.

• Fraser McLaughlin ( will describe Eco-Counter ( technologies being used to count pedestrians in Arlington and around the world, and discuss how data are organized and validated.

• Stanislav Parfenov ( will show us how Placemeter ( analyzes pedestrian movement across the urban landscape.

• Kotaro Hara ( will show how he uses Google Street View to make sidewalks more accessible.

Follow @techiesdc ( for "Transportation Techies" updates. Our hashtag is #walkhacknight ( Our speakers & sponsors are @mvs202 (, @mobilitylabteam (, @bmoregeo ( (@geometri_io (, @cartograham ( (@DDOTDC (, @nguyenist ( (@golandmark (, @tedeytan ( (@kptotalhealth (, @placemeter ( and @kotarohara_en ( (@umdcs ( Contact Michael ( if you have any questions.