June 24


Cities are betting big on buses. Urban and suburban centers across the country are investing in new buses, bus routes, and bus lanes to provide safe and reliable public transportation, spur new economic development and reduce traffic congestion as the pandemic recedes and Americans return to work. Buses play a vital role in cities’ goals to reduce carbon emissions, and they’re a big part of Vision Zero programs to eliminate pedestrian traffic deaths.

A successful bus system requires proper enforcement. Cities must monitor illegal parking to ensure bus lanes stay clear for timely transit and safer streets.

Smart computer vision technology leverages automated intelligence to identify and issue citations for illegally parked cars.

To learn how smart tech is already transforming cities’ approach to bus transit, join us June 24 at 11 PT/2 ET. In this complimentary 30-minute discussion, our virtual panel of industry experts will discuss this technology and the key role it plays in the next generation of urban infrastructure investments.


Chris Carson

Chris Carson

CEO and Founder, Hayden AI

Chris Carson is a global strategy, innovation, venture development expert, and thought-leader for disruptive and digital innovation. Chris cultivated his expertise over 20 years, working in various operations and engineering roles with technology-driven multinationals, startups, and consultancies. Chris has a strong technical background in artificial intelligence, computer vision, and Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM), as well as a decade of experience in leading globally distributed engineering teams and turning innovation into material business impact. Chris is specialized in digital transformation, product development, artificial intelligence, computer vision, robotics, and autonomy.

Vaibhav Ghadiok

Vaibhav Ghadiok

VP of Engineering and Co-Founder, Hayden AI

Vaibhav Ghadiok is an engineering leader with a track record of productizing robotics technology. He has over a decade of experience in sensing, perception, state estimation (localization/mapping/navigation), and control of autonomous UAVs and mobile robots. Currently, he leads engineering at Hayden AI and has architected the first autonomous traffic management platform to make our cities more efficient, equitable, and sustainable. At Nauto, he conceptualized, spearheaded and delivered a real-time collaborative HD mapping system for highly automated driving to one of the largest automotive OEMs in the world. A decade ago he designed one of the first visually-guided autonomous drones demonstrating the first instance of autonomous aerial manipulation in the world. He has built robots that fly, climb stairs, interact with humans, dock with spacecraft, autonomously navigate indoors and more. Vaibhav has published and served as a referee for top journals and conferences in robotics, controls and navigation.

Dustin Haisler

Dustin Haisler — Moderator

Chief Innovation Officer, e.Republic, Inc.

Dustin Haisler is the Chief Innovation Officer of Government Technology's parent company e.Republic. Previously the finance director and later CIO for Manor, Texas, a small city outside Austin, Haisler quickly built a track record and reputation as an early innovator in civic tech. As Chief Innovation Officer, Haisler has a strategic role to help shape the company’s products, services and future direction. Primarily, he leads e.Republic Labs, a market connector created as an ecosystem to educate, accelerate and ultimately scale technology innovation within the public sector.