Overview

June 25
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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As states and cities work to modernize their transportation systems, many of them are looking to implement an integrated transportation management system (ITMS), aggregating all intelligent transportation information into a single data hub. This provides a reliable and sustained means of monitoring roadways, tunnel networks, and facilities ensuring public safety on a 24-hour basis, and developing actionable insights that drive operations and city responses.

With billions of proposed dollars in federal infrastructure funding, state and local governments have an unprecedented opportunity to leverage data and analytics to transform their transportation networks, powering smarter, safer mobility for decades to come.

Join Government Technology and Microsoft on June 25th for an informative conversation on ITMS strategies and solutions.

Our panel of national experts will discuss:  

  • The critical ingredients for a successful integrated transportation management system
  • How a common data environment, advanced analytics and cloud-based platforms can transform transportation networks
  • What’s in various infrastructure spending proposals from Washington, and how to access and prioritize spending of federal dollars for data analytics
  • Cybersecurity strategies and best practices for safeguarding data in a unified hub

 

Speakers

 

Kirk Talbott

CIO of Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

 

Stephen Zoegall

Director, Consulting, Cities, Transport and Infrastructure, Accenture

 

Ben Hammel

Director of Strategy and Business Development – Transportation and Digital Identity, Microsoft

 

Bob Bennett, — Moderator

Sr, Fellow, Center for Digital Government