Live Webcast Conference Session from
APTA's 2010 Bus & Paratransit Conference & International Bus Roadeo
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
2:15 - 3:45 PM Eastern Time (North America)
Live from the Cleveland Marriott Downtown Hotel, Cleveland, OH
No longer can we look at these former independent technologies in the transit environment as separate entities.
A quick look at the agenda from a recent APTA TransITech conference will convince you that the dividing line between former IT systems and emerging ITS systems is gone. Managing these increasingly complex interfaces is a growing challenge. There’s much to be gained and much to be done.
This live webcast provides the opportunity to hear solutions and lessons on how successfully merging complex interfaces can benefit you.
See and hear industry experts as they address the issues of this important topic. See their presentations. Hear what on-site audience members are asking. Submit your questions to our panel via a designated email address. Hear what they have to say about your questions.
Closed captioning services will be provided.
Who Should Attend
This live video–and-audio stream webcast is ideally intended for members of the information technology (IT) community and especially those with interest in Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
We also encourage leaders in the transportation industry, including technology experts and industry professionals from the consulting and contracting industries with interest in this topic who are unable to attend the conference session in person. Take full advantage of the session via the internet.
Webcast of the session sponsored by AST Corporation and Oracle
Ralph J. Menzano, chair, APTA Information Technology Committee, and transportation industry director, Oracle USA, Lafayette, PA
Meet our presenters! Learn from and dialogue with leading industry experts
- Advanced Technology as Strategic Resource for Transit: Current Developments, Emerging Opportunities
Brendon Hemily, Ph.D., public transportation consultant, ITS America, Washington, DC
- Increasing Fleet Productivity and Efficiency through New Technologies
Trevor Wilson, product manager, Trapeze Group, Mississauga, ON
Craig Gosslin, system manager, Transit Authority of River City, Louisville, KY
- Standards as the Bridge Between Information Technology and Intelligent Transportation Systems
John Fayos, president, Critical Link, Syracuse, NY
Fees & Registration
$ 195.00 APTA member
$ 295.00 Non-Member
Registration fees for this event are per connection
PLEASE NOTE: Each Registration Fee Is for One Computer Log-On. You may have many individuals viewing the webcast from just one computer. You must order additional registrations for each additional computer you want to log into the webcast.
APTA encourages you to fill your conference room and invite your staff, colleagues and stakeholders to learn, engage, and share questions & answers with leading industry experts on this timely topic!
To participate in the web portion of this event, you must have the followin
For more information on this webcast, please contact:
APTA's Director - Educational Services