Tuesday, June 14, 2011
10:45 a.m. - 12 p.m. ET
Live from the Boston Marriott Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts
From the challenges of legacy systems to the uncertainties of implementing new technology
What happened to the days when it was sufficient to go to a manufacturer and order a radio system? Competition for the diminishing available spectrum has changed all that. Now we worry about network connectivity and interoperability and know more about the Federal Communications Commission processes than we ever imagined. This is in the context of existing systems and ongoing operations. This panel will offer a range of relevant subject matter based on current experience.
- Barry C. Einsig
chair, APTA Wireless Communications Subcommittee, chair, Transit Wireless Communications Joint Council, and market director, Harris Corporation, Washington, DC
Requirements for Mission Critical, Multi-Service Network Used in Public Transit Systems
- Frank Van Campenhout
segment development manager, OTN Systems NV, Herentals
- Tom Ceunen
sales director U.S., OTN Systems NV, Herndon, VA
The Joint Council on Transit Wireless Communications -- An Update
- Karl Witbeck
senior associate, Stantec Consulting Services Inc., Phoenix, AZ
Implementing Networking Devices in the Transit Environment
- Vernon Hartsock
deputy director, engineering, Maryland Transit Administration, Baltimore, MD
Examining the Telecommunications Infrastructure in Advanced Mass Transit Systems
- Warren S. Meyers
communications manager, SYSTRA Consulting, Inc./SYSTRA Engineering, Inc., New York, NY
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