T3 Webinar Overview

National ITS Architecture Update: New Features of the Latest Version of the National ITS Architecture (Version 6.0)

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Date:   August 23, 2007
Time:  1:00 PM – 2:30 PM ET
Cost:  All T3 webinars are free of charge
PDH:  1.5   View PDH Policy

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Description

The Architecture provides a common framework for planning, defining, and integrating intelligent transportation systems. It is a mature product that reflects the contributions of a broad cross-section of the ITS community (transportation practitioners, systems engineers, system developers, technology specialists, consultants, etc.). The National Architecture is required on ITS projects receiving funding in whole or in part from the Highway Trust Fund, including the Mass Transit Account.

This T3 will focus on new features found in Version 6.0 of the National ITS Architecture and the new Version 4.0 of the Turbo Architecture Software. This T3 Webinar is not an overview of the National ITS Architecture but will address some history and background. All transportation professionals are welcomed to attend but participants familiar with the National ITS Architecture will benefit most from the content being presented.

Resources for the use of the ITS Architecture will be discussed. Visit the FHWA Office of Operations for ITS Architecture Implementation Program at http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/its_arch_imp/index.htm for a list of resources for new and experienced users of the National ITS Architecture.

Target Audience

Anyone involved in planning, implementation, and operation of ITS systems, including Federal, State, and local transportation professionals, Metropolitan Planning Office staff, systems engineers, system developers, technology specialists, and consultants.

Learning Objectives

  • Ability to identify areas of the National ITS Architecture affected by changes to the framework.
  • Understanding of new features available in Version 6.0 of the National ITS Architecture and their affect on the overall Architecture.
  • Understanding of the deployment support and resources available to state and local agencies to aid in ITS implementation and support Rule 940 requirements.
  • Understanding of new features in Version 4.0 of Turbo Architecture Software.

Host

Mac Lister, ITS Specialist, FHWA Resource Center
Mac has over 35 years of experience in the field of information systems. Before joining FHWA ten years ago, he had worked as an IT manager for 25 years, the last 12 of which were for a public transit agency. His ITS areas of expertise are 511 technology/overall operations, the National ITS Architecture, ITS professional capacity building, and systems engineering.

Mac provides training, outreach and technical support for the National ITS Architecture and Systems Engineering programs. He is also the team leader for the FHWA's National Field Support team; the field co-chair for the FHWA Operations Council's architecture and systems engineering working groups; and a member of the 511 Deployment Coalition Working Group.

Mac is a certified instructor and a master trainer for NHI. He teaches courses in ITS Software Acquisition, Systems Engineering and National ITS Architecture. He has also been an independent consultant to ITS America. Mac is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Presenter

David Binkley, Lockheed Martin (National ITS Architecture Team)
David Binkley is a Senior Systems Engineer at Lockheed Martin. He has 19 years experience in all aspects of Systems Engineering for government and commercial projects. He joined the National ITS Architecture Team in 1995 and has served as the program's Principal Investigator / Chief Engineer for the past 6 years. Today he directs the maintenance updates to the National ITS Architecture. He is currently involved with testing the next release of Turbo Architecture and participating in numerous Deployment Support activities. David has a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech.





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