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Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture Webinar #7: R.E.S.C.U.M.E.

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Date:   Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Time:  1:30 PM – 3:30 PM ET
Cost:  All T3 webinars are free of charge
PDH:  2.0   View PDH Policy


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Background

The Connected Vehicle Reference Implementation Architecture (CVRIA) effort is reaching a key milestone—the initial set of physical, enterprise, and communications views are now complete, and have been posted to the CVRIA website (http://www.iteris.com/cvria/).

Join the USDOT and the CVRIA team for this seventh of seven webinars to learn about and provide comments on the first draft of the connected vehicle architecture views. The objective of these webinars is to familiarize attendees with the CVRIA content so that they will be equipped to provide feedback on the architecture before the CVRIA team launches the analysis to identify candidate interfaces for standardization. The CVRIA team will be presenting two to three representative applications in the context of the architecture viewpoints per session. The session will also include a short discussion about the interface analysis and candidate standards identification process; and a brief discussion of the policy analysis process to date.

Agenda

Learning Objectives

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Target Audience

Presenters

David Binkley, Senior Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin /National ITS Architecture Team

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Mr. Binkley is the Principal Investigator for the National ITS Architecture team. He has 25 years of experience in all aspects of Systems Engineering for government and commercial projects. Mr. Binkley has a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech.

Tom Lusco, Senior Systems Engineer, Iteris /National ITS Architecture Team

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Tom Lusco is a Senior Systems Engineer for the National ITS Architecture Team and the lead developer of the CVRIA Enterprise Viewpoint. He has 23 years of experience in systems engineering, systems architecture and software development in the transportation and aerospace industries. Mr. Lusco has a Master's in Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech.

Ron Ice, Senior Systems Engineer, Ice & Associates /National ITS Architecture Team

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Mr. Ice is a Senior Engineer for the National ITS Architecture Team and a lead developer of the CVRIA Physical Viewpoint. He has 30 years of experience in systems engineering, systems architecture, and software development in the transportation and defense industries. Mr. Ice has a Masterís degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.

Chris Karaffa, Booz Allen Hamilton

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Chris Karaffa is a Systems Engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Virginia. He is currently supporting the ITS JPO Standards Program in developing a standardization strategy for V2x communications; as well as serving as a systems engineering instructor and subject matter expert with the FAA. He has 15 years of experience supporting information and communications systems development and acquisition for Federal, state, and local agencies, including Federal law enforcement, emergency response, and transportation customers.

Jim Marousek, Booz Allen Hamilton

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Jim Marousek is a Systems Engineer with Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, Virginia. He is currently supporting the ITS JPO Standards Program in developing a standardization strategy for V2x communications; as well as providing technical and management support for the US DOT Southeast Michigan Test Bed. He has 29 years of experience designing and developing large-scale networks, services, and systems across the intelligent transportation and telecommunications industries.

Dawn LaFrance-Linden, Technical Writer, U.S. DOT's Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

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Ms. LaFrance-Linden has worked at U.S. DOT's Volpe Center for 11 years. During this time, she researched and wrote a variety of papers and reports on technical and policy matters. She has a Bachelor's degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.