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The Future of City Adaptive Transportation
March 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm PST
How can adaptive traffic signals optimize traffic in the city? What data is needed and available to create a solution? What are some of the best practices in other cities?
Join us March 6th for an interactive discussion with industry experts and city representatives.
6pm – registration & networking
7pm – event start: discussion + Q&A
8pm – event end & networking
Featured panelists: Bill Pugh, Smart Connections Consulting LLC
Mr. Pugh has over 25 years of experience in wired/wireless strategy of platform development and deployment of networking technologies for several private and public companies. Most recently over the past 4 years, working with cities on strategies for executing Smart City initiatives around Street lights, Smart Parking, Intelligent Traffic and Security. Networking technologies include, but not limited to;
– Wireless Mesh 900MHz/2.4GHz
– 802.15.4 (g/e)
– Cloud strategy and distributed intelligence
Panelist: Dustin Hinds, Cubic
Mr. Hinds is a graduate of San Diego State University and has more than a dozen years of experience in the Traffic industry primarily focused on ITS deployments. Specializing in adaptive traffic control systems, Mr. Hinds has deep experience deploying adaptive systems with many agencies across the West Coast including the Cities of Palo Alto and Chula Vista.
Panelist: Alyssa Muto, Deputy Director of Environment & Mobility Planning at City of San Diego
Planning solutions are both technical and policy. There is no one single bullet as the issues of circulation, housing and greenhouse gas are complex. If we look at things as they are – interrelated – multi-policy solutions can make the changes we need for our people, Cities and globe. Alyssa Muto is the Deputy Director of the Environment and Mobility Planning Division at the City of San Diego. She received a master’s degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in City Planning from San Diego State University and has 16 years of land use and environmental planning experience in San Diego in both the public and private sectors.
Panelist: Ashley Rosia-Tremonti, Sustainability Manager at the City of San Diego
Ashley has a decade of experience as an air quality scientist, working primarily in the energy industry before taking her current position at the City of San Diego in the Sustainability Department. Ashley primarily works on the implementation, monitoring and reporting aspects of the City’s Climate Action Plan which includes internal and external outreach, collaboration with regional and state agencies, greenhouse gas inventory development, tracking and reporting citywide performance metrics and conducting analysis on larger initiatives such as the 100% renewable program.
Moderator: Megan Collins, Cox Communications
Experienced professional with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education andgovernment sectors. Strong community and social services professional skilled in publicadministration, government affairs, strategic communications, and event management.
*This event is part of IGNITE | SCALE | SAN DIEGO program – a partnership between US Ignite, SCALE San Diego and the City of San Diego, supported by Cox Communications