Autocrypt and Electric Autonomy Canada are pleased to invite you to a panel discussion on the future of Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS)
Vehicle and wireless communications technologies are rapidly evolving to pave the way for smarter and safer transportation in our communities.
A suite of technologies, known as Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS), will connect road users — such as vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists — with elements of the built environment — such as traffic lights, cameras, sensors, and other information sources — to efficiently exchange data with each other and enable safer, more integrated, more efficient and cost effective mobility.
In this panel discussion, we’ll explore how municipalities, transport authorities, the automotive industry, infrastructure providers and government can work together to ensure the potential of C-ITS is realized, safely, securely and effectively.
- Suzanne Murtha, Vice President – Connected and Automated Technologies, AECOM
- Charles Cheng, Business Development Manager, iSmartWays Technology Inc.
- Asad Farooq, Manager – Strategic Initiatives, Ontario Vehicle Innovation Network (OVIN)
- Jeffrey DeCoux, Chairman, Autonomy Institute
- Sean HJ Cho, President of Autocrypt North America
- Nino Di Cara, Founder and President, Electric Autonomy Canada (Moderator)
Thursday September 8th, 2022
1pm ET / 10am PT
This event has now concluded, you can read a summary of the event in our article, The challenges and benefits of bringing Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems (C-ITS) to Canada, or watch the full webinar on Youtube with the link below.
Can’t make the live discussion?
No problem. Register for the event and a few days after we’ll send you a link to a recording of the event and a summary of the discussion.