THE INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS, INC.
COMMUNICATIONS & VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY SOCIETIES
2018 TECHNICAL LUNCHEON PROGRAM
The first Connected Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) Implementation related to Signal Data Sharing in Texas
- Brian Moen, P.E., Assistant Director of Engineering/Transportation with the City of Frisco
Tuesday 20 February 2018
TIME: Luncheon starts at
Main Presentation is from
1600 Alma Road Richardson, TX 75081
Additional parking behind restaurant.
Students and IEEE Life Members: $5
IEEE Members: $10
Please RSVP to Judah Epstein
Abstract:The city of Frisco Texas is a leader in connected vehicle and traffic systems. It is the second city in the US (after Las Vegas) to enable its traffic signal network to be connected with consumer vehicles using V2I technology. To deploy this technology, Frisco partnered with Audi of America, Trafficware and Traffic Technology Services to stream real-time system and intersection data. The solution is available today on select 2017 and 2018 Audi vehicles and signals the start of the future of the autonomous transportation systems and vehicles.
- How local agencies like Frisco will play an important role in the implementation of connected and autonomous vehicles
- Discuss signal data sharing and its application
- How this is being performed in Frisco and how it differs from other methods
- Brief overview of other data sharing and transportation technology projects ongoing in Frisco
Brian Moen, P.E., is the Assistant Director of Engineering/Transportation with the City of Frisco. Mr. Moen has 24 years of experience in the traffic engineering profession including the past 16 years with the City of Frisco. His experience includes work in traffic operations, traffic signal design and construction, intelligent transportation systems, wireless communications, roadway illumination, traffic safety, and multi-lane roundabouts. Mr. Moen graduated with a Bachelorís and Masterís degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nebraska. He currently serves as the President of the Texas District of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.