Bob McQueen and Associates
441 Yearling Cove Loop
Orlando FL 32703
Telephone: 407 491 2842
A creative problem solver with superb verbal and written communication skills, combined with proven technical, business planning, business development and teaching experience. Bob is highly experienced in advanced transportation technology-related business building, opportunity analysis and relationship building. He has skills and experience in the use of advanced data collection techniques, real time monitoring and performance management systems. He has in depth practical experience in developing and managing intelligent transportation and smart city focused consulting practices.
Education and Affiliations
M.S., Highways and Transport, City University, London, 1993
B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Scotland, 1980
Former Member of the Board of Directors, ITS California
Vice Chair of the Emerging Technologies Forum, ITS America
Former Chair, Electronic Payment Systems Forum, ITS America
Intelligent Transportation Society of Florida (ITSFL), Former President and Chairman of the Board
Knowledge and Expertise
Relationship-building, Networking and Communications
Bob has an excellent ability to build relationships with public agency clients at state, local and federal level. He has a demonstrated ability to explore sophisticated engineering and management solutions to transportation problems in a collaborative manner. He has special communication abilities that enable him to both “water ski” and “scuba dive” on complex issues and solutions as the situation requires. This allows him to support effective dialogue with technical and non-technical staff alike. Bob also has the ability to bring strategic and tactical approaches together to deliver effective actions and results. He can deliver a balanced business development approach that is strategic and takes full account of business relationships and networks.
Bob brings a unique combination of business and technical knowledge developed over a rich career path in advanced transportation technology markets in the USA, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region. His experience in working with a wide range of technical and non-technical constituents has enabled him to demonstrate strong abilities to devise appropriate scenarios and conduct expert analysis on mathematical simulation model outputs for transportation, business and finance. From strong roots in traffic engineering, transportation planning and policy definition/evaluation, he has developed specialist knowledge and experience across the industry. This includes advanced traffic management, travel information, electronic payment systems and performance management systems. His widely varied expert-level consulting assignments for clients in the USA, Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific region combines with an extensive network of collaborative practitioners to enable him to maintain a state-of-the-art knowledge of current and emerging technologies capabilities, costs, operational management and performance issues. He has a forte in the definition of cost and performance relationships for new technologies and expert evaluation of business and procurement models for transportation-related businesses. Bob was also instrumental in developing both European and international standards for system architecture, terminology and dedicated, short-range communications applications for Intelligent Transportation Systems as part of the CEN TC 278 Committee.
Internationally recognized as a leader in the advanced transportation technology field, Bob has established a prominent role in the Intelligent Transportation Systems industry as an expert-level consultant and business advisor. Bob has proven business leadership and practice development abilities, with a special emphasis on advanced transportation technologies.
Business Growth and Opportunity Evaluation
In the course of multiple assignments Bob has advised private sector enterprises worldwide on business plan development and the evaluation/assessment of new market opportunities related to advanced transportation technologies. This has also involved the identification and establishment of strategic business relationships and alliances. He also has proven business and practice building skills developed in the US state, local and federal market segments.
Present: CEO, Bob McQueen, and Associates
Running a small specialist consulting company focusing on providing expert advice to transportation agencies and the private sector on how to understand, apply, and evaluate the effects of ITS.
January 2011 to August 2012: Vice President, International Business Development, Roadway Sensors, Iteris Inc, Santa Ana, California
This role involved the development of a structured approach to international business development, re-engineering the existing business process and establishing new partnerships.
March 2009 to January 2011: ITS Practice Builder Southern California, Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc., San Diego
Bob led the business planning and practice growth for the southern California Intelligent Transportation Systems practice. This role involves strategic business plan development, marketing, sales and senior advisor consulting to local clients.
June 2008 to March 2009: President, The 0Cash Company, San Diego
Bob established the 0Cash company to assist public and private transportation clients with electronic payment and performance management applications These included both systems planning and concept development. The role involved all aspects of establishing, operating and developing a small specialist consulting company.
July 1997 – June 2008: Senior Vice President, PBS&J, Orlando Florida and San Diego California
Bob started his career with PBS&J with the charge to develop and grow a specialist Intelligent Transportation Systems practice within the transportation service of the company. He achieved this with great success, building a 100 strong national business unit over a period of approximately 7 years, with annual revenue in excess of $20 million. He achieved this by applying his specialist Intelligent Transportation Systems expertise, taking advantage of his reputation in the industry, and making use of his strong abilities to communicate with and relate to local, state, and federal transportation agency staff at multiple levels of authority.
1994 – 1997: Principal, PB Farradyne, Rockville, Maryland
During his employment with PBFI, Bob served as Principal on a range of ITS, traffic engineering and transportation planning projects for USDOT. These included a feasibility study for advanced traveler information on scenic byways, the application of advanced technologies for recreational travel and the development of system engineering guidelines for Federal Transit. Bob also contributed to the Automated Highway Systems project as a senior systems advisor. His role with PBFI required close liaison with headquarters-based FHWA and FTA staff at various levels of seniority, enabling him to develop good business relationships at the federal level.
1992-1994: Associate Director, Halcrow Fox and Associates, Hammersmith London
Bob led the business development and staff management initiatives associated with the formation of an advanced transportation technology group within these traditional roads, tunnels and bridges consulting company. Attached to the transportation planning and transportation economics unit within the Halcrow Group, Bob worked with UK and European government agencies on the definition of needs and the pursuit of advanced technology project opportunities. As part of this work, Bob also served as a European expert on the JPL program management team for the National ITS Architecture Development Program, providing expert input and advice on system engineering lessons learned and deployment experiences from the European market.
1990 – 1992: Technical Director, The Ian Catling Consultancy, Surrey UK
As part owner of this small specialist advanced technology consulting company, Bob pursued and executed a wide range of transportation technology projects for UK and European government agencies and a range of private sector clients. He also worked closely with several European city governments in managing multi-disciplinary work efforts and conducting business development efforts.
1985 – 1990: Project Manager, 3M, Bracknell UK
Bob was initially responsible for sales and marketing for an innovative business unit within the traffic, graphics, safety and security systems division of 3M UK. Bob brought knowledge and experience of the UK highways and transportation market and combined this with sales, marketing and business development expertise acquired through intensive training provided through 3M in-house programs. Bob later expanded his role to the management of the new business unit that was developed as a result of the sales and marketing efforts. Through his experience in this position, Bob was able to blend business development, marketing and sales skills acquired through industry-leading 3M training programs, with knowledge and expertise from highways and transportation. This experience provided him with a powerful sales and marketing capability. He also developed strategic marketing, business development and market-proven expertise in sales and marketing within the transportation environment, with this world leader in innovation and product development.
1984 – 1985: Project Director, Howard Humphreys, Benghazi, Libya
Bob led the planning and execution of the Benghazi Transportation Study for the Libyan Government. This experience enabled him to hone his technical and managerial skills within a challenging expatriate environment requiring self-sufficiency and self-starting approaches. The work involved the planning and deployment of a coherent set of traffic management and land use planning strategies to solve specific traffic and transportation problems in Libya’s second city.
1983 – 1984: Principal Technician, the London Borough of Hackney
Bob served as both a transportation engineering and information technology resource for this local authority in northeast London. His role involved representing Hackney’s interests in local government networking and collaboration frameworks and working closely with other boroughs and the Greater London Council. Project work involved highways, traffic engineering and public transit planning as well as the development of the departments computing and network resources. This provided him with some hands-on experience in the application of solutions to address transportation policy objectives within the day-to-day operations of a local government transportation unit.
1980 – 1983: Graduate Engineer, Strathclyde Regional Council
Bob served as a technical resource for the analysis and evaluation of transportation policies and programs for this large regional government unit. This involved the application of mathematical simulation and economic forecasting tools to determine the potential effects of specific transportation proposals. This information was used as input for the formulation of the regional transportation capital investment program.
Experience: Smart Cities, Big Data, and Transportation Data Analytics
Bob has a broad range of experience in the application of advanced technologies to transportation, gained in assignments over the past 30 years. Further details available on request. With respect to big data and analytics, over the past two years, Bob has worked with a major international big data and analytics solution provider on consulting assignments related to the application of these techniques to smart cities, the connected vehicle and other transportation applications. Assignments have included the following:
Smart Tourism Concept, City of Las Vegas
Developed architectures, use cases and value proposition for the application of movement analytics and Teradata solutions to smart tourism in Las Vegas. The concept studies the journey from the airport to the Las Vegas strip, with a focus on conventioneers. Using movement analytics from smart phones, the ebb and flow of People to and from Las Vegas is defined. This is a first step in a regional transportation data warehouse to provide additional insight and understanding into trip making patterns in Las Vegas for both visitors and residents, using customer journey analytics.
Smart Tourism Concept, City of Orlando
This also focuses on smart tourism, but unlike the Las Vegas concept, the problem addressed relates to the decision cycle for planned visits to Orlando. The concept involves the use of movement analytics and census data in a combined smart tourism data Lake, to examine the decision-making cycle for visitors to Orlando from predefined catchment areas. Using the hypothesis that decision-making is significantly influenced by the economic outlook of the household and the ages of the children, a predictive model is proposed that identifies the best time to spend marketing dollars within the catchment areas. The concept also includes a calibration study using movement analytics to identify current visitors to Orlando and analyze movement patterns.
Smart Metro Concept, Moscow Metro
the definition of services, the development of a high-level architecture and the identification of use cases associated with the application of advanced technologies to Moscow Metro. The objective is to make Moscow Metro the smartest Metro system in the world, through the delivery of a range of advanced transportation services. This work formed the preliminary stage in the development of a planning concept for Smart Metro, Moscow.
Transportation Mobility Cloud Concept
Developed for the San Diego Association of Governments. The concept involves the identification of six core smart city transportation services and an architecture to deliver the services using cloud infrastructure. The work also included the definition of an overall transportation mobility cloud architecture and the development of Use Cases that illustrate the value proposition to the client into the end-user.
Traffic signals as a Service Concept
Developed for a leading local government agency, this concept proposes a privately financed replacement of traffic signals on approximately 3000 intersections within a major region. The traffic signal system will be state-of-the-art including the use of movement analytics data to measure supply and demand for transportation as well as operational data required for traffic signal timings. A countywide data lake will be established to support the services and analytics required. The project concept has been developed in close cooperation with Cisco, who will finance design build and operation of the traffic signals in return for availability payment from the public sector. The work involves the definition of technical architectures and the development of appropriate business models to support the commercial aspects of the concept.
Concept to Establish a Data Lake Incorporating Traditional and Non-Traditional Transportation Data for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), San Diego, California
Based on previous experiences in the development of a data lake in the application of analytics techniques, this assignment involved the development of a systematic process for SANDAG to establish a transportation data lake. The work also included the identification of non-traditional data such as retail transactions and energy consumption data, and other to predict the demand for transportation in the San Diego region. This work is currently ongoing and is likely to result in the development of a grant application for federal funding.
Evaluation of the Effects of Variable Speed Limit Signs on the I 285 Top-End Atlanta
Georgia Department of Transportation installed approximately 100 variable speed limit signs on this major freeway around the northern limits of the City of Atlanta, Georgia. The work involved the definition of suitable analytics and the analysis of approximately two years of speed data to identify and quantify the effects of the variable speed limit signs on traffic turbulence. This was an application of scientific traffic engineering techniques, based on big data analysis.
Definition of Use Cases for Florida Department of Transportation District 5
Range of Use Cases was developed to illustrate the proposed application of big data and analytics techniques to the central Florida region. The Use Cases included those related to safety analysis, investment program optimization, freeway courtesy patrol management, bottleneck analysis and characterization on a districtwide basis and connected vehicle probe data.
Development of an Approach to Incorporate Big Data and Analytics and to Bridge Management for Nebraska Department of Transportation
To ensure that constrained funding for bridge maintenance and operation is allocated appropriately. This assignment involved the development of a concept for the application of big data and analytics techniques to enable dynamic Bridge management. This took a current of bridge type, traffic volumes, vehicle classifications along with current and planned expenditures on bridge maintenance and construction. The resulting concept will form the basis for a new approach to bridge management, that also includes the use of smart sensors on bridges
The Definition of an Approach to the Measurement of Job Accessibility for the Columbus Metropolitan Region as Part of a Smart City Initiative
Job accessibility improvement is a major goal within many of the smart city initiatives in the US. This assignment involved the definition of an approach to the development of a job accessibility index. Making use of movement analytics, speed, and transit schedule data, combined with U.S. Census data, the approach involves the creation of a data lake on which sophisticated analytic techniques can be applied to characterize the ease, or difficulty, of travel from home to work between each zone within the Columbus Metropolitan region. This is a groundbreaking piece of work taking advantage of new abilities to create data lakes and conduct sophisticated analytics in a rapid and cost-effective manner.
Development of Use Cases for Analytics to Be Applied to Connected Vehicle Data
Estimates suggest that the volume of data generated by connected vehicles in the US could be as high as 2 ZB per year. For comparison purposes, the entire World Wide Web generated 4 ZB in 2013. This provides a data management challenge but also an opportunity to take advantage of a rich data stream that includes vehicle identification, instantaneous vehicle velocity, and a wide range of parameters relating to the performance of the vehicle and the driver. The assignment involves the development of Use Cases to explain how this data could be used as the basis for new insight and strategies for transportation management. This included usage-based insurance, trip travel times and variability, incident management and dynamic trip assignment applications.
Identification and Agreement of Use Cases and Analytics for Toll Road Operation, International Bridge Tunnel and Turnpike Association
Working with a small group of toll road operators, this assignment included the definition and agreement of a range of approximately 70 analytics that could be applied to toll road operation, making use of big data and sophisticated data analytics techniques. The analytics were grouped under safety, efficiency and enhanced user experience categories and included analytics to characterize the performance of planning, operations, and maintenance of toll roads. The work also has applicability to other limited access highways such as motorways.
Definition of Big Data and Analytic Approach for Transit Management, PACE Bus Chicago
A concept was developed for the application of big data and analytics techniques to transit management in suburban Chicago. These included the characterization of traffic conditions experienced by transit vehicles, the identification of optimum timing for new bus acquisition and arterial traffic management.
Definition of Smart City Use Cases for Big Data and Analytics, ITS America Emerging Technologies Forum
A range of more than 70 Use Cases was developed regarding the application of advanced technologies for transportation in Smart cities. These addressed private car, transit, freight, and citywide transportation management applications.
Identification and Characterization of Bottlenecks, Comparing the I-4 and State Route 417, Orlando, for Florida Department of Transportation District 5
A brief study was conducted to identify and characterize bottlenecks on the I for freeway in the Orlando area and make comparisons with State Route 417, also in the Orlando area. The number of bottlenecks over a defined period were calculated, along with the recovery time after the bottleneck, for the road to return to normal operation.
Development of a Business Case for the Application of Big Data and Analytics, Florida Department of Transportation Central Office
Multiple Use Cases and white papers were developed involving the definition of Use Cases and analytics for the application of big data and analytics techniques on a statewide basis within the State of Florida. Applications identified covered the entire spectrum of transportation activities including planning, design, project delivery, operations, and maintenance. The work also included the definition of the results-driven approach to work program or investment plan analysis for transportation across the state. A high-level business case was also developed indicating time savings and cost reductions that can be achieved because of the application of these techniques across the State.
Experience: Intelligent transportation systems
Project Manager, Integrated Corridor management (ICM) project San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
This assignment involved the development of a competitive bid for Federal funding and the subsequent management of the project. The ICM project took a multi-modal, multi-agency approach to management of traffic and transit along a 22-mile section of the I-15 corridor in San Diego.
Strategic Business Planning, federal signal corporation
Development of a market assessment for electronic toll collection systems in North and South America and speed enforcement systems in Europe. The work involved coordination at executive levels and the delivery of results and recommendations as the basis for future business directions and acquisitions.
Orlando ORANGES project, Lynx, Orlando
This project involved the conceptual planning, development delivery and operational management of a working regional electronic payment system spanning the local toll, parking and transit agencies. This involved identification and agreement of user needs across tolls, transit and parking, the development of a coordination and cooperation framework and the implementation of inter-jurisdictional arrangements. The project was carried out under the auspices of the Federal Transit Administration Field and Operational Test program. Bob developed the initial concept, led the preparation of a successful bid for Federal funding and directed the execution of the project.
Chief Technologist, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE)
FTE is one of the largest toll road networks in the USA. This assignment involved the provision of senior advisor consulting services to the Executive Director and Chief Operating Office of FTE. This required the identification and evaluation of new information and telecommunication technologies that might be applied to the development, operation and management of the FTE road network. Technologies considered included advanced open road electronic toll collection, automated highways, congestion pricing and bus rapid transit technologies. Bob conducted the technology evaluations and developed briefing documents and presentation to senior executive staff at FTE.
Senior Advisor, San Francisco County Transportation Authority, Urban Congestion Pricing
Bob served as an advisor on technology and business model choices for this feasibility study, the first of its kind in the USA. The project addressed transportation impacts, economic, legal and commercial aspects of a proposed congestion pricing zone implementation in the downtown San Francisco area.
Market Review and Analysis, Egis Transportation Systems, Paris, France
A detailed review of the current and future market for privately delivered electronic toll collection equipment design, installation and operation management was carried out. This involved developing estimates of the current and future size of the market for toll roads and managed lanes in the USA and identification of specific short, medium and longer-term opportunities. The work culminated in the delivery of a market report with detailed recommendations for market actions and project pursuits.
System Incident Management Review, North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA), Dallas, Texas
NTTA own and operate a major toll road network in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. One of the more significant activities within the organization is the planning and management of traffic incident response and management activities. Bob was asked to conduct a review of current system incident management activities and compare these against national and international best practices. The work resulted in the development of an inventory report, a best practice review document and a set of recommendation for operational improvements including technology applications.
Regional Electronic Payment System, North Texas Tollway Authority, Dallas Texas
North Texas Tollway Authority, in collaboration with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and The City of Dallas, identified the need to take a cohesive regional approach to electronic payment methods for transportation. NTTA already operates one of the most advanced electronic toll collection systems in the USA and the other agencies wished to build on this facility and experience to develop a regional payment system for toll collection, transit fares, parking fees and civic services/amenities.
Bob worked in close association with all three agencies to develop a technical and organizational solution for the planning, development and operation of a regional electronic payment service, known as the RapidCard. This will enable residents of the Dallas/Fort Worth region to make use of multiple payment devices (toll transponders and smart cards) to pay for a range of transportation and civic services from a centrally held “universal transportation account. In the course of the work, Bob developed a conceptual technical solution that defines possible technologies and systems elements. He also defined the organizational arrangements required to plan, develop and operate the RapidCard and developed a financial model for system costs.
Strategic Planning for ITS, San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG)
This assignment involved the development of an inventory of current and planned Intelligent Transportation Systems in the San Diego County region and the definition of needs, issues, problems and objectives to be addressed by future investments. SANDAG is the Metropolitan Planning Organization for San Diego County in Southern California and one of the leading users of Intelligent Transportation Systems in the USA. They have successfully harnessed multiple advanced technologies to save time lives and money, including electronic toll collection, advanced traffic management and traveler information systems.
A significant element of this work involved the assessment of the operating costs for the existing Compass (smart card-based transit ticketing) and FasTrak (electronic toll collection for managed lanes) back offices. This identified a high level of synergy and led to development of recommendations to converge both business process and plan for a single back office addressing both applications.
Strategic Business Planning, LG CNS, Seoul, South Korea
Business planning and development support for the introduction of a public private partnership approach to advanced transit ticketing in the US market. This work involved the development and agreement of a strategic plan for applying LG resources and experience gained from the T-Money project in Seoul, South Korea, to the US transit market. T-Money is an advanced electronic payment system for transit fare payment, utilizing smart card and telecommunication technologies to enable passengers to pay for transit and other services without cash.
The T-Money system also features a sophisticated performance management facility that enables Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) to use payment system data for transit service optimization. The system was financed, designed and installed using private sector finance and is operated by a special purpose corporation, jointly owned by LG and SMG. Bob’s primary focus in this assignment was to work closely with LG and SMG staff to define the operational concept for the T-Money system, and then adapt it to the US market. This included the definition of technical frameworks, business models, financial models and presentations to senior transit agency staff and leadership.
Strategic Business Planning, ETC Inc., Dallas, Texas
The work for this fast-growing Dallas-based provider of electronic toll collection equipment and services involved the development of a strategic business planning approach that encompasses the capabilities of the enterprise and the needs of the market. The work focused on the development of strategies and tactics for the company to adopt in the course of addressing the US market for electronic toll collection solutions for toll roads and managed lanes.
Israel ITS, Public Works Department, State of Israel
As project manager, Bob developed an integrated statewide ITS architecture utilizing the tools, products, and methodology from the U.S. National ITS Architecture Program. This project involved identification and confirmation of local transportation needs, policy objectives, issues, and the definition of technical and institutional/organizational ITS architecture solutions.
NHI Course 137005, "ITS Telecommunications Overview"
Bob developed and delivered this course as part of the Professional Capacity Building Program.
Florida ITS Applications of Fiber Optic Technologies
This course was developed using Instructional system design techniques and delivered to ITS Florida members.
Florida ITS Applications of Fiber Optic Technologies
Course developed based on the principles of the US national ITS Architecture, customized for the Florida context.
National ITS Architecture Development Program, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Bob served as ITS specialist in support of the effort to develop and apply a National System Architecture (NSA) for ITS. For this work effort, Bob provided expert-level consultant services to assess and evaluate likely policy impacts of the NSA. The scope of services included using system engineering and architectural development skills with in-depth transportation planning processes and policy issues knowledge.
1 “Return to Splendour” Thinking Highways Magazine, Volume 3, No 4, Pg. 50. Thought piece on future toll roads.
2 “Man on a Mission – San Diego’s Congestion Management Approach”. Thinking Highways Magazine, Volume 3, No 4, Pg. 50 Overview of SANDAG's congestion management approaches.
3 “Who Moved My Customer? – The Advent of Cashless Tolling”, Thinking Highways Magazine, Volume 2, No 2, Pg. 46. Exploring the effects of open road tolling on customers and how to view electronic toll collection from a customer perspective.
4 “Gray Is the New Black – Smart Highways”, Thinking Highways Magazine, Volume 2, No 4, Pg. 54. Overview of smart highway technologies and a justification for integrating technologies into new road designs.
5“El Cobro Por Uso De Infraestructuras En Un Modelo Coherente De Optimización Del Transporte Metropolitan”. McQueen and Hevia, IBTTA Technology Workshop South America, November 2006. Describing the “Metro” network of world cities collaborating on the application of advanced transportation technologies.
6 “Developing Higher Standards Service Standards for Toll Roads”, McQueen and Hoeflich, IBTTA Tollways Magazine, Autumn 2006. Addressing the use of technology to improve customer service for tolling applications.
7 “Government Technology/Improving Commutes with ITS,” American City & County Magazine, August, 2003. An overview of ITS with a focus on the application of various ITS technologies to improve commuting conditions.
8 Book - McQueen, Robert, and Rick Schuman, Kan Chen, Advanced Traveler Information Systems, Artech House, 2002. Definition of technology and business models for traveler information systems.
9 Book - McQueen, Robert and Judy, Intelligent Transportation Systems Architecture, Artech House, 1999. Handbook on the practical application of the principles and knowledge from the National ITS Architecture Development Program.
10” Smart Cards in Manchester, England - Putting Transportation Payment on the Electronic Highway”, Philadelphia, July 1995 Description of a planned smart card application in Manchester, England and associated applications.
11 “System Architecture Development for IVHS in the USA,” Highways Magazine, October, 1994. Description of US approach to ITS architecture development.
12“Electronic Toll Collection & Transaction Management (ETTM),” Highways Magazine, Article 27, May, 1994. Overview of electronic toll collection technologies.
13 “Approach Planning for ATT,” Highways Magazine with Paul Taylor, March 1994. Strategic planning approach for ITS as adopted by Kent County Council in the UK.
14 “Advanced Transport Telematics and Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems -Towards Implementation,” Highways Magazine, March 1993. Progress report on ITS deployment.
15 “Advanced Traffic Management Systems,” Highways Magazine, February 1993. Overview of advanced traffic management system applications.
16 “Dynamic Driver Information Systems,” Highways Magazine, January 1993. In-vehicle information systems possibilities.
17 “New Techniques for Highway Network Data Collection and Presentation – The Doncaster CHIVS Experience,” with John Linsley, The Journal of the Institution of Highways and Transportation, February 1992. Description of an application of video technologies for highway inventory management.
Big Data Analytics for Connected Vehicles and Smart Cities, Artech House, Aug 31, 2017
Intelligent Transportation System and Architecture, Artech House, Feb 28, 1999
Advanced Traveler Information Systems, Artech House, Sep 1, 2002
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1 “Is The Current Transportation Funding Crisis Good Or Bad For Intelligent Transportation Systems?” Presentation and debate with Dick Mudge, Delcan at Intelligent Transportation Systems America Annual Meeting, Houston, May 2010. Debate on ITS funding.
2 “Signal Timing in Integrated Corridor Management – How Adaptive?” Intelligent Transportation Systems America Annual Meeting, Houston, May 2010. Exposition on the factors that affect emissions and how to apply adaptive signal control.
3 “Standard Methods Using DSRC Technology” IBTTA Special Summit on Open Road Tolling, Dallas July 2008. Business process view of electronic toll collection.
4 “Road Pricing within a Comprehensive Metropolitan Transport Optimization Approach”, McQueen, Miller, IBTTA Technology Workshop, Santiago Chile, November 2006. Explanation of the use of road pricing as part of a wider ITS portfolio.
5 “Smart Highways, the Full Monty”, IBTTA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, September 2004. Overview of smart highways technologies, values and benefits.
6 “Using Advanced Technologies to Achieve Business Objectives”, IBTTA Annual Meeting, Cleveland 2005. Business process view of advanced transportation technologies.
7 “The Development of IVHS in Europe,” with Ian Catling, SAE Future Transportation Conference, Portland, Oregon, August 1991. Progress overview of European ITS deployment.
8 “The State of the Art of European Automatic Vehicle Identification,” ASCE AATT Conference, Minneapolis, August
1991. Overview of European DSRC applications.
9 “A Review of European Developments in Route Guidance and Navigation Systems,” with Ian Catling and Richard Harris, ASCE, AATT Conference, Minneapolis, August 1991. Dynamic route guidance European overview.
10 “The Application of Interactive Video Technology to the Norwegian National Roads Network,” with Torgeir Leland, Norwegian Public Roads Administration, ASCE UTD AATT Conference, San Diego and IEE RTM Conference, London, February 1989. Video technology for highway data collection, surrogate travel and geometric measurement.
11 “New Horizons in Traveler Information,” Scenic Byways ’96 Conference, Tyson Corner, Virginia, April 1996. Application of ITS to scenic byways.
12 “Beautiful Smart Byways - Recreational Trip Enhancement for the 90s,” with Stephen Albert, Sameer Sharma, ITS America Annual Meeting, Houston, April 1996. Application of ITS to scenic byways.
13 “The Application of ITS to Recreational Travel Cape Cod,” with S. Albert, M. Morecock, C. Bausher, ITS America Annual Meeting, Houston, April 1996. Use of ITS for leisure travel in Cape Cod.
14 “Information Technology and Other Technology Applications in the Road Haulage Industry - Global Trends,” with Sameer Sharma, Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology Business Forum on Road Haulage and Information Technology, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, November 1995. Review of ITS application design in the Klang Valley Corridor Malaysia.
15 “The Application of Intelligent Transportation Systems for Recreational Travel,” with S. Albert, M. Morecock, 1995 National Rural Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, September 1995. Use of ITS for leisure travel in Cape Cod.
16 “ITS Architecture Development - A European Perspective,” ITS America Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., March 1995. European approach to ITS architecture development.