TRANSPLEX: Using Data to Plan

APA Florida, Capital Area Section

#3018406

Friday, October 21, 2011
2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. EDT

Orlando, FL, United States

CM | 1.50

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Overview

This forum will be exploring how data could be used more effectively to make transportation decisions, from concept to planning to operations. How can data be combined to paint a clearer picture of the problems? The CATT Lab has produced a number of innovative tools to help users' to see a problem, and then drill down through huge amounts of data, to explore the root causes. Please join us to explore together just how more useful your data could be! Through this interactive session, attendees will explore how a number of data visualizations could be used to solve current challenges, share personal insights and explore potential applications by the transportation agencies. This would be useful to almost any planner, regardless of sub-discipline.

Resource URL

http://transplex.org/conference_11.asp

Speakers

Michael Van Daniker

Confirmed Speaker

Visualization Manager May 2009 - Present Michael directed and advised several graduate and undergraduate students, working in teams and individually, to create an array of transportation-related software systems, both internal and client-facing. Taught students with traditional programming backgrounds how to build scalable, enterprise level web applications. He has worked in a ... Read More

Michael Pack

Confirmed Speaker

Michael Pack -- Director, Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory (2002-Present), Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland, College Park. As the Director of CATT Lab, Mr. Pack's primary responsibilities are to improve transportation operations and management through research and development, technology implementation, training, and education. He has ... Read More