As connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) join our highway public safety domains, existing networks are challenged to anticipate the performance requirements of data transmission required by these life- and public safety-based applications.
Designs must consider potential redundancy, component grades and performance standards redesigns to ensure the level of availability, resilience and robustness needed. Plans must also include cybersecurity precautions. Additionally, use of proper tools, techniques and commission testing must be taken into account to accommodate the layer of RF wireless performance required by mobility networks along the transportation pathway.
Join us to learn best practices required for designing and testing the newest class of intelligent transportation networks, including wired and wireless infrastructure.
- Learn about the new applications emerging in the ITS Industry that impact the way vehicles communicate.
- Understand the topology, bandwidth and redundancy requirements needed for ITS backbone optical networks.
- Become aware of FCC frequency availability for technologies such as DSRC and CBRS.
- Gain exposure to component types and their relevance to the ITS model of performance.
- Examine case studies of pilot projects being currently implemented to showcase applications.
Tom has 35 years of Design and Integration Experience in the ICT Industry. As a BICSI member for over 25 years, he has feet-in-the-field experience for over 1,500 Projects. He specializes in large scale Optical OSP Networks, including traditional topologies and GPON. In addition, he serves on multiple standards committees and is a champion for industry best practices in testing and commissioning network transport systems. He is currently engaged in ITS projects for state and municipal projects in a design and integration role.