Attendees will hear from industry, government and the innovation community panelists on transportation’s role in connected society, big data, security, and emerging technologies.
Brian Pickerall, Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton who will be moderating the panel discussion said, “We are on the brink of transformation in the transportation industry. The immense amounts of data captured in cars, planes, and trains can be used to make our cities smarter, our modes of transportation more cost and energy efficient, and our travel experiences more integrated”.
The panel includes:
- Chris Gerdes, Chief Innovation Officer, US Department of Transportation
- Jeffrey Lush, Chief Technologist for US Federal Agencies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Erin Moseley, Smart Cities and Internet of Things Expert, Education and Public
Sector Specialist, Intel Corporation
- Mike Spierto, Director of Federal Affairs, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
- Matt George, Founder and CEO of Bridj
Attendees will also be able to view demonstrations of innovative technologies and solutions at the Booz Allen Hamilton Innovation Center.
“We are thrilled to mark the opening of our new Innovation Center in downtown Washington, DC. The Booz Allen Innovation Center is a free-flowing collaborative space where our employees, clients, sponsors, and the innovation community can converge to inspire ideas, build new technologies, grow their networks, and work together to solve our clients’ toughest problems of today and the future”, said Kurt Scherer, Innovation Center Director. “From its innovative space design to the cutting-edge technologies, the Center is built to fuel creativity and embody Booz Allen’s relentless pursuit of building original value.”
The event will be held at the Booz Allen Innovation Center, 901 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 20005 on Monday May 16th from 11:00 am – 1:30 pm (lunch will be provided). Click here to register.