The Institute of Transportation Engineers (Oregon ITE) and Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS Portland) in partnership with Intel and Portland State University are hosting a workshop that brings together a cross section of transportation professionals and technologists to explore the rapid technological changes that are impacting how we plan, build and operate our transportation system.

The Road to Smart Mobility Workshop is being held Wednesday April 22, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Intel Jones Farm Conference Center in Hillsboro. Click here to register.


9:00 am- Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:45 am- Welcome

10:00 am- Smart Mobility 101

  • Mark Hallenbeck, Director, TRAC, University of Washington
  • Brad Biddle, Founder, Open Bike Inc
  • Thomas Bauer, CEO, Traffic Technology Solutions
  • Magnus Feuer, Systems Architect, Open Software Initiative, Jaguar Land Rover

11:30 am- Networking Lunch in Atrium

12:15 pm- Keynote Address – Global Cities Challenge

  • Wilf Pinfold, Director of Research and Advanced Technology Development, Intel

1:00 pm- Role of the Public and Private Sector in Smart Mobility

  • Paige Fitzgerald, Connected Citizens Partnership Manager, Waze
  • Galen McGill, ITS Program Manager, ODOT
  • Gary Carlin, Director of Business Development, Inrix
  • Stacy Shetler, Traffic Engineering Manager, Washington County

2:30 pm- Networking Break

3:00 pm- Into the Future Panel Discussion

  • Moderator – Skip Newberry, President, Technology Association of Oregon
  • Jennifer Healey, Senior Research Scientist and IoT Analytics Lead, Intel
  • Jonathan Fink, VP for Research and Strategic Partnerships, Portland State University
  • Neil McFarlane, General Manager, TriMet
  • Jeff Allen, Executive Director, Drive Oregon
  • Nat Parker, CEO, GlobeSherpa