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Wednesday, July 28

7:00am - 8:00am   Continental Breakfast

8:00am - 9:30am   ATSIP Meeting
Presiding:  Dan Magri, President, ATSIP

9:30am - 10:00am  Light Refreshments

10:00am - 11:30am

Session 25 - Why your State Should Have A Traffic Records Assessment
Moderator:  Joyce Jones

Panel Members:
Jana Simpler, Delaware Office of Highway Safety
Bob
Scopatz, Data Nexus
Bob Pollack, NHTSA Region V
Pat
Tucker, NHTSA Region VI

Session 26 - Data Integration
Moderator:  Bob Zahnke, Purdue University

Data Integration to Improve Traffic Safety Enforcement
Allen Parrish, Department of Computer Science, U of Alabama

Linking State Data Files: Challenges and Successes
Demetra Collia, Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Safety Programs in Indian Country
Kirk Vinnish, Lummi Nation and Intertribal Transportation Association

Designing the European Road Accident Observatory
Ward Vanlaar, Belgian Road Safety Institute

 

Session 27 - From Information Highway to Massachusetts Roadway: Collecting, Storing, Accessing and Using Crash-Related Data in Massachusetts Traffic Safety
Moderator:  Robin Riessman, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

Massachusetts Data Warehouse: Collection and Storage of Crash-Related Data
Davin Flatten, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

Online Query Tools: Data Access for Everyone
Heather Rothenberg, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

Analysis to Application: Using the Massachusetts Data Warehouse in Engineering and Program Design
Mike Knodler, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

 

Session 28 - Electronic Reporting and Data Management
Moderator:  Bich-Hanh Nguyen, University of New Mexico

Benefits of Electronic Crash and Citation Reporting in Florida
Lisa K. Spainhour, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Sitaramaraju Matena, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Isaac A. Wootton, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

KyOPS: Kentucky's Open Portal Solution for Electronic Submissions
John Carrico, Kentucky State Police

Mobile Officer's Assistant
Jack Stuster, Anacapa Sciences (SBIR project funded by NHTSA)

Illinois Mobile Capture & Reporting System
Aaron Bennett, Illinois DOT
Tom Kelso, Illinois DOT

 

11:30am - 1:00pm:  Lunch (on your own)

1:00pm - 2:30pm
 

Session 29 - ANSI D-16 version 7?
Moderator & Presenter:  Ken Hackman, National Institute for Safety Research


Session 30 - Making the Connection: Bringing Multiple Data Sets Together
Moderator:  Robin Riessman, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

One Warehouse: Partnerships Toward a Central Data Warehouse
Dave Krasnow, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

Overcoming Obstacles in Data Release
Heather Rothenberg, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

One Analysis, Many Data Sets: Analyzing Data With a New Perspective
Mike Knodler, Massachusetts Governor's Highway Safety Bureau

Session 31 - New Developments in Vehicle Occupant Protection Technology
Moderator:  Augustus "Chip" Chidester, NHTSA/NCSA

New Technology in Frontal Airbags
John Brophy, NHTSA

Advances in Safety Belts
Augustus "Chip" Chidester, NHTSA/NCSA

Importance of Event Data Recorders in Research
John Brophy, NHTSA

Side Air Bag:  Head, Thorax and Safety Canopy
Augustus "Chip" Chidester, NHTSA/NCSA

Session 32 - GIS and GPS Location Tools
Moderator:  Marc Dronen

Development of a Cost-Effective GIS Safety Analysis Tool for Improving Highway Safety
Thobias Sando, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering/Florida DOT
Renatus Mussa, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Richard Sotter, Florida DOT

The Usability of GPS Receivers for Improving the Accuracy of Crash Location Data - A Case Study of Florida
Thobias Sando, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering/Florida DOT
Renatus Mussa, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Richard Sotter, Florida DOT

Vermont GPS Pilot Study
Mandy Shatney, Vermont Agency of Transportation

FARS and GIS Mapping the Future for Locating Fatal Crashes
Ken Rutland, NHTSA
 
 

2:30pm - 3:00pm:  Light Refreshments

3:30pm - 5:00pm


Session 33 - Certification Transportation Safety Information Professional
Moderators:  Larry Holestine & Jack Zogby

Panel Members:
Dan Magri, LA DOT
Clay Hatch, NHTSA
Bob Scopatz, Data Nexus
Joan Vecci
David Bozak, Info Group
Larry Holestine, Data Nexus


Session 34 - Electronic Data Records
Moderator:  Bob Zahnke, Purdue University

KyOPS: The Complete Collision Management Application and More
 John Carrico,
Kentucky State Police

Crash Data Improvements
 Olorunfemi Bajomo, Ledge Light Technologies, Inc.

XML Data Bridge for Accident Records
Thad T. Hoffman, Iteris, Inc.
John M. Beck, Iteris, Inc.
Marc Dronen, Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety

Web Services Open the Door to FMCSA Safety Data
Jeff Hall, FMCSA

Happenings in CVARS

Ken Hackman,  NISR

Betsy Benkowski, FMCSA
 

Session 35 - Mapping
Moderator: James Merrill, University of New Mexico

Geospatial One-Stop, Linear Referencing and TransXML Standards for Safety Management
Dr. Paul Scarponcini, Transportation Data Management, Bentley Systems, Inc.

Improved Visualization Techniques for Crash Data
Zachary Hans, Iowa State University
Todd Knox, Iowa State University
Reg Souleyrette, Iowa State University

Incident Mapping Analysis Tool (IMAT)
Dan Gieseman, Iowa State University

Integrating Engineering and GIS Content in a Managed Environment
Ted
Johnson, Bentley Systems, Inc.
 

Session 36 - Driver Characteristics
Moderator: Betty A. Harris, University of Oklahoma

Crashes and Consequences: Mitigating the High Costs of Inattentive Driving
Kathryn Terrell, HRinPRINT

A Study of the Interaction of Younger and Older Drivers In High Speed Expressway Fatal Crashes
Scott Falb, Iowa Department of Transportation
Michael D. Pawlovich, Ph.D., Iowa Department of Transportation

Safety Analysis of Fatal Crashes Involving High Speed Vehicles
Lisa K. Spainhour, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering
Prashant Singh, FAMU-FSU College of Engineering

Older and Younger Driver Interaction in Iowa Crashes
Hossein Naraghi, Iowa State University
 

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