March 8-9 2023  |  Jacob K Javits Convention Center, New York

Infrastructure & Transportation – Vertical Breakout Session

Oct 30 2019

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT

Pavilion 2

Whether it’s being able to inspect a bridge from the air just as easily as from the water or addressing critical infrastructure inspections in an entirely new way, drones are clearly having a significant impact on how infrastructure and transportation departments. Robust data sets delivered by drones are allowing these departments to uncover even deeper levels of insight using artificial intelligence (AI) and many believe that infrastructure inspections will someday be managed by robotic systems. This session will explore how various departments have utilized the technology to save time and money and also detail how drones could become an integral part of infrastructure surveillance.

Speakers

AASHTO

- Program Director for Multimodal Transportation

Los Angeles Department of Transportation

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BNSF Railway

- Director, UAS Program

Port of Long Beach

- Assistant Director of Security

North Carolina Department of Transportation

- UAS Program Manager

Hogan Lovells

- Senior Associate

Topics

Brief presentations from session presenters

Whether it’s being able to inspect a bridge from the air just as easily as from the water or addressing critical infrastructure inspections in an entirely new way, drones are clearly having a significant impact on how infrastructure and transportation departments. Robust data sets delivered by drones are allowing these departments to uncover even deeper levels of insight using artificial intelligence (AI) and many believe that infrastructure inspections will someday be managed by robotic systems. This session will explore how various departments have utilized the technology to save time and money and also detail how drones could become an integral part of infrastructure surveillance.

Whether it’s being able to inspect a bridge from the air just as easily as from the water or addressing critical infrastructure inspections in an entirely new way, drones are clearly having a significant impact on how infrastructure and transportation departments. Robust data sets delivered by drones are allowing these departments to uncover even deeper levels of insight using artificial intelligence (AI) and many believe that infrastructure inspections will someday be managed by robotic systems. This session will explore how various departments have utilized the technology to save time and money and also detail how drones could become an integral part of infrastructure surveillance.

Q&A and Round table Discussions with Presenters

Shayne Gill

AASHTO

- Program Director for Multimodal Transportation

Todd Petersen

Los Angeles Department of Transportation

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Todd Graetz

BNSF Railway

- Director, UAS Program

Michael Goldschmidt

Port of Long Beach

- Assistant Director of Security

Basil Yap

North Carolina Department of Transportation

- UAS Program Manager

Matt Clark

Hogan Lovells

- Senior Associate

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