CalAmp, ITS America, AT&T and City of New York Meet to Advance Intelligent Road Safety Solutions
CalAmp® (Nasdaq: CAMP), a technology solutions pioneer transforming the global connected economy, today announced the company’s President and Chief Executive Officer,
Michael Burdiek will participate on a panel with industry leaders from AT&T, ITS America and the City of New York to discuss how public and private sector companies and organizations can leverage state-of-the-art telematics, data analytics and intelligent mobility technology to address challenges in road safety.
The Being Bold Through Tech-Enabled Partnerships thought leadership panel will take place on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at the Together for Safer Roads (TSR) annual membership meeting and will be moderated by Robin Chase, Co-Founder and Former CEO of Zipcar. Panelists will include:
Shailen Bhatt, President & CEO, ITS America
Michael Burdiek, President & Chief Executive Officer, CalAmp
Brian Greaves, Product Management, AT&T IoT Solutions
Representative from the City of New York
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“Government agencies and transportation safety organizations have the daunting task of addressing serious road safety challenges that directly impact government workforces and the evolving driver and driverless roadway environment,” said Michael Burdiek, president and chief executive officer for CalAmp. “There is a tremendous opportunity to drive synergy between public sector agencies and private technology companies dedicated to distracted driving avoidance solutions and advancing post-crash response, along with other road safety technologies that can improve mobility and save lives.”
“The goal of the tech-enabled partnerships panel is to bring together leaders from public and private institutions to open up a dialogue on how they can collaborate to accelerate the adoption of road safety technologies,” said David Braunstein, president of TSR. “By bringing together leaders from both sectors, we’ll look to inspire new ways to think about how we can work together to advance the deployment of intelligent mobility solutions and move the needle closer to the vision of zero deaths on the world’s roads.”