Jennifer Cohan Named NOCoE Board Chair
Laurie Matkowski, Gannett Fleming elected Vice Chair and the board adds two new members: Roger Millar, Secretary, Washington Department of Transportation and Mark Lowe, Director, Iowa Department of Transportation
IOT, AV, CV, 4G, 5G, DSRC . . . we are swimming in new ideas and concepts, like one of those infinity pools where you feel like you are on top of the world and the water never ends. But, for TSMO to succeed, we must keep a perspective that allows us to see the broader picture and understand how each of these concepts can assist us to improve the transportation system.
As we hit the half way point of winter, there's a blizzard of resources available around road weather
Often, I get the sense that the general public doesn’t quite understand the connection transportation has with STEM and future career opportunities. A recent (and familiar) example is a parent who heard about the concept of the transportation workforce and said: “With no disrespect to bus drivers, but I don’t want my child to become a bus driver." We haven’t done a great job of reaching out to our communities to inform them of the plethora of potential careers and jobs to be found in transportation, in general, but TSMO more specifically.
Being a Ph.D.
It is not my first time attending TRB conference. If the previous experiences were good, attending it with National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) makes it absolutely excellent! As the winner of the NOCoE ePortfolio Award, I am so grateful and honored to be recognized in the conference. Back at home in Alabama for a few days, I have been able to quiet down and reflect on the experience.
The What, Why, and How of Cybersecurity for Information Technology and Operational Technology - February 8, 2018 at 1pm ET
This webinar will cover the basics of cybersecurity to help agencies differentiate the similarities and unique aspects between Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT).
The TRB 2018 annual meeting demonstrated the importance of knowledge sharing across our entire industry. But it also proved, to me, just how strong the needle is moving in the area of TSMO.
There are a plethora of TSMO focused activities at TRB next week. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you stay TSMO focused while in Washington, DC: