Crowd-sourced cloud-stored high-definition mapping continues to revolutionize how autonomous vehicles will navigate cites. These same technologies can provide a comprehensive picture of demand for electric vehicle charging and shared-ride services, too. Join our panel of experts to learn what’s in store from Woven Planet, NearMap, and the Autonomy Institute in this evolving and maturing space. This event is made possible thanks to generous support from Verizon.
At this event, you’ll have an opportunity to gain insights into how digital mapping will be delivered in the Pacific Northwest, identify business opportunities and new use cases, and understand the impacts of digital mapping on existing legacy mobility services and infrastructure owners. Digital mapping is defining how machines view the world and these technologies change how we see the vast opportunities that exist in the future of connected mobility and energy services.
INRIX Welcome Bryan Mistele
ACES Northwest Network Welcome Bruce Agnew and Scott Kuznicki
Presentations Featuring Ethan Sorrelgreen (Woven Planet), Nicole Maier (NearMap), and Jeff DeCoux with the Autonomy Institute
Panel Discussion Featuring questions from our in-person audience
Upcoming Event Previews Our return to in-person events begins with this first seminar in our 2022 Seminar Series, the Building Blocks of ACES. Join us in May for an event focused on how consumer 5G is advancing digital equity and laying the groundwork for a more connected world.
Since 2017, Bruce has served as Director of the ACES NW Network based in Seattle and Bellevue, Washington. The Network is dedicated to the acceleration of ACES (Autonomous-Connected-Electric-Shared) technology in Northwest transportation for the movement of people and goods. ACES is co-chaired by Tom Alberg, Co-Founder and managing partner of Madrona Venture Group in Seattle and Bryan Mistele, CEO/Co-Founder of INRIX global technology in Kirkland. In 2022, Bruce became the director of the newly created Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER) Regional Infrastructure Accelerator. Initial funding for the Accelerator has come from the Build America Bureau of the USDOT. PNWER is a statutory public/private nonprofit created in 1991 by the U.S. states of Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, and Washington and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan and the territories of the Northwest Territories and the Yukon. PNWER has 16 cross-border working groups for common economic and environmental initiatives.
Research Fellow, Cascadia Center for Regional Development
Scott O. Kuznicki is the two-time recipient of the Transportation Futures Fellowship with the Discovery Institute's Cascadia Center for Regional Development. Across the six-year program, Scott is conducting research related to transportation policy and operations with an emphasis on human factors and machine learning, technology integration related to automated vehicle operations, and the long-term sustainability of the transportation system overall. His particular research focus is the economic opportunity and sustainability afforded by world-class motorway systems. Scott is the President and Managing Engineer at Modern Traffic Consultants, the Associate Director of the ACES Northwest Network, and the founder of the International Motorway Institute.
Thursday, March 31, 2022 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM
INRIX Kirkland Office 10210 NE Points Dr Suite 400 Kirkland, WA 98033