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1 ITS New Mexico Annual Meeting November 4, 2011 Albuquerque, New Mexico

2 ITS America Highlights Added 68 new members in 2010; membership stable and growing in 2011 Smart Solution Spotlight Awards Webinars and distance learning now an ongoing member service Policy and Business Council and Technical Forums growing and active Exciting new work with the US DOT


4 The 18 th World Congress Was the Best Ever More than 7,000 registrants from over 60 countries More than 250 exhibitors showcased cutting edge technology over 350,000 square feet 25 demonstrations – much of the equipment will remain operational First ever Investor Matching service __ co-located meetings More than ___ media hits Florida DOT, U.S. DOT, LYNX and ITS Florida were instrumental to the meeting’s success 4

5 The Program Was Impressive Opening and Closing Ceremonies featured Bill Ford (Ford), Alan Taub (General Motors), and Florida Governor Rick Scott 2 World Congress Plenary Sessions: –ITS Strategies: Spurring Economic Growth through High-Tech Transportation Solutions featured Florida DOT Secretary Prasad and House T&I Chairman Mica –Ingredients for Innovation to Keep the Economy Moving featured U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, Private Industry Leaders 2 Annual Meeting Plenary Sessions: –Safety and the Aging Population featured Deborah Hersman, Chairman, NTSB and David Strickland, NHTSA Administrator –USDOT Plenary featured Deputy Secretary John Porcari and Modal Administrators Forum Showcase on Value of Performance Measures in Managing 21 st Century Systems Leaders in Transportation panel with former Transportation Secretary Peters, former T&I Chairman Oberstar, current T&I Committee members Hultgren and Carnahan Best of ITS Awards Over 200 Executive, Special Interest, Technical/Scientific, and Annual Meeting sessions Networking Events including ITS Florida Discovery Cove and Hollywood Studios Finale

6 The Demos Were Awesome Over 40 companies participated in 25 demos –Mobility; safety; environmental and pricing Many focused on connected vehicles Much of the technology will remain CAMP driver acceptance clinic was successful in promoting the connected vehicle program

7 Lots of Activity on the Exhibit Floor

8 May You Live in Interesting Times... An Update on Washington

9 American Jobs Act and Implications for Transportation $447B total spending, with $60B for transportation $50B up front spending for the DOT –$27B FHWA –$9B FTA –$4B high speed/intercity rail –$2B Amtrak capital program –$2B airport improvement –$1B FAA NextGen $10B for Infrastructure Bank –Support the Kerry/Hutchinson BUILD Act –$5B up front for another round of TIGER grants/TIFIA loans

10 Another Short Term Extension in Place House and Senate reached an agreement on a six month extension that the President has signed (March 31, 2012) Funded at fiscal 2011 levels (@$47B for the full year) –Actual increase above the amount approved in the House budget earlier this year (@$27B)

11 Reauthorization Prospects Unclear Debt ceiling debate has dominated the Congressional agenda House and Senate have written proposals Senate to mark-up a two year bill next week Mr. Mica given the go-ahead to find additional funds Key differences include funding levels and reauthorization timeframe Both sides supportive of ITS and our priorities but noncommittal Condensed timeframe to pass a bill

12 Less money to go around – do more with less as part of a more focused, smaller long-term authorization bill State and local agencies trying to stay afloat Solutions including ITS that reduce costs, improve ROI, and make better use of existing capacity are critical Focus on expanding tolling, PPPs, alternative financing creates opportunities for the ITS industry to partner with public agencies ITS must play a role in an effective VMT-based (or other) user fee system Renewed momentum for connected vehicle technology leading up to potential NHTSA actions in 2013 and 2014 Increased support from environmental community for ITS solutions that improve system efficiency, reduce emissions What does this mean for ITS?


14 14 U.S. ITS Market is $48 Billion

15 U.S. ITS Employment is 180,000 15 445,000 U.S. total jobs in the value chain 3,600 to 6,400 Jobs added each year to U.S. ITS end-use industry through 2015

16 ITS Jobs Pay Well ITS companies reported a 2009 annual average salary of almost $75,000

17 ITS is a Growing Industry 17

18 18 RankState20092015 1 California5.597.73 2 Texas3.815.52 3 Virginia2.413.47 4 Florida2.032.82 5 New York2.22.75 6 Michigan1.82.92 7 Illinois1.752.51 8 Pennsylvania1.632.27 9 New Jersey1.542.05 10 Ohio1.682.32 Top Ten States Total ITS End-use Revenue by State (Billions)

19 19 RankState20092015 1 California54,33060,168 2 Texas33,91937,185 3 Virginia27,24231,230 4 Florida21,97425,224 5 New York19,94822,226 6 New Jersey16,79318,888 7 Maryland16,75317,958 8 Massachusetts16,71618,033 9 Pennsylvania16,69819,029 10 Illinois16,25418,647 Top Ten States Total ITS Employment by State

20 ITS Industry is Innovative While overall patent applications in the U.S. were static, ITS applications grew 17 percent Patent Classes Relevant to ITS include: –Motor vehicles –Electricity: motive power systems –Communications: electrical –Data processing: vehicles, navigation, and relative location 73 percent of ITS revenues in the U.S. attributable to companies with fewer than 500 employees

21 ITS America’s 22nd Annual Meeting and Exposition, National Harbor, Maryland May 21 – 23, 2012 “Smart Transportation: A Future We Can Afford”

22 Washington DC Locale Creates Great Opportunity for Policy Oriented Meeting Access to Capitol Hill and participation by Members and their staff –Transportation authorization legislation –Spectrum related legislation –Appropriations Access to federal agencies and their staff –Connected vehicle program –Traveler information –Sustainability

23 Washington DC Locale Creates Great Opportunity for Policy Oriented Meeting Active participation by state and local governments –Washington technology corridor –AASHTO SSOM meeting –TRB SHARP 2 –State Chapters –Precedential state legislation and deployments Venue for making connections with potential customers and industry and business leaders

24 2012 Annual Meeting Program is Taking Shape Key note: Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox Plenary Sessions –Monday – Federal Perspective –Wednesday – Congressional Perspective More than 40 Executive, Special, Technical/Scientific/Interactive Sessions – earn all your PDHs ITS America Forum Showcase Congressional Fact-Finding Sessions Investor matching service Ursula Burns, Xerox

25 The Exhibition Hall Will Showcase Cutting Edge Technologies State of the art Exhibit Hall 100,000 square feet of exhibits Over 100 companies and organizations participating ITS State Chapters Pavilion Washington Corridor Pavilions highlighting the major initiatives across the three jurisdictions Dedicated Exhibit Hall hours 2/3 of Hall already sold!

26 The Washington Corridor Showcase Important ITS Deployments

27 Capitol Hill Day is Key Wednesday, May 23, 2012 Members of Congress will experience ITS technologies in action during technology demonstrations and exhibit hall tours Congressional fact finding sessions Scheduled Hill visits Special Closing Reception and Technology Fair on the Hill Credit: Jake McGuire

28 You Can’t Afford to Miss It! Showcase ITS solutions to senior Members of Congress and their staff during critical transportation authorization debate Connect with leaders around the country to discuss ITS development and deployment Experience first hand the Washington Corridor of ITS Initiatives— smart transportation here today in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia Experience the most comprehensive exhibition of ITS technologies, services, and solutions in the world Participate in Capitol Hill Day featuring speeches by senior Members of Congress, technology demos, meetings on Capitol Hill, and a closing reception on the Hill

29 Key Dates Exhibit sales have begun Sponsorship opportunities are available Call for papers and presentations announced on October 16, 2011 ( Registration opens___ Hotel rooms will be available ___

30 See you there! Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center May 21 – 23, 2012 National Harbor, Maryland

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