2018 Vendor Show

Welcome to the registration page for the CO/WY ITE Section’s 2018 Annual Vendor Show.

As a reminder, this Friday, January 19 is the 2018 Annual CO/WY ITE Vendor Show.

Online registration has been re-opened!
(scroll down, below the vendor logos)
Walk-up registrations are welcome.

If you do plan to walk-in for the 11am-2pm Vendor Show, please arrive between 11 am and 1pm to register with credit card or PayPal account at the door.

If you already signed up for the 9:30am technical presentations, you will have received an email with additional information before the show. Due to space limitations, walk-ins for the technical presentations will only be accepted on a waiting list basis. If you are interested in joining the wait list, email vendorshow@cowyite.org and we will let you know by Thursday evening if an opening is expected.

Thank you again to our vendors (see logos below) and all attendees for supporting the CO/WY ITE Scholarship Fund.

 

Details
Who: Public and private traffic engineers, technicians, and decision makers should attend
What: Technical Presentation and Vendor/Trade Show with Lunch at hors d’oeuvres stations
Where: Lamar Street Center, 5889 Lamar St, Arvada, CO 80003
When: Date: Friday January 19, 2018

Timeline:
9:00am-1:00pm – Registration Desk Open
9:00am-9:30am – Networking Time with Coffee and Pastries Sponsored by Traffic Signal Controls
9:30am-11:00am – Technical Presentations (Confirmed attendees only. More information below)
11:00am-2:00pm – Vendor Show Floor Open to all attendees, including lunch and cash bar

Technical Presentations (order subject to change):

Title Presenter Description
Benefits of UAV and LiDAR in Transportation Ascent Geomatics Solutions Ascent Geomatics Solutions has been utilizing cutting-edge technology to change the way geospatial data is collected, analyzed, and delivered for the transportation and civil infrastructure industries. Through the utilization of UAVs (drones) and LiDAR (3D laser scanning), we have been able to greatly increase the accuracy and efficiency while also providing an overall safer method for collecting data.
Passive pedestrian detection for signals and midblock AM Signal, Inc. FLIR has some new products that being installed in Denver, Araphahoe County, and Boulder. These products use thermal imaging to pick up pedestrians. For signals, these sensors can not only place a call to the controller, but also allow for a dynamic clearance time based on walking speed or a given number of pedestrians. In regards to midblocks, these sensors are used for advance detection on bicycle paths, RRFB s, and HAWK signals. They will integrate with any RRFB or Hawk manufacturer and track the pedestrian safely through the crossing until they have reached the other side. This dynamic walk time allows for slower pedestrians as well as folks that need more time to cross.
Elecsys Corporation Light Guard Pulse and Obstruction Light Monitoring Elecsys Corporation This will be a quick introduction to the Elecsys Corporation Unique Patented Light Guard Pulse product which brings control to Street lighting systems through a smart economical patented solution which is cost sensitive to the DOT/ Muni market. The Product is unique in the approach of a simplistic non labor intensive solution that takes a different route to Street lighting Control in comparison to other conventional street lighting control systems manufacturers.
City & County of Denver’s Connected/Autonomous (CAV) Pilot Program Check-In City and County of Denver Beyond the concept; a check-in with Denver’s CAV infrastructure pilot deployment outlining some the of the challenges faced so far, and how the team is navigating them.

Event Questions:  Email vendorshow@cowyite.org

Thank you to our participating vendors (Not all shown).

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