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ITS, Connected Vehicles and Autonomy - How Do They Fit Together?


0930 - 1000


Automotive technology advancements are happening everyday for both connected and autonomous vehicles, but how do these advancements work together to improve transportation? This question will be addressed in detail and provide a vision on how these two technology sectors can work together to create safer, more efficient vehicles.



  Greg Krueger, connected vehicle program manager, SAIC

Greg Krueger is the Connected Vehicle Program Manager for SAIC.  He is presently the mManager of the US DOT V2V and V2I Technology Test Bed where he oversees the day-to-day operations and technology enhancements for the original Proof of Concept facility.  Greg is also leading SAICs efforts supporting UMTRI for the Safety Pilot Model Deployment effort in Ann Arbor and is supporting a variety of the US DOT Dynamic Mobility Applications (DMA) programs.  Prior to joining SAIC, Greg served as Michigan Department of Transportation’s (MDOT’s) Program Manager for the statewide Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) program, overseeing all development, deployment, operations and maintenance of ITS throughout the State of Michigan.  

Greg Krueger is the 2008 AASHTO President’s Award recipient for Highway Traffic and Safety, the former chair of the ITS America IntelliDrive Task Force and is working within the TRB ITS Committee to develop a Connected Vehicle sub-committee, focused on documenting independent connected vehicle resources from around the country.

Mr. Krueger received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University and his Masters of Science degree in Civil Engineering, with an emphasis on Traffic Engineering from Texas A&M University.