Intergraph and Intelligent Transportation by 2JoQJo


									Intergraph and Intelligent Transportation

           Joe K. Gillis, Jr. - SG&I PSG North America

Welcome and Introduction

My Interest in Intelligent Transportation (ITS)
 College background
    – Civil Engineering (BS and MS degrees) co-specialized in
 Intergraph background
    – Proposals (GIS, Civil Engineering, Utilities),
    – Certification, development and support (CAD/Records)

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What is Intelligent Transportation?

ITS uses technology instead of infrastructure to:
 Increase traffic flow
 Decrease congestion
 Reduce fuel costs
 Improve public safety
 Decrease emergency vehicle response time

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Examples of ITS Technology

 Transportation Management
  Center (TMC)
 Ramp Metering Controllers
 Traffic Cameras
 Highway segment speed
 Traffic Signal Controllers

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ITS Images

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ITS Deliverables

ITS provides information to the Public
 Dynamic Message Signs (DMS)
 Traveler Advisory Radio
 Web Traffic Information Portal
 Cell Phone/PDA Alerts
ITS provides information to CAD/EMA
 Detection and Verification of major incidents
 Video surveillance and analysis for suspects/offenders
 Override automatic routing of emergency vehicles
 When to Close or Open roads or Force Green Lights

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ITS Deliverables (more)

CAD/EMA uses the ITS to provide information to the Public
 Advance notice of major incidents, expected delays, road
  closures/alternative routes
 Weather Bulletins
 Amber Alerts (Missing persons)
 Homeland Security (Terrorist attack)

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Sample Web ITS Application

 Georgia’s
   –   Incidents
   –   Message Signs
   –   Cameras
   –   Average

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Benefits of Intelligent Transportation

Problems to Solve: (study period since 1982)
 Annual delay per rush hour period per traveler has tripled
 Annual fiscal cost of traffic congestion has quadrupled
 Annual wasted fuel from idling engines is 5.6 billion gallons
Measured Benefits:
 Accidents reduced 24 to 50% while increasing speeds by 13 to 48%.
 Advanced traffic surveillance and signal control systems have resulted
   in travel time improvements ranging from 8 to 25%.
 Traffic management systems, have reduced crashes by 24 to 50%
   while handling 8 to 22% more traffic at speeds 13 to 48% faster than
   pre-existing congested conditions.
 Incident management programs can reduce delays associated with
   congestion caused by incidents on highways by 10 to 45%.

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What is the Position of Intergraph?

Intergraph’s Mission
   “To enable businesses and governments to make better
   and faster operational decisions, to have technology that
   enables them to make the world safer …. They create
   intelligent maps, manage assets and infrastructure,
   dispatch emergency services to those in need.”

Intergraph’s Goal: ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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 “The Intelligent Transportation Industry
    Offers Intergraph Corporation an
Opportunity to Execute our Mission while
       Accomplishing our Goals.”

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Reorganization: Bringing it all together

      “The new Security, Government and
   Infrastructure (SG&I) division offers a good
        opportunity to pull together existing
   applications and solutions, create a synergy
     between them and branch out in to new
               related applications.”

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Public Safety & Government (IPS)

Goal: Provide the premier lifecycle solution for
transportation and critical infrastructure incident management
 ITS Application
   – Emergency Incident Management and Detection Systems
 Current Solutions
   –   Computer Aided Dispatch (911/Emergency Response)
   –   InService (Outage Response)
   –   Video Analyst/Forensic Analyst (Video analysis tools)
   –   InterCAD (CAD to TMC)
 Customer base: Almost 100 customers worldwide for CAD
   – ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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Transportation and Photogrammetry (IMGS)

Goal: Provide a superior solution for incident and congestion
management and traveler information
 ITS Application
   – Web Portals for road and highway network information
 Current Solutions
   – Transportation Solutions Group
   – Geo Media Web Portal Solutions
   – Geo Media Transportation Manager/Analyst
 Key Customers:
   – South Carolina DOT: Hurricane evacuation traffic management
   – Kansas DOT and Manitoba Transportation: Roadway Information
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Federal Solutions (ISG)

Goal: Provide Contracts/Consulting for State Departments of
Transportation (DOTs).
 Current Solution
   – Intelliwhere GPS location-based services
 Key Customer: ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***
          “ISG helped Intergraph be named the
           26th largest Government Technology
                 Contractor in the country.”

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Intelligent Transportation Industry Status

Large Integrators: (Tier Zero) – potential to partner
 Jacobs
 General Dynamics
 Northrup Gruman
 Siemens

Departments of Transportation (Tier Zero/One) – potential to influence
 Some ITS implementation in-house;
 Sub-contact out portions to consultants

ITS Software/Services Providers (Tier One) – potential to compete
 TransCore
 Iteris
 TransDyn
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ITS Industry Status (more)

Traditional Civil Engineering (CE) Firms (Tier One) - potential to learn
 Kimley-Horn and Associates
 Edwards and Kelcey
 Wilbur Smith Associates
 Gresham, Smith & Partners
 PB Farradyne

Civil/Transportation Consulting Firms (Tier Two) - potential to delegate
 Dozens of smaller CE firms

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Who are the ITS Customers?

 Domestic Customers
   – Existing Intergraph CAD Customers w/o ITS – Sell ITS
     SW/Services and integration with our CAD system
   – Existing ITS from Other Vendors w/o CAD – Sell Intergraph CAD
     SW/Services and integration with their existing ITS
   – New Prospects to sell both CAD and ITS as well as other SG&I
     products such as an integrated Homeland Security solution
 International Customers
   – Countries/Regions with ITS Organizations: Canada, Australia,
     Europe, Japan, Singapore and, South America (These match up
     with our International CAD customer base.)
   – Emerging Nations with large potential: China and India

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CAD customers with ITS:

 ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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CAD Customers without ITS

 ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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Locations w/o Intergraph CAD or ITS

 ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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Who are the Decision Makers?

 State DOT’s
 Regional Planning Commissions
 City and County Engineering Departments

      “These are the ones to whom to make the pitch for
       Intergraph’s set of Homeland Security Solutions”

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ITS Project Financial Resources

 Congressional Budgeting via Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy For
  Users (TEA-LU).
 Federal matching Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds
  – by showing how ITS can reduce air pollution and/or improve air
 Homeland Security funds – ITS specifications must be addressed
 Private/Public Partnerships – with Local television news media (traffic
  cameras) and Local businesses (fiber optic cable)
 Local Government bond issue – show taxpayers how dollars will be
  saved by consumers and the government after ITS implementation
 Toll Roads – Rapid-pay speed pass technology is actually a segment
  of ITS that helps pay for itself directly

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Recommended ITS Approach

 Organize a ‘Tiger Team’: Public Safety and Local Government,
  Federal Solutions and Transportation and Photogrammetry - common
  working solution. And common mapping platform – likely GeoMedia.
 Participate in ITS America (Intergraph is a member of ITS Georgia –
  the nearest state chapter)
 Establish University connections
 ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***
 Participate in ITS XML Standards definition and development
  activities. Traffic Management Data Dictionary (TMDD) and External
  Traffic Management Center Communications (MS/ETMCC).
 Write and publish articles and white papers in related industry trade

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Recommended ITS Approach…(cont.)

 ***DELETED/Proprietary Information***

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 Intelligent Transportation is an industry that utilizes the diverse
  capabilities of Intergraph and its customer base to accomplish our
  corporate mission and goals
 Intelligent Transportation fits into the larger Homeland Security Market
 Intelligent Transportation solutions help our customers, current and
  future, provide faster emergency response, disseminate critical
  information to the public, save governments money and increase the
  mobility of its citizens
 Intelligent Transportation dollars are available to our customer base
  domestically and abroad
 Intelligent Transportation System demand will only increase in the near

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