Second Annual Symposium on Transportation Informatics

August 4th & 5th, 2016 - George Mason University, Arlington Campus - Arlington, Virginia


The Second Annual Symposium on Transportation Informatics provides an opportunity for stakeholders in the big data and transportation analytics sectors to gain recognition and visibility through various sponsorship opportunities. Sponsorships at this event are a particularly unique opportunity to engage and create lasting relationships with an audience of industry, government and academic professionals, all working in the booming transportation informatics field.

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  • 4/7/16
    Seabury Airline Planning Group (APG) is a highly specialized management consulting firm focusing exclusively on aviation planning and management. The firm’s tight focus is designed to serve clients who demand detailed, thoughtful and responsive analysis. Seabury APG brings advanced yet practical expertise to airlines, airport authorities, equipment manufacturers, policy makers and others in the aviation industry, helping its aviation clients to react quickly and accurately to changing industry conditions, and to implement the most effective strategies and tactics.
  • 4/7/16
    The Institute for Sustainable Transportation and Logistics (ISTL) serves as an umbrella which brings together faculty and students from all across the University at Buffalo interested in transportation and logistics research. ISTL is jointly led by the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the School of Management (SOM), and houses research programs focused on transportation, logistics and Supply-Chain Management (SCM), will offer a new interdisciplinary master’s degree (along with a certificate) in Sustainable Transportation and Logistics, and engages in outreach for community engagement and fostering partnerships with governmental agencies, industry, and other academic institutions (both domestic as well as international). 
  • 4/7/16
    OST-R is part of the USDOT's Office of the Secretary of Transportation (OST) and comprises all of the program offices, statistics and research activities previously administered by the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA).  OST-R is a dynamic, world-class transportation resource with broad technical and institutional expertise not replicated elsewhere - with a mission to transform transportation by expanding the base of knowledge to make America’s transportation system safer, more competitive and sustainable.