Saturday, March 19, 2011 at 8:30 AM - Sunday, March 20, 2011 at 5:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
TransportationCamp is a weekend-long unconference bringing together transportation professionals, civic technologists, and others interested in the intersection of urban transportation and technology.
is a major metropolitan issue, with direct impacts on economic
strength, environmental sustainability, and social equity. Recent
advances in technology (“web 2.0”, mobile computing, open source
software, open data and APIs, and spatial analysis) present an
opportunity to improve mobility more immediately and at a lower cost
than has ever been possible in the past.
TransportationCamp will raise awareness of this opportunity and build connections between disparate innovators in public administration, transportation operations, information design, and software engineering.
TransportationCamp will bring together thinkers and doers in the fields of transportation and technology for a weekend of learning, debating, connecting, and creating.
(Can't make it to TransportationCamp West? Check out TransportationCamp East in NYC, March 5-6, 2011)
This is not a traditional conference: in addition to talks and presentations from big names in transportation and technology, TransportationCamp will provide an opportunity for every attendee to be a participant in shaping and leading the event. Be prepared to get involved, meet people, and get busy.
Session topics and activities will be suggested by attendees and organizers leading up to the event. So far, we’ve collected suggestions for over twenty possible topics, ranging from realtime information to legal issues. Add your ideas here: http://transportationcamp.org/topics/
Sponsor a meal or reception and support the TransportationCamp community. See details on sponsorship packages at http://transportationcamp.org/support
- 8am: Registration, Networking Breakfast
- 9am-5:30pm: Keynotes, unconference sessions, networking, transportation hacking!
- Open Group Dinners
- 8pm: Ignite #Transpo
- 9:30am – 3:30pm: Keynotes, unconference sessions, transportation hacking!
- 4pm: Walk to Happy Hour
* Lunch will be served on both days.
Keep in touch:
- Visit http://transportationcamp.org/topics/ and suggests topics and activities for TransportationCamp.
- Follow @TranspoCamp on Twitter and the TranspoCamp Event News blog to get event and community updates.
- Watch, follow and reblog opentransportation on Tumblr.
- Tag tweets, photos, blog posts, etc. with the event hashtag: #transpo
See you there!
TransportationCamp is brought to you by OpenPlans, with generous support from:
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