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2020 NCDOT Transportation Summit - Data in the Autonomous and Connected World (Part 2)

Eric Boyette
Secretary and State Chief Information Officer at North Carolina Department of Information Technology
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2020 Transportation Summit
January 8, 2020, Raleigh, NC, USA
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Day 1 General Session 2. (Part 2)

"Data in an Autonomous and Connected World"

Moderator: Hugh Overholt, NC Board of Transportation

Featuring:

Eric Boyette; Secretary and State Chief Information officer; NC Dept. of Information Technology

Venkat Motupalli; Business Development and Capture Manager, Amazon Web Services

TJ Costello; Global Director for Cities, Communities, and Transportation, Cisco

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Eric Boyette
Secretary and State Chief Information Officer at North Carolina Department of Information Technology
Venkat Motupalli
Business Development and Capture, Worldwide Public Sector at AWS
TJ Costello
Global Director Cities & Transportation at Cisco

I've led big improvements in cost, time, and quality using new technologies and optimized processes. Over the past couple years I helped stand up and scale a new government agency. We dramatically increased positive customer engagement, and even won an award. Some people know me because I build and run analytics teams and operations. That award I mentioned before was for Business Intelligence and Predictive Analytics. I'm actually a data scientist and engineer by training. Mostly I create and develop effective teams. I've grown my organization everywhere I've worked, and my folks always go on to contribute significantly to the organization. Two of my hires even succeeded me in senior roles when I moved on.

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Growing up in a large family (4 brothers and 2 sisters), you could say I was thrust into management at an earlier age, solving problems in a team environment was a daily occurrence. Fast forward to today, my team and I deliver technology-driven solutions that transform our communities. Helping others succeed is a passion of mine and a key characteristic I look for in team members. I am excited to work with leaders, partners and customers to change the world.

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From pre-program devices unmanage, not connected that are alone and you're the only person at the intersection and the light hasn't changed, right? So, so it and it now you'd have to add and other sensors to be able to change that light and become aware of it, but one of the first things almost uniformly, connecting up and centralizing the management of their traffic, sit Management systems and then they're adding in other sensors to get additional data and

granularity to to adjust it and study it, needed more more ways. But tomorrow today, this afternoon that's where I would start. So good, a good, a good Baseline to is smart, street lights are definitely. Hey, if you're if you're going to start from zero, that's probably going to be your first project. But make sure you do take a good like really searching, inventory of what data you have. Because a lot of times, you know, the knee-jerk is, I we don't have bad data, but you can usually there's a lot more data than you think you have. And a little bit of

engineering, a little bit of work, will create a few sites that will let you deploy those smart streetlights better or decide? Hey, it's not going to be smart streetlights. It's going to be this or that and it's going to help you and it's going to help you engage with your constituents better. you're the one that I see quite regularly use iWatch customers, put a study out, and it's study based on a lot of historical data and it can take 12 24 months, Things have changed. And so you're better off back

to my earlier, getting started, connecting up learning building in the value of the date in and what you can do in making adjustments, change the timing of the lights. And, you know, based on the data you have, it doesn't work changing again, right? I mean, it's, it's, it's, it's, it's simpler than people make it out to be. You have to do it. I want to be very clear. You got to follow safety procedures and I'm not, I'm not trying to be casual and Cavalier about it, there's a whole process, you should follow. But simple, doesn't mean, you don't know. These are people driving their

lives at stake. So I don't want to be. I want to be very conscious of that and end But that would be my recommendation. Do have another question. If not, it's not, we have a question. So by show of hands, how many of you have an autonomous vehicle? How about a connected vehicle? Okay, so now will you think differently about how you use these vehicles? And the technology is inside of these vehicles. So we done our job. Well, we want to thank you. Thanks everybody.

Thanks you. You've done a great job. I thank you for welcoming our panel. I'm not going to be very long, but I do want to just tell you, give you a little instruction, we're ending up a little early today, which means we're going to be ahead of the food and the beverage downstairs. So I won't encourage you can go on down there. Look at the exhibits walk around. Socialize, a little bit but know that they're still going to be up if you get down there right away but I don't want to

keep you here just to keep you here but I do want to remind you. We start again in the morning the exhibits around 7 breakfast at 7:30 we're having a North Carolina Board of transportation meeting tomorrow morning. At 8, should be just a very brief meeting but we do have a business that we need to conduct but will be back in here in time for the first session. So I hope that you will all have enjoyed today. As I have, I think I heard about 30 different versions out in the hall today about the first presentation and it, and they all ran along the lines of that was

exhilarating and terrifying. And I think that's very true for anyone in any business, but particularly people in transportation because we don't have the infrastructure ready to be able to accommodate them, or for them to operate safely or efficiently. So that's why this is so important. That's why your presence here, your input here. You're asking, good questions, you going back to your communities and having these discussions in your communities is important. I would certainly encourage you.

We're going to have all of this posted online. You go back to your communities. Tell someone to watch a part of it that you thought was particularly insightful or answered a lot of questions for you. So that's what this is all about. It's a summit is bringing People together and all the knowledge does not reside up here on the stage. It, it resides in the whole room. So we appreciate your involvement, your participation, and thank you for the day, enjoy the reception in the dinner tonight, please take your time among the exhibitors and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow. Thank you very

much.

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