American webinar explains AI for Intelligent Transport Systems

The US Department of Transportation’s Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Programs Office Free Public Webinar Series has announced a session on Wednesday regarding the Artificial Intelligence (AI) for ITS Programme that is available to UK viewers.

The JPO says its AI for ITS Program’s vision is to advance next generation transportation systems and services by leveraging “trustworthy, ethical AI (including Machine Learning) for safer, more efficient, and accessible movement of people and goods”. This webinar aims to build programme awareness and obtain public input by informing stakeholders and interested parties of the program’s research efforts, progress, and next steps.

The webinar starts at 6pm UK time and will be 90 minutes in length, covering a variety of relevant issues. The AI for ITS Programme’s goal is to cost effectively build and deploy AI for ITS capabilities in real-world modal use. Therefore, the USDOT says, it anticipates a future research and development investment for multiple pilot deployments.The first webinar in the series aims to raise awareness of the AI for ITS Program, its past accomplishments, and future efforts. Specifically, the first webinar will:

  • Summarise completed program activities and outcomes and how those are being used to shape the future of the program;
  • Raise awareness of publicly available documents based on the program’s past 18 months’ worth of research in AI for ITS;
  • Share information on anticipated next steps for the programme; and
  • Discuss the upcoming Request for Information (RFI) in AI for ITS.

This webinar is part of a series of webinars USDOT is hosting relating to AI for ITS. To learn more about upcoming webinars, register for future email announcements here.

For more information on the AI for ITS Program, please visit the ITS Research – Emerging and Enabling Technologies here.

For more information on the ITS JPO and current sponsored programs, please visit:

Sign up for the webinar here.

(Picture – US DOT)


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