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Monday, February 20 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Real-Time Communication to the Public

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Real-time communication of important information to the public can be a difficult challenge to overcome. Recently the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) needed to communicate incident and closure information along the Central Texas stretch of the I-35 corridor during its multi- year construction project to widen the highway. To help solve this issue, TxDOT called upon the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). Join this session and find out how TTI is blending the use of a real-time map web application, email, Twitter and SMS to successfully communicate time sensitive information to the public.

Speakers
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Chris Bratlien

Software Applications Developer III, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Chris Bratlien works to understand complex problems and find unique solutions from open source software. He enjoys working on a wide range of projects, often utilizing PHP and single-page JavaScript apps.
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James Moughon

Software Applications Developer III, TTI Communications
James Moughon solves research challenges by making easy-to-use software that engages people. He also loves data visualization and looks forward to the challenge of telling stories with data.

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Monday February 20, 2017 4:00pm - 4:45pm
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