Connected Vehicles & Automated Vehicles
The future of transportation is evolving as connected and automated (autonomous) vehicles (CV/AV) gain momentum...
For 60 years, we’ve been partnering with transportation agencies to deliver their highway infrastructure and capacity improvements. It’s what we do. As we look at the future of CV/AV infrastructure deployments throughout the transportation network, we can play an important role in helping you leverage CV/AV solutions. When you want to improve safety, mobility, and your impact on the environment, our team will help you develop solutions while also enhancing operational efficiency by leveraging rapid technological advances—changes that dramatically alter the future of transportation. Our involvement with original equipment manufacturers, technology companies, regulatory agencies, professional organizations, and CV/AV working groups helps us provide a unique international perspective regarding the evolution of the CV/AV industry. From visioning, programming, and conceptual thinking to planning, designing, implementing, and operating CV/AV solutions, Stantec is your trusted advisor.
- 2 active test beds
- 60%by 2025 inter-connected vehicles
- 75%by 2040 DRIVERLESS vehicles
- $447B US projected annual savings
Senior Vice President, Business Leader, Transportation & Sector Leader, Transit/Rail
Senior Principal, Advanced Transportation Management Systems (ATMS)
Vice President, Regional Business Leader, Transportation (Canada Mountain & Prairie)
Senior Principal, Intelligent Transportation Systems
Conferences & Speaking Engagements
Rod Schebesch shares his thoughts on the impact of emerging technologies, like shared automated vehicles, on our cities and complete streets in this webinar hosted by the National Complete Streets Coalition
Wondering how to prepare for the mobility revolution? Come hear Craig Lewis, David Dixon, and Rod Schebesch at their session “Preparing for the Shared and Autonomous Mobility Revolution” at the IDA 63rd Annual Conference & Tradeshow in Winnipeg, MB, September 12-18th.
Soon enough pedestrians will be impacted by connected autonomous mobility (CAV), learn more at Rod Schebesch’s session “The Impact of CAV on Pedestrians”, September 22 at 9am at the Walk21 conference in Calgary, AB.
Koorosh Olyai will be in Anchorage, AK at the ITS Alaska annual meeting presenting on “Integrated Corridor Management”.
Rod Schebesch, Eric Dunford, Gail Borthwick, and Matt Cable are crossing the pond to present at the Healthy City Design International in London, UK. Their presentation, “Urban planning and global health; visioning the future of world cities” will focus on designing to reduce health inequity in low, middle, and high-income countries.
Koorosh Olyai will be presenting on Mobility On Demand (MOD) – Driverless Electrical Shuttle Buses in Transit and Paratransit at the OTEC Conference in Columbus, OH.
Koorosh Olyai will be presenting on the “New Mobility Era – Affecting Policies, Practices, and Operations” at the Australia & New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative’s 2nd Annual International Driverless Vehicle Summit in Adelaide, South Australia.