June 2016 Meeting Announcement – “Intelligent Transportation – How Mature is it Really?”


Our June 2016 TexITE Dallas Section meeting will be held on Friday, June 10, 2016 at Halff Associates in Richardson.

Online registration is due no later than 11:00 AM, Thursday, June 9. Please register here
Topic: “Intelligent Transportation – How Mature is it Really?”
Speaker: Mike McNair – Automation and Intelligent Systems Division Head at The University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute (UTARI)

McNair - HeadshotMike McNair joined the Research Institute in October 2013 overseeing the research in Unmanned Systems and Social/Assistive Robotic Technologies. He has a successful career in the development and management of research and engineering endeavors, working for several defense contract companies before moving into academia at UTARI.  He is engaged in AUVSI events, having presented at prior conferences and actively participates in his local chapter. His current work includes business planning, collaboration and partnering, proposal development, and project oversight in unmanned systems, intelligent systems, and assistive technology domain areas. Mike has a B.S. in Physics from Texas A&M University, an M.S. in Systems Engineering from The George Washington University and holds a current Project Management Professional certification from the Project Management Institute.

The costs for the lunch are as follows:
$20 – Paid Section Member with RSVP
$25 – Non-Members (Or members who fail to RSVP)
$0 – Student

The lunch line will open at 11:30 AM and the presentation will begin shortly after noon. We will have a menu of BBQ beef, chicken, and VEGETARIAN LASAGNA from Eddie Deen’s BBQ.

Be sure to check membership status of each attendee before writing a corporate or group check.