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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles: Big Data Challenges and Opportunities


The deployment of Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Technologies presents tremendous opportunities for enhancing safety, improving mobility, ensuring efficient operations of our infrastructure, and planning for future needs. However, these opportunities are premised on the cooperation of industry and government in advancing interoperability and in addressing issues such as data ownership, privacy and security. OmniAir Consortium, the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for V2X communications is helping to address these issues together with our members in the United States and around the world in cooperation with owners and operators of infrastructure. OmniAir's independent testing and certification programs are designed to help address conformance, interoperability, and security.


Jason Conley serves as the Executive Director of OmniAir Consortium, the leading industry association promoting interoperability for connected vehicles, tolling, and intelligent transportation systems. OmniAir's members include automotive OEMs, Tier One Suppliers, device manufacturers and software developers, test labs and tool providers, and deploying agencies from around the world. Jason has over 15 years of experience in transportation and security technologies. He joined OmniAir directly from MorphoTrust USA, an identity solutions and services provider, where he led the organization's Government Affairs team. Jason has also served in senior roles in the Transportation Security Administration, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, and the shared mobility start-up, Avego (now Carma). Jason earned his law degree at the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America, and an undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University. He is a member of the Virginia State Bar.