January 21, 2020
A SEMI-MSIG & Smart Mobility Hosted Webinar
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Online, Pacific Time,
The term “smart infrastructure” encompasses a variety of different technologies to improve roadway safety, reduce congestion and cut emissions. The impending introduction of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) is an important factor for governments to consider when planning investment in new infrastructure. Several technologies are being introduced into roadway construction with the goal of delivering increased connectivity, efficiency, and safety for drivers and local residents. Intelligent systems are possible only with high-quality data. One sensor example is advanced video detection cameras with camera-based (edge) analytics bringing intelligence to our infrastructure, while at the same time reducing system complexity and costs.
The Webinar will discuss the benefits of camera-based (edge) analytics with embedded security, and how video-based detection brings intelligence to highway and urban infrastructure, including traffic management, thereby increasing safety, efficiency, and overall quality of life.
Frank Sgambati is director of business development - for the North America region. He is responsible for establishing and managing relationships with external stakeholders, with the objective to drive sales initiatives and go-to-market plan to complement and support Bosch Connected Solutions. He focuses specifically on defining and executing go-to-market strategies for connected communities and smart infrastructure solutions with internal Bosch business units and external partners. He works with state, municipality and private developer stakeholders to understand initiatives, and then develops strategy to design, build and deliver digital solutions. Mr. Sgambati is responsible for spearheading the strategy and collaboration for connected community solutions for mobility, infrastructure, energy and security.
Since joining Bosch in 1998, Mr. Sgambati has held a variety of positions with increasing responsibility in engineering, marketing, and management in the U.S., the U.K., and Germany, including several positions as project manager and regional key account manager. His most recent position was director of marketing for the Chassis System Controls division of Robert Bosch LLC. Prior to joining Bosch, Sgambati held various engineering and manufacturing positions at other industrial companies.
Mr. Sgambati earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Mich.
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