What's New at CCDoTT
51st Annual Transportation Research Forum March 22, 2013
The CCDoTT conducted two workshops/panel sessions in conjunction with the 51st Annual Transportation Research Forum on March 22, 2013 at the Doubletree hotel in Annapolis, MD. With a conference focused on academic research, this opened CCDoTT to a new audience of transportation professionals from across the nation.
Two panel sessions were held, one on our overall Agile Port and High Speed Ship Technologies program, and a second with a special emphasis on our America’s Marine Highways research.
Our thanks go out to the staff of the Transportation Research Forum who made this event happen.
The Agenda, detailed Summary Report, and presentations are provided in the links below.
Summary Report CCDoTT East Coast Conference
- Panel Abstract: CCDoTT Agile Port and High Speed Ship Technologies
- Panel Abstract: CCDoTT America’s Marine Highways Program: System Services, Vessel Concepts, Technology Applications, Economics and Economic Modelin
- Handout: “New Waterjets Could Propel LCS to Greater Speeds”. Office of Naval Research. Story Number: NNS130205-08. February 5, 2013
- Center for the Commercial Deployment of Transportation Technologies
Mr. Stan Wheatley, CCDoTT
Mr. Steven Hinds, CCDoTT
- Agile Port and High Speed Ship Technologies
- Agile Port System Program Overview
Mr. Ed Savacool/Enterprise Management Systems
- Port Resumption and Resiliency – A National Need
Mr. Blair Garcia/Parsons Brinkerhoff
- Strategies for Recovering from Disruptions in Port Operations
Dr. Anastassios Chassiakos/CSULB
- Evolution of Agile Port Electric Transport
Dr. Ken James/CSULB
- Video file: ECCO System Demonstration at General Atomics Test Track
- Video file: Linear Synchronous Motor on Guideway
- Video file: Linear Synchronous Motor Bogie Demonstrator at CSULB
- CCDoTT America’s Marine Highways Program: System Services, Vessel Concepts, Technology Applications, Economics and Economic Modeling
- Ship Designs and Operational Concepts for America’s Marine Highways
Richard W. Thorpe, Herbert Engineering Corp.
- Trimaran Technologies for American Marine Highway and Sealift Dual Use
Dr. Igor Mizine, CSC Advanced Marine Center
- Marine Highways System Evaluation Model
Dr. Matt Tedesco, Tedesco Consulting
- CCDoTT Backdrop