The Great Lakes Transportation Enterprise Institute (GLTEI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting safe, efficient, and cost-effective highway and other surface transportation in Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region through innovative research and development. GLTEI’s goal is to develop a top tier organization that can successfully collaborate nationally and internationally by leveraging the collective strengths of the Great Lakes Region’s public and private transportation sectors. We aim to create partnerships for innovation, green technology and work force sustainability that exemplify triple helix (government-university-industry) organizational development.
THE CHALLENGE - Creating ideas, products and services to develop smarter, cleaner, more energy efficient technology to improve our transportation future.
The dates for the 2014 Wisconsin-based GLTEI Industry Partners Showcases have been confirmed:
TUESDAY, March 18, 2014
UW-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education
161 West Wisconsin Ave, Suite 6000
Milwaukee, WI 53203
THURSDAY, July 17, 2014
Madison Area (Location: TBD)
In coordination with ITS Wisconsin Evening Madison Mallards Game
WEDNESDAY, October 1, 2014
UW-Madison Union South
1308 West Dayton Street
Madison, WI 53715
In coordination with ITS Wisconsin ITS Forum on October 2nd (same location)
GLTEI members, If you are attending the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., please join us at the Wisconsin Transportation Reception on Sunday, January 12, 2014 from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
Special thanks to the following companies for participating in the October 30th Industry Partners Showcase:
Also, special thanks to Marquette University for hosting the event and to those who attended the evening reception.
The Great Lakes Transportation Enterprise Institute (GLTEI) hosted a Transportation Technology Awareness Exposition with member technology and material displays at the Wisconsin State Capitol on May 15th. Special thanks to the organizations and companies that participated:
View from 2nd Floor
State Senator Jerry Petrowski driving UW-Madison Desktop Simulator