Tom Timcho has been named a principal consultant and senior systems engineer in the Columbus, Ohio office of WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global engineering and professional services organization. In his new position, Mr. Timcho will support federal research efforts as well as state and local deployment and operational projects related to intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and connected/automated vehicles.

Timcho has extensive experience leading design, development, deployment, and evaluation projects for ITS and connected vehicle (CV) systems. He comes to WSP|Parsons Brinkerhoff from the Battelle Memorial Institute, where he served as a CV project manager and senior research scientist. He managed or served as technical lead for several large, multi-discipline/multi-contractor teams tasked to design, build, test, and deploy CV technologies. He also led or supported numerous CV prototype and field demonstration projects, including major components of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Connected Vehicle Safety Pilot model deployment in Ann Arbor, Michigan; multiple USDOT dynamic mobility application (DMA) program prototype deployments, including Seattle, Washington, Columbus, Ohio and Orlando, Florida; and support of  USDOT CV test beds in southeast Michigan, Northern Virginia, and other locations throughout the country.

“Tom has spent his career delivering innovative solutions across industries and brings unparalleled hands-on experience in the development and deployment of connected vehicle technologies,” says Scott Shogan, connected/automated vehicle market leader for WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff. “His addition to our team will strengthen our connected/automated vehicles practice and support the success of our clients.” WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff is involved in connected and automated vehicle technology and the deployment of ITS systems, with expertise in the roadside infrastructure necessary to enable advanced communications and computing for vehicle-to-infrastructure connectivity.

Timcho received a bachelor of science in electronic engineering technology from DeVry Institute of Technology, and a master of science in computer science from Franklin University. He is a member of the Project Management Institute, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and Society of Automotive Engineers.

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