KCI welcomes Martha Morecock Eddy as corporate practice leader for transportation technologies. She will be responsible for leading KCI’s entry into the connected and autonomous vehicle market, a firm-wide strategic planning initiative that will integrate a variety of technical disciplines, including transportation, construction management, utilities, communications infrastructure, surveying, application development, and geospatial solutions.
Emerging technologies to facilitate Smart Cities and connected and autonomous vehicles may make headlines today but will quickly become commonplace and part of our everyday lives. The core management and operation of our infrastructure is changing in the most fundamental ways, and I’m thrilled to help KCI prepare for tomorrow’s technologies.
Martha Morecock EddyCorporate Practice Leader
Eddy has more than 30 years of experience in the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) industry, working nationally and internationally in both the public and private sectors. Her career focus has been on improving road safety through ITS. She is proficient in ITS planning, architecture development, systems engineering and design, and business development. Eddy has managed a wide array of projects encompassing Smart City planning, active traffic management/managed motorways, connected vehicles, advanced transportation management systems, parking management, rural transportation systems, and toll collection. Most recently, she served as senior ITS manager for a national engineering firm, where she provided project management for the USDOT Smart city Challenge winner—the City of Columbus’s Smart Columbus’ program.
Martha is a recognized leader in the ITS industry with strong technical, project and program management skills. We hope to leverage her expertise to move forward in the rapidly advancing automated vehicle market.
Harvey M. Floyd, PEExecutive Vice President, Transportation Discipline Manager
Eddy earned her bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Over her career, she has been active in industry organizations including the Intelligent Transportation Society of America, the Intelligent Transportation Society of Virginia, and the Virginia Section Institute of Transportation Engineers. Eddy serves on the board of ITS Australia. She has authored and presented on numerous topics, most recently leading a webinar entitled, “How will transportation engineering change (or adapt) in an age of self-driving technology?” She also presented “GIS in ITS,” at the AASHTO GIS for Transportation Symposium. Eddy co-authored certification materials for International Municipal Signal Association Level 1 and 2 Transportation Center Systems Specialists certifications.