NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) - Caliper Corporation is pleased to announce that Dr. Vince Bernardin, Jr. has joined the firm as Vice President of Transportation Demand Analytics. Vince Bernardin is a nationally recognized leader in transportation modeling and analysis with more than 15 years of experience in passenger and freight modeling, statewide modeling, and in the application of “big data” in transportation analysis. Vince Bernardin has led or been a key contributor to significant travel demand modeling projects in over 25 states and is considered an expert in the development of innovative, yet practical, modeling applications. Vince currently serves as the Chairman of the Transportation Research Board’s Urban Big Data subcommittee.
Dr. Howard Slavin, Caliper’s President, stated that “Vince Bernardin is the ideal person to accelerate Caliper's leadership and innovation in transportation software and in its application to demand forecasting. Vince will be instrumental in expanding Caliper's ability to solve long term and emerging questions in transportation planning and policy with data-driven analysis and will help us continue to support our rapidly growing user base of transportation planners and engineers with the best professional software tools.”
At Caliper, Dr. Bernardin will direct major consulting and research studies and will advise government agencies on transportation research, modeling methods, and data collection and analysis. He will also play a key role in charting the evolution of Caliper’s software products for transportation modeling.
Caliper is the market leader in transportation planning and traffic software in North America and a prominent transportation consulting and research firm. Caliper is the maker of TransCAD software for transportation planning and logistics, TransModeler for traffic engineering and traffic simulation, and Maptitude for strategic business mapping and data analysis. Headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts, Caliper is a leading developer of professional transportation and mapping software with more than 25,000 users in over 80 countries.