Checking in from ITS America 2006. The show seems smaller this year, though I can't prove this. It just seems that way. Maybe it's after ITS World Congress last summer in San Francisco.
Flew out here on a delayed red-eye and ended up arriving as the conference was starting. After 15 or so mins of sleep, I came in and set up the booth. In the end, I was up for about 36 hours.
I also left my camera at home, having removed it from my bag to meet some friends, but then ended up not taking any pictures. So you'll never see the splendor or magesty that only an Intelligent Transportation Conference can engender.
ITS World Congress is where you get a real peek into upcoming products. ITS America is more of a schmooze fest. So more business probably gets done here - but there's less to blog about.