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Relevant  Museums and Societies

Computer History Museum invites you to visit us to see and experience one of the world’s largest collections of computing artifacts.

Lane County Historical Museum was created to collect, preserve and interpret Lane County’s rich heritage. It is the only county-wide historical museum in Lane County. Lane County was a destination point for emigrants crossing the Oregon Trail in the mid-1800s. The museum houses collections of national and local significance dating from the early 1800s to the present.


Museum of Natural and Cultural History provides learning experiences for visitors of all ages and strives to promote curiosity in natural and cultural history and sciences. Through interpretative exhibits, family events, field trips, classes, lectures, and more, the museum’s research and collections come to life.


Oregon Historical Society’s mission is preserving and interpreting Oregon’s past in thoughtful, illuminating, and provocative ways.

The Oregon History Project is an online resource for learning about Oregon’s past. In these pages, historians and writers can help you explore the history of Oregon through the perspectives of the people who helped shape Oregon.

Oregon Story of Statehood OHS story of our first 150 years

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) Founded in 1944 OMSI is one of the nation’s leading science museums. OMSI offers 219,000 square feet of brain-powered fun through hundreds of interactive exhibits and hands-on demonstrations. OMSI has five exhibit halls, eight science labs, a giant screen OMNIMAX Dome Theater, the most technologically advanced planetarium in the Pacific Northwest.

The Tech Museum of Innovation engages people of all ages and backgrounds in exploring and experiencing the technologies affecting their lives, and aims to inspire the innovator in everyone.

Remotely Operated Vehicle resource links…

Selected ITS resources

Please let me know if you know of other related sites.

California PATH was established in 1986. It is administered by the Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS)University of California, Berkeleyhttp://www.path.berkeley.edu/PATH/General/

Caltrans – ITS Architecture Documents and Websites http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tpp/offices/opar/its_links.html

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies. http://www.etsi.org/WebSite/Technologies/IntelligentTransportSystems.aspx

The ITS Society advances the theoretical, experimental, and operational aspects of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies as applied to ITS. http://www.ewh.ieee.org/tc/its/index.html

The Intelligent Transportation Society of Oregon (ITS Oregon) is a volunteer organization whose members foster ITS deployment through partnership building, education and outreach.http://itsoregon.org/about/

ITE Journal is published monthly by the Institute of Transportation Engineers. http://www.ite.org/itejournal/index.asp

OSU – The Kiewit Center for Infrastructure and Transportation was initially established in 1962 as the Transportation Research Institutehttp://kiewit.oregonstate.edu/welcome.html

PDE Publications Inc. http://www.drivers.com/topic/106/

Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) • U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) http://www.rita.dot.gov/about_rita/business.html

Major ITS Organizations http://www.calccit.org/itsdecision/Links/orgs.html

PSU – Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium http://otrec.us/content/

ITS/Operations Resource Guide 2009http://www.resourceguide.its.dot.gov/default.asp

Telematics Update http://social.telematicsupdate.com/

UW – RITA, Transportation Northwest at the University of Washington is a Regional University Transportation Center (UTC) administered by the United States Department of Transportation through its Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) http://www.transnow.org/about/

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