Charles Chung


M.Math. (Computer Science), MBA

    Charles is a seasoned technology business leader, with experience in building cross-functional teams to drive highly specialized technologies to markets. He has worked on large scale software products at major high tech companies including Microsoft Corporation and DSPC (Intel). He has also founded a data security company and has guided technology start ups in values and opportunities creation. Working with municipalities, transportation leaders and traffic engineering firms from various parts of the world today, he is helping to reshape and bring new insights to the world of traffic safety.

    Charles has a Master’s degree in Computer Science from University of Waterloo and an MBA in Management of Technology. He holds a patent in disaster recovery architecture and has a number of publications under his name.

    Luis F. Miranda-Moreno

    Chief Scientist

    Ph.D. Transportation Engineering

      Luis is a renowned researcher in traffic engineering in the area of traffic data collection and monitoring technologies and methods, as well as road safety. He received his PhD degree in Transportation Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and is Associate Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at McGill University. He has worked on many projects for various transportation agencies and major cities in North America such as the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP), Transport Canada, Mexican Ministry of Transportation, Quebec and Ontario Ministry of Transportation, City of Toronto, City of Montreal, New York City, and Mexico.

      Paul St-Aubin

      Head of Products

      Ph.D. Transportation Engineering, P.Eng.

        Paul G. St-Aubin specializes in traffic engineering. He has extensive experience designing, developing and deploying large-scale proactive road safety analysis technologies, including recent cutting-edge work in predictive collision-course modeling, and has also taught several university-level traffic engineering courses. He has performed road safety projects for the City of Montreal, the Québec Ministry of Transportation, the New York City Department of Transportation, as well as having conducted independent research in Lund, Sweden, spanning topics ranging from vulnerable road user safety in dense urban environments to highway design safety.

        Paul is a Registered Engineer. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s in Civil Engineering from McGill University, a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Polytechnique Montréal, and completed a postdoc at HEC Montreal and the Institute for Data Valorisation.

        Terezinha Hignett

        Channel Partner Manager, Canada, USA & Australia


          Terezinha has over 15 years of B2B and B2G purchasing and account management experience. In previous roles, Terezinha has helped Fortune 500 companies, as well as disruptive organizations find and keep their valued clients. At Brisk Synergies Terezinha is responsible for developing, servicing, and growing relationships with transportation engineering and consulting firms across North America and Australia.  Having worked with dozens of transportation firms, systems integrators, government agencies and road authorities, Terezinha understands the benefits associated with proactively diagnosing and validating road safety challenges, and enjoys sharing her experiences with transportation experts worldwide.

          John Lin

          Platform Architect


            John has a background in platform development. Under his technical leadership, many companies have succeeded in designing and building high performance large scale platform solutions. He has worked at some of the world’s largest companies such as Microsoft and Oracle , and some of the world’s smallest. He has also co-founded a company that builds a smart energy saving platform. John received his PhD from California Institute of Technology (CalTech), and was a silver medal recipient at the International Mathematics Olympiad.


            Liping Fu

            Ph.D., P.Eng.

              Dr. Liping Fu is a Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the Innovative Transportation System Solutions (iTSS) Lab at the University of Waterloo. He was the past Chair of Transportation of Division and a Fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. Dr. Fu has a long track record of research contributions to the areas of intelligent transportation systems, public transit, road safety, and winter road maintenance. Dr. Fu holds several international patents and software copyrights. He is the Principal Investigator of a large number of projects funded by NSERC, Transport Canada, Ministry of Transportation Ontario, City of Toronto, Region of Waterloo with many industry partners. Dr. Fu received Transportation Association of Canada (TAC)’s 2011 Academic Merit Award sponsored by Transport Canada for his long-term contribution to the advancement of the academic field and to the development of tomorrow’s transportation leaders.

              Lev Deich

              Bachelor in Electrical Engineering

                Lev is a passionate executive and entrepreneur who believes that technology can make our lives better.

                In 2005, he co-founded Connexon Telecom (DBA 911 Enable), a software and cloud service company specialized in IP-based emergency solutions for enterprises and VoIP service providers. As president and general manager, Lev played a key role in identifying new business opportunities, managing product roadmaps, negotiating deals with Fortune 500 customers and partners, and developing sales and marketing strategies. The company became a market leader in its field, supported millions of subscribers, and won multiple awards for technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth. In late 2014, the company was sold to West Corporation (WSTC).

                Lev has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Concordia University.

                James Clark


                  Dr. James Clark is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill University, and is the Director of the McGill Research Centre for Intelligent Machines. Prior to coming to McGill University in 1996, he was an Associate Professor in the Division of Applied Sciences at Harvard University. He also spent two years as a visiting scientist at the Nissan Motors Inc. Cambridge Basic Research, studying visual cognition in driving. He has a substantial research track record, working in the areas of computer vision and visual attention modeling. His recent research work deals with using deep learning for traffic video analysis, quality assessment of cinematic stereo imagery, modeling visual attention in social images and video, and development of cognitive display enhancement algorithms.  He has an extensive publication record with many highly cited papers, receiving many best paper prizes. In 2014 he was honoured with the Canadian Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Society (CIPPRS/ACTIRF) Award for Research Excellence. He is a senior member of the IEEE and a licensed Professional Engineer with the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. He is a General Chair for the International Conference on Computer Vision to be held in Montreal in 2021.