If your company or organization is interested in being a Sponsor or Exhibitor for this years forum please contact Karla Houston.

pdf file2019 Sponsor Information
pdf file2019 Sponsor Application
pdf file2019 Booth Application

Why Become a Sponsor?

For the Traffic Records Forum(TRF), the essential reason for sponsorships is to support the conference growth. This growth would include:

  • Increased sponsor dollars allowing the Forum to attract more attendees and by offering a more robust agenda, enhanced activities, and a social experience that continues to build participation each year.

Brief History of ATSIP

The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals(ATSIP) is the leading advocate for improving the quality and use of transportation safety information often called ‘traffic records’ since the early 1970’s. Traffic records contain information about:

  • Transportation systems,
  • Environment, vehicles and people,
  • And the results of system failures –collisions, injuries, and deaths.

ATSIP’s Goal is to improve the quality of traffic records –to make them timely, accurate, uniform, complete, accessible, and integrated –and to encourage their use to select, implement and evaluate effective safety programs and policies throughout the world.

ATSIP’s Organization consists of an Executive Board and professional members. Its activities are supported by governments, academic and professional associations, and private sector partners. The Executive Board is responsible for vision,planning,and implementing efforts that support the Association’s mission. Its members are a geographically and professionally diverse group of traffic records volunteers who typically serve three-year terms.

ATSIP’s membership consists of professionals from local, state and federal government agencies, including Departments of Transportation, Public Safety, and Highway Safety Offices, as well as law enforcement agencies, private sector professionals, and partners from academia and university research centers.

ATSIP's Vision

ATSIP aspires to be the International Traffic Records Coordinating Committee –promoting sound policies, models, practices and technology to produce widely available high-quality traffic records data and analysis used for effective safety policy-making and program implementation.

ATSIP's Mission

The Mission of ATSIP is to provide support for innovation, implementation and exchange of information regarding traffic records improvement strategies among all interested disciplines, organizations, and governments and to use its combined expertise to recommend strategies, standards, policies and programs.

The Association of Transportation Safety Information Professionals major functions include:
  • Creating opportunities for the exchange of information about traffic records issues.
  • Facilitating communication among its partners and the Executive Board
  • Focusing on local level issues, state,and broader issues impacting traffic records improvements.
  • Advocating for effective Traffic Records Coordinating Committees.
  • Providing opportunities to discuss new technologies, methods, and techniques.
  • Recognizing and helping develop best practices in transportation safety data collection, management, use, and integration.

FAQ's

How will funds be used?

Our vision for the obtaining sponsorship funds is to grow the Forum into a premier, one-stop shop for Crash, Vehicle, Driver, Roadway, Citation/Adjudication, and EMS/Injury Surveillance traffic record system stakeholders. To highlight best practices, and discuss workable solutions and challenges, we offer an interactive Forum with leading speakers, engaging social events, workshops,and round tables.

How can companies benefit from sponsorship on the TRF?

Sponsors of the Traffic Records Forum are allowed a premier position in the exhibition hall at the Forum to showcase products and solutions for traffic record professionals.

Sponsors can:

Network with attendees and present solutions to traffic record professionals.

Showcase new technologies and ideas to the many decision makers attending the Forum.

Host at the TRF events.

What can sponsors provide besides funding?

Sponsors may offer giveaways at their booths and participant door prizes (optional).

Who makes up the Membership of ATSIP?

The membership is open to any person with an interest in traffic safety, have experience with data, or actively involved in the design, development, maintenance, and/or operation of transportation safety information systems or in their administration and use. This includes traffic safety data collectors, users, and managers.

What is the typical conference format?

The Traffic Records Forum is a four-day opportunity to participate in presentations, exhibits, workshops, and seminars on topics of interest to the highway traffic safety and data communities. In addition,the Forum, during the onsite ATSIP General Membership Meeting, helps to guide national discourse about traffic records.

The current format includes:

Day 1, Sunday: Afternoon workshops and an evening reception.

Day 2, Monday: Opening Plenary, various sessions, luncheon program, and a town hall meeting.

Day 3, Tuesday: Sessions, luncheon program, and a NHTSA Meeting.

Day 4, Wednesday: Sessions ending before noon.

Topics for the 2018 Forum included:

Data Quality & Analysis

MMUCC

Data Preparation and Visualization

Presentations

Federal Programs

Best Practices

TRCC Roundtables

Roadway Presentations

Crash Presentations

Data Integration

Enforcement Presentations

Injury Surveillance Presentations

Driver Presentations

Strategic Planning

GIS Presentations

CEU’s are not currently being offered but this is being considered as a way to enhance participation in the Forum.

Our attendee profile includes data analysts, state and local law enforcement officers, engineers, motor vehicle officials, emergency medical service providers, judicial administrators, and highway safety professionals from across the US and international communities.

What are the current sponsorship levels?

Platinum Sponsor

$10,000

  • Sponsor spotlight on conference website, featured on homepage.
  • Logo on conference home, about, and sponsor pages.
  • Full page company advertisement in printed program.
  • 2 training room sessions available for a 30 or 60 minute session to discuss/demo products or services.
  • Logo in electronic program application.
  • Logo on sponsor signs or electronic media placed throughout the conference (Including Plenary Sessions).
  • Complimentary 20x10 island booth at exhibition (optional).
  • 7 included conference attendee registrations.
  • 5 Floor or Wall stickers around the conference.
  • Ability to place a flyer in the registration packet.
  • Email sent by ATSIP on behalf of the sponsor to all registered attendees prior to conference.
  • Official sponsor(s) of Monday or Tuesday luncheon.
    • Sponsor Recognition –either electronic or print.
    • Brief introduction (i.e. 2 minutes).
  • Company logo on conference attendee bag, along with ATSIP/Conference Logo.
  • Official sponsor of evening reception
    • Sponsor Recognition –either electronic or print

Gold Sponsor

$7,500

  • Sponsor spotlight on conference website, featured on homepage.
  • Logo on conference home, about, and sponsor pages.
  • 3/4 page company advertisement in printed program.
  • 1 training room session available for a 30 or 60 minute session to discuss/demo products or services.
  • Logo in electronic program application.
  • Logo on sponsor signs or electronic media placed throughout the conference (Including Plenary Sessions).
  • Complimentary 10x10 inline booth at exhibition (optional).
  • 5 included conference attendee registrations.
  • 3 Floor or Wall stickers around the conference.
  • Ability to place a flyer in the registration packet.
  • Email sent by ATSIP on behalf of the sponsor to all registered attendees prior to conference.
  • Electronic or print Sponsor Recognition at breakfast on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.

Silver Sponsor

$5,000

  • Sponsor spotlight on conference website.
  • Logo on conference home, about, and sponsor pages.
  • 1/2 page company advertisement in printed program.
  • Logo in electronic program application.
  • Logo on sponsor signs or electronic media placed throughout the conference (Including Plenary Sessions).
  • Complimentary 10x10 inline booth at exhibition (optional).
  • 4 included conference attendee registrations.
  • 2 Floor or Wall stickers around the conference.
  • Ability to place a flyer in the registration packet.
  • Email sent by ATSIP on behalf of the sponsor to all registered attendees prior to conference.
  • Electronic or print Sponsor Recognition at breakfast on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday.

Bronze Sponsor

$2,600

  • Sponsor spotlight on conference website.
  • Logo on conference home, about, and sponsor pages.
  • 1/4 page company advertisement in printed program.
  • Logo in electronic program application.
  • Logo on sponsor signs or electronic media placed throughout the conference (Including Plenary Sessions).
  • Complimentary 10x10 inline booth at exhibition (optional).
  • 2 included conference attendee registrations.
  • Official sponsor(s) of Monday or Tuesday break.

Exhibitor Booth

$1,600

  • 10x10 inline booth.
  • Booth identification sign.
  • 8' back-drape, 6' table, and 2 chairs.
  • Two (2) complimentary Exhibitor badges per booth. Exhibitor badges include access to the exhibit hall and conference program events.
  • Listed on the Traffic Records Forum Website and Program
  • A post-conference attendee e-mail list subject to the approval by the attendees of use of their names and contact information.