ConSysTec's professional staff consists of highly qualified experts with a depth and breadth of experience in the ITS industry. Click on a name to learn more about that member of the team.
Ph.D, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Cornell University
Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP), INCOSE
Honors and Awards
Member, ITS-NY Hall of Fame (Inducted June 2015)
Engineers Degree, Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California
M.S., Electrical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
B.S., Engineering, California Institute of Technology
Mr. Insignares has 25 years program management and systems engineering experience, and helped numerous transportation agencies worldwide to plan, develop, and deploy intelligent transportation systems (ITS), most recently working in tolling. Manny has led development of open systems architectures, communications standards, and deployed systems to integrate regional transportation and infrastructure systems of diverse agencies and vendors to make cities more sustainable and livable. Mr. Insignares excels in managing high profile strategically important projects, tracking risk to maximize system benefits.
Masters Degree, International Business, University of South Carolina
Bachelors Degree, Civil Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Since joining Consensus Systems Technologies (ConSysTec) in 2003, Mr. Chan has been involved with developing numerous ITS standards using the systems engineering process, including creating the concept of operations, requirement documents, and creating test plans. He also has been involved in the development of over 45 regional ITS architectures at the state and local level, and one national ITS architecture.
Prior to joining ConSysTec, Mr. Chan was a Project Manager at MTA Bridges & Tunnels in New York City, United States, where he managed and provided technical assistance for its Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) System and various ITS projects, such as dynamic message signs and video surveillance systems. Mr. Chan also was previously a Principal Transportation Engineer with TransCore in New York City where he deployed and helped manage a traffic control system for the New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT), and performed systems integration.
M.S., Transportation, University of California Berkeley
B.E., Civil Engineering, The Cooper Union School of Engineering
Professional Engineer (PE), New York and New Jersey
Mr. Altman has also been involved with the development of ITS transit applications around the country for customers including NYSDOT, WMATA, and RTA (Chicago). A key focus of his work involves facilitating the coordination of transit related data between stakeholders. Since 2011, Mr. Altman has been involved with maintaining transit schedule data for NYSDOT's 511NY Transit Trip Planner. Presently, he leads the technical efforts of building a statewide transit data repository to feed this trip planner, which when completed will include 120 transit operators. Mr. Altman is also currently leading the specification development and testing of a real time transit data feed for TRANSCOM, which has the goal of creating a unified source of real-time transit information for the major public transit agencies in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut region. Mr. Altman has delivered several training workshops and webinars on the topics of GTFS and GTFS-realtime data.
B.S., Civil Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Intern Engineer (EIT), New York