We provide the opportunity for members to work collaboratively to develop and vote on requirements for national certification programs. Members have the opportunity to shape the future of tolling, connected vehicles and ITS technologies.
Members work with industry leaders and transportation professionals to accelerate interoperability.
OmniAir Consortium is the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for connected vehicles, ITS, and transportation payment systems. OmniAir’s membership includes public agencies, private companies, research institutions, and independent test labs.
Members include Connected Vehicle, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Road Tolling technology device manufacturers, ITS deployers, testing laboratories and other stakeholders, all promoting the proliferation of certified, interoperable devices.
We provide the opportunity for members to work collaboratively to develop and determine the requirements for national certification programs. Members have the opportunity to shape the future of ITS and IoT technologies and members work with industry leaders and transportation
professionals to accelerate their interoperability.
Jason M. Conley serves as the Executive Director for OmniAir Consortium , Inc.
Director of Marketing and Communications
Ryan Hall serves as the Marketing and Communications Director for OmniAir Consortium, Inc.
Association Services Manager
Kathy Janac serves as the Association Services Manager for OmniAir Consortium, Inc.
Director of Technology and Certifications
Randal (Randy) Roebuck serves as the Director of Technology and Certifications for OmniAir Consortium, Inc.
Kendra Pridemore is a Business Development Manager based in the Metro Detroit area for UL’s Consumer Technology Division. Her focus is expanding Connected Vehicle and automotive wireless communication solutions across UL’s global footprint. She is a member of SAE and actively involved with several industry consortia affiliated with connected and autonomous vehicles, ITS, automotive Ethernet, telecommunications and wireless connectivity at the working/task group level
Jason JonMichael has more than two decades of specialized experience in transportation technology, assisting transportation agencies solve their most complex technology challenges. His areas of expertise include Connected Vehicle technology, intelligent transportation systems, tolling, transit and enterprise information technology. He regularly provides insights and advice to industry-related non-profit boards, councils, committees and other organizations. Having lost his father to an avoidable traffic accident in a construction zone in 1979, Jason has devoted his life to improving transportation safety through technology.
Tim Baker is an Assistant Vice President at MTA Bridges and Tunnels and leads its Strategics Initiatives Group, which helps ensure that the agency is prepared for the challenges and opportunities of rapidly changing technology in intelligent transportation and toll systems. MTA Bridges and Tunnels has a dual role of operating and maintaining key transportation links (seven bridges and two tunnels) and financially supporting the mass transit system of the New York City metropolitan region, and is the largest toll collector in the United States. He is a strong proponent for improving performance and reducing costs of technology by establishing open technical standards.
Dmitri Khijniak has been supporting automotive industry for over 15 years and involved with 5.9GHz DSRC technology for the last 10 years. At 7layers, Dmitri is the program manager for the USDOT Connected Vehicle Certification project and leads development of testing and certification program supporting technology deployments for the USDOT Connected Vehicle Pilots. At OmniAir, Dmitri chairs the OmniAir Technical Working Group and is a member of the Certification Review Board.