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As a member of Clever Devices’ leadership team, Kirk Shore is the Vice President of Product Management where he is responsible for defining the product strategy for the entire suite of Clever Devices’ public transportation solutions.

Prior to joining Clever Devices, Kirk was the Director of Information Technology at the Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority where he managed a variety of ITS solutions. In 2015 Kirk was named one of the American Public Transportation Association’s 40 Under 40.

Kirk’s combination of public and private industry experience gives him the unique advantage of intimately understanding transportation’s “pain points” while developing and delivering the solutions that address these issues.


  • June 12: Zero failure: the promises and challenges of predictive maintenance

    The evolution of predictive maintenance: moving from a reactive to a pro-active organisation

    In cities like New York and Chicago, vehicle health monitoring is evolving from merely monitoring faults to leveraging the power of data to predict maintenance issues before they occur. These cities realize the importance a healthy fleet plays in customer satisfaction and the sustainability of public transportation and are finding ways to leverage technology to reduce costs and deliver excellent, reliable service to their riders.

    To truly embrace the power of the Vehicle Health Monitoring tools available, public transportation providers must understand two important factors: the power of prognostics and how trusting the data can impact the organization as well as how to manage the culture change as they move from a reactive maintenance organization to a pro-active one.