Topic : connected vehicle technology

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4 Tech Speed Bumps to Avoid on the Road to Connected Transportation Systems

| December 20, 2017

While physical assets and roadside infrastructure are a vital part of connected transportation systems, in many cities and states, it is the underlying technology network that is most lagging.

ITS America names Bhatt president/CEO

Technology| October 30, 2017

Bhatt joins the association with an extensive background in promoting and advocating for intelligent transportation, most recently as the executive director of Colorado DOT.  

Management & Operations| December 22, 2016

BlackBerry unveils innovation center for connected, autonomous vehicles

One of the center's first projects will be supporting this pilot as well as BlackBerry QNX's work with the University of Waterloo, PolySync, and Renesas Electronics to build an autonomous concept vehicle.

Management & Operations| December 9, 2016

Driverless shuttle introduced at U. of Mich. specialized test site

A fully autonomous, 15-passenger electric shuttle manufactured by French firm NAVYA will support research and provide self-guided tours of Mcity, the university's test site for connected and automated vehicles.

University| July 25, 2016

Autonomous vehicle expert joins MSU’s transportation division

Craig Shankwitz will lead the development of MSU's Western Transportation Institute research team that will explore and develop applications of autonomous and connected vehicle technologies to roads and transportation systems in rural areas and small cities, in both the public and private sector.

University| March 2, 2015

U. of Mich donates wireless vehicle tech to local campus fleet

The DSRC technology will allow the WCC vehicle to communicate with other vehicles and help provide vital data for the Ann Arbor Connected Vehicle Test Environment.

February 6, 2015

Technology and Transportation: Change at High Speed

As the world changes with the rapid advancement of connected devices and technologies, so must the transportation industry. In a business area where change is sluggish, DOTs across the country must adapt quickly to the evolving technologies that are going to impact their operations and budget. There are at least three technologies that will have immense impact over the next two decades on how we travel and how state transportation departments react to provide mobility — connectedness, big data and automation.

Bus| May 16, 2014

'Connected' Vehicle Testing Aims to Bolster Bus Safety

The U.S. Department of Transportation is testing nearly 3,000 vehicles, including transit buses, equipped with wireless communication devices that transmit a safety message indicating their position, speed and other data.

Bus| December 9, 2013

Siemens joins U.S. DOT connected vehicle tech testing

The Affiliated Test Bed will focus on deployment of Connected Vehicle technology, the wireless exchange of critical safety, and operational data between vehicles and specific road infrastructure like traffic signals.
Bus| August 26, 2013

Fed research group extends testing of connected vehicle technology

During the past year, the test examined the use of connected vehicle technology in light vehicles, including driver acceptance, safety benefits, and overall system reliability and performance.

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