Automated vehicles

CAR-STOP Project Improves Transportation Communication, Safety

Over 80 percent of annual car crashes could be prevented by vehicular  communications, a recent NHTSA report demonstrates. To improve vehicular communications and substantially improve safety benefits for all, TxDOT funded the Communications and Radar-Supported Transportation Operations and Planning (CAR-STOP).

RCR Wireless Interviews WNCG Faculty about TWS 2016

RCR Wireless spoke with WNCG Profs. Todd Humphreys and Constantine Caramanis, co-organizers of the Texas Wireless Summit (TWS) 2016. TWS will take place on October 18th at the Blanton Museum of Art Edgar Smith Building on UT Austin's campus. It will focus on the connectivity, sensing and data analytics of automated vehicles. Keynotes, panels and discussions will take place throughout the day. 

This year's event will feature a special startup showcase. The competition will put startups against each other for the chance of winning $5,000. 

TWS Announces Speakers, Special Events for 2016 Summit

Texas Wireless Summit (TWS) 2016: Reshaping Wireless Through Automated Vehicles, recently announced their speaker line-up and other exciting special reveals for this year’s event. On October 18, 2016, TWS will explore how automated vehicles will reshape wireless over the next 10 years with their demands for coordinated sensing and decision-making.

Early Bird Discount Registration Now Available for TWS 2016

On October 18, 2016, Texas Wireless Summit (TWS) will explore how automated vehicles will re-shape wireless over the next 10 years with their demands for coordinated sensing and decision-making. Reshaping Wireless through Automated Vehicles will look at the benefits and requirements of connectivity, the key challenges of vehicle sensing and shared data analytics, including lightly-processed radar, lidar and camera data. 

D-STOP Symposium 2016 Explores Future of Smart Cities

The Data-Supported Transportation Operations and Planning Center (D-STOP) from UT Austin met with representatives from local and state government, academia and industry in early April at a symposium designed to collaborate on the future of Smart Cities. The day-long event explored smart transportation systems, collaborative ecosystems, infrastructure-based technology, regional planning and analytics and connected vehicles through a series of panels featuring experts in the field.

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