FTSS: Possibilities of User Exchanges of Transportation Supply in a Shared-Connected-Autonomous Future

  Possibilities of User Exchanges of Transportation Supply in a Shared-Connected-Autonomous Future R. Jayakrishnan, Ph.D.   Newer technologies and high market penetration of personal communication systems along with the advent of autonomous and shared-connected vehicle systems bring up many new possibilities for different paradigms of operation in transportation systems.  Facilitated by peer-to-peer (P2P) communication, users…

August 2019 – Dr. Xiaopeng (Shaw) Li’s research group receives NSF grant

Dr. Xiaopeng (Shaw) Li’s research group has received USF’s first major NSF grant for conducting research on vehicle automation technologies. This grant is to investigate traffic patterns in the near future where diverse vehicle automation technologies (e.g., modular vehicles, autonomous vehicles) are mixed with traditional human-driven vehicles. Read more about Dr. Li’s project entitled “CPS:…

“Connected and Autonomous Vehicles 101” – Lakeland, FL

“Connected and Autonomous Vehicles 101” – Lakeland, FL CUTR was well represented at the 2019 “Connected and Autonomous Vehicle 101” seminar at Florida Polytechnic University.   CUTR Director Dr. Robert L. Bertini was a speaker for the event, and he presented “Understanding the AV at the Municipal Level: the Orlando-Tampa Corridor.” Dr. Bertini also acted…