Communities could reduce costs and cut vehicle emissions—all in the name of shortening your trip.
Improving traffic signal timing with a handful of connected vehicles
Associate Professor Neda Masoud Wins CoE Vulcan Education Excellence Award
Her achievements exemplify CEE’s dedication to academic distinction and commitment to nurturing student potential.
$9.8M to boost connected vehicle research and expand Ann Arbor deployment
New funding aims to enable a safer, more equitable and efficient mobility system.
Simulated terrible drivers cut the time and cost of AV testing by a factor of one thousand
New virtual testing environment breaks the ‘curse of rarity’ for autonomous vehicle emergency decision-making.
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PhD Student Zhichen Liu discusses transportation studies.
U-M Joins State of Michigan to Recruit Talent for EV and Mobility Jobs
The Michigander EV Scholars Program will award up to $10,000 to tech students who accept qualifying jobs in Michigan with participating employers.
$15 million for connected and automated transportation, renewing U-M-led Midwest hub
The U.S. Department of Transportation grant supports nine colleges and universities, developing new technologies and training the workforce for the future of mobility.
Automation Drives Transportation Studies to Improve Safety, Fuel Efficiency
Automation has the potential to improve traffic safety and offer other benefits to drivers, pedestrians and society as a whole. The ability of sensor systems aboard automated vehicles (AVs) to collect and provide information that guides decision-making can reduce traffic accidents and optimize traffic flows. CEE Associate Prof. Neda Masoud highlighted a project funded by […]
$5M to enable remote, next-generation autonomous vehicle testing at Mcity
‘Mcity 2.0’ will give researchers, many without testing resources, remote access to the Mcity Test Facility—creating a more equitable playing field in mobility.
$9.95M for “smart intersections” across Ann Arbor
Technology embedded in existing infrastructure will provide data to connected and automated vehicles, bolstering safety.
Funding a new transportation revolution: Liu congressional testimony
Professor Henry Liu addresses House committee on the need for a national surface transportation research agenda.
How connected vehicles’ wipers could help prevent flooding
We’ve been promised all kinds of benefits from a future of connected vehicles, but flood control?
Combining the real and virtual worlds improves driverless vehicle testing
Augmented reality technology at the University of Michigan makes testing faster, cheaper, safer
Mcity demos: Self-driving cars can be even safer with connected technology
At the University of Michigan’s Mcity Test Facility, self-driving cars were part of a series of demonstrations that illustrated the key role connected technology can play in harnessing the safety benefits that self-driving vehicles promise.
Midwest USDOT Center for Connected and Automated Transportation established
$2.47 million midwest research center will conduct connected and automated vehicle research.
U-M opens Mcity test environment for connected and driverless vehicles
The University of Michigan today opened Mcity, the world’s first controlled environment specifically designed to test the potential of connected and automated vehicle technologies that will lead the way to mass-market driverless cars.