Significantly impact the evolution of the U.S. next-generation transportation systems with emerging technologies on safety, mobility, and sustainability. Provide national and regional leadership for connected and automated transportation research, science, education, training, and deployment.
CCAT Distinguished Lecture Series with Michael Cassidy, Ph.D.
Thursday, September 29th | 1:30 PM ET
CCAT Managing Director visits the University of Akron to present on CAV Technology CCAT Managing Director, Debby Bezzina, visited the University of Akron on April 19th to present the evolution and importance of connected and automated vehicle technology to the College of Engineering. Debby introduced the technologies at a broad level and then moved into a history of Dedicated Short-Range Communication (DSRC) in transportation. She transitioned into a competing piece of technology, Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (CV2X), rulemaking by the Federal Communications Commission to reduce the safety spectrum, and finally, the impact that the rulemaking will have on the future development and deployment of connected and automated vehicles (CAVs). The presentation was attended by researchers, undergraduate and graduate students at the College…