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CCAT Partners with U-M, Cavnue, and more on ‘Road of the Future’

Announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer this afternoon, The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation is a partner in a project that will develop a first-of-its-kind corridor for connected and autonomous vehicles. Other partners on the project include Ford Motor Co., Mcity, U-M Transportation Research Institute, the American Center for Mobility, and master developer for phase one,…

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University of Michigan Wins Transportation Technology Tournament

Under the guidance of CCAT PI, Neda Masoud, students at the University of Michigan won the Transportation Technology Tournament. The tournament is hosted by the National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) and the U.S. DOT ITS JPO PCB program. It allows students to work directly with public agencies to solve real-world transportation problems using ITS and…

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20/20 Global Symposium Delivers CAV Conversation to Over 600

The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) at the University of Michigan just hosted its 3rd annual Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles. Twenty-nine speakers from across the United States, working in a variety of areas within the mobility and transportation sector, came together to reflect on the past decade of CAVs and…

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CCAT Researcher to Moderate Session at IEEE ITSC 2020

CCAT Researcher, Nadia Gkritza, will be moderating a session at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC) in Rhodes, Greece. The session is titled: “Advances in Connected and Autonomous Mobility: From Data to Models, Impacts and Enablers for Adoption”, and focuses on the deployment of vehicular transportation technologies…

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