Connected vehicles, connected infrastructure, and autonomous vehicles are the greatest enabler to dramatically improving safety on roadways around the world and are the biggest opportunity to reduce fuel consumption and improve congestion. Below, you can explore CCAT’s cutting-edge research by year, by university partner, and by our six research thrusts.
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The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation focuses its research in six domains. These include Control & Operations, Enabling Technology, Human Factors, Infrastructure Design & Management, Modeling & Implementation, and Policy & Planning. Click on a bubble below to learn more about a specific research thrust along with our projects that focus on it.
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The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation is a partnership between the University of Michigan, the University of Akron, Central State University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Purdue University, and Washtenaw Community College. Click the consortium member logos below to view the projects that they are spearheading.