CCAT Announces 2022 Funding Opportunity

CCAT Announces 2022 Funding Opportunity

Picture of Level 4 Autonomous Vehicle on American Center for Mobility Track. It features text that reads '2022 Funding Opportunity' and 'Deployment' which is the focus for this year's research funding.
CCAT Level 4 Autonomous Vehicle drives on the American Center for Mobility test track

The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation has announced its 2022 funding opportunity, with $1,000,000 allocated. The USDOT Region 5 University Transportation Center (UTC) is interested in research that will significantly influence the next generation of

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CCAT Director Participates in Talking Traffic Webinar

CCAT Director Participates in Talking Traffic Webinar


Dr. Henry Liu was recently invited to participate in a webinar on Smart Infrastructure, organized by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and RAI Automotive Industry NL. The moderator of the event was Bram Hendrix, Program Manager of Smart Mobility & Internationalization for RAI. Other speakers included Gary Lin, Continue Reading »

CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans

CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans


CCAT Director Henry Liu spoke at the PacTrans University Transportation Center at the University of Washington. The title of his discussion was: “Critical Scenario Generation for Accelerated Testing of Autonomous Vehicles”, which provides a general framework for the testing scenario library generation (TSLG) problem. If you missed Professor Liu’s discussion,

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Augmented Reality Project in IEEE Spectrum

Augmented Reality Project in IEEE Spectrum


As discussions around fully autonomous vehicles have become the norm in households, concerns regarding their integration on our roadways arise. New vehicles require road testing to ensure that safe operation is possible, and facilities like Mcity and American Center for Mobility provide researchers with closed courses to perform this

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