Microsimulation for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Workshop
Posted by Rajvir Singh 04/04/17
It is expected that in the future connected and autonomous vehicles will impact the way people travel and the way goods are transported across the globe. However there is only limited understanding about their real effect on traffic and what their technological performance will be in regards to safety, capability, and the consequences to the environment. This workshop will explore how the academic community is seeking to model autonomous vehicles and their impact on a wide range of issues from accessibility to road traffic.
The aim of this workshop is to provide an opportunity for researchers and PhD students working on… READ MORE >
Use of Game-Based Technologies in Autonomous Vehicles Research workshop
Posted by Rajvir Singh 28/03/17
Still one of the major barriers in autonomous vehicle research is testing new technologies in real world scenarios. Much research is taking place around the world to test new functionalities, vehicle systems and sensor devices using simulators. The motion simulators can be enhanced with game-base technologies such as augmented and virtual reality to replicate real world environments within which new autonomous vehicle concepts can be tested and validated in different scenarios.
This workshop will explore the use of gaming technologies in autonomous vehicle research and will take place from 10:00 to 14:00 on Monday 15t… READ MORE >
Presentations available- Mobility as a Service (MaaS) – Designing with Users at the Centre of the Proposition
Posted by Gema Styles 07/02/17
How do we make MaaS more desirable than ownership?… READ MORE >
CAV Intelligent Mobility Hackathon – a joint event between the TSC and the IMPART Group
Posted by Rajvir Singh 18/01/17
We are excited to kick off the first ever CAV Intelligent Mobility Hackathon – a joint event between the TSC and the IMPART Group.
CALLING DATA SCIENTISTS, CODERS, BUSINESS THINKERS AND CREATIVE INDIVIDUALS FOR 24 HOURS OF THRILLING CAV TRANSPORT CHALLENGES AND WIN A TOP PRIZE OF £2000
Can you help to develop code, utilize data, or formulate business models associated with CAVs and their sensors?
You must be 18 years old or over and currently studying or working in any sector such as education, industry, business, government or services
You are a creative code developer… READ MORE >