University of Michigan, CCAT 2021 Global Symposium on Connected & Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure
The University of Michigan, Center for Connected Automated Transportation (CCAT) will host their 2021 Global Symposium on Connected & Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure virtually on April 12–13, 2021. This symposium is an annual event that focuses on critical aspects of the transportation system and features leaders in the transportation and mobility sector from academia, government, and industry. The year’s event will include panels covering the FCC reallocation of the 5.9GHz spectrum, transportation equity, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) and mobility-on-demand (MoD), and much more! A second track will also be offered that will provide findings from recently completed CCAT research.
Jeffrey Wishart, Ph.D., Exponent manager, will speak on the “AV Testing & Evaluation” panel on Monday, April 12, at 9:45 AM PT/12:45 PM ET. Being able to quantitatively measure the safety performance of automated vehicles is critical to large-scale deployment. This discussion will focus on various metrics, methods, and tools that have been developed to assess and quantify the safety performance of automated vehicles.
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