Experts on connected vehicles

Connected vehicles are cars, trucks, and other vehicles that are equipped with internet connectivity and advanced technology to enable communication between the vehicle, other vehicles, mobile devices and infrastructure. These vehicles use a combination of sensors, processors, and software to collect and analyze data about the vehicle, its surroundings, and its occupants. There are a variety of technologies that are used in connected vehicles, including cellular networks, GPS, sensors, cameras, and onboard computers. These technologies work together to collect and process data in real-time, allowing the vehicle to make decisions and communicate with other devices and systems. Connected vehicles can offer a range of benefits, including improved safety, increased efficiency, and enhanced driver experiences. For example, connected vehicles can use real-time data to help drivers avoid accidents and traffic congestion, provide alerts for vehicle maintenance issues, and offer personalized entertainment and navigation options. Additionally, connected vehicles can communicate with smart cities and infrastructure to optimize traffic flow and reduce emissions.

Raghvendra V. Cowlagi
  • Associate Professor Aerospace Engineering
Professor Cowlagi's research addresses various aspects of autonomy of mobile vehicles such as unmanned aerial vehicles and self-driving cars, including how such vehicles understand their environments and make independent decisions. ... View Profile
Alexander Wyglinski
  • Associate Dean of Graduate Studies Electrical & Computer Engineering
Professor Wyglinski's work focuses on devising new, reliable, and robust wireless communications using artificial intelligence and machine learning.Given society's growing reliance on wireless connectivity, it is important that wireless communications a ... View Profile