Category: TA Resource Center

Resource Center: Electrified Vehicle Technologies

8 June, 2020 | TA Resource Center

Title: Electrified Vehicle Technologies, A Road Path Towards Zero Emissions Speaker: Yue-Yun Wang, Technical Fellow at General Motors Company Description: This video gives an overview of electrified vehicle technologies, including mild hybrid, PHEV, strong hybrid, electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles. Among those, more details are discussed around a P2 mild hybrid architecture, and a power split energy managementRead More

Resource Center: Train Resource Planning with Python

14 May, 2020 | TA Resource Center

Train Resource Planning with Python Title: Advanced Data Analysis for Train Resource Planning with Python Speaker: Hegoi Garitaonandia, OPTIMITIVE Description: In this webinar, Hegoi Garitaonandia talks about how to acquire insight and expert knowledge of the data analysis process and techniques. Readers will become familiar with the problems of train resource planning and advanced data analysis for train resourceRead More

Energy Sources/Management for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

16 March, 2020 | TA Resource Center

Title: Energy Sources and Energy Management for Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Speaker: Loïc Boulon, Hydrogen Research Institute Description: Energy sources are an important latch of electrified vehicles. Classical autonomy and recharge duration for battery vehicles are about 100 to 200 km and several hours, respectively. To tackle this issue, manufacturers have introduced the hybrid electric Vehicles (which includes electricRead More

From the IEEE VTS Resource Center: Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Self-Driving Cars

18 February, 2020 | TA Resource Center

Title: Multi Sensor Data Fusion for Self Driving Cars Speaker: Thanuka Wickramarathne, UMass Lowell Description: In this lecture, we explore the notions of multi-sensor data fusion that are applicable to autonomous vehicles operating in dynamic environments. The lecture will begin with a brief introduction to data fusion covering data fusion-levels and architectures for autonomous vehicles; environment perception data andRead More

Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Self-Driving Cars

28 January, 2020 | TA Resource Center

Title: Multi-Sensor Data Fusion for Self-Driving Cars Speaker: Thanuka Wickramarathne, UMass Lowell Description: In this lecture, we explore the notions of multi-sensor data fusion that are applicable to autonomous vehicles operating in dynamic environments. The lecture will begin with a brief introduction to data fusion covering data fusion-levels and architectures for autonomous vehicles; environment perception data andRead More

From the IEEE VTS Resource Center: Fundamentals of Connected Vehicles

11 December, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Fundamentals of Connected Vehicles Speaker: Alex Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Description: This presentation will consist of the following modules: (1) Wireless connectivity in vehicular environments: Compared to other transmission environments, vehicular wireless networks operating in temporally and spatially dynamic topologies are very challenging to implement. Given the requirements of these networks to possess low latencyRead More

From the VTS Resource Center: Battery Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

15 November, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Fundamentals of Battery Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Machines and Drives Speaker: K.T. Chau, University of Hong Kong Description: With ever-increasing concern on our environment, battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are becoming popular. While electric vehicles (EVs) involve multidisciplinary technologies, one of their key technologies is machines and drives. In this lecture, an overviewRead More

Practical Work with Robots

23 October, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Practical Work with Robots Speaker: Sousso Kelouwani, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Description: According to the Conference Board of Canada, Automated Vehicles (AV) will be the next disruptive technology with a substantial reduction of annual road fatalities by more than 75%. Besides the obvious advantages of transportation security and goods/person effective mobility, intelligent vehicle gives a uniqueRead More

Battery Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

23 October, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Fundamentals of Battery Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Machines and Drives Speaker: K.T. Chau, University of Hong Kong Description: With ever-increasing concern on our environment, battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are becoming popular. While electric vehicles (EVs) involve multidisciplinary technologies, one of their key technologies is machines and drives. In this lecture, an overviewRead More

From the Resource Center: Energy Management for Electric Vehicles

6 August, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Energy Sources and Energy Management for Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Speaker:  Loïc Boulon, Hydrogen Research Institute Description: Energy sources are an important latch of electrified vehicles. Classical autonomy and recharge duration for battery vehicles are about 100 to 200 km and several hours, respectively. To tackle this issue, manufacturers have introduced the hybrid electric Vehicles (which includesRead More

FROM THE VTS RESOURCE CENTER: The Control of Self-Driving Cars

9 July, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Impact of Environmental Information on the Control of Self-Driving Cars Speaker:  Raghvendra Cowlagi and Alexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Description: Vehicular autonomy, ranging from driver assistance to full self-driving autonomy, and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) wireless connectivity promises to revolutionize the safety, reliability, and energy-efficiency of future automotive transportation. Connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are cyber-physical systems with increasingly complexRead More

From the VTS Resource Center: The Control of Self-Driving Cars

11 June, 2019 | TA Resource Center

Title: Impact of Environmental Information on the Control of Self-Driving Cars Speaker:  Raghvendra Cowlagi and Alexander Wyglinski, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Description: Vehicular autonomy, ranging from driver assistance to full self-driving autonomy, and vehicle-to-everything (V2X) wireless connectivity promises to revolutionize the safety, reliability, and energy-efficiency of future automotive transportation. Connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are cyber-physical systems with increasingly complexRead More