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VOTE NOW: 2021 VTS Board of Governors Election

2 August, 2021 | Breaking News, Member Updates, Vehicular Technology

IEEE Vehicular Technology Society requests your vote for the election of Members to the VT Board of Governors! Full candidate biographical information is available here. Vote before 22 September 2021! Your participation in the election is essential for the Society. The BoG makes important decisions about our publications, conferences, finances and investments, educational activities, etc.Read More

Mobile Radio – Patient-Researcher Connection via 5G

14 September, 2021 | Mobile Communications, Publications

Claudio Casetti On 12 May 2021, AT&T announced the setup of a new private 5G network helping to revolutionize the way patients and researchers connect at the Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine at the University of Southern California. The on-site 5G network provides ultrafast connectivity for patient-centered cancer research, treatment, and wellness education.Read More

Connected and Automated Vehicles – Coexistence of V2X Technologies

14 September, 2021 | Publications

Katrin Sjoberg The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) standardization in Europe has developed two technical reports on coexistence between Dedicated Short-Range Communications (called Intelligent Transportation Systems-G5 in Europe) and Long-Term Evolution-V2X. One report describes a framework for sharing available spectrum at 5.9 GHz by prioritizing different technologies on frequency channels. The other technical report hasRead More

From IEEE TVT: Research in Deep Neural Networks

14 September, 2021 | Publications

Sangseok Yun, Jae-Mo Kang, Sooyong Choi, and Il-Min Kim Full title—Cooperative Inference of DNNs Over Noisy Wireless Channels This work studies cooperative inference of deep neural networks (DNNs), in which the inference process is performed in a cooperative manner by an edge device and an edge server. In particular, a practical noisy wireless channel betweenRead More

From IEEE OJVT: Post-COVID-19 Era ICT Framework

14 September, 2021 | Publications

Celimuge Wu, Chunrong Peng, Zhaoyang Du, Liming Gao, Tsutomu Yoshinaga, and Yusheng Ji Full title—Toward Agile Information and Communication Framework for the Post-COVID-19 Era In order to satisfy new normal life styles in the post-COVID-19 era, an efficient information and communication technology (ICT) framework is required to collect, process, and utilize data for the purposeRead More

Call for 2021 Fellowship Nominations

17 August, 2021 | Member Updates

IEEE Vehicular Technology Society has two graduate student fellowships. We are currently soliciting nominations for these awards. If you believe you are a good fit for one of the awards, please consider submitting a nomination by 12 September 2021. Daniel E. Noble Fellowship Award The Daniel E. Noble Fellowship Award promotes graduate-level study in vehicularRead More

Message from VP Publications: Rankings Continue to Climb

10 August, 2021 | Member Updates, Publications

Weihua Zhuang VTS publications play a significant role in promoting R&D activities in the VT community. Our main technical journals—IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (TVT), IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine (VTM), and IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology (OJVT)—provide a high-quality and high-impact venue for the researchers and engineers to publish new studies in the latestRead More

Call for IEEE Press Book Series Editor

10 August, 2021 | Publications, Vehicular Technology

Peter Chong, IEEE Press VTS Liaison IEEE Press supports a book series for IEEE Vehicular Technology Society on vehicular technology. The IEEE Press Series on Vehicular Technology focuses on books published by VTS members that would provide a more comprehensive and in-depth treatment of specific topics related to the Society’s fields of interest. Currently, the Book Series EditorRead More

From IEEE VTM: Autonomous Bus Driving

10 August, 2021 | Publications

Rui Oliveira, Pedro Lima, Marcello Cirillo, and Bo Wahlberg Full title—Autonomous Bus Driving: A Novel Motion-Planning Approach This article presents a motion-planning framework that leverages expert bus driver behavior, increasing the safety and maneuverability of autonomous buses. Autonomous vehicles will increase the safety, quality, and efficiency of transportation systems. However, to deploy this technology inRead More

From IEEE OJVT: Routing Optimization for AANETs

10 August, 2021 | Publications

Jingjing Cui, Halil Yetgin, Dong Liu, Jiankang Zhang, Soon Xin Ng, and Lajos Hanzo Full title—Twin-Component Near-Pareto Routing Optimization for AANETs in the North-Atlantic Region Relying on Real Flight Statistics Integrated ground-air-space (IGAS) networks intrinsically amalgamate terrestrial and non-terrestrial communication techniques in support of universal connectivity across the globe. Multi-hop routing over the IGAS networksRead More

Recap: IEEE VTC2021-Spring

21 July, 2021 | Events & Conferences, Member Updates

Jyri Hämäläinen, VTC2021-Spring General Co-chair As General Co-chair of VTC2021-Spring, I am proud to announce that the event was a great success, with over 450 accepted papers, 12 workshops with focused research topics, 15 tutorials, 4 keynotes, and 2 panels. The pandemic is not slowing down the strong Vehicular Technology Conference tradition, and as weRead More

Society: On Automated Vehicles

21 July, 2021 | Member Updates, Vehicular Technology

Edward Au, Vice Chair, IEEE TAB Committee on Standards An automated vehicle is a vehicle capable of sensing its environment and moving safely with minimum or no input from human beings. Recent literature, industry projects, and prototypes have revealed its potential to improve transportation efficiency due to better synchronization of vehicle movements, and also toRead More

The 5G Ecosystem Forges Ahead

21 July, 2021 | Mobile Communications

Claudio Casetti As the world’s economy struggles in the tight grip of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 5G ecosystem is forging ahead with standardization and the development of new products, steady in its commitment to provide ever-improving cellular connectivity and innovative services for business and everyday activities. Even though standardization has been slowed by the needRead More