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Manage Your Research Data with IEEE DataPort

6 August, 2019 | Member Updates

IEEE is proud to introduce IEEE DataPort™, a valuable and easily accessible data storage and sharing platform that can significantly enhance your research efforts. Upload and store standard or open-access datasets for free with the option to link your paper submission. Currently, the main publications of VTS—IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology and IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine—participateRead 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

Autonomous Vehicles in Adverse Weather Conditions

6 August, 2019 | Vehicular Technology

Reviewed by Richard Yu, Associate EiC, VTS Mobile World This review is a summary of “The Impact of Adverse Weather Conditions on Autonomous Vehicles: How Rain, Snow, Fog, and Hail Affect the Performance of a Self-Driving Car” by Shizhe Zang, Ming Ding, David Smith, Paul Tyler, Thierry Rakotoarivelo, and Mohamed Ali Kaafar, published in theRead More

EU Legislation on Vehicle Safety

6 August, 2019 | Vehicular Technology

Article by Elisabeth Uhlemann In a drive to reduce the number of fatalities and injuries on EU roads, Internal Market Committee members of the European Parliament (MEPs) aim to install safety features, such as intelligent speed assistance, an advanced emergency-braking system, and an emergency stop signal, as mandatory in all new vehicles. The draft lawRead More

5G Smartphone Trials

6 August, 2019 | Mobile Communications

Article by Matthias Pätzold Performed at the TIM laboratories based in Turin, the first over-the-air connection trials were compliant with the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) 5G New Radio Release 15 specifications, featuring Ericsson technology that uses massive multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) solutions. The test employed a smartphone based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X50 5G chipset, theRead More

SANDAG Receives US$80M for Trolley Extension

6 August, 2019 | Railroad & Mass Transit

Article by Harvey Glickenstein The Mid-Coast Trolley, an 11-mile expansion of the Metropolitan Transit System’s Blue Line, broke ground in 2016. At that time, the FTA guaranteed a US$1.04billion matching grant over a 10−year period for the US$2.17 billion expansion project. “This is a big win for the San Diego region,” said Terry Sinnott, SANDAGRead More

Making the Most of VTS: New Full Open Access Journal in Vehicular Technology

9 July, 2019 | Member Updates

Article by Alexander M. Wyglinski, President One of the many services VTS provides to its members is a collection of high-quality, high-impact, peer-reviewed journal publication venues, designed to disseminate the latest results and findings across the many areas of vehicular technology. These venues include the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (2018 Impact Factor = 5.339)Read More

Call for Editors: Vehicular Technology Series

9 July, 2019 | Member Updates

Article  by Peter Chong, IEEE Press VTS Liaison IEEE Press supports a book series for IEEE Vehicular Technology Society on vehicular technology. The IEEE Press Book Series on Vehicular Technology focuses on books published by VTS members that would provide a more comprehensive and in-depth treatment of specific topics. Currently, the Series Editor position is vacant. IfRead More

Standards for IoT

9 July, 2019 | Government Regulations

Article by Edward Au There are many different kind of definitions, meanings, and interpretations on Internet of Things (IoT), because they depend heavily on, for example, the particular use cases, services and applications, objectives and contexts of interest. There is, however, a common agreement that IoT is comprised of many different kinds of interconnected devicesRead 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