The 2nd Connected Vehicles Symposium
Mon, Jun 17
8:00 AM — 4:30 PM
Core BuildingRutgers University96 Frelinghuysen Road
Core Building, Agrusa Auditorium, Room 101
This symposium brings industry, government & academia together to explore vehicle technologies.The second Connected Vehicles (2CV) symposium will bring industry, government and academia together to explore the future directions in research and deployment of connected vehicle technologies in our region. Similar to the last year's symposium, many wireless communication technologies such as Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V), Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I), Infrastructure-to-Vehicle (I2V), and Vehicle-to-Other (V2O) that can be used to improve our transportation system will be the centerpiece of this meeting. However, this year's symposium broadens its scope by looking at some of the emerging trends and challenges automating the task of driving. Initially these technologies can be seen as aids that deliver enhanced safety, comfort and convenience; however, in the long run, they can emerge as autonomous self-driving entities that efficiently share a common infrastructure that accommodates all levels of automation as well as bicycles, pedestrians and other entities that currently use our roadways.