Transportation Systems Analysis


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The Transportation Systems Analysis(TSA) Group conducts research focused on the interactions between infrastructure, vehicles, and vehicle operators. Much of this research is focused on intelligent transportation systems, especially connected and automated vehicle technology, and planning for the deployment and operation of these technologies. TSA aims to help both the automotive and transportation industries deploy technologies that enhance safety, improve mobility, contribute to economic vitality, and reduce the environmental consequences of transportation.

 

Michigan Connected and Automated Vehicle Working Group Meeting

Next Meeting: TBD

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Transportation Systems Analysis

Richard Wallace, Director, cndhbGxhY2VAY2FyZ3JvdXAub3Jn

Valerie Brugeman, Senior Project Manager, dmJydWdlbWFuQGNhcmdyb3VwLm9yZw==

Eric Paul Dennis, P.E., Transportation Systems Analyst, ZXBkZW5uaXNAY2FyZ3JvdXAub3Jn

Adela Spulber, Transportation Systems Analyst, YXNwdWxiZXJAY2FyZ3JvdXAub3Jn


TSA Research

Crowdsourcing Transportation Systems Data

Authors: Eric Paul Dennis, P.E., Richard Wallace, and Brian Reed

Management Procedures for Data Collected via ITS


Authors: Qiang Hong, Ph.D., Richard Wallace, Eric Paul Dennis, P.E., Brian Reed, and Anthony Gasiorowski

Connected vs. Automated Vehicles as Generators of Useful Data

Authors: Qiang Hong, Ph.D., Richard Wallace and Gregory Krueger





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