Pavement Condition Monitoring with Connected Vehicle Data

Considering the possibility for safer and more efficient data collection, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) asked researchers at CAR to investigate the potential for connected vehicle data to contribute to pavement condition and performance assessment...

Use of ITS Technology for Management of Freight and Transit Assets

Freight movement and public transit are essential components of Michigan’s transportation system. The development, adaptation, and deployment of intelligent transportation system (ITS) technologies for commercial vehicle platforms and public transit systems will have...

Connected Vehicle Technology Industry Delphi Survey

The Michigan Department of Transportation asked the Center for Automotive Research to survey experts from the automotive industry to forecast the future of connected vehicle technology research and deployment. CAR researchers completed this survey effort and analyzed the results with an eye toward ascertaining the strategic directions of the connected vehicle and wireless communication technology industries over the next five to ten years.

Connected Vehicle Technology Government Delphi Survey

The Michigan Department of Transportation asked the Center for Automotive Research to survey experts drawn from the public sector (including transportation and ITS contractors that work for public-sector agencies) to forecast the future of connected vehicle technology research and deployment.

Public Perceptions of Connected Vehicle Technology

Federal and state agencies, in conjunction with private industry, are working to develop and implement connected vehicle technologies. As envisioned, these technologies will enable vehicles to communicate with each other and the roadway for the purpose of achieving...