Eric Paul Dennis, P.E.
Senior Transportation Systems Analyst
Center for Automotive Research
Eric Paul Dennis joined the Transportation Systems Analysis (TSA) Group at CAR in 2012 as a Transportation Systems Analyst. Eric’s research focus at CAR centers on policy implications of new mobility services and developing transportation technologies. Eric has extensively studied driving automation and connected-vehicle technologies in order to provide policy guidance to public agencies, as well as analyze how the private sector may be affected by emerging public policy.
Eric is a Michigan-licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.), with a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University, and an M.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Michigan. Eric also holds an M.S. in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Michigan, where he studied public-policy approaches to community and economic development.
- The State of Industry X in Automotive
- Opportunities to Encourage On-road Connected and Automated Vehicle Testing – Recommendations for the Saginaw Region
- Strategic Growth Plan for Connected and Automated Vehicle Assets in Southeast Michigan
- Review of NHTSA Proposal to Mandate V2V Communication for Safety
- Future Cities: Navigating the New Era of Mobility
- International Scan of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technology Deployment Efforts
- Planning for Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Use of ITS Technology for Management of Freight and Transit Assets
- Economic Evaluation of Commercial Remote Sensors for Bridge Health Monitoring
- ITS Data Ethics in the Public Sector
- Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Sustainable Transportation Systems in Beijing
- Pavement Condition Monitoring with Connected Vehicle Data
- Management Procedures for Data Collected via ITS
- Crowdsourcing Transportation Systems Data
- The Impact of New Mobility Services on the Automotive Industry
- Global Harmonization of Connected Vehicle Communication Standards
- Performance Based Planning and Programming for Pavement Management
- Public Perceptions of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies