Connected-automated vehicles (CAVs) were once a figment of our imagination, something we only saw in science fiction movies; now, they’re becoming a reality. What exactly is CAV technology? CAVs leverage a combination of on- and off-vehicle sensors, cameras and other technologies to connect with other vehicles and infrastructure to help guide vehicles, improving public safety […]
TTI Editorial Featured in the Washington Times
Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) Agency Director Greg Winfree and TTI Senior Research Engineer Ginger Goodin recently wrote an editorial that was featured in the September 13 edition of the the Washington Times. The editorial, “Pioneering automated travel — and learning along the way,” focuses on the future of automated travel and TTI’s role in […]
TTI, Texas A&M Law School Work to Navigate the CV/AV Policy Maze
For decades, traffic laws have sought to regulate the actions and qualifications of drivers. But what if the driver isn’t a human being? If the car drives itself, what does that mean for driver-education courses? If the self-driving car is involved in a crash, who’s at fault? And if the operator of the self-driving car […]
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