the US national transportation safety board has just called for all cars, trucks, and buses to come equipped with V2V communication systems that let cars 'talk' to one another and their environment. research suggests that V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) and its partner V2I (vehicle-to-infrastructure) communications could address up to 82 percent of automobile crashes, as well as reduce CO2 emissions by helping travelers make informed decisions to avoid congested routes.
Recorded AERIS Fall-Winter Webinar Series Presentations now available. (slides also available as PDF downloads) AERIS = Applications in Real-Time Information Synthesis. Topics related to Intelligent Transportation Systems / Vehicle-Vehicle Communication and other Smart Car technologies