Improving Traffic Safety and Mobility Using DSRC-Based V2V Communication
December 4, 2014
About the Presentation
This seminar highlighted the development phases of a traffic information system for work zones using vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication that relies on dedicated short-range communication (DSRC) technology. The traffic information system dynamically acquires important travel parameters (e.g., travel time and back of the queue location) and disseminates these parameters to vehicles that have yet to approach the back of the queue.
The successful implementation of this system could improve traffic mobility by reducing long travel times through work zones. In addition, the system has the potential to reduce the rear-end collisions that frequently occur at the tail end of work-zone congestion by bringing situational awareness to drivers.
About the Speaker
M. Imran Hayee is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Minnesota Duluth. His research focuses in the areas of communication systems, optical fiber communication, digital signal processing, and more. Hayee holds 15 U.S. patents.