Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Summit – MAASTO
October 16-18, 2019
Day 1 – Wednesday, October 16
Indiana – CAV/ITS Initiatives
Iowa – Preparing for an AV-Ready Iowa
Michigan – CAV Update
Minnesota – Connected and Automated Vehicles in Minnesota
Missouri – Missouri’s Current CAV Initiatives
Wisconsin – Current CAV Initiatives/Efforts in Wisconsin
Day 2 – Thursday, October 17
A Collaborative Approach Towards a Regional Research and Technology Center
Connected and Automated Vehicles – What’s New and Where are We Going?
Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Enforcement
Infrastructure to Support CAV – MDOT Perspective
National Strategy For Highway Automation
Recommended Guidelines for Testing and Licensure
The Future of Smart Mobility
Day 3 – Friday, October 18
University of Wisconsin–Madison has been named one of 10 proving grounds for driverless cars and trucks by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The applications surrounding successfully developing self-driving cars have the potential to reshape not only the auto industry, but the entire world.
In the transportation engineering world, driving simulators have emerged and developed over the last 20 years as a technology to safely study experimental ideas, limited only to the imagination of the researchers.