- Connected Vehicles Concept
The concept of the Connected Vehicles (CV) program holds the promise of forever changing the way MDOT and the public-sector do business in regard to operations and maintenance. However, much work is required for connected vehicles to be implemented in the United States. The technical and institutional challenges are extensive and will require time to overcome. Furthermore, connected vehicles is not even possible without the ability for vehicles to communicate data with the roadside infrastructure, and for back-haul communications to potentially carry this vast amount of data to control centers or other central locations. Once data is communicated to the infrastructure, the data can be shared, fused, packaged and disseminated from a wide range of providers to a wide range of users.
- Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAV) Corridor
- NAIAS 2020 Michigan Mobility Challenge