The penetration of automated and connected vehicles depends on developing and regulating the appropriate infrastructure (architectures, protocols, standards, experimental and test sites) and technologies (sensors, artificial intelligence, and cyber) that serve as a prerequisite for implementing vehicle to vehicle (V2V) and vehicle to infrastructure (V2I) connectivity.
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITIES
Automated vehicles, V2V, V2I, cyber, sensors, AI
KNOWLEDGE GAP RESEARCH 2020
Autonomous Vehicle, Sensing and Communication Survey
Authors: Shraga Shoval, Shlomi Hacohen and Oded Medina
Between the years 2019-2021, Prof. Shraga Shoval from Ariel University was the Chair of the Automation and Connectivity Professional Committee. We thank Prof. Shoval for his contribution to the center’s activities!
As of November 2021, Dr. Igal Bilik from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is leading the Professional Committee for Automation and Connectivity.
Dr. Igal Bilik, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
If you would like to join the Automation and Connectivity Professional Committee or if you would like to collaborate with us, you can contact Dr. Igal Bilik, Committee Chair.