CAT Vehicle 2015

Yegeta Zeleke and Kennon McKeever published results of their research project in the 15th Workshop on Domain-Specific Modeling, which is the longest-running workshop in the history of SPLASH/OOPSLA.

Sterling Holcomb, Audrey Knowlton, and Juan Guerra published results of their research project in WinnComm'16, the Wireless Innovation Forum Conference on Wireless Communications Technologies and Software Defined Radio, in Reston, VA. Their paper, titled "Power Efficient Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks" was a new approach for Vehicular AdHoc Networks (VANETS) that represents a significant reduction in power use. This benefit enables more vehicles to communicate simultaneously.

Adam Johnson worked on developing code that controls the CAT vehicle through a smart phone.

Audrey Knowlton worked to improve vehicle-to-vehicle communications while reducing power consumption of communications systems.

Elizabeth Olson worked on developing code that controls the CAT vehicle through a smart phone.

Juan Guerra worked to improve vehicle-to-vehicle communications while reducing power consumption of communications systems.

Sterling Holcomb worked to improve vehicle-to-vehicle communications while reducing power consumption of communications systems.

Charles Jawny worked on developing hybrid predictive controller technology, which helps the vehicle identify obstacles in the environment without compromising velocity.

Kennon McKeever worked on creating a new programming language that allows for faster programming of autonomous vehicles.

Yegeta Zeleke worked on creating a new programming language that allows for faster programming of autonomous vehicles.

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