Lykes Claytor worked on creating a system that increases traffic efficiency of driverless cars with a technique called platooning.

TUCSON, Arizona -- Visiting undergraduate students, including some who are the first in their families to attend college, experienced hands-on research---and hands-off driving---in a National Science Foundation program at the University of Arizona this summer. They will demonstrate their driverless tech research projects on the UA campus Aug. 11.

CAT Vehicle under autonomous control. Image credit: University of Arizona.

Alberto Heras (University of Arizona)
Lykes Claytor (Wofford College)

Can we route traffic better than traffic lights can, if cars can communicate with one another?

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