Purdue University is a partner in a $9.95M U.S. Department of Transportation project aimed at demonstrating the safety and mobility potentials of a next-generation traffic control system. Called “smart intersections,” the technology is capable of gathering and transmitting information in real time to connected and automated vehicles (CAVs).
TScan developed in Lyles School tracks road activity for improving safety of conventional and automated vehicles
Purdue University is poised to be the first to roll out TScan - an innovative, fully automated scanning system for acquiring traffic microscopic data at road intersections.
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