Students forge new roads for future transportation

Graduate course creates career path for autonomous, connected vehicle research

By Larry Osentoski

Students in Oakland University’s Industrial and Systems Engineering Department’s Systems of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles graduate course are learning the latest technologies and business cases used across various industries that will play a key role in defining what a future with autonomous vehicles looks like. The course provides students with an introduction to not only the technologies involved, but also the development history of the technology and the systems to which they are incorporated.

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