If you’ve ever felt like packing your car for a trip was like a game of Tetris, you can relate to the challenge of fitting a heavily equipped soldier into a military vehicle.
Researchers are developing and testing algorithms that build resilience into networked systems to stave off corruption by antagonistic forces.
Insights could lead to better, safer driving systems of the future
What if you had a master algorithm that could create all of the separate algorithms that go into controlling an autonomous vehicle, anticipating errors and incompatibilities? That’s the focus of research by Dr. Necmiye Ozay.
Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering & Technology Symposium at Novi, MI.
ARC Research in ASME Special Issue on “Autonomous Mobile Systems” in Memory of Professor J. Karl Hedrick
Three papers produced by ARC researchers were included in this publication.
Connect with ARC and GVSC researchers at Novi, MI August 13-15, 2019.