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September 2021 Newsletter
- Josh Bittle Appointed as Associate Director of Center for Advanced Vehicle Technologies: The Center for Advanced Vehicle Technology (CAVT) has a new Associate Director, Dr. Josh Bittle, and we are excited to work with this long-time affiliate in a leadership role.
- State-of-the-Art Camera Detection Systems Installed on US-82 in Northport: Dr. Alexander Hainen along with his graduate research assistants aided in the installation and configuration of advanced radar and camera detection systems and Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (CV2X) radio communication technologies at three intersections along US-82 in Northport.
- UA Crimson Autonomous Racing Team to Compete in Indy Autonomous Challenge: The Crimson Autonomous Racing (CAR) team has joined forces with Politecnico di Milano (Italy) to compete as the PoliMOVE Team in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. PoliMOVE is a leading contender of the ten remaining teams in the challenge.
- CAVT Executive Director Giving Keynote Address at the Southern Automotive Conference: Center for Advanced Vehicle Technologies (CAVT) Executive Director Dr. Bharat Balasubramanian will give the Southern Automotive Conference (Birmingham, AL – October 13-15, 2021) keynote address titled “The End Game –Silicon Valley versus Automotive OEMs”. CAVT is a platinum sponsor of the event and an ATI affiliated center.