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ITS Podcast Episode 38: Vision-Based Turning Movement Monitoring

We start the new year of 2017 with a very special interview with Professor Brandon Morris from University of Nevada, LasVegas and Dr. Shirazi from Cleveland State university who have together published an article titled “Vision-Based Turning Movement Monitoring: Count,

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ITS Podcast Episode 37: Intelligent Vehicles in the Outer Rim with prof. Felipe Jimenez

Here we are again with the best periodical podcast on Intelligent Transportation Science and Engineering. We have a very interesting menu for today. We will talk about how the intelligent vehicle field is evolving in the periphery of Europe, far

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ITS Podcast Episode 36: Transportation Electrification with Philip Krein

This episode 36, for September 2016. We have included a special content this time: Nothing less than the Professor Philip Krein’s keynote talk at our last ITS Society’s ITSC2015 conference in Spain. Philip Krein is Chair of the IEEE Transportation

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ITS Podcast Episode 35: IEEE IV 2016 Special Issue with Coelingh from Volvo cars and Anna Nilsson-Ehle from SAFER

This is episode 35 for July 2016, a special issue about the still warm Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2016 that has just happened in Sweden a few days ago. We have been there and we have prepared such a good selection

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ITS Podcast Episode 34: Predicting Intentions with Cristobal Curio

We have prepared a great menu for our audience. We have a central interview with profesor Curio, from Reutlingen University in Germany to talk about autonomous vehicles, intention prediction, driver’s attention estimation and a lot more exciting hot research topics

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ITS Podcast Episode 33: Adaptive cruise-control a lot more, with Petros Ioannou

In this episode we have Prof. Jeffrey Miller interviewing Professor Petros Ioannou, both based at the University of Southern California. Petros Ioannou is such a reputed colleague in the field, for example for his contributions to adaptive cruise-control systems. He

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ITS Podcast Episode 32: STIRPE. Autonomous Driving in Unstructured Environments, with Leopoldo Acosta

Happy New Year to all of you!! Welcome back! Thanks for listening the ITS Podcast! For this chapter we have interviewed professor Leopoldo Acosta, from the University of La Laguna in Spain, about their intelligent vehicle, VERDINO (national research project

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ITS Podcast Episode 31: 2400Km of Autonomous Driving with Prof. Raul Rojas. Special Issue about the IEEE ITSS Spanish Chapter’s DLS talk

We have prepared a special episode about two events coming from the Spanish Chapter of the ITS Society! First, this chapter has organized a best ITS PhD and Master thesis award. We got to interview the PhD Awardee, professor David

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ITS Podcast Episode 30: ITSS Lifetime Achievement Awardee, Lyle Saxton

We have a warm new episode ready to be tasted by our selected and special audience. The central content of this issue is a fascinating and inspiring interview with Mr. Lyle Saxton, a veteran engineer in our field that has

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ITS Podcast Episode 29: Special Issue on IEEE ITSC 2015

This is a special episode of the ITS Podcast about the just finished 18th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems, that was held in the Canary Islands from Sep. 15 to 18, 2015 (http://www.itsc2015.org). We have put together some

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ITS Podcast Episode 28: Cooperative Perception and Autonomous Vehicles

After this little holidays break, we are back with a brand new episode for your ears, for our precious and selected audience. Today, in the central ring we have professor Rosaldo Rossetti interviewing Dr. Seong-Woo Kim, from Seoul National University,

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ITS Podcast Episode 27: IEEE IV2015 Special Issue with Bart van Arem

This is a special issue about the just wrapping up IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium Sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation System Society ITSS. We have prepared a selection of contents with some of the big names involved. As the main

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ITS Podcast Episode 26: In the Passenger Seat of an Autonomous Car with Mr. Elbanhawi and Dr. Olaverri-Monreal

We have prepared a super interesting brand new episode. Are you one of the kind scared to death with the mere idea of being transported in a self-driven car? Would you pay to enjoy a ride at Google’s or any

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ITS Podcast episode 25: Second Anniversary with Dr. Wagner, talking about SUMO

Congratulations to everyone!! This is our second anniversary episode. We have 24 episodes online and this is our 25th! We have prepared a special episode to celebrate this milestone. We have prepared a special news minisection where Dr. Maryam Kaveshgar

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ITS Podcast Episode 24: Traffic Modeling, Control and Optimization, Theory and Applications with Prof. Papageorgiou

For this new episode, the central content is an amazing interview with our very renowned and successful colleague, professor Markos Papageorgiou. This interview has been recorded by our new volunteer, the young brilliant professor Hilmi Berk Celikoglu. Additionally we have

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ITS Podcast Episode 23: Map-aided Evidential Grids for Driving Scene Understanding, with Prof. Bonnifait and Dr. Kurdej

We have prepared a new episode for our very special community. We have a very interesting interview with Prof. Philippe Bonnifait, Professor in Robotics and Automation at the University of Technology of Compiègne and Head of the research group “Automation,

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ITS Podcast Episode 22: First Distinguished Lectures Series Event in Japan, with Tsuguo Nobe and Shinpei Kato

Last November, the IEEE ITS Society started its Distinguished Lecture Series with an event organized by our Japanese Chapters, the Nagoya Chapter and the Tokyo Chapter. They organized a super attractive event, aiming in particular to our future colleagues, in

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ITS Podcast Episode 21: NOTICE. Traffic Incidents Reporting with Samy El-Tawab

Happy new year to everyone! How could we possibly have a better start for the new year than with a new edition of the ITSPodcast? As you may see, we don’t stop for Holidays! Here you have a still warm

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ITS Podcast Episode 20: Active Safety with Prof. Azim Eskandarian

This is our Christmas present for all our appreciated listeners. We have prepared a very interesting episode, including a super instructive long interview with Professor Azim Eskandarian about Active Safety. I’m sure you will like it. Additionally we also have

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ITS Podcast Episode 19: IEEE ITSC2014 Special Issue with Matt Barth from UCR

This is a special issue on the recent Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference 2014, that has just happened in QingDao China. We have a set of interesting comments recorded on-site, plus a fascinating interview to one of the keynote speakers of

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ITS Podcast Episode 18: “Radical Collaboration” with Chuck Gulash, from Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center in USA.

Do you know that Toyota has a huge facility in Ann Arbor, Michigan where they have an awful lot of amazing projects on Human Factors, Active Safety, Passive Safety/Biomechanics and Post Crash Projects. We have interviewed Chuck Gulash, Director of

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ITS Podcast Episode 17: Wirelessly Charging Electric Vehicles with Young Jae Jang, from KAIST

Have you heard of contactless electric vehicle charging? We have a striking interview with  professor Young Jae JANG, one of the leaders of the On-Line Electric Vehicle project at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. It is a

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ITS Podcast Episode 15: Special Issue about IV’14 with Mohan Trivedi

We have prepared a special issue of the ITS Podcast, this time about the just closing 2014 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium, also known as IV’14. We have comments from its organizers, from the Intelligent Transportation Systems Society President, plus a

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ITS Podcast Episode 14: The Warrigal Dataset. Modeling Drivers Down Under with Nebot and Ward

For this new episode we have a very instructive three way long interview with two researchers based on Australia, professor Eduardo Nebot and Dr. James Ward, on a very interesting work to be soon published at the ITS Magazine about

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ITS Podcast Episode 13: Special 1st Anniversary Episode, with Hesham Rakha from the Center for Sustainable Mobility at VTTI

Happy anniversary to all of the ITS Podcast community! 12 amazing episodes and counting! Thanks for being there! We have a short interview with the current ITS Society’s President, professor Matthew Barth, talking about the current situation of the Intelligent

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ITS Podcast Episode 12: Computer Vision to Automatically Maintain Traffic Signs and Panels

In this episode we have prepared some contents for your enjoyment, like a very nice interview with professor Miguel Angel Sotelo, from University of Alcala, in Spain, about VISUALISE, a tremendous project he has led to automatically inspect Traffic Signs

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ITS Podcast Episode 11: Autonomous Driving Systems at Defense and Industry

In this episode you may enjoy a very nice interview with John Beck, chief principal engineer of unmanned systems for the Advanced Products Engineering Group within Oshkosh Corporation. A world leading company serving very important customers like the US Defense

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ITS Podcast Episode 10: Human Factors at Car Makers Industry

For this new podcast we have Dr. Cristina Olaverri Monreal as our guest to talk about Human Factors, this time from an Industry point of view. She is an active collaborator on a number of projects with big car makers

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ITS Podcast Episode 9: Vislab’s PROUD2013

The main content of this new episode is a fresh interview to Professor Alberto Broggi, from University of Parma, in Italy, about the latest fantastic challenge VisLab has delivered to the amazement of the whole ITS research community: PROUD2013. Professor

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ITS Podcast Episode 8: Daimler and KIT Bertha Benz Route Autonomous Drive

In this new ITS Podcast we have a really interesting three way interview with scientists from Karlsruhe Technical University and Daimler on their amazing autonomous driving acomplishment, a new milestone, through Bertha Benz Memorial route in the south of Germany.

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This Podcast is sponsored by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society. Website designed and managed by the Innovation Center for the Information Society (CICEI), at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain. Soundtrack developed by Rubicom. Audio edition, post production and dissemination by the Institute of Cybernetics at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.The header picture is a Creative Commons licenced picture of nicholas_t at Flickr.com
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