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, Speed & Waiting Time Estimation” at the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Magazine. The interview is conducted by Dr. Ansar Yasar, a professor at Hasselt University.

 

We also have a review done by Dr Haluk Eren from Firat Universtiy on a book titled : Mobile Electric Vehicles Online Charging and Discharging (Wireless Networks), By Miao Wang, Ran Zhang, and Xuemin (Sherman) Shen, Springer Press, 2016,

 

 

 

The podcast begins with the usual News Mini-section, by Dr. Maryam Kaveshgar. She will tell us about NVIDIA DRIVE PX2, EZ10, Infineon Technologies and Uber. Some very interesting things happening.

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Book Review:

Mobile Electric Vehicles Online Charging and Discharging (Wireless Networks), By Miao Wang, Ran Zhang, and Xuemin (Sherman) Shen, Springer Press, 2016, 73 pages, ISBN-13: 978-3319251288 ISBN-10: 3319251287.

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2 comments on “ITS Podcast Episode 38: Vision-Based Turning Movement Monitoring
  1. João Almeida says:

    Hello.

    There is a problem with the download link from this episode.
    It points to the previous episode, number 37.
    Thanks for your great work.

    Best regards,
    João Almeida

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