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 “The Warrigal Dataset”, a fascinating dataset that may prove really useful for many researchers soon.

Additionally we do have a Transportation in History about one of the most ancient transportation means: Horses. Finally, we have a striking new regulation at California, regarding Autonomous vehicles that may become historical, allowing automated vehicles circulating merged into regular traffic.

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For those willing to jump straight to the Prof. Nebot and Dr. Ward’s interview, it starts at 6′:10″.

Prof. Eduardo Nebot

Prof. Eduardo Nebot

Dr. James Ward

Dr. James Ward

warrigal

Click to see an animated gif with images about the Warrigal dataset

 

Warrigal (Dingo)

Warrigal (Dingo)

 

News Minisection:

http://apps.dmv.ca.gov/about/lad/pdfs/auto_veh2/adopted_txt.pdf

http://www.itsc2014.org/cfp.htm

Transportation in History:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_equestrian_terms

Horse-drawn wagon, Standard of Ur (West Asia, 2500 BC)

Horse-drawn wagon, Standard of Ur (West Asia, 2500 BC)

By | 2014-06-03T17:48:40+00:00 June 1st, 2014|Podcast|0 Comments

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