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 of contents around it. We have one of its keynotes to speak about Volvo’s vision on automated driving. He is Erik Coelingh, Senior Technical Leader for Safety and Driver Support Technologies at Volvo Cars. He talked about Volvo’s exciting project Autopilot that will be starting as soon as next year in Gothenburg, the city where IV2016 was held.

We also talked a little bit with Anna Nilsson-Ehle, Director of SAFER, host organization for IV2016, together with Chalmers university. It is a very interesting hub organization connecting together a big number of stakeholders on mobility safety. Very interesting stuff.

We also have comments from the Prof. Jonas Sjöberg IV2016 General Chair, Prof. Brendan Morris, IV2016 Program Chair and also Prof. Daniel Zeng, IEEE ITS Society President.

We have also included our regular mini sections, Transportation in History and Book Review, done by our volunteers Mehran Shirazi and Prof. Haluk Eren.

Erik Coeglinh. Volvo.

Mr. Erik Coelingh. Volvo.

Prof. Jonas_Sjöberg. Chalmers University.

Prof. Jonas_Sjöberg. Chalmers University.

Prof. Brendan Morris. UNLV.

Prof. Brendan Morris. UNLV.

Prof. Daniel Zeng. U. Arizona.

Prof. Daniel Zeng. U. Arizona.

Anna Nilsson-Ehle. SAFER

Mrs. Anna Nilsson-Ehle. SAFER

If you want to jump to Mr. Coeglinh interview, it starts at 8’50”. Likewise, if you want to checkout Mrs. Nilsson-Ehle comments, it starts at 28’08”.
 
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Transportation in History

Transrapid 09 at the Emsland test facility in Germany (Wikipedia)

Transrapid 09 at the Emsland test facility in Germany (Wikipedia)

Electromagnetic suspension (EMS) is used to levitate the Transrapid on the track, so that the train can be faster than wheeled mass transit systems (Wikipedia)

Electromagnetic suspension (EMS) is used to levitate the Transrapid on the track, so that the train can be faster than wheeled mass transit systems (Wikipedia)

 

The Japanese SCMaglev's EDS suspension is powered by the magnetic fields induced either side of the vehicle by the passage of the vehicle's superconducting magnets.

The Japanese SCMaglev’s EDS suspension is powered by the magnetic fields induced either side of the vehicle by the passage of the vehicle’s superconducting magnets (Wikipedia).

EDS Maglev propulsion via propulsion coils (Wikipedia)

EDS Maglev propulsion via propulsion coils (Wikipedia)

Sources:

http://www.maglev.net/news/maglev-train-history
http://www.academia.edu/589542/History_and_Development_of_Magnetic_Levitating_Trains
http://www.faculty.rsu.edu/users/c/clayton/www/presson/paper.htm
http://www.britannica.com/technology/maglev-train
http://maglevt.weebly.com/history-on-maglev-trains.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maglev

Book Review:

Statistical and econometric methods for transportation data analysis, By Simon P. Washington, Matthew G. Karlaftis, and Fred L. Mannering, CRC press, 2010, 530 pages, ISBN-13: 978-1420082852, ISBN-10: 142008285X.

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