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 Electrification Community and delivered a very interesting and provocative talk titled “Leveraging High-Performance Electric Transportation for Intelligent Systems”.

Prof. Philip Krein

Prof. Philip Krein

We also have a news minisection, by the assistant editor Dr. Maryam Kaveshgar, who has compiled a couple of very interesting stories about UBER and Tesla’s recent accident.

Mehran Shirazi will be talking about supersonic passenger flights in his Transportation in History minisection.

And finally Haluk Eren has done a very interesting book review on the book titled “Incremental Learning for Motion Prediction of Pedestrians and Vehicles”.

If you want to jump to Prof. Krein’s talk, it starts at 11’41”.

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News Minisection

Uber’s Volvo XC90

Uber’s Volvo XC90

Ford using Velodyne

Ford using Velodyne

Ford using Velodyne 2

Ford using Velodyne and Helmet 2

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Transportation in History

Tu-144: Tupolev Tu-144 was the first SST to enter service and the first to leave it. Only 55 passengers flights were carried out before service ended due to safety concerns. A small number of cargo and test flights were also carried out after its retirement

Tu-144: Tupolev Tu-144 was the first SST to enter service and the first to leave it. Only 55 passengers flights were carried out before service ended due to safety concerns. A small number of cargo and test flights were also carried out after its retirement

Concorde: The Concorde supersonic transport had an ogival delta wing, a slender fuselage and four underslung Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 engines. G-BOAF was the last of the British Concordes to be completed and the last to fly in 2003

Concorde: The Concorde supersonic transport had an ogival delta wing, a slender fuselage and four underslung Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 engines. G-BOAF was the last of the British Concordes to be completed and the last to fly in 2003

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Book Review

Govea, A. D. V. (2010). Incremental learning for motion prediction of pedestrians and vehicles (Vol. 64). Springer.
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