- We are actively pursuing a realization of sustainable and safe automotive transportation in a variety of global locations.
- Modeling, artificial intelligence, control, and optimization are leveraged to advance new technology toward commercial realization.
- October 2019 - WMU Autonomous Vehicle Project featured in several media outlets
July 2019 - Awarded a 1 year grant Faculty Research and Creative Activities Award to investigate In-Motion Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles
January 2019 - Awarded a 1 year grant from the Michigan Department of Transportation to develop an autonomous electric shuttle for the Battle Creek VA Hospital. It is a collaboration with Pratt & Miller (lead), Robotic Research, University of Michigan, Kevadiya, and Comet Mobility.
December 2018 - Awarded a 2 year grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to research mobility and energy improvements from vehicle and traffic control. It is a collaboration with Colorado State University (lead), the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the city of Fort Collins, the city of Denver, and the clean cities coalition.
- July 2018 - The MCO Lab was awarded an NVIDIA GPU Grant to investigate autonomous vehicle control and fuel economy.