Automated & Connected Vehicles
Also known as Cooperative & Automated Transportation, Automated & Connected Vehicles describes technologies that allow for communication to or between vehicles as well as topics like self-driving cars, innovative communications, and future technologies. We will continue to add articles as this category of strategies evolves.
Automated or driverless truck platooning is one truck following closely behind another using sensors and automated driving technology. Long-haul trucks that follow 40 or 50-feet apart during highway travel save fuel and reduce emissions.
Cooperative automated transportation (CAT), including autonomous and connected vehicles, is an evolving field within transportation.