Energy Efficiency and Emission Testing for Connected and Automated Vehicles Using Real-World Driving Data

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Chang, Yan ; Yang, Weiqing ; Zhao, Ding (2018)
  • Subject: Statistics - Applications | Electrical Engineering and Systems Science - Signal Processing | Computer Science - Other Computer Science

By using the onboard sensing and external connectivity technology, connected and automated vehicles (CAV) could lead to improved energy efficiency, better routing, and lower traffic congestion. With the rapid development of the technology and adaptation of CAV, it is mo... View more
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