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Data and Movement Informatics for "Cooperative Truck Platooning Systems" - A Trial

  • 2022-04-28
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Webex

Data and movement informatics for "Cooperative Truck Platooning Systems" - A Trial

*******   April 28th is the new date!  ********

You can register for the event here.

This event is jointly provided by Calgary & Edmonton DAMA Chapters

Abstract

Learn about how data is managed and used in the cooperative movement between vehicles and the volumes of data and specific telematics used for communications, operation and safety for automated vehicles such as trucks.


Speakers

Stephen Lindwall

A career project management professional with 20+ years of experience developing high-tech electronics products that generate high revenue and profit margins. He has extensive experience in leading large, global, cross-functional teams, including engineering and supply chain management, to deliver new products to market. Stephen has deep expertise and a passion for continuous improvement, systemization and methodologies for added-value outcomes."

Dr. Mahdi Shahbakhti

"Dr. Mahdi Shahbakhti is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta. For several years Dr. Shahbakhti has worked to analyze how the dynamic automotive, robotic, and heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems control our vehicles. His research has focused on increasing the efficiency of energy systems, working with the automotive industry on systems identification, physical modeling, combustion and hybrid electric engines, vehicle emissions systems, and both connected and automated vehicles. A career of research trials saw Mahdi well positioned to lead the instrumentation, data collection, and vehicle telematics portions of the Cooperative Truck Platooning System Project."

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