Published in Informed Infrastructure: Moving Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Forward

July 22, 2019

A smart mobility testing ground launches via partnership between Stantec, Space Institute Research Corp., and University of Tennessee Space Institute

 

Stantec has partnered with the Space Institute Research Corporation and the University of Tennessee Space Institute to test Smart City Mobility technologies at the Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technology Evaluation Center. The goal? To test and develop future-focused solutions to optimize existing vehicles and infrastructure for connected technology.
Jeff Albee, principal of Stantec’s Client Technology Services practice, speaks with Informed Infrastructure about the most recent test and ongoing partnership.

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