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New Frontiers in Connected Vehicle Technologies: A Testbed for Validating Connectivity, Data Analytics, Cybersecurity, and Automation

The Center for Connected Multimodal Mobility (C2M2), headquartered at Clemson University, began conducting research in 2016 by utilizing and enhancing the functionalities of the Clemson University Connected Vehicle Testbed (CU-CVT). 

CU-CVT includes heterogeneous wireless communication technologies and data infrastructure for real-time connected vehicle (CV) data exchange, streaming, fusion, and archiving. One key feature of the testbed is the layered architecture, which enables the reduction of data delivery delay for the services provided by CU-CVT and supports reduced bandwidth requirements and data loss rates. These are necessary to accommodate a large number of CVs while simultaneously supporting multiple and diverse CV applications.

Last updated: Monday, October 30, 2017