Garrick Brazil (left), a PhD student in computer science and engineering, and Mo Al-Qizwini, a PhD student in electrical and computer engineering, work with Professor Hayder Radha on MSU's autonomous vehicle.
MSU will display a cutting-edge vehicle and related technology during AutoMobili-D at Cobo Center, Jan. 8-12 -- a premier feature of the 2017 NAIAS in Detroit.
MSU’s green-and-white vehicle is equipped with a variety of intelligent devices and sensors, such as laser radars, or lidars, that create a 3D map of the driving area as well as advanced algorithms that allow a vehicle to maneuver in its environment.
“Much of our work focuses on technology that integrates the vehicle with its environment,” said Hayder Radha, professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of MSU's Connected and Autonomous Networked Vehicles for Active Safety (CANVAS).
Mo Al-Qizwini, a PhD student in electrical and computer engineering and Garrick Brazil, a PhD student in computer science and engineering will help show off MSU’s intelligent devices and sensors at the auto industry showcase. The students work with Prof. Radha on the autonomous vehicle project. http://bit.ly/2iBiWWF
See more at: http://www.egr.msu.edu/news/2017/01/04/headed-2017-naias