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May
3

Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research

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Deep Orange is a vehicle prototype program that immerses graduate automotive engineering students into the world of an OEM. Working collaboratively, students, multi-disciplinary faculty, and participating industry partners produce a new vehicle prototype each year. Each project integrates breakthrough product innovations and new processes – providing the automotive engineering students with hands-on experience in vehicle design, engineering, prototyping and production from the time they enter into the academic program until graduation.

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Apr
26

Bicycle Generator Project | Clean Energy Research and Education

Wind for Schools worked with several teachers who expressed interest in using bicycle generators to teach their students some fundamental concepts of energy and basic mechanical, engineering, and electrical principles. With this project we worked with K-12 and college students to organize hands-on design and construction of bike generators. We then used the bike generators in the classroom for fun demonstrations which increased students’ understanding and awareness of energy topics.





History of the project

In 2010, Jeff Hines, a local Flagstaff teacher who also served as the first WindSenator in Arizona, inspired us to pursue bicycle generators for use in K-12 classrooms. Shortly after, we learned of an NAU student, Matthew Petney, who had built a double-bike generator, which included a battery for energy storage and an inverter and outlet so normal 120-volt devices could be plugged into it. We purchased the system from Matt and shared it with several interested teachers and classes as an educational tool. Matt joined our team in fall 2011 to provide more technical guidance to our staff and our teacher partners in building bike generators, bike blenders, and more.

In fall 2011 and spring 2012, Marilla Lamb and Matthew Petney visited two of our partner schools (Flagstaff Junior Academy and Orme School) to build bike blenders and a bike generator with middle and high school students. The students were presented with the design challenge, as well as tools and materials, and worked with our staff to design and build the bikes. These bikes were used at several school events, and in the classroom the following year as a teaching tool.





In 2011, Marilla Lamb wrote a grant to NAU’s Green Fund to fund a bicycle-powered charging station (The Eco-Pedaler), complete with energy meters so students can see the energy they produce and the energy they use, and with transparent coverings so all components are visible. The project was funded and a team of students designed and built the bike during 2012. The completed charging station can be seen in NAU’s engineering building. Now, a team of senior electrical and mechanical engineering students are working on the second iteration of the charging station, which is also funded by NAU’s Green Fund to improve its usability and versatility.

Wind for Schools was awarded funding from the APS Leadership Grant program in 2012, and obtained nearly $5,000 to work with several teachers in Arizona at some of our partner schools to build bicycle generators either in their science classes or with their science clubs. Our team built these bike generators with students at Mount Elden Middle School, Coconino High School, STAR School, Williams High School, and Northland Preparatory Academy in Spring 2013. Several energy lessons accompany the bicycle generators that we built and worked with in K-12 classrooms.

Using the bike generator in your classroom

The bike generator is a great tool for explaining difficult concepts like energy, power, electricity, and energy conversions. When students use the bike generator, they get a physical, hands-on understanding of these

Apr
21

Automotive Intelligence Park Assist System Market Research Report – Forecast to 2023

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1. Market Attractiveness Analysis

1.1.1. Global Counter UAS Market, By Type

1.1.2. Global Counter UAS Market, By Platform

1.1.3. Global Counter UAS Market, By End-User

1.1.4. Global Counter UAS Market, By Region

2. Market Introduction

2.1. Market Definition

2.2. Scope of the Study

2.3. Market Structure

2.4. Key Buying Criteria

2.5. Market Factor Indicator Analysis

3. Research Methodology

3.1. Research Process

3.2. Primary Research

3.3. Secondary Research

3.4. Market Size Estimation

3.5. Forecast Model

3.6. List of Assumptions

4. Market Insights

5. Market Dynamics

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Drivers

5.3. Restraints

5.4. Opportunities

5.5. Challenges

5.6. Market/Technological Trends

5.7. Patent Trends

5.8. Regulatory Landscape/Standards

6. Market Factor Analysis

6.1. Value Chain/Supply Chain Analysis

6.1.1. R&D

6.1.2. Manufacturing

6.1.3. Distribution & Sales

6.1.4. Post-Sales Monitoring

6.2. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

6.2.1. Threat of New Entrants

6.2.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers

6.2.3. Threat of Substitutes

6.2.4. Segment Rivalry

6.2.5. Bargaining Power of Supplies

7. Global Counter UAS Market, by Type

7.1. Introduction

7.2. Detection & Tracking Systems

7.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

7.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

7.2.2.1. Radar Systems

7.2.2.2. RF Systems

7.2.2.3. EO-IR Systems

7.2.2.4. Acoustic Systems

7.2.2.5. Other Systems

7.3. Intercepting Systems

7.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

7.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

7.3.2.1. RF & GNSS Jamming Systems

7.3.2.2. GPS Spoofing Systems

7.3.2.3. Laser Systems

7.3.2.4. Nets & Projectiles

7.3.2.5. Other Systems

8. Global Counter UAS Market, by Platform

8.1. Introduction

8.2. Ground-Based

8.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

8.3. Hand-Held

8.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

8.4. UAV-Based

8.4.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

8.4.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

9. Global Counter UAS Market, by End-User

9.1. Introduction

9.2. Military

9.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

9.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

9.3. Civil

9.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, 2018–2023

9.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Region, 2018–2023

10. Global Counter UAS Market, by Region

10.1. Introduction

10.2. North America

10.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Country, 2018–2023

10.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.2.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.2.4. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.2.5. US

10.2.5.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.2.5.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.2.5.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.2.6. Canada

10.2.6.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.2.6.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.2.6.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3. Europe

10.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Country, 2018–2023

10.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.3.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.3.4. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3.5. UK

10.3.5.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

10.3.5.2. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Platform, 2018–2023

10.3.5.3. Market Estimates & Forecast, by End-User, 2018–2023

10.3.6. Germany

10.3.6.1. Market Estimates & Forecast, by Type, 2018–2023

Apr
21

Automotive Battery Thermal Management System Market Research Report – Forecast to 2023

Table of Contents

1 Executive Summary

2 Scope of the Report

2.1 Market Definition

2.2 Scope of the Study

2.2.1 Definition

2.2.2 Research Objective

2.2.3 Assumptions

2.2.4 Limitations

2.3 Research Process

2.3.1 Primary Research

2.3.2 Secondary Research

2.4 Market size Estimation

2.5 Forecast Model

3 Market Landscape

3.1 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

3.1.1 Threat of New Entrants

3.1.2 Bargaining power of buyers

3.1.3 Threat of substitutes

3.1.4 Segment rivalry

3.1.5 Bargaining Power of Buyers

3.2 Value Chain/Supply Chain Analysis

4 Market Dynamics

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Market Drivers

4.3 Market Restraints

4.4 Market Opportunities

4.5 Market Trends

5 Global Automotive Battery Thermal Management System Market, By Technology

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Air

5.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

5.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

5.3 Liquid

5.3.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

5.3.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

5.4 Phase Change Material

5.4.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

5.4.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

5.4 Thermo electrics

5.4.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

5.4.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

6 Global Automotive Battery Thermal Management System Market, By Propulsion

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Battery Electric Vehicle

6.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

6.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

6.3 Hybrid Electric Vehicle

6.3.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

6.3.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

6.4 Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle

6.4.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

6.4.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

6.5 Fuel Cell Vehicle

6.5.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

6.5.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

7 Global Automotive Battery thermal management system Market, By Battery Capacity

7.1 Introduction

7.2 0 – 200 KWh

7.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

7.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

7.3 200 – 500 KWh

7.3.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

7.3.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

7.4 > 500 KWh

7.4.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

7.4.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

8 Global Automotive Battery Thermal Management System Market, By Vehicle Type

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Passenger

8.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

8.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

8.3 Commercial

8.3.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2017-2023

8.3.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Region, 2017-2023

9 Global Automotive Battery thermal management system Market, By Region

9.1 Introduction

9.2 America

9.2.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2019-2023

9.2.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Technology, 2019-2023

9.2.3 Market Estimates & Forecast by Vehicle Type, 2019-2023

9.2.4 Market Estimates & Forecast by Battery capacity, 2019-2023

9.2.5 Market Estimates & Forecast by Vehicle Type, 2019-2023

9.2.6 U.S.

9.2.6.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2019-2023

9.2.6.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Technology, 2019-2023

9.2.6.3 Market Estimates & Forecast by Propulsion, 2019-2023

9.2.6.4 Market Estimates & Forecast by Battery capacity, 2019-2023

9.2.6.5 Market Estimates & Forecast by Vehicle Type, 2019-2023

9.2.7 Canada

9.2.7.1 Market Estimates & Forecast, 2019-2023

9.2.7.2 Market Estimates & Forecast by Technology, 2019-2023

9.2.7.3 Market Estimates & Forecast by Propulsion, 2019-2023

9.2.7.4 Market Estimates & Forecast

Apr
3

Center for Transportation Research | Collaborate. Innovate. Educate.

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Closure Alert

CTR is operating with limited on-site staff to minimize the potential spread of COVID-19 virus. To contact CTR with specific questions, please email CTR Administration at ctr-admin@engr.utexas.edu.

Please visit UT’s coronavirus page for further details.

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CTR Survey

CTR is requesting your support in taking this anonymous survey about your experiences getting a new license or ID card or renewing your existing license with Texas DPS Driver’s License Office.

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CTR Symposium

Due to our concern for public health in the face of the
COVID-19 crisis, we have decided to cancel this year’s symposium

 

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D-STOP

Data-Supported Transportation Operations & Planning Center

CTR and WNCG collaborate to push the innovation envelope in wireless communications and transportation planning.

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Data Rodeo

A Data Analytics Environment for the Central Texas Region

 

CTR, the UT Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), and regional partners like the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) are collaborating in an effort to bring together data to support traffic management and transportation planning in the Central Texas region.

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Network Modeling Center

Latest collaboration with the Texas Advanced Computing Center provides NMC advanced visual traffic simulations.

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In January 2020, Dr. Kara Kockelman moderated TRB’s first international online Bridging Transportation Researchers (BTR) Conference.  Track One included the topics Transport Research Methods and Big Data, Public Transport, and Future Transport Technologies and MaaS. This track included Dr. Kockelman’s research with Weijia (Vivian) LiHow Does Machine Learning Compare To Conventional Econometrics For Transport Data Sets? A Test Of ML vs MLE” and with Khashayar Khavarian “Life-cycle Analysis of Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing Vehicles.”






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    These students aren’t just sitting in classrooms. They are applying their knowledge and skills working on research teams, which are assembled to solve some of the most challenging transportation issues we face today.

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    Interested in applying? Here are some resources that will familiarize you with our programs, and how you can get started.

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    Researchers specialize in network models, with emphasis on dynamic traffic assignment models to determine system-level impacts to the transportation network infrastructure.

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The Center for Transportation Research hosts an annual symposium: get more information and register to attend. CTR promotes transformative developments in the field of transportation engineering and planning through the integration of technology and policy research.

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The official TxDOT Research Library is one of the first and largest university transportation research resources available with over 24,000 items.

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Apr
2

Automotive & Transportation Market Consulting and Research Reports

Autonomous Vehicle Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Application (Transportation, Defense), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, MEA), And Segment Forecasts, 2021 – 2030

The global autonomous vehicle market demand is estimated to be at approximately 6.7 thousand units in 2020 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 63.1% from 2021 to 2030. Self-driving cars, also known as autonomous vehicles (AV), are a key innovation in the automotive industry. They h…Read More »

March : 2020

Automotive Aftermarket Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Replacement Part (Tire, Battery, Filters), By Distribution Channel, By Service Channel, By Certification, By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2020 – 2027

The global automotive aftermarket size was valued at USD 378.4 billion in 2019 and is expected to register a CAGR of 4.0% from 2020 to 2027. The market is majorly driven by the pursuit of automobile drivers to enhance their vehicle performance in terms of exhaust sound, speed, appearance…Read More »

February : 2020

Aerospace Parts Manufacturing Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product (Engine, Aircraft Manufacturing, Avionics), By End Use (Commercial, Military, Business), And Segment Forecasts, 2020 – 2027

The global aerospace parts manufacturing market size was estimated at USD 907.2 billion in 2019 and is expected to expand at a CAGR of 4.1% from 2020 to 2027. Rising demand for lightweight, new-generation, and fuel-efficient aircraft, owing to the emphasis on reducing greenhouse emission…Read More »

February : 2020

Electric Scooters Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product (Retro, Standing/Self-Balancing, Folding), By Battery (Sealed Lead Acid, NiMH, Li-Ion), By Voltage, And Segment Forecasts, 2020 – 2030

The global electric scooters market size was estimated at USD 18.6 billion in 2019. Rising need for fuel-efficient vehicles, backed by increasing concerns over carbon and greenhouse gas emissions, is expected to drive the adoption of electric scooters (e-scooters) over the forecast perio…Read More »

February : 2020

Automotive Wheels Aftermarket Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Vehicle Type (Passenger Cars, Commercial Vehicles), By Material Type, By Coating Type, By Rim Size, By Distribution Channel, By Region, And Segments Forecasts, 2019 – 2025

The automotive wheels aftermarket size was valued at USD 5.79 Billion in 2018. The market is expected to register a CAGR of 3.0% from 2019 to 2025. Automotive wheels market has gained high traction in the last few years, owing to the high demand for the racing, sport, and luxury passenge…Read More »

December : 2019

Skid Steer Loaders Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By ROC (Upto 1,250 lbs, 1,251 lbs to 2,200 lbs, More than 2,200 lbs), By Application (Construction & Mining, Agriculture), And Segment Forecasts, 2019 – 2025

The global skid steer loaders market size was valued at USD 2.15 billion in 2018 and is expected to register a revenue-based CAGR of 2.4% from 2019 to 2025. Globally, around 42 thousand skidsteers were sold in 2018 and the demand is expected to exceed 60 thousand units by 2025.

Apr
2

bstabler/TransportationNetworks: Transportation Networks for Research

Transportation Networks is a networks repository for transportation research.

If you are developing algorithms in this field, you probably asked yourself
more than once: where can I get good data? The purpose of this site is to
provide an answer for this question! This site currently contains several examples
for the traffic assignment problem. Suggestions and additional data are always welcome.

Many of these networks are for studying the Traffic Assignment Problem, which is one of the most
basic problems in transportation research. Theoretical background can be found in
“The Traffic Assignment Problem – Models and Methods” by Michael Patriksson, VSP 1994,
as well as in many other references.

This repository is an update to Dr. Hillel Bar-Gera’s TNTP.
As of May 1, 2016, data updates will be made only here, and not in the original website.

Each individual network and related files is stored in a separate folder. There
are a number of ways to download the networks and related files:

  • Click on a file, click view as Raw, and then save the file
  • Clone the repository to your computer using the repository’s clone URL. This is done with a Git
    tool such as TortoiseGit. Cloning will download the
    entire repository to your computer.

There are two ways to add a network:

  • Fork the repo
    • Create a GitHub account if needed
    • Fork (copy) the repo to your account
    • Make changes such as adding a new folder and committing your data
    • Issue a pull request for us to review the changes and to merge your changes into the master
  • Create an issue, which will notify us. We will then reply to coordinate adding your network to the site.

Make sure to create a README in Markdown for your
addition as well. Take a look at some of the existing README files in the existing network folders to see what
is expected.

All data is currently donated. Data sets are for academic research purposes only.
Users are fully responsible for any results or conclusions obtained by using these data sets.
Users must indicate the source of any dataset they are using in any publication that relies
on any of the datasets provided in this web site. The Transportation Networks for Research team is not
responsible for the content of the data sets. Agencies, organizations, institutions and
individuals acknowledged in this web site for their contribution to the datasets are not
responsible for the content or the correctness of the datasets.

Transportation Networks for Research Core Team. Transportation Networks for Research. https://github.com/bstabler/TransportationNetworks. Accessed Month, Day, Year.

This repository is maintained by the Transportation Networks for Research Core Team. The current members are:

This effort is also associated with the TRB Network Modeling Committee. If you are interested in contributing in a more significant role, please get in touch. Thanks!

Any documented text-based format is acceptable. Please include a README.MD that describes the files,
conventions, fields names, etc. It is best to use formats that can be easily read in with technologies

Jul
18

Transportation Research Board

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