On the More Technical Side

ORFE & PAVE

Princeton Vision Group

DeepDriving: Learning Affordance for Direct Perception in Autonomous Driving Proceedings of 15th IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV2015) C. Chen, A. Seff, A. Kornhauser and J. Xiao.

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems

Computer Vision for Autonomous Vehicles: Problems, Datasets & State-of-the-Art, J.Janai, F Guney, A Behl and A Geiger arXiv:1704.05519v1, 18 Apr 2017

U of Texas

Of note publications by K. Kockelman and co-authors:

Papers submitted under review for presentation at the 97th Annual Meeting of the TRB and for publication in Transportation Research Record (2018) co-authored by K. Kockelman:

Americans Plans for Acquiring & Using Electric, Shared & Self-Driving Vehicles– Neil Quarles & Kara Kockelman

Fleet Performance & Cost Evaluation of a Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicle (SAEV) Fleet: A Case Study for Austin, Texas – Ben Loeb & Kara Kockelman.

What Will Autonomous Trucking Do to U.S. Trade Flows? Application of the Random-Utility-Based Multi-Regional Input-Output Model – Yantao Huang & Kara Kockelman.

Analyzing the Dynamic Ride-Sharing Potential for Shared Autonomous Vehicle Fleets using Cellphone Data from Orlando, Florida – Krishna Murthy Gurumurthy & Kara Kockelman.

Deeper Understanding of Americans Autonomous Vehicle Preferences: Questions on Long-Distance Travel, Ride-Sharing, Privacy, & Crash Ethics – Krishna Murthy Gurumurthy, Kara Kockelman, & Jeffrey (Hyungseung) Hahm.

Anticipating Long-Distance Travel Shifts due to Self-Driving Vehicles – Ken Perrine, Kara Kockelman & Yantao Huang. 

o Costs & Benefits of Electrifying & Automating U.S. Bus Fleets  – Under review for presentation at the 97th Annual Meeting of the TRB and for publication in Transportation Research Record (2018). Neil Quarles & Kara Kockelman.

o Shared Autonomous Electric Vehicle (SAEV) Operations across the Austin, Texas Network with a Focus on Charging Infrastructure Decisions Ben Loeb, Kara Kockelman, and Jun Liu. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Tracking a System of Shared Autonomous Vehicles across the Austin, Texas Network using Agent-Based Simulation  Jun Liu, Kara Kockelman, Patrick Boesch, and Francesco Ciari. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Anticipating the Emissions Impacts of Autonomous Vehicles Using the MOVES Model, Jun Liu, Kara Kockelman & Aqshems Nichols. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in _Transportation Research Record (2017).

Economic Effects of Autonomous Vehicles, Lewis Clements & Kara Kockelman. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Anticipating the Regional Impacts of Connected and Automated Vehicle Travel in Austin, Texas, Yong Zhao & Kara Kockelman. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Making the Most of Curb Spaces in a World of Shared Autonomous Vehicles: A Case Study of Austin, Texas Qinglu Ma, Kara Kockelman, & Marc Segal. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Management of a Shared, Autonomous Electric Vehicle Fleet: Implications of Pricing Schemes Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, With Donna Chen.

Operations of a Shared, Autonomous, Electric Vehicle (SAEV) Fleet: Implications of Vehicle & Charging Infrastructure Decisions  Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (2016),  With Donna Chen and Josiah Hanna.

Dynamic Ride-Sharing and Optimal Fleet Sizing for a System of Shared Autonomous Vehicles Proc’gs of the 94th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, With Dan Fagnant.

A General Framework for Modeling Shared Autonomous Vehicles Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (2016),  With Michael Levin, Tianxin Li, and Stephen Boyles.

Long-Distance Travel Mode Shifts due to Automated Vehicles Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board,With Jeffrey LaMondia, Dan Fagnant, Hongyang Qu, and Jackson Barrett.

Design and Implementation of a Share Autonomous Vehicle System for Austin, Texas Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, With Marc Segal.

Valuing the Safety Benefits of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, With Tianxin Li.

Preparing a Nation for Autonomous Vehicles: Opportunities, Barriers and Policy Recommendations for Capitalizing on Self-Driven Vehicles Forthcoming in Transportation Research Part A (2015). With Dan Fagnant.

Operations of Shared Autonomous Vehicle Fleet for the Austin, Texas Market Transportation Research Record No. 2536: 98-106 (2015). With Dan Fagnant and Prateek Bansal.

Assessing Public Opinions of and Interest in New Vehicle Technologies: An Austin Perspective Proceedings of the 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (2016)With Prateek Bansal & Amit Singh.

The Environmental Implications of Shared Autonomous Vehicles, Using Agent-Based Model Simulation  _Transportation Research Part C _40: 1-13 (2014). With Dan Fagnant. 

New Platz State University of New York

Public priorities and consumer preferences for selected attributes of Automated Vehicles
Paulina Lustgarten & Scott Le Vine. Under review for presentation at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board and publication in Transportation Research Record (2017).

Google

Google Self-Driving Car Testing Report on Disengagements of Autonomous Mode Dec. 2015

MIT

  • A. Kadambi, et al “Polarized 3D: High-Quality Depth Sensing with Polarization Cues” MIT Media Lab

Mobility Forum

Final Reports 2015Probe Data WG Final Report

Legal Issues WG Final Report

HMI WG Final Report

SafeApps WG Final Report

Implementation Road Maps WG Final Report

Summary of the Working Group Achievements

Others:

N. Kalra and M. Poddock, How Many Miles of Driving Would It Take to Demonstrate Autonomous Vehicle Reliability?, April, 2016

Santa Clara University

D. J. Glancy, Peterson, R. W. and Graham, K. F. A Look at the Legal Environment for Driverless Vehicles, NCHRP Legal Research Digest 69 Pre-publication Draft. Oct 2015.

R. W. Peterson Draft Comments on CA-DMV AV Regulations.  Dec 20, 2015

National League of Cities

N. DuPuis et al, City of the Future; Technology & Mobility, 2015 

Special Investigation Report NTSB/SIR-15/01 PB2015-104098 , The Use of Forward Collision Avoidance Systems to Prevent and Mitigate Rear-End Crashes, May 2015

J. Cicchino, Effectiveness of Forward Collision Warning Systems with and without Autonomous Emergency Braking in Reducing Police-Reported Crash Rates  January 2016