|Transportation SuperCluster (TSC)|
|Team Members||City of Portland OR, City of Columbus OH, Technology Association of Oregon, Urban.Systems Inc., Baltimore Electric Vehicle Initiative, IsoftStone North America, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland State University, Ohio State University, Ubiwhere|
Transportation SuperCluster (TSC)
This supercluster was formed and is managed by forward looking municipalities interested in preparing their infrastructure for new technologies that look set to provide better, more equitable services at lower cost. It explores the opportunities provided by first and last mile vehicles including shared, low speed and autonomous. It explores the opportunities for building vibrant communities around transfer points and mobility hubs and it addresses how these vehicles and hubs can play a role in the last mile delivery of packages and other freight. To support these opportunities the supercluster works with teams developing new and advanced transportation models and environmental sensors that allow both the prediction of probable outcomes and the measurement of actual outcomes of introducing these technologies. Finally, the supercluster works with teams implementing a smart citySDK to ensure the portability and interchangeability of solutions and propose regulatory and policy changes that support the safe deployment of these technologies.
City of Portland OR, City of Columbus OH, Technology Association of Oregon, Urban.Systems Inc., Baltimore Electric Vehicle Initiative, IsoftStone North America, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland State University, Ohio State University, Ubiwhere
Pages in category "Transportation"
The following 58 pages are in this category, out of 58 total.
- Eastside Crescent Transportation Alliance
- Electric Bus Deployments in Santiago de Chile
- Electric Island
- Electric Mobility Hub Demonstration
- Empowering Ruston City Services Using Wireless Sensor Networks
- Empowering walkable and bikeable communities using smart Decision Support System integrated with Vehicle-to-Everything communication
- Environmental Sensing Across the Metro DC Region
- Estimation of De Facto Population