Mobility @ MSU Research
Monitoring the identity, health, well-being and cognitive state of a vehicle’s occupants.
High-assurance systems and cybersecurity at different layers of communications. With more and more of our devices now connected to the internet, our faculty researchers at MSU are working to ensure that our IoT networked devices are safe and secure from outside attacks.
The technologies that allows vehicles to communicate with various parts of the traffic system around them.
Providing vehicle and pedestrian modeling and management for safety, efficiency and predictive control.
Research on cameras, radar and LiDAR to more accurately sense the environment.
MSU’s Mobility faculty are working towards building the next generation of Advanced AI for autonomous vehicles including improved pedestrian detection, object detection and sensor fusion.
Exploring the overlap of the engineering sciences and the social sciences. Social, economic, legal and ethical implications of changes in transportation systems.
User Experience (UX) and User Interface
Situational awareness, acceptance, trust, complacency, etc., related to use of self-driving vehicles.
Solid State Batteries
Ongoing researching into the technologies to make batteries for electric vehicle applications safer, more reliable, and longer lasting.