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Aug 11 2017 | San Jose Mercury News | Posted In: Press Coverage
A project called Big Glass Microphone, is looking at what a 3-mile stretch of  underground fiber optic cables can detect. Originally installed for seismic research, the project is now looking at the "noise", the extra signals the cables pick up, and think they will eventually be able to tell the...
Jul 28 2017 | Palo Alto Weekly | Posted In: Press Coverage
With the shift in focus from physical development of vehicles to development of technology that guides how they operate, Silicon Valley is the hotbed of innovation and is the "new" Motor City.
Jun 19 2017 | Wired | Posted In: Press Coverage
An MIT research group is working on "parallel autonomy" where a human still drives and the vehicle takes over when the human is about to mess up. Stanford's Wendy Ju talks about the feasibility of this approach.
Jun 7 2017 | The New York Times | Posted In: Press Coverage
Shared control where the human is in the loop and must take control in an emergency is a challenge for automotive technologists. Two Stanford groups researched different aspects of the hand-off challenge.
May 10 2017 | The Detroit News | Posted In: Press Coverage
CARS Director Chris Gerdes, seen here next to X1, highlights some of the automotive research at Stanford which some experts say constitutes the Big 3 of autonomy along with Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Michigan.  Researchers partner with companies to make driver-less...