Vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication is the wireless exchange of data between vehicles and road infrastructure. V2I technologies capture vehicle-generated traffic data, wirelessly providing information such as advisories from the infrastructure to the vehicle that inform the driver of safety, mobility, or environment-related conditions.

Smart Traffic Signs to Support Infrastructure-To-Vehicle Communication in the Rural Settings

Enes Karaaslan • Burak Sen • Tolga Ercan • James Pol

Jan 1, 2021

Transportation Research Board (TRB)

Classifying Travelers' Driving Style Using Basic Safety Messages Generated by Connected Vehicles: Application of Unsupervised Machine Learning

Amin Mohammadnazar • Ramin Arvin • Asad J. Khattak

Dec 16, 2020

Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies

Eco-Driving of Autonomous Vehicles for Nonstop Crossing of Signalized Intersections

Xiangyu Meng • Christos G. Cassandras

Oct 28, 2020

IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering 

A Hierarchical Model-Based Optimization Control Approach for Cooperative Merging by Connected Automated Vehicles

Na Chen • Bart Van Arem • Tom Alkim • Meng Wang

Jul 21, 2020

IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems 

Cooperative Perception for Estimating and Predicting Microscopic Traffic States to Manage Connected and Automated Traffic

Tao Li • Jiaqi Ma

Jul 1, 2020


Sensor-Aided V2X Beam Tracking for Connected Automated Driving: Distributed Architecture and Processing Algorithms

Mattia Brambilla • Lorenzo Combi • Andrea Matera • Dario Tagliaferri • Monica Nicoli • Umberto Spagnolini

Jun 24, 2020


The Impact of Driving Homogeneity due to Automation and Cooperation of Vehicles on Uphill Freeway Sections

Michail Makridis • Ludovic Leclercq • Konstatinos Mattas • Biagio Ciuffo

Mar 17, 2020

European Transport Research Review