On Friday, April 29, NYU Tandon held its annual Research Excellence Exhibit, a public event that features exhibits that illustrate the scope of engineering and the applied sciences — and their potential for improving the world. The day-long program provides faculty and students with a platform to showcase the high-caliber, innovative work they’re doing. This year, four projects were selected to represent C2SMART at the Exhibit.
On April 28, 2022, the C2SMART Center convened the 4th Annual Women in Transportation Discussion Panel, bringing together three incredible leaders across multiple dimensions of transpiration and engineering: Susie Lai, Staff Services Traffic Engineer at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; Kristy Tu, transportation engineer and planner with the Integrated Planning group at Arup in New York; and Sofia Duran, Traffic Designer at VHB.
C2SMART researchers developed a more efficient, secure, blockchain-based system to story mobility data on a distribute ledger. To store this data at scale, researchers leverage InterPlanetary File System (OPFS), a scalable distributed peer-to-peer data storage system, and develop efficient consensus algorithms to prevent users from injecting malicious or fake trajectories into the ledger.
Evaluation of Integrated Overweight Enforcement System using High Accuracy WIM System and Non-Proprietary ALPR System
Overview Highway transportation is the most common mode of transport in the U.S. for the movement of goods and services, as it provides quick delivery of shipments traveling short distances
This project is focused on developing a deep learning based data acquisition and analytics tool using vision-based sensors (i.e., cameras) to understand cities with machine eyes.