ITS Podcast is a new publication of the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society aiming to take the ITS research and best practice to the general public in an attractive format. The goal is to offer insightful and entertaining monthly interviews with the leaders in ITS.
We will introduce to anyone interested in intelligent transportation and related scientific discoveries the cutting-edge of ITS research by interviewing authors of selected papers in the ITS Transactions and the Magazine, keynote speakers at the ITS conferences, and other top ITS scientists or engineers working on hot new topics.
Every podcast episode will be enriched with a short section with some news relevant for our listeners, and a short “Transportation in History” section where we can learn about amazing developments made in transportation in the past.
ITS Podcast aims to help ITS scientists and engineers, students mulling their career choices, and the general public interested in science and technology.
We welcome suggestions (format, potential interviewees) from our audience. Please email your suggestions to javier.sanchez.medina AT ieee.org.
ITS Podcast Episode 62: Autonomous Golf Cart as a Multidisciplinary Course
Welcome back to ITS Podcast. Let us start our 62nd episode with news mini section by Baris, He will cover some exciting news about autonomous vehicles in transportation. We have Haluk with a book review. He has chosen a book : Regulation of Commercial Space Transport The Astrocizing of ICAO, the book is [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 62: Autonomous Golf Cart as a Multidisciplinary Course
ITS Podcast Episode 60: From Bicycle transport to Autonomous vehicle transport
Hello everyone, We are here with you again after a pause in publication. Covid has affected all of us somehow. Today we have our book review by Haluk, about Bicycles and their role in transportation. No matter how we have gone far in fulfilling our dreams of vehicle with or without a driver, the [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 60: From Bicycle transport to Autonomous vehicle transport
ITS Podcast Episode 59: Philosophy and Intelligent vehicles
Happy July dear subscribers I hope everyone is safe and sound. Some of us have started our offices, some still work from home. Anyhow our podcast will bring you some new details, information and new insights from around the world about our field of work. I hope you enjoy it. We start our episode [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 59: Philosophy and Intelligent vehicles
ITS Podcast Episode 58: Human-Robot Interaction in Driverless cars
Welcome back. We hope that you are all safe and sound, wherever you are from. This is IEEE ITS podcast episode 58 in May 2020. No matter what, lockdown is not limiting us. We will begin this episode with our news-minisection, Barish has found very interesting news ragrding Covid 19 and transportation. After that [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 58: Human-Robot Interaction in Driverless cars
ITS Podcast Episode 57: Transportations planning, MOTIV, eVTOL and cybersecurity
Dear readers, In the time of Corona, Podcast is one of the best ways to entertain yourself while you stay back at home. This is Dr. Maryam Kaveshgar bringing you IEEE ITS podcast episode 57 in March 2020. Today you will be listening to the latest news around intelligent transportation. Barish from Technical University [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 57: Transportations planning, MOTIV, eVTOL and cybersecurity
ITS Podcast Episode 56: Autonomous Driving at CES 2020
Welcome to the first episode of ITS podcast in 2020. Let us start the new year with introducing our new volunteer, Baris Cogan from Technical University of Munich. From now on he will be with us, bringing interesting information and news for you. For this episode he has tried to cover ITS related aspects [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 56: Autonomous Driving at CES 2020
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