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Senior Design Course (ECS 193AB) Projects


  1. Virtual Front View: Enhancing Driving Safety with Multi-hop Video Streaming
    • Summary: Virtual Front View is a method to extend the visual range of the driver by providing a video stream of downstream traffic and/or road conditions that may not be visible to the driver. The video stream maybe generated by a Road Side Unit (RSU) or by an downstream vehicle and the video stream may be received using single-hop or multi-hop using vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication. The motivation is to improve driving safety by extending the visual range of the driver. This project is motivated by National Science Foundation (NSF) projects C3PO and VGrid  led by Prof. Michael Zhang (CEE), Prof. Chen-Nee Chuah (ECE), and Prof. Dipak Ghosal (CS).
    • Team: Cameron Cairns, Matthew Morikawa, Corina Putinar, Shawn Shojaie, Doron Zehavi
    • Academic Year: 2013 - 2014
  2. On the Go: An Android App to Enhance Daily Travels
    • Summary: Given road traffic data and the Google map, develop an app that will show the contour of where one can drive to in a given time. For example, the contour lines of 15 minutes will give the locations that can be reached in 15 minutes.  These contours will change with traffic conditions and as one drives. This information can be layered with user selected features. For example, user can select restaurants and the display  will show all the restaurants along with the contour lines. Another, application could be the charging stations for electric vehicles.  This project is motivated by National Science Foundation (NSF) projects C3PO and VGrid led by Prof. Michael Zhang (CEE), Prof. Chen-Nee Chuah (ECE), and Prof. Dipak Ghosal (CS).
    • Team: Jette Cantiller, Travis Cheng, Mairtin Steinkamp, Andrew Doan, Dodd Liang
    • Academic Year: 2013 - 2014
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Dipak Ghosal,
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Dipak Ghosal,
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