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Driverless vehicles? Even in D.C. streets? An autonomous car takes a capital test run: See the full article at The Washington Post.


CFP Deadline Extended to 16 December, 2013


Dear Colleagues:

Due to scheduling conflicts, we are moving the workshop to January 23 and 24 (Thursday and Friday), 2014. Please save these dates. The 2014 workshop will be held at the same venue (Waterview Conference Center) located at 1919 N. Lynn Street in Arlington, Virginia.

Please be mindful of the updated deadlines below, and view the updated announcement/CFP for complete details:

  • 16 December 6 December, 2013: Submission of position paper
  • 23 December, 2013: Notification of invitation
  • 13 January, 2014: Workshop registration
  • 23-24, January 2014: Workshop dates

For persons who have already submitted position papers, we will save them for the January workshop unless you contact us otherwise. Please view the updated workshop announcement/call for papers by clicking the menu tab to the left of this page

Thanks very much for your continued support of CPS activities in general and transportation CPS work in particular.

Please feel free to contact us with your questions.

Sincerely,

The Program Committee for the 2014 National Workshop on Transportation CPS

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Despite significant recent developments in transportation CPS technology, the transportation needs of tomorrow present many challenges that will require breakthrough technology innovations as well as new design approaches. To meet these challenges, the next era of CPS design calls for both broad and collaborative participation from engineers and scientists across all sectors of transportation and the core cyber and physical science. This workshop will gather leaders from industry, research laboratories, academic institutions, and government agencies to assess the current state of transportation CPS and continue discussion on future directions for research and development.