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Message from the EiC

Welcome to the September 2019 issue of VTS Mobile World – your IEEE Vehicular Technology Society newsletter.

In this issue, our Society President announces a new lecture series, IEEE VTS/EA Online Guide on Autonomous Vehicle Technology (available to all IEEE members), and acknowledges the efforts of its creators. We have also included some useful information from the VTS liaison to the IEEE Press, plus all of the latest VTS conference news.

As always, I look forward to hearing from you on how we can better serve all VTS members. Just send me a note at Enjoy reading! Read more...

VTS/EA Online Guide on Autonomous Vehicle Technology Now Available!
Alexander M. Wyglinski, President

VTS is at the forefront of the latest advances in connected, autonomous, and electric vehicles: technologies that will truly revolutionize the way we travel from point A to point B.

View new lectures by Yue Wang (Clemson University), Fabien Moutarde (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris), Fabien Moutarde (Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris), Steve Vozar (May Mobility), Nasser Lashgarian Azad (University of Waterloo), Shunsuke Aoki (Carnegie Mellon University), and Shan Bao (University Michigan-Dearborn). Read more...

What’s New for IEEE VTS
Peter Chong, IEEE Press VTS Liaison

VTS calls all innovators to submit book proposals for the IEEE Press Series on Vehicular Technology.

Plus, great new deals on Wiley-IEEE Press books, and free IEEE e-books on Xplore! Read more...

From the VTS Resource Center
Battery Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

VTS members can enjoy the following new webinar available at the VTS Resource Center for free.

Simple sign in with your IEEE Web Account, and enjoy! Read more...

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
Emergency Vehicle Priority Systems
Elisabeth Uhlemann

Zero-Sum and Toyota InfoTechnology demonstrated an emergency vehicle priority system that uses an international vehicle-to-everything (V2X) standard originating from Japan based on the ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) band. Read more...

Mobile Radio
The Next Generation: Beyond 5G
Matthias Pätzold

The world’s first ultra-wideband channel sounder for mobile communications >100GHz, by NTT DOCOMO and Rohde & Schwarz. Read more...

Transportation Systems
New Light Rail for New South Wales
Harvey Glickenstein

Keolis Downer—the Australian subsidiary of the French company Keolis that operates the oldest tram network in the world—started operation of a new light-rail line in the New South Wales city of Newcastle. Read more...

Conference Call
Calling for Papers and Tutorial Proposals!

Submit papers for review:
15 September 2019

Submit tutorial proposals for review:
15 September 2019


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