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CEO of CAVNUE, CTO of TUEV Sued Mobility, President of Florida Transportation Builder Association, Global VP Automotive & Utility UL confirmed as keynote speaker for IEEE ICCVE 2022.

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Important Dates

The Technical Program Committee decided to accept invited papers from academia and industry until December 12, 2021 which run through a special review process. If you are interested to get more information, please let us know. Invited paper submissions need to be specifically approved by the Global General Chair as well as the Chair of the Technical Program Committee.

December 21, 2021

Decision Notification

January 15, 2022

Final Manuscript Submission for ALL Papers

(Final Manuscript, Completed Copyright Form, Completed Author Registration)

Registered authors of accepted papers will have the choice to present their paper in person at the anchor location in Florida or through the virtual conference platform.

Call for Papers

The 2022 IEEE ICCVE – International Conference on Connected Vehicles and Expo – will be organized as a hybrid event with participation of multiple physical locations in all major world regions linked by a joint global virtual platform.

IEEE ICCVE is proposed as a lead event to promote the dialogue between academia, industry and regulators with respect to the connectivity between automated and electrified vehicles and infrastructure. Industry innovations, results of academic research and new policy frameworks and standard developments are being discussed in context to inspire new product and process developments.

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Topics of Interest

The conference focuses on all aspects related to research, development and applications of vehicle and infrastructure connectivity – both with focus on vehicle electrification and vehicle automation. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Cooperative driving and vehicle platooning
  • V2X system architectures
  • Situational awareness for connected and autonomous vehicles
  • Sensor simulation and stimulation (both vehicle side and infrastructure side)
  • Next generation vehicle perception and control systems
  • New in-vehicle networking concepts leveraging V2X and AV
  • High performance computing leveraging V2X and AV
  • Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization
  • V2X leveraging next generation communication networks
  • New approaches in teleoperation and telemonitoring of AV’s
  • X-in-the-loop vehicle testing on cyberphysical testbeds
  • ADAS/AV operational risk assessment
  • Regulatory frameworks for L4-enabled vehicle certification
  • New regulatory approaches to get test infrastructure certified for AV’s
  • Next generation traffic control systems
  • Application of machine learning to improve traffic flow
  • Innovative methods in virtual and physical testing of CAV’s and EV’s
  • EV charging automation
  • V2G system architectures
  • Advances in wireless charging methods in context of V2X, AV and EV
  • High power charging of EV’s
  • Cybersecurity in context of AV fleet operation
  • The impact of quantum technologies on the V2X ecosystem
  • Sharing data to improve vehicle safety
  • Use of blockchain and DLT in context of V2X
  • Creating intermodal mobility testbeds (support different modes of transportation)

Where We'll Meet

Conference Locations

Anchor Location - Florida Polytechnic University, Lakeland, FL

 

Florida Polytechnic University is located in close proximity to SUNTRAX, a large-scale, cutting-edge facility being developed by the Florida Department of Transportation and Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise, dedicated to the research, development and testing of emerging transportation technologies in safe and controlled environments.

Support Locations

Pune Area, India

Shanghai Area, China

Special Thanks

Conference Sponsors

Technical Sponsors

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