Traffic flow, Simulation, Control engineering, Intelligent transportation system and Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control are his primary areas of study. His Traffic flow research is within the category of Transport engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Truck and Market penetration in addition to Transport engineering.
His Simulation study incorporates themes from Collision, Ranging, Global Positioning System and Automatic control. His studies in Intelligent transportation system integrate themes in fields like Distributed computing and Embedded system. Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control is a subfield of Cruise control that Steven E Shladover investigates.
His primary areas of investigation include Transport engineering, Automation, Automotive engineering, Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control and Intelligent transportation system. His research in Transport engineering intersects with topics in Partners for Advanced Transit and Highways and PATH. His work deals with themes such as Advanced driver assistance systems, Automatic control and Highway system, which intersect with Automation.
His Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control research incorporates elements of Electronic speed control and Traffic flow. His studies deal with areas such as Active traffic management, Bottleneck, Microsimulation and Simulation as well as Traffic flow. His Intelligent transportation system research incorporates themes from Public transport and Systems engineering.
His primary areas of study are Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control, Automotive engineering, Truck, Automation and Software deployment. The various areas that he examines in his Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control study include Aeronautics, Real-time computing, Car following and STREAMS. His work on Fuel efficiency as part of general Automotive engineering study is frequently linked to Metering mode, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research investigates the link between Truck and topics such as Dedicated short-range communications that cross with problems in Adaptive control. Steven E Shladover combines subjects such as Task and Human–computer interaction with his study of Automation. Many of his studies on Traffic flow involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Cruise control.
Steven E Shladover mainly investigates Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control, Automotive engineering, Truck, String and Control engineering. His Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Aeronautics, Real-time computing and Traffic flow. As part of the same scientific family, Steven E Shladover usually focuses on Automotive engineering, concentrating on Car following and intersecting with Control theory.
His studies deal with areas such as Energy consumption and Transport engineering as well as Truck. The various areas that Steven E Shladover examines in his Control engineering study include Intelligent transportation system and Embedded system. In his research, Simulation is intimately related to Traffic congestion, which falls under the overarching field of Microsimulation.
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Automated vehicle control developments in the PATH program
S.E. Shladover;C.A. Desoer;J.K. Hedrick;M. Tomizuka.
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology (1991)
Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control in Real Traffic Situations
Vicente Milanes;Steven E. Shladover;John Spring;Christopher Nowakowski.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2014)
Impacts of cooperative adaptive cruise control on freeway traffic flow
Steven E Shladover;Dongyan Su;Xiao-Yun Lu.
Transportation Research Record (2012)
Potential Cyberattacks on Automated Vehicles
Jonathan Petit;Steven E. Shladover.
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (2015)
Modeling cooperative and autonomous adaptive cruise control dynamic responses using experimental data
Vicente Milanés;Steven E. Shladover.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2014)
OVERVIEW OF PLATOONING SYSTEMS
Carl Bergenhem;Steven Shladover;Erik Coelingh;Christoffer Englund.
19th ITS World CongressERTICO - ITS EuropeEuropean CommissionITS AmericaITS Asia-Pacific (2012)
An Experimental Comparative Study of Autonomous and Co-operative Vehicle-follower Control Systems
R Rajamani;Steven E Shladover.
Transportation Research Part C-emerging Technologies (2001)
Cooperative Collision Warning Systems: Concept Definition and Experimental Implementation
Raja Sengupta;Shahram Rezaei;Steven E. Shladover;Delphine Cody.
Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems (2007)
Connected and automated vehicle systems: Introduction and overview
Steven E. Shladover.
Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems (2018)
Effects of Adaptive Cruise Control Systems on Highway Traffic Flow Capacity
Joel Vanderwerf;Steven E Shladover;Mark A Miller;Natalia Kourjanskaia.
Transportation Research Record (2002)
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