Mission Statement

Rutgers Intelligent Transportation Systems (RITS) Laboratory is a multi-modal transportation infrastructure research and education facility combining a series of new concepts, technologies and services to integrate information, vehicles and transportation infrastructure to increase mobility, safety and comfort, and reduce energy waste and pollution. Since its inception, RITS has been a collaborative effort between the University, state and federal governments, and industry. Director: Kaan Ozbay @ http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~kaan/

NSF Workshop on Complexity Science Applied to Coupled Infrastructure Systems (June 3-4, 2012)

Professor Ozbay is one of the invited attendees to the NSF Workshop on Complexity Science Applied to Coupled Infrastructure Systems (June 3-4, 2012), Martha's Vineyard

4th International Symposium on Dynamic Traffic Assignment

 

At the 4th International Symposium on DTA that will be held between June4-6, 2012 on Marth'a Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA,  Professor Ozbay and Jian Li will present the paper titled "A Cell-based Stochastic Dynamic Traffic Assignment Model and Solution Procedure to Capture Endogenous Network Degradation Risks during Evacuations "

Professor Ozbay is also a member of the Organizing member of the DTA2012.

Connected Vehicle Test-bed and Development and Integration Workshop

Professor Ozbay is one of the co-chairs of the up-coming "Connected vehicle test-bed and development and integration workshop" that will be held on June1st, 2012 at SUNY Buffalo.

Lecture on "Floating Car Data (FCD) Collection and Applications in China" by Dr.Xiaohong Chen

 

"Floating Car Data (FCD) Collection and Applications in China"