The CAR Lab
Welcome to Detroit
In partnership with our industry collaborators and community leaders, the CAR lab at Wayne State University aims to design and implement enabling technologies, including real-time edge computing, communication systems, data analytics and applications, secure trusted execution environment, privacy-preserving models and tools, to realize the vision of connected and autonomous driving.
In parallel to research, the CAR lab is committed to education and workforce development in the mobility industry, with diversity and inclusion in mind.
The ZebraT autonomous platform developed by the CAR lab, supporting the research and innovation on connected and autonomous vehicles.
Professor Weisong Shi gave a talk on Edge Intelligence and Its Application in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in July 2021, which is part of Wayne State University College of Engineering's Global Engineering Education Jessup Seminar Series.
Our team is participating in a pilot study of AV shuttle between Detroit Medical Center and Brush Park Senior Homes
HydraOne: An Indoor Experimental Research and Education Platform for CAVs
Hydra in Action
We designed and assembled the Hydra platform, supporting a variety of CAV-related research activities.