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What is the Texas CAV Task Force?

On January 22, 2019, with the support of Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Transportation announced it was creating a Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Task Force to become a central point for CAV advancement in Texas.  As transportation technology advances, the CAV Task Force will ensure that the Lone Star State remains at the forefront of innovation.”

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Texas CAV Task Force

What are the activities of the Texas CAV Task Force?

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How does CAV impact me as a Texas driver?

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How can my business participate?

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What's new in CAV research and development?

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Autonomous truck on roadway

The new firm, named Stack AV, is led by Bryan Salesky, Pete Rander and Brett Browning, who previously ran Argo AI.

Map based navigation screen for autonomous vehicles

The following is an overview of autonomous navigation research and development activities at the  Technology Innovation Hub on Autonomous Navigation (TiHAN) at IIT Hyderabad, which has been exploring the combination of of lidar odometry with a mapping algorithm to create an HD map of the environment. 

Audi Navistar demo with school bus

Audi of America and Navistar have successfully demonstrated the role direct communication via Cellular Vehicle to Everything (C-V2X) technology can play to provide potentially life-saving safety technology for the 26 million children riding school buses every day in the United States. C-V2X technology offers the potential to unlock the next substantial improvements in road safety and create a safer environment for children to travel to and from school.

Autonomous Volvo mining truck

Seven self-driving Volvo FH trucks are working around the clock transporting limestone