Imran Hayee

 

Title Development and Demonstration of Lane Departure Warning System using GPS technology and vehicle to vehicle communication
Abstract

This talk will review the development stages of a novel lane departure warning system using GPS technology and vehicle to vehicle communication. Many fatal accidents on US roadways occur because of driver's negligence to stay in his or her lane. There are many vision based lane departure systems commercially available today but perform poorly if road markings are worn out or weather conditions are not favorable. The talk will highlight how the GPS based system utilizing V2V communication can overcome these hurdles and can work in all weather conditions as well as with faded road marking signs.

Bio

Dr. Imran Hayee is a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Minnesota Duluth. His current research interests are in the areas of communication systems and intelligent transportation systems. He completed his Ph. D. from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles in Dec 1998. After completing his Ph. D., he worked in industry for almost 6 years before joining the electrical engineering department of the University of Minnesota Duluth. Dr. Hayee holds 16 US patents and has published more than 60 research articles in peer reviewed journals and conferences.