Engineering Out Loud: S9E7 – The age of autonomous vehicles


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14 August 2020

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Assistant Professor Houssam Abbas (right) works with students on building a one-tenth scale autonomous race car in the College of Engineering at Oregon State University. Photo by Hannah O’Leary.

Self-driving cars and planes are in our future. What are we doing to make them safe? Assistant Professor Houssam Abbas uses tiny race cars to test autonomous driving systems. And Oregon State graduate Robert Rose is using his past experience with SpaceX to develop a safe system to automate existing aircraft.

From the College of Engineering at Oregon State University, this is “Engineering Out Loud” — a podcast telling the stories of how research and innovation at the University is helping change the world. “Engineering Out Loud” Season Nine focusses on robotics and AI, covering topics from from policy and ethics, to programming and practical applications. You can listen to the full series here.




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