Enabling Smart Mobiliy of the Future
V2X (vehicle to everything) communication refers to a new vehicular networking technology that allows moving vehicles to directly communicate with each other in an “ad-hoc” or “machine-to-machine” manner, as well as with access points installed on lamp poles or roadside infrastructure.
This technology promises to enhance road safety, cut driving time, save fuel, augment GPS, drive big data, enable gantry-less road pricing, connect AV and EV (autonomous/electric vehicles). International standards (DSRC, Cellular V2X) have been defined. Market products have emerged.
In this talk, Dr Guan Yong Liang will give an overview of a campus-wide V2X test-bed jointly developed by NTU and NXP, the full-stack applications that the test-bed is capable of supporting, the V2X standardisation landscape around the world, future outlook and challenges.
Dr. Guan Yong Liang obtained his PhD degree from the Imperial College of London, UK, and Bachelor of Engineering degree with first class honours from the National University of Singapore. He is a tenured associate professor at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, where he is now the Head of two industry collaboration labs (NTU-NXP Smart Mobility Lab, and Schaeffler Hub for Advanced Research at NTU).
His research interests broadly include coding and signal processing for communication systems and data storage systems. He has published an invited monograph, 3 book chapters, and over 400 journal and conference papers. He is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. He has two granted patents and a licensed patent.