RAD-UM Proposal, Runner-Up in International Competition

RAD-UM Proposal, Runner-Up in International Competition

By UM News

RAD-UM Proposal, Runner-Up in International Competition

By UM News
A Blank Space Challenge to shape autonomous transportation in partnership with the City of New York.
For an international competition envisioning a driverless future in New York City, RAD-UM, U-SoA’s technology-focused lab (led by Dean Rodolphe el-Khoury) submitted a project that shifted the attention to parking.
How will the autonomous vehicle redefine the parking problem? And how will technology-driven parking solutions transform the city? Watch “Park Share” and other proposals for cities with driverless cars on the Driverless Future Competition website: driverlessfuture.blankspaceproject.com

"The Driverless Future Challenge sought proposals that would actively shape the city’s response to driverless cars. Entries from more than 25 countries proposed everything from driverless food carts and a fully-autonomous MTA transit system, to enhanced use of NYC’s 311 system as a driverless dispatching center, and Link NYC Wifi stations that become stops for autonomous micro-busses."