• Vanderbilt University

    AI-powered cruise control system may pave the way to fuel efficiency and traffic relief

    Left, Professor of Computer Science Jonathan Sprinkle reviews experiment with volunteer drivers. Right, Professor of Civil Engineering Daniel Work discusses the experiment with a volunteer driver (Vanderbilt University) The CIRCLES Consortium, consisting of Vanderbilt University, UC Berkeley, Temple University and Rutgers University-Camden, in coordination with Nissan… Read More

    Nov. 23, 2022

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    General Motors names alumnus Mark Reuss company president

    Reuss will lead electric and driverless vehicle efforts Mark Reuss (General Motors) Mark L. Reuss has been promoted to president of General Motors. Reuss will continue to lead the company’s ambitious plan to develop and bring to market electric and autonomous vehicles. He remains GM’s global product chief and… Read More

    Jan. 7, 2019

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    Corvettes rev hands-on approach to automotive engineering at GM Ride & Drive

    By the end of the five-hour GM Ride & Drive event, 220 registered drivers had taken 693 total test drives.   Three gleaming, new Corvette convertibles – Torch Red, Arctic White and Laguna Blue – are in a nose-to-tail line at 10 a.m. on a sunny Friday waiting for Vanderbilt… Read More

    Sep. 28, 2015