Intelligent Transportation Systems Podcast
Intelligent Transportation Systems Podcast
ITS Podcast Episode 39: Computer Vision, Inside-Out Perception

In this episode apart from the News mini-section we will have Prof. Haluk Eren from Firat University in Turkey that has prepared a review of a book recently Published by Springer, “The Advent of Unmanned Electric Vehicles: The Choices between E-mobility and Immobility” written by Van Temsche.



It is March and to celebrate the role of our women in this field of engineering Prof Jeffrey Miller from USC has conducted an interview with one of our prominent researchers Dr. Anya Petrovskaya .

Her research interest is in areas of Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics. She mainly focuses on Bayesian methods for Artificial Perception in robotics and consumer applications. She has developed new efficient algorithms for autonomous vehicles, mobile manipulation, and tactile object localization.

Dr. Petrovskaya is an entrepreneur as well. She is the co-founder of “Eonite Perception”.


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Book Review:

The Advent of Unmanned Electric Vehicles: The Choices between E-mobility and Immobility, By S. Van Themsche, Springer Press, 2016, 392 pages, ISBN-10: 3319206656, ISBN-13: 978-3319206653.