In August, EPB announced it is taking its fiber-optic network from the 10-gig capacity it established in 2015 up to 25 gigs. The goal is expansion across the EPB coverage area with good results all over the city, and what’s good for Chattanooga is expected to be very good for UTC and its urban-environment campus.
The winning Chattanooga proposal is for a networked system that will enable electric vehicle drivers to more readily locate charging stations. Charging opportunities will be customized for drivers as a result of the system recognizing the charge level of individual electric vehicles, volume and pace of traffic and electric grid power demand to recommend charging stations and types by locations.
The 259th overall commencement for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, which was founded in 1886 as the then-private Chattanooga University, takes place May 6 and May 7.
Statistics show pedestrian wheelchair users are 36% more likely to be killed in a road accident than the general public.
Seoul Robotics demonstrates CUIP research at Consumer Electronics Show
Sartipi is director of the Center for Urban Informatics and Progress (CUIP) at the University.
UTC research helps Chattanooga become one of two U.S. cities to be invited to join the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance.
Jeremy Roland has no fear standing in front of the Chattanooga City Council and asking for money. “None,” said Roland, who is pursuing a master’s degree in computer science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His fellow researcher feels the same. “No nerves! I believe we all have the same goals so I am…
Director of the Center for Urban Informatics & Progress (CUIP), Mina Sartipi will discuss the technology of the Smart City project.
Grants from the U.S. Department of Energy provide more than $3.6 million for transportation projects.