V2Me Messenger System

Once upon a time in the future, as autonomous cars begin to take to the roads, a new challenge will emerge. There will be a transition period where both autonomous and non-autonomous cars are sharing the same streets, but these two types of vehicles won’t be able to communicate with each other. This will present a major problem for traffic control and safety.

That’s where my team and I came in. As a co-designer, I collaborated with a team to find a solution to this problem. Together with my team, we began to explore different ideas and concepts. We reviewed the literature to understand the latest advancements in technology and transportation systems.

After much brainstorming and concept visualization, we came up with the V2Me Messenger System idea. This innovative idea will be implemented in autonomous cars and will act as a bridge between the traffic control infrastructure and human drivers. It will help to optimize operations and improve safety for all road users.

We were so excited about our idea that we decided to enter it into a competition. The Transportation Research Board Traffic Control Devices contest was the perfect opportunity to showcase our work. And are glad that our project was shortlisted! As a co-designer, my role was to work closely with my team from researching and exploring different concepts to visualizing and bringing the final design.

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