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Special Seminar with Prof. Markos Papageorgiou - Shared screen with speaker view
Luigi Di Francesco
19:50
Hello everyone!
Waheed Imran
23:05
Professor, there is a black large rectangle on the screen, a part of it is not visible.
Cyril Nguyen Van Phu
23:14
Hello there is a shadow on the slides...it may be Professor zoom's window?
Eunice Kim
27:48
Welcome everyone - For those who have requested to record the presentation, we are recording and it will be available on the ITS website , its.mit.edu. Thank you
George Yannis
01:06:27
Excellent insight presentation. Congratulations Prof. Papageorgiou.Future automatic nudging can be "polite" or "aggressive" in different cars, depending on the vehicle programming by the car makers, which can lead either to increased delays to some vehicles and/or to conflicts (potential crashes). Should central traffic management intervene into vehicles automation behaviour, or all automated vehicles should be programmed equally "polite"?George YannisProfessor, National Technical University of Athens
Asher Gross-Gellman
01:10:30
thank you for the presentation. I would like to ask if you see this applied in highways only or in more urban settings as well? how would it affect pedestrians in an urban areas?
Anshuman Sharma
01:12:24
Thank you so much for the presentation.
Meng Lu
01:14:55
what are your assumptions of the vehicle behaviour
K. Ramachandra Rao
01:18:05
Thank you Prof. Markos for this interesting concept. Does this nudging have associated safety issues?
Sanjay Khirwadkar
01:19:54
If every vehicle informs their destination to the central controlling software before starting the journey , then it can assign efficiently the speeds and lanes to every vehicle with already existing technology.
Jaume Barceló
01:20:06
Markos, thank for the excellent and inspiring presentation.
Eunice Kim
01:20:27
Thank you everyone for joining !
Stefano Carrese
01:20:32
Thanks Markos
Marialisa Nigro
01:20:32
Thanks!
Elia Vardaki
01:20:33
thank you
Irene Martinez
01:20:35
Thank you!!