The U.S. Dept. of Transportation (DOT) promised it would channel funding of highway research to new programs when the National Automated Highway System disbanded last year. So it wasn't a surprise when the federal agency recently awarded $12.7 million in Intelligent Vehicle Initiative (IVI) grants, the program that replaced NAHSC. Yet the recipients IVI funding caused surprise. Instead of again teaming with the auto industry, as it did under the NAHSC banner, DOT's first major IVI ...
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