Welcome to the Intelligent Vehicles and Systems Group (IVSG) at Penn State University, the research group primarily affiliated with and maintained by Dr. Sean Brennan and his colleagues. Our research is unique in our extensive use of mapped data in control, estimation, and data fusion, with nearly all projects spanning theory to practice. Our research primarily focuses on wheeled vehicles - tractor trailers, passenger vehicles, agricultural vehicles, bomb-disposal robotics, wheelchairs, planetary rovers, and even nuclear cask inspection robots. However, the generality of map-based control has broad impact and our work has made contributions to the fields of emergent behavior and networked systems, brain dynamics, network observability and controllability, advanced signal processing, roadway and terrain mapping, vehicle/driver interaction, and image processing.
FEB 3, 2017: USDOT designates Penn State's Larson Institute and Pittsburgh as an automated vehicle proving ground.
DEC 8, 2016: Penn State News reports that Penn State was awarded $3 million for transformational energy technology research.
SEP 21, 2016: Penn State News features Penn State's contributions to Volvo's SuperTruck.
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