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Vehicular App Development: Opportunities and Challenges

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While app development has emerged in everywhere from smartphones to wearable gadgets, one of the most potential up-coming platforms is vehicles, for empowering “software-defined vehicles” that incorporate highly customizable computational intelligence and user-tailoring configurability, transforming our transportation experiences. However, the automotive industry has been slow to embrace this trend, which imposed numerous hurdles. In this talk, I examine the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in vehicular app development. I also introduce the related research projects in my group, including an open-source platform for vehicular apps, and a real-time tracking app for vehicle movements.

Bio: Sid Chi-Kin Chau is an assistant professor of the Department of EECS at Masdar Institute in Abu Dhabi, UAE , which is the world’s first graduate-level university dedicated to providing real-world solutions to issues of sustainability, and was created in collaboration with MIT . Previously, he was a visiting scholar at MIT , a scientist at A*STAR in Singapore, a Croucher Foundation research fellow at University College London, and a post-doctoral research associate at University of Cambridge. He received the Ph.D. from University of Cambridge and B.Eng. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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