Connected, Autonomous and Green Vehicles

This special session is organised and supported by University of Salford (Modern Automotive Engineering, and Autonomous Systems and Advanced Robotics Research Centre)

Session Chair:

  • Dr Majeed Soufian (Associate Professor)

Session Co-Chair:

  • Dr Meisam Babaie

Session Committee:

  • M. Soufian
  • T. Dargahi
  • M. Babaie
  • A. Nourian
  • M. Saraee


Modern Automotive systems ranging from e-mobility to autonomous driving and connected cars can now be considered as an inevitable component in everyday life of civilians with ever increasing impact. This has been a result of recent rapid advances in Sensor Technology, AI, Autonomous Systems, Robotics, and Industry 4.0 revolution, i.e. a cyber physical revolution, in which the interconnection of many physical and digital technologies created an “Internet of Thing” and cloud of services. Beyond technological power or limitations, there are certain requirements for transport vehicles originated from climate change, global warming, cultural changes, ever increasing health, safety and reliabilities demands and so on. This special issue invites academics, industrialist, government and legislative organisations, and researchers to discuss topics such as:

  • Self-driving and Autonomous Vehicles and Systems
  • Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS)
  • Connected Vehicles
  • MANET, VANET and Internet of Cars
  • Big Data and Analytics in Vehicles
  • Security and Privacy of Connected Vehicle
  • Green Vehicles
  • Emission Sensors and Measurements
  • Apps and Analytics for Green Vehicles
  • Next Generation of Vehicle’s Requirements and Specification
  • Ethical issues in CAV
  • Legislative Regulations
  • Government Roles
  • Marketing and Race to Global Electrification

Paper Submission:

Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers (not exceeding 6 pages) conform to the IEEE format . All papers will be handled and processed electronically via the EDAS online submission system.

Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present their papers.