VSmart is a smart vehicle testbed established at the Cyber-Physical System Laboratory (CPS-Lab) in McGill University, and is partially
supported by General Motors Company. In VSmart we explore and illustrate the feasibility of V2V communication technology, e.g., DSRC, in
enhancing vehicle driving safety and traffic efficiency.
The power flow incurred by electric vehicle(EV) and renewable energy are both crucial to the future smart grid. Yet how to integrated them
into power systems remains largely unexplored. In the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab at McGill University, we work on developing a
series of innovative technology and market strategies to achieve this integration in an efficient, reliable and real-time manner.
In-Network Processing for Wireless Networked Sensing and Control
As wireless cyber-physical systems (WCPS) are increasingly being deployed in mission-critical applications, it becomes imperative to
consider application QoS requirements in in-network processing (INP). At Wayne State University, we explored the potentials of two INP
methods, packet packing and network coding, on improving network performance while satisfying application QoS requirements.
Project team members (in alphabetic order):
Qiao Xiang and