Purdue University’s Discovery Park, a complex for major interdisciplinary research activities, will lead a nationwide partnership with public agencies and private partners in research into connected and autonomous vehicles. Tomás Díaz de la Rubia, Discovery Park chief scientist and executive director, announces the creation of the Innovation Hub for Connected and Autonomous Transportation Technologies. He says in a statement Discovery Park wants to become a liaison ...

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