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|07-26-2016||News Story: "How Iowa is paving the way for self-driving cars" (Des Moines Register) more »|
|07-26-2016||News Story: "Tech Takes Stress Out of Parking Mess" (GearBrain) more »|
|07-22-2016||Research: Ahmad presents Springfield, a virtual proving ground for automated vehicles, at Automated Vehicle Symposium in San Francisco more »|
|07-19-2016||Research: McGehee and McDonald chair session on human factors at the Automated Vehicle Symposium in San Francisco more »|
|07-19-2016||News Story: "With advanced technology, drivers still control safety" (Sacramento Bee) more »|
|07-18-2016||News Story: "NASCAR XFINITY Series Driver Brendan Gaughan Makes Stop at NADS to Illustrate Importance of STEM Curriculum" (College of Engineering) more »|
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