How to conduct world-class research:
Estimating Energy Efficiency of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in a Mixed Fleet

Live webinar presentation and Q&A with our guest Dr. Jing Dong.

Join this webinar to learn of ways in which telematics and onboard diagnostics can be used to conduct world-class vehicle research. You’ll get a comprehensive overview of leading research findings from Jing Dong, Transportation Engineer at the Center for Transportation Research and Education at Iowa State University.

Jing’s research interests include transportation systems analysis with emphasis on network modeling and optimization, traffic flow theory, intelligent transportation systems, transportation energy and sustainable transportation, and logistics.

Building on the presentation of Jing’s recent research findings – Estimating Energy Efficiency of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in a Mixed Fleet – we will take a closer look at the technology used to conduct this research.

Scott Lepold of FleetCarma will provide an overview of the FleetCarma Research Platform, a plug-and-play solutions used to collect RAW data for standard and non-standard vehicle signals.

The webinar will conclude with a questions period led by Scott and Jing. There will also be opportunities after the webinar to follow up with each of the presenters to address specific questions.

Your webinar hosts:

  • Scott Lepold, Client Solutions Specialist, FleetCarma
  • Jing Dong, Associate professor, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University

Sign up to attend the webinar on
Tuesday, July 24th at 12:00 EST

About our guest, Dr. Jing Dong

Jing Dong, Associate professor, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University

Dr. Jing Dong is an associate professor of Transportation Engineering in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at Iowa State University (ISU). Before joining ISU, she worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory as a research staff member from 2010 to 2012. From 2009 to 2010, she was a postdoctoral researcher at the Northwestern University Transportation Center. Dr. Dong’s primary research interests include transportation energy analysis, traffic operations, and network modeling. She is an author/co-author of thirty refereed journal publications and thirty-four refereed conference papers. Dr. Dong is a member of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Committee on Traffic Flow Theory and Characteristics (AHB 45) and Transportation Network Modeling (ADB30).