• Corpus ID: 131901935

Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) Proof of Concept (POC) Test–Executive Summary

  title={Vehicle Infrastructure Integration (VII) Proof of Concept (POC) Test–Executive Summary},
  author={Ram Kandarpa and Mujib Chenzaie and Matthew Dorfman and Justin S. Anderson and Jim Marousek and Ian Schworer and Joe Beal and Chris Anderson and Timothy R. Weil and Frank Perry},
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