IEEE Dallas CVT Chapter
CVT’s next meeting on Tuesday, March 17, has been cancelled due to CoronaVirus issues. Our speaker, Mohaned Marzban, Electrical and Computer Department, UTD, will be rescheduled for a future date to present on his key Autonomous Vehicle topic: “Deep learning for Precise Gaze Estimation in Naturalistic Driving Environments”
Thanks to Mike Fix, AT&T, for his very informative and interesting presentation on February 18, 2010 on “Common NFVI Telco Taskforce (CNTT)”. His presentation is available here .
Thanks to Mike Wolfe, Commscope, for his excellent Jan. 21 presentation on “CBRS: Making Spectrum Sharing a Reality in Mobile Networks”. Again we had a very big enthusiatic crowd and interesting questions and exchanges. His presentation is available here.
Thanks to Richard Pelupessy of T-Mobile USA for his excellent Dec. 17 presentation on ” 5G and the Road to Deployment”. We had a big enthusiatic crowd that provided interesting questions and exchanges. His presentation is available to download here.
Thanks to Toyota and Brian Brownfield for an excellent 2nd meeting on Nov. 19, including Brian’s presentation and tour of the Toyota Experience Center. Brian Brownfield’s presentation is available for download here.
Upcoming Meeting Dates
CVT 2019/20 meetings are planned on the third Tuesday of each month as shown below.
Mar 17, 2020
Apr 21, 2020
May 19, 2020
Who We Are
IEEE is the largest technical professional organization for engineers dedicated to advancing technology for all of us. As a global organization, IEEE fosters the connection between engineering professionals to use technology and academic excellence to change the world for the better. In alignment with the global IEEE organization, the IEEE chapter of Communications and Vehicular Technology (CVT) in the Dallas-Fort Worth area explores the engineering principles and technology foundations behind telecommunications, information technologies, and vehicular technologies. The CVT mission is to encourage engineers and others to advance their professional and educational interests through exploring research and technology advancements via open-forum discussions around communication and vehicular topics in a learning environment.
CVT hosts a monthly technical luncheon once a month (Sept. to May) in order to bring together technologists, managers and entrepreneurs which have a desire to continue professional learning, training and investment for the future generation of engineers. Speakers are invited as thought leaders and experts in their field for a one-hour technical presentation on a topic that relates to CVT. Topics have ranged from the deployment of 5G, smart battery technology for connected cars, sensor technology for an IoT network and the 911 priority etc. The chapter meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month from September to May. The technical lunch is open to members and non-IEEE members. For more information about our CVT chapter, please Click Here.