Unplugged: Engineers Develop Wireless Charging System for Electric Wheelchairs
Researchers at Utah State University are rethinking a 30-year-old technology and giving new meaning to the words limited mobility.
Regan Zane Named Inaugural David G. and Diann L. Sant Endowed Professor
A new professorship in Utah State University’s College of Engineering honors longtime supporters David G. and Diann L. Sant and empowers a new generation of the most qualified engineering faculty.
Regan Visits the University of Cantabria
The School of Industrial Engineering and Telecommunications at the University of Cantabria (UC) has received the Short-Term Stay Program Professor, Regan Zane, who is Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Utah State Univers...
The Ray joins world class sustainable electrified transportation center
The Ray is excited to announce a new partnership with Sustainable Electrified Transportation (SELECT) Research Center, led by Utah State University.
Ribbon Cutting Marks Growing University-Industry Partnerships
The College of Engineering at Utah State University invites students, faculty, staff and members of the community to a special ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, May 14 at the USU Electric Vehicle & Roadway (EVR) Research Facility & Test Track.
WAVE and Other SELECT Members Land $4.3M DOE Extreme Fast Charging Project
the Department of Energy’s Vehicle Technology Office announced $19 Million in awards for projects in “Advanced Battery and Electrification Research to Enable Extreme Fast Charging.
Swedish Transportation Officials Visit USU’s Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility
Meeting opens doors for future collaboration between Sweden and USU
State and business leaders visit SELECT
Members of the Utah Legislature's Transportation Interim Committee visited SELECT's facilities for in-depth demonstrations of vehicle autonomy, transportation electrification, and smart mobility systems.
First place award at ECCE Conference
SELECT researchers at Utah State University received the first place award from the IEEE Transportation Committee for their 2016 publication of “Advanced Cell-level Control for Extending Electric Vehicle Battery Pack Lifetime."
New Electrified Transportation Research Center Opens at USU
SELECT, the Sustainable Electrified Transportation Center, brings auto industry and engineering researchers together
Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference to Showcase Wireless Charging
The fourth annual Conference on Electric Roads & Vehicles (CERV) is coming to Logan May 16-17
Cracking the Code: Driverless Cars vs. Hackers
ECE researchers are working to better understand the computer security of driverless cars
USU Engineering Professors Headline Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference
Top executives from the automotive industry and engineering institutions gather to discuss the future of electric vehicles
Utah State University builds the nation’s most advanced test facility for dynamic wireless charging
Wireless charging is gradually making its way to the market. We’ve seen countless demonstration projects over the past few years, and a couple of OEMs have announced that they have wireless charging systems in the pipeline.
Wireless electric car charging tested for in-motion vehicles
A university in Utah has broken ground on the country's first electric vehicle test track fitted for in-motion, wireless electrical charging.
Utah State University Breaks Ground on Electric Vehicle Test Facility
Utah State University broke ground Sept. 23 for its state-of-the-art Electric Vehicle and Roadway (EVR) Research Facility and Test Track, the first facility of its kind in the United States.
Self-charging electric cars may soon be a reality
Electric cars are the future in 'Go Green' travel and Utah State University broke ground for a research facility that could help you drive without ever having to stop.
New Facility Set For Electric Vehicle Research
Groundbreaking for the new Electronic Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility and Test Track is scheduled for Tuesday of this week at Utah State University.
USU researchers work to develop roadway that charges electric cars
Utah State University broke ground Tuesday on a new facility that could change the way we travel in the future.
Electric car test track coming to USU
Utah State University will break ground Tuesday for its Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility and Test Track, the first facility of its kind in the United States
Security Questions Abound as Autonomous Vehicles Emerge
Could hackers sabotage the safety of a driverless car? USU computer security experts say they'll definitely try
Utah State University Approves Wireless Charging Electric Vehicle Test Track
Utah State University has reportedly approved the installation of an on-campus test track that can charge electric vehicles wirelessly while in motion.