Moving towards a sustainable transportation future

Argonne National Laboratory Vehicle and Mobility Systems group leads world class research to develop and assess the impact of advanced technologies on transportation decarbonization. Working in close collaboration with public and private organizations, Argonne has been leading the evaluation of advanced technologies on energy, emissions, cost, mobility and equity from individual vehicles to entire metropolitan areas.

Argonne has been assessing the technology impact of advanced vehicle, powertrain and controls on individual vehicle including light-duty, medium duty and heavy duty on-road, off-road and aviation.

With increased focus on connectivity and automation, Argonne has expanded its control expertise to include the development and evaluation of energy-efficient environment aware control both in simulation and XIL.

Argonne has also been a pioneer in considering the impact of all the different technologies at the transportation system level, taking into account all the synergies!

Holistic System-of-Systems Decarbonization Strategy

Achieving transportation decarbonization will require a novel system-of-systems approach, not only including all transportation modes from passenger car to freight, off-road, rail, marine and aviation, but also how the energy is produced and how current and future transportation demand are met. As a recognized leader in transportation, Argonne Vehicle and Mobility Systems group is actively engaged with experts across the National Laboratories, research organizations and private companies to break technical barriers to achieve a more sustainable, equitable and resilient future.