Press Coverage

Porsche Rennsport Reunion IV: Revs Porsche Program

Road & Track, October 15, 2011

Take a look at the 1960 Porsche Abarth Carrera GTL from the Collier Collection at the Porsche Rennsport Reunion instrumented by the Revs Program at Stanford.   Read Full Article

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Stanford Wires Up John Morton, Ancient Porsche in the Name of Science

Car and Driver, October 16, 2011

Follow the Revs Program team at Laguna Seca as they instrument John Morton and a 1960 Porsche Carrera Abarth GTL from the Collier Collection to understand human-machine interaction.   Read Full Article

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Auto Archives Land in Safe Havens

The New York Times, December 09, 2012

The Revs Program at Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., has been at the vanguard of the new movement to create an accessible repository of automotive history.   Read Full Article

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Autonomous Audi almost matches veteran race car drivers' lap times

gizmag, November 11, 2012

Shelley, Stanford’s autonomous Audi TTS, has maneuvered Pike’s Peak and has a best lap time at Thunderhill Raceway a few seconds slower than a professional race car driver.  Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering, Chris Gerdes is the project leader of Shelley and the Revs Program’s research on pairing the mechanical sensor data with the biological feedback from the professional drivers who raced a 1966 Ford GT40 at Laguna Seca in August.   Read Full Article

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Autonomous Leader

dailybrink.com, September 10, 2012

A conversation with Revs Program faculty, Chris Gerdes, discussing Shelley, the autonomous race car, his passion for racing and the Revs program research instrumenting race car drivers. The innovations from these research projects will improve safety systems in the cars we drive and inform human/machine interation in autonomous cars.   Read Full Article

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Biometrics used to measure car racers’ response

Biometricupdate.com, August 23, 2012

 Researchers from Stanford's Revs Program are using biological data from race car drivers and vehicle metrics from a 1966 Ford GT40 during the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion to learn what activities require the most brain activity to design safety features in Shelley, Stanford's autonomous car.   Read Full Article

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Cadillac Promotes Revs Class on Design Restoration

Cadillac, April 18, 2012

See the Cadillac Facebook page on the spring 2012 Design Theory & Methodology class studying the engineering, manufacturing techniques and design perspectives of a 1962 Cadillac in the process of restoring this classic American car.   Read Full Article

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Car Graphic November 2014

Car Graphic (Japan), November 2014, November 01, 2014

Feature on Revs Program class ME200 in the new issue of Car Graphic of Japan.  

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Cars are topic of academic inquiry at Stanford University program

The Sacramento Bee, October 16, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford, created by the vision of Miles Collier, elevates the study of the automobile through cross-discipline research and course offerings in archaeology, art and art history, urban studies, and design and engineering.   Read Full Article

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Chris Gerdes: The future race car: 150 mph, and no driver

TEDxStanford, May 19, 2012

TEDxStanford video of Revs Co-Director Professor Chris Gerdes discussing his team's development of autonomous cars and the Revs Program supported research on studying the brainwaves of professional drivers to influence safety innovations in future autonomous vehicles.   Read Full Article

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