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Dr. Raj Bridgelall

North Dakota State University
Assistant Professor of Transportation Science and Technology
Dr. Raj Bridgelall has more than 28 years of industry experience and 140 U.S. patents issued or pending in the areas of sensing, secure wireless communications, and mobile computing. Until 2004, he served as a Chief Technologist at Motorola Corporation where he pioneered optoelectronic, secure Wi-Fi, and radio frequency identification technologies. Subsequently, he led two sensor network companies as Vice President of Engineering and as Chief Technology Officer to create energy-harvesting and wireless sensor technologies that enable smart cities. Currently, Dr. Bridgelall is Director of the SMARTSeSM Intelligent Transportation Systems program at the North Dakota State University where he leads research funded by more than $4 million in grants. As assistant professor of transportation, he has pioneered a new course on intelligent transportation solutions (ITS) that covers vehicle automation, connectivity, sharing, and electrification. He is the author of several textbook chapters and more than 70 peer-reviewed technical articles. In 2014, he received the Best of Sensors award for advancements in remote sensing applications. He holds a doctorate degree in Transportation and Logistics, a master’s degree in Computer Engineering, and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering.