Raj Bridgelall, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


A transportation research scientist with strong combinations of teaching, technical, and management skills honed from a diverse career leading the development of automatic identification (barcode, RFID, RTLS), wireless communications (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Cellular), mobile computing, low-power wireless sensor networks, energy harvesting, and software platforms. Hands-on technical experience developing and commercializing a broad range of products enabling intelligent transportation systems and smart cities. Innovation track record supported by more than 75 peer-reviewed publications and more than 140 patents issued or pending.

Text Books

Energy Harvesting Technologies (Chapter 18)

RFID Systems: Research Trends and Challenges (Chapters 2 & 18)

Publications

More than 9000 Citations

Patents

Issued   Pending

Best of Sensors Award