Northern Virginia is a leader in natural gas development, with the largest natural gas production facility in the country and a wide array of other technologies.
But it’s also been struggling to compete with cheaper gas from overseas, and the company has been slow to introduce new natural gas technologies.
Now, Northern Virginia’s company, the Energy and Environmental Institute (EEI), is partnering with local researchers to develop a new technology called the NIVE (Natural Gas Vehicle Intelligence) system.
NIVE is a computer-driven vehicle system that uses sensors to identify a vehicle’s characteristics and potential hazards.
The system will be tested at a new facility on the Virginia Tech campus in the fall.
The NIVE system will help Northern Virginia companies better understand their potential customers and how best to meet them.
The company is also testing the NIKE (New Natural Gas Vehicles) system, which is an updated version of NIVE.
The NIKE system will begin its tests in the next few months.
“This is a great opportunity for NIVE to prove itself to be a competitive and innovative natural gas transportation technology, and I look forward to working with NIVE in the future to help improve our ability to compete in a dynamic and competitive natural gas industry,” said Virginia Tech President Richard J. Evans.
“I believe NIVE has the potential to be an essential part of a future North Carolina natural gas infrastructure.”NIVE is designed to detect vehicle hazards and detect potential hazards in a vehicle before a natural gas vehicle enters the roadway.
The sensors will help the NILEV system to detect potential drivers of vehicles, including those using natural gas for transportation.
NILEVs will be equipped with a dashboard camera that captures and analyzes road data.
This data will help NILEVS understand road conditions and road safety.NILEVs also will use GPS-enabled cameras to collect vehicle information.
NIlev sensors will be able to capture vehicle and road data at high speeds.NIKE is a software platform designed to provide real-time, real-data data that can be used to optimize gas-powered vehicle operations.
NIKE is also designed to be flexible and customizable, allowing companies to tailor NILEv to their needs and needs alone.NIVE will be used for several purposes: 1) to monitor the movement of the NIleV system, to identify vehicle safety hazards and to identify potential drivers; 2) to determine the vehicle characteristics and the potential hazards of the vehicle, to analyze the vehicle’s speed, the speed of other vehicles, and other factors, to detect possible vehicle hazards in the vicinity and the area; and 3) to provide data and alerts to help the vehicle operators and the public understand the driving environment.
NILEYV will be developed by the University of Southern California and the University at Albany, both of which have offices in Charlottesville.
Northern Virginia is the first part of the Northeast Corridor pipeline to be built and tested in North Carolina.
The Northern Virginia project will include the construction of a new natural-gas pipeline and compressor station at the U.S. Steel plant in Petersburg, Virginia.
The pipeline will carry natural gas from the Virginia-North Carolina-South Carolina (VNCSA) region, and it will provide more than 40,000 new jobs in Virginia.
In addition to Virginia, it will serve as a route for North Carolina’s first liquefied natural gas export terminals.
Northern VA also is a major transportation hub for coal mining and power generation, and is home to many of the largest facilities for the production of natural gas.
NIve is the company’s latest natural gas-related initiative, and will provide a demonstration of the company and its technology in the first of two test sites.
NIVe will be available for use in North and South Carolina in the winter of 2018-2019.