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Smarter, Autonomous, & More Efficient Agriculture #CES2022

Although agricultural productivity may not improve at the rate of Moore’s law, its consistent increases in output have proven Malthusian predictions wrong. Agriculture innovation continues as evidenced by the new product offerings shown at the John Deere pavilion at CES2022. In the above interview, Julian Sanchez, Director – Emerging Technology for John Deere, discusses two […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

To Own or to Use Driverless, That Is the Question

To paraphrase Shakespeare, to own or to use, that will be the question in a driverless world. This question was an underlying theme of the latest Smart Driving Car Summit, Who Will Build, Sell and Maintain Driverless Cars? With a collective experience of 150+ years of automotive industry experience, this panel, led by the Dispatcher’s […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

A Culture of Safety Is AV Table Stakes

Building a culture of safety is a prerequisite to building an autonomous vehicle. That’s one conclusion from the insightful Smart Driving Car Summit panel, Safe Enough in the Operational Design Domain. The moderator for this panel, Marjory Blumenthal Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation is well versed in this topic, having recently published two reports on […]

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Technology – A Key Driver on the Road to No More Victims

On the eve of 2020, with the proliferation and ease of ridesharing, it is beyond sad that the number one cause of death on U.S. roadways is still drunk driving. MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) estimates that someone is injured every two-minutes and someone is killed every 51-minutes in a drunk driving crash. And it’s […]

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Two Peas in a PodCar – Brief Overview of Podcar City 2019

It is important to build autonomous transportation systems that meet the needs of individuals while reducing congestion and pollution by sharing vehicles is the message from Princeton Professor Dr. Alain Kornhauser. Reflecting on day 1 of the Podcar City 2019 Conference, Kornhauser emphasized that whether these systems are on existing roadways or, in some cases, […]

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