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

Safety First at the “Fully” Smart Driving Car Summit*

It is important to distinguish between those features that enhance safety versus those that provide safety and convenience is how Princeton’s Dr. Alain Kornhauser set the stage for the Smart Driving Car Summit session, Incentivizing Through Regulation. Regulations must ensure that the comfort features, such as Automatic Cruise Control (ACC), do not degrade safety. He […]

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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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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Internet of Everything Smart Cities Wireless

Innovation Around the Peachtree Corner

With autonomous vehicles of all types and a communications-to-everything infrastructure, Peachtree Corners, Georgia is a vision of the mobility and smart community future. An integral part of this relatively new Georgia community is a city-owned lab, the Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners. Approximately, 8,000 people work and 1,000 people live in the 500-acre boundaries of […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment CES2020 Wireless

Making a Dumb Road, Smart #CES2020

Replacing passive lane reflectors with connected devices will transform highways from dumb to smart, promises Sharar Bahiri, Founder, Chairman & CTO of Valerann. Improving highway safety is the driving force behind Valerann’s quest to see their devices installed on highways around the world. An Active Device Instead of a Passive Reflector Their solar-powered units include […]

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Viodi View

Viodi View – 04/16/20

As the discussion shifts to opening the economy, what will commerce look like on the other side is the $20+ trillion question. It feels like there will be permanent structural changes in how business – and everything else – operates. Whatever the changes, it is clear that technology and connectivity will continue to grow in […]

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