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Going Where Long Haul Trucking Can’t

With as many as 8 of 10 communities inaccessible by road, aviation is a critical part of Alaska’s infrastructure that ensures the delivery of fresh food, mail, and cargo to the entire population, according to a 2017 report (PDF) from the American Society of Civil Engineers. Seizing on this opportunity, Ed De Reyes, CEO of […]

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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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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

Safety and People First On World Safety Automation Day

Although the moniker for the World Safety Summit On Autonomous Technology is a great descriptor of the conference held on October 2nd at Levi Stadium in the heart of Silicon Valley, the overarching theme was about people. Sure, there were autonomous vehicle technology stalwarts, like Intel, Nvidia, and Cruise (GM) and start-ups like Voyage, AutonomouStuff, […]