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Anthony Foxx on building the long road to transportation equity (Episode 96)
Anthony Foxx on building the long road to transportation equity (Episode 96) by Automotive News
Light, Cameras, Breakthrough: Dave Grannan on 1,000-meter perception tech (Episode 95)
The CEO of sensor startup Light discusses the company’s 3D camera technology, how it can perceive objects at ranges three times farther than current industry standards and its potential for improving automated-driving systems.
Researcher Liza Dixon on the perils of ‘autonowashing’ (Episode 94)
Liza Dixon, a Ph.D. candidate studying human-machine interaction, discusses the dangers of automakers overstating the capabilities of their driver-assist systems and the delicate trust they must forge between motorists and technology.
Aerion Supersonic’s Matt Cram on ‘Speed As A Service’ (Episode 93)
Matt Cram, chief commercial officer at Aerion Supersonic, discusses the rebirth and future of supersonic air travel and the company’s partnership-minded approach to creating a “global mobility network.”
Edwin Olson charts bold changes at May Mobility (Episode 92)
An international expansion. A new vehicle platform. A new senior management team. May Mobility CEO Edwin Olson discusses the company’s series of changes over the past year and its overall place in the transportation ecosystem.
Raven Hernandez pioneers an EV-only ride-hailing service (Episode 91)
Move over, Uber and Lyft? Raven Hernandez, founder and CEO of startup Earth Rides, discusses why she’s launched a Nashville ride-hailing network with Teslas, a Ford Mustang Mach-E and Polestar electric vehicles, and how she’s found quick success.