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SAE Tomorrow Today, a podcast from SAE International, hosted by Grayson Brulte focuses on the impact of the advancement of mobility knowledge and solutions for the benefit of humanity. As a trusted partner to mobility engineers for more than 110 years, SAE International provides unique and dynamic perspectives from innovative industry leaders on the challenges of tomorrow.

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SAE Tomorrow Today, a podcast from SAE International, hosted by Grayson Brulte focuses on the impact of the advancement of mobility knowledge and solutions for the benefit of humanity. As a trusted partner to mobility engineers for more than 110 years, SAE International provides unique and dynamic perspectives from innovative industry leaders on the challenges of tomorrow.

    86. The Enablers of Automation: Sensor Innovation from Spartan Radar

    86. The Enablers of Automation: Sensor Innovation from Spartan Radar

    Radar systems that use AI to dynamically and adaptively scan the environment based on changing conditions have been science-fact — not science-fiction — for more than a decade. But the current systems are just scratching the surface.
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    Spartan Radar’s Tyler Rather, Chief Technology Officer, and Robert Brown, Chief Strategy Officer, discuss their team’s work to develop high-resolution radar AI that emulates human perception models and achieves lightning-fast processing and focus—and a revolutionary sensor fusion technology they believe could be as influential as Ford’s Model T.
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    Stay updated on the latest software innovations from Spartan Radar: spartanradar.com
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    • 37 min
    85. Empowering Superheroes: Emergency eVTOL Aircraft from Start-Up Jump Aero

    85. Empowering Superheroes: Emergency eVTOL Aircraft from Start-Up Jump Aero

    In emergency situations, every second counts — but long distances to rural areas and congested city traffic often increase the time it takes to transport a patient to a hospital. Jump Aero is mobilizing eVTOL aircraft as a solution to cut emergency response time in half and save thousands of lives. 
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    Co-founders Carl Dietrich, President/Chief Designer, and Katerina Barilov, Head of Business Development, discuss their passion for the Jump Aero mission. Hear more about how electric aircraft can reduce the time it takes to get a responder on the scene, why their EMTs are required to learn how to fly an airplane, and how their commitment to engage with EMS communities builds partnerships and trust.
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    Stay up to date on the latest news from Jump Aero: www.jumpaero.com
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    • 44 min
    84. Part 2 - SAE: Forging a New Mobility Ecosystem

    84. Part 2 - SAE: Forging a New Mobility Ecosystem

    The future of mobility is all about resiliency. How can we ensure that we have the energy capacity to sustain a fully electric future? Can solutions transfer across aerospace, passenger and commercial vehicle industries? SAE is in the middle of it all.
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    Frank Menchaca, Chief Growth Officer at SAE International, says the industry is at an inflection point. In part 2 of the SAE series, Menchaca discusses the multi-phase set of initiatives the new Office of Sustainable Energy will tackle, including EV charge point payments, cybersecurity, regulation and range, and SAE’s role in mobilizing a sustainable future.
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    Think you know SAE? These episodes will have you thinking again.
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    Intrigued? Meet Pete. Meet Skylar. And meet Violet.
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    • 30 min
    83. SAE: Forging a New Mobility Ecosystem—Part 1

    83. SAE: Forging a New Mobility Ecosystem—Part 1

    Think you know SAE? These episodes will have you thinking again.
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    The next mobility revolution is upon us. Connected, automated and electrified transportation can provide equity of access to jobs, education, health care and beyond — but the future comes with challenges as innovators consider sustainability, resiliency and scalability of production.
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    In part one of this special two-part series, SAE International’s own Chief Growth Officer, Frank Menchaca, discusses the ways SAE is meeting the changing needs of 21st-century transportation and mobility, the organization’s partnership with Argo AI and Clemson University that built the new Robotics Bootcamp, why SAE’s J3016 Levels of Driving Automation was created, and the launch of SAE’s Office of Sustainable Energy.
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    Intrigued? Meet Pete. Meet Skylar. And Meet Violet.
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    Like the episode? Drop us a review and follow SAE Tomorrow Today on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us become even better by sending ideas for future guests and topics to podcast@sae.org.
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    • 30 min
    82. Creating Equity in Mobility: The Future of Cities with the NYU McSilver Institute

    82. Creating Equity in Mobility: The Future of Cities with the NYU McSilver Institute

    AVs and EVs have the potential to enhance transportation infrastructure in cities across the globe. But before this tech can be implemented, community and business leaders need to work together to create safe, equitable access to the burgeoning technology. The NYU McSilver Institute helps to guide these conversations around implementation while ensuring that historically underserved groups are able to take advantage of the incoming changes in mobility.
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    Henry L. Greenidge, Esq., Fellow-in-Residence at the NYU McSilver Institute, discusses the future of mobility in cities, talking challenges on the streets of New York City, how tech innovations and policy can work together, the importance of community engagement and outreach, and how to achieve equitable mobility for all through community collaboration.
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    Stay updated on the latest work from the NYU McSilver Institute.
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    • 40 min
    81. Envisioning a Safer Future with the Self-Driving Coalition

    81. Envisioning a Safer Future with the Self-Driving Coalition

    ADAS and AV technologies are evolving at a rapid pace — but developing safeties and conveniences won’t be fully realized if the public doesn’t understand them. That’s why industry leaders founded the Self-Driving Coalition to educate policymakers and the public, promote the benefits of self-driving vehicles and support the safe and rapid deployment of these potentially life-saving technologies.
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    Ariel Wolf, General Counsel at the Self-Driving Coalition, discusses the future of policy at the local, state, and federal levels, and how these policies need to enhance public trust, maximize public deployment and promote innovation to create a safer tomorrow.
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    Register to stay in touch and keep up to date on the latest news from the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets.
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    Like the episode? Drop us a review and follow SAE Tomorrow Today on your favorite podcasting platform. Help us become even better by sending ideas for future guests and topics to podcast@sae.org.
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Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

PGHMudChaser ,

Insights with a twist

Each week, Grayson and the SAE team bring not just the latest innovations in mobility but the people and stories behind it - refreshing and entertaining take! The 2020 highlights episode just released is awesome!

Blair Schlecter ,

Great podcast

Grayson is a friend (full disclosure) but he really knows his stuff and asks insightful questions.

Harry Campbell ,

Love the podcast

Grayson does a great job interviewing guests with unique perspectives on the advancement of mobility. The episode with Peter Weiss on the intersection between autonomous vehicles and medical technology advancements was interesting. I enjoyed the discussion bout how much the current pandemic has advanced medical artificial intelligence. Great podcast.

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