Industry Podcasts

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SPECIAL: Legal Standards for AVs

I was invited by TuckerEllis, LLP (@TuckerEllis) to join two of their attorneys on their podcast “Driverless” (@_Driverless), in which we deep dive into a broad discussion on various legal issues surrounding autonomous vehicles, including a fascinating focus on the legal standards to which autonomous cars should be held when things inevitably go wrong.

Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag

February 1, 2019

Autonomous Vehicles, Legal Issues

The Road Ahead for AV Policy in 2019

As we head into the 116th Congress, SAFE Greg, Pete, and BB&K Greg do a short postmortem review of AV START/SELF DRIVE, discuss the latest AV happenings at USDOT, and ponder the prospects for AV legislation this year.

Mobility Podcast

January 28, 2019


AVs for Elderly & Disabled Mobility

We discuss a deeply moving and inspiring email from a listener pushing for autonomous vehicles for people with disabilities; I respond to another listeners’ questions; and we talk about autonomous scooters.

Autonomous Cars with Mark Hoag

January 22, 2019

Autonomous, Accessibility, Mobility

Malcom Glenn, Head of Global Policy, Accessibility, and Underserved Communities at Uber

In this episode we sat down with Malcom Glenn, Head of Global Policy, Accessibility, and Underserved Communities at Uber, to discuss how the company is working to address inequities in the nation’s transportation network - with a particular emphasis on accessibility.

Mobility Podcast

December 19, 2018

Mobility, Accessibility

Automotive Career’s Starts in High School and in the Home!

We, as a collective aftermarket, need to stop talking about the need for quality automotive training and the technician shortage and get involved. The schools are there for industry. Superintendents and presidents need to hear from industry. A good advisory board will make a huge difference in the quality of instruction, investment from the school and placement of students.

Remarkable Results Radio

October 3, 2018

Technicians, Education

AAPEXedu 2018 The Road To Great Technicians – Roundtable

A fundamentally valuable discussion as we get ready to deal with the tsunami of seeding our industry with our future technicians that will have the competencies necessary to perform mechanical and diag work and the need to develop career paths for every level of technician.

Remarkable Results Radio

November 27, 2018

Technicians, Education

Engaging Kids in the Automotive

This episode is a call to action to step up and get involved in your high school or college advisory boards and your community. Stop by a school and offer your help to the instructors or department chair or speak to your local rotary, PTA or career day. I guarantee they’ll welcome you with open arms.

Remarkable Results Radio

December 5, 2018

Technicians, Education

Autonomous Vehicles, Now and Later

Society is headed toward more driverless cars, self-driving cars, shared cars, connected fleets, and all kinds of autonomous vehicles (AVs). How will engineers of tomorrow deal with this technology? Dr. Kara Kockelman, Professor of Civil Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, talks about her research in this area and current advances in the field.

The K12 Engineering Education Podcast

March 14, 2018

Autonomous Vehicles

Rainbow Road

In “Rainbow Road,” the Season 3 finale of Automotive News’ “Futurismo” podcast, host Shiraz Ahmed journeys to Orlando to see how one company, lidar startup Luminar Technologies, is preparing for the next chapter of the autonomous vehicle age.


August 31, 2018

Autonomous Vehicles

Understanding the Industrial IoT and its Cybersecurity Implications

Implementing industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices can help improve efficiency and boost worker safety, but – no big surprise – it also comes with potential cybersecurity challenges. In this podcast, three experts from the IBM IBV discuss the growing cybersecurity impact of IIoT adoption and the findings of their two new reports, "Automotive Industrial Internet of Things: Quick to Implement, Slow to Secure" and "Industrial Internet of Things Cybersecurity: As Strong as Its Weakest Link”.

Security Intelligence Podcast

October 25, 2018

Cybersecurity, Internet of Things

Sherif Marakby, President & CEO, Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC

After more than a century of building "traditional" automobiles, Ford Motor Company is now exploring new forms of mobility including autonomous vehicles, e-scooters, and bikes.SAFE Greg chats with Sherif Marakby, President & CEO of Ford Autonomous Vehicles LLC, about Ford's AV pilots in Miami and DC, as well as how Ford is attempting to build a business case for AVs ahead of time.

Mobility Podcast

November 21, 2018

Connected Vehicles, Mobility

A Global Perspective on Connected Vehicles

featuring Scott McCormick, CVTA

Scott McCormick, President of the Connected Vehicle Trade Association (CVTA), travels the world to speak at industry conferences and is surrounded by the biggest players in automotive, technology, and transportation. In this episode, Scott shares information from the top companies and politicians, forging ideas and debating issues to bring about a connected vehicle future.

Wisco Weekly

November 14, 2018

Connected and Automated Vehicles

Shailen Bhatt, ITS America

What is ITS today? In this episode we sat down with Shailen Bhatt, President and CEO of ITS America, to discuss connected vehicles, public/private collaboration on lifesaving technology, and issues pertaining to state/local transportation technologies.

Mobility Podcast

November 5, 2018

Connected Vehicles, Mobility

Special Guest: Elaina Farnsworth

Today, Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education (, on her mission to educate and empower the world's talent for this new era of autonomous and connected mobility.

Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag

November 9, 2018


Human, Take the Wheel

Transportation writer Aarian Marshall and editor Alex Davies join the Gadget Lab podcast this week to discuss the issues that surround “software that’s not yet ready to replace humans, and humans that are ill-equipped to keep their would-be replacements from doing harm.”


May 25, 2018

Autonomous Vehicles