Smart Driving Cars Podcast

Smart Driving Cars Podcast

What's the latest in smart driving cars? Listen in to lively discussions with Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser and guests, hosted by technology journalist Fred Fishkin. How soon will you be riding in a self driving car? This is the podcast to tune in to.... Show More
June 23, 2020 62 min
Smart Driving Cars Zoom-Tank: Insurance...for or against smart driving cars.    
We have a terrific line up.. starting with our provocateur …Michael Scrudato, senior vice president and innovation leader at Munich Re America…a major provider of property and casualty reinsurance. Our panel of sharks …includes… the faculty chair of autonomous vehicle engineering at Princeton University, Alain Kornhauser, From Alianz , Jaques Amselem heads the newly created Internet of Things department and is also director of telematics. From the Rand Corporation, attorney and senior policy analyst Karlyn Stanley.  Karlyn is principal author of RAND Report:  “Compensating the Injured:  Evaluating the Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Automobile Insurance,” due to be released soon. Co-chair of the Automated Vehicles Symposium…and recently retired from the Toyota Research Institute, Jane Lappin. Jerry Lutin… retired transit planning director and professor and currently principal investigator on a bus collision avoidance and automated braking project for the Washington State Insurance Pool.  Our moderator is Compass Transportation and Technology President and Founder Dick Mudge


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