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Technology and the Driverless Car
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Advanced Science and Technology Webinar

When: Wednesday, March 9, 2016
2:00 pm ET
Where: Webinar
United States

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The subject matter of the webinar will be work currently being done in Connected Advanced Vehicle Systems i.e., driverless cars.

John Carney, Director of Commercialization & Licensing, Delphi
Luke Neurauter, Group Leader for the Connected and Advanced Vehicle System, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute


John Carney
John’s career in the automotive business spans 38 years, with background in finance, sales, marketing and program management. He successfully completed four divestitures as a deal director during Delphi’s 2005 -2009 restructuring effort. John joined the Delphi licensing activity in 2009, where he is currently the director of the worldwide licensing and IP monetization efforts.

Luke Neurauter
As a group leader for the Connected & Advanced Vehicle Systems group within the Center for Advanced Automotive Research at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), Luke Neurauter is regularly tasked with the development, organization, implementation, and overall management of transportation safety-related research projects. His work consists primarily of gathering and analyzing human factors-related data in an effort to evaluate prototype concepts and advanced technologies. Much of his experience at VTTI is tied to proprietary work.

Efforts in which he is typically involved in assess advanced technology (connected vehicle systems) and/or active safety systems, and include evaluating how drivers comprehend and interact with these systems through both controlled and naturalistic exposure. Mental model development and driver response to both staged and naturally occurring events catered to the specific system being tested are routinely assessed and analyzed as part of these efforts. Over the years, Neurauter has managed projects varying in scale from small sample controlled test-track studies through multi-year field operational tests.