Futurismo | An Automotive News Podcast

Sinopse

Futurismo is a podcast about the next quarter-century in the auto industry. Each season, well take a specific trend or technology that exists in some form today, and look forward to how it will evolve in the not-too-distant future to reshape how we think of transportation and cars.Futurismo is a production of Automotive News, the leading publication covering the auto industry. Check out our reporting online at autonews.com and follow us on Twitter @Automotive_News.

Episódios

  • Jessica Cicchino of IIHS sheds light on the real safety potential of AVs (Episode 48)

    Jessica Cicchino of IIHS sheds light on the real safety potential of AVs (Episode 48)

    22/06/2020 Duração: 38min

    Jessica Cicchino, vice president of research at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, discusses why autonomous vehicles may fail to prevent most accidents, the myths and realities of self-driving safety and how the institute is testing driver assist systems.

  • Karl Iagnemma on the ‘mission’ of Hyundai-Aptiv JV (Episode 47)

    Karl Iagnemma on the ‘mission’ of Hyundai-Aptiv JV (Episode 47)

    15/06/2020 Duração: 35min

    Karl Iagnemma, CEO of the Hyundai-Aptiv autonomous driving joint venture, discusses simulation vs. road testing, how the joint venture is trying to make autonomous mobility a global reality and why it is focusing on airport pickups and drop-offs.

  • Magna’s Swamy Kotagiri on ‘flexibility’ of AV investment (Episode 46)

    Magna’s Swamy Kotagiri on ‘flexibility’ of AV investment (Episode 46)

    08/06/2020 Duração: 43min

    Swamy Kotagiri, president of Magna International, returns to the podcast to discuss the company’s investment in Waymo, its PPE production projects and the new normal for suppliers.

  • J.D. Power’s Kristin Kolodge on the language of mobility (Episode 45)

    J.D. Power’s Kristin Kolodge on the language of mobility (Episode 45)

    01/06/2020 Duração: 38min

    Kristin Kolodge, executive director of human machine interface and driver interaction at J.D. Power, discusses why mobility terminology is important, the impact of COVID-19 on public transportation and how the pandemic could change consumer sentiment of AVs and EVs.

  • Nvidia’s Danny Shapiro on pivoting to ADAS technology (Episode 44)

    Nvidia’s Danny Shapiro on pivoting to ADAS technology (Episode 44)

    25/05/2020 Duração: 38min

    Danny Shapiro, senior director of automotive at Nvidia, discusses the company’s pivot to support ADAS technologies, consumer trends to watch and how AI is helping in the fight against COVID-19.

  • Bosch’s Kay Stepper on AV tech development during a pandemic (Episode 43)

    Bosch’s Kay Stepper on AV tech development during a pandemic (Episode 43)

    18/05/2020 Duração: 37min

    The regional head of driver assistance and automated driving at Bosch discusses why the company is continuing to develop self-driving technology as others pull back and how consumer interest in autonomous vehicles will change as a result of COVID-19.

  • A smart city with a Southern flair (Episode 42)

    A smart city with a Southern flair (Episode 42)

    11/05/2020 Duração: 42min

    Brian Johnson, city manager of Peachtree Corners, Georgia, discusses the city’s AV test track and smart city living laboratory.

  • ZoZoGo’s Michael Dunne on China’s COVID recovery (Episode 41)

    ZoZoGo’s Michael Dunne on China’s COVID recovery (Episode 41)

    07/05/2020 Duração: 40min

    Michael Dunne, founder and CEO of automotive advisory firm ZoZoGo, sketches out the status of traditional car sales, ride-hailing networks and autonomous vehicle programs in Asia – and what that portends for the U.S. economic climate.

  • Ford’s chief futurist on consumer behavior in a post-pandemic world (Episode 40)

    Ford’s chief futurist on consumer behavior in a post-pandemic world (Episode 40)

    04/05/2020 Duração: 46min

    Ford’s Sheryl Connelly on how COVID-19 could influence our attitudes and actions, forever change the mindset of Generation Z, and spark a return of the trusty road trip.

  • Harry Campbell, The Rideshare Guy, on dramatic mobility changes (Episode 39)

    Harry Campbell, The Rideshare Guy, on dramatic mobility changes (Episode 39)

    27/04/2020 Duração: 40min

    From public transit to ride-hailing, COVID-19 has quickly reshaped the mobility landscape. Harry Campbell, a driver who started The Rideshare Guy blog and podcast, delves into the details on the ripple effects on safety and service.

  • The importance of commercial vehicles in a fragile economy (Episode 38)

    The importance of commercial vehicles in a fragile economy (Episode 38)

    20/04/2020 Duração: 32min

    Businesses big and small rely on commercial vehicles, and they can be surprisingly hard to find, says Kathryn Schifferle, CEO of Work Truck Solutions. She discusses better ways to match buyers and sellers, and underscores the importance of work trucks to driving the nation’s economy through the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Self-Driving Shuttles Find New Purpose In Fight Against COVID (Episode 37)

    Self-Driving Shuttles Find New Purpose In Fight Against COVID (Episode 37)

    13/04/2020 Duração: 36min

    CEO Joe Moye reveals how Beep’s shuttles are being used to deliver coronavirus tests in a partnership with the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, and more broadly discusses insights from the company’s early operations near Orlando.

  • KBB’s Karl Brauer on coronavirus and cars (Episode 36)

    KBB’s Karl Brauer on coronavirus and cars (Episode 36)

    06/04/2020 Duração: 33min

    Karl Brauer, executive publisher at Kelley Blue Book, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic compares to the Great Recession, what automakers and suppliers can learn from crisis and how it will make the industry more digital.

  • Lunewave’s John Xin on innovation in uncertain times (Episode 35)

    Lunewave’s John Xin on innovation in uncertain times (Episode 35)

    30/03/2020 Duração: 25min

    The startup’s co-founder talks about how 3D-printing enabled his company to transform a decades-old technology into a compelling new radar product – and how he’s exploring ways to use 3D-printing to help fight coronavirus.

  • Auto industry impacted by coronavirus (Episode 34)

    Auto industry impacted by coronavirus (Episode 34)

    23/03/2020 Duração: 19min

    The Automotive News Shift mobility team is joined by Automotive News publisher Jason Stein in a discussion on the impact of COVID-19 on the future of the mobility industry, as well as automakers, car dealers and suppliers.

  • Smart Cars, Now Meeting Smart Homes (Episode 33)

    Smart Cars, Now Meeting Smart Homes (Episode 33)

    16/03/2020 Duração: 48min

    Anuja Sonalker, CEO and co-founder of Steer Tech, discusses her company’s self-driving parking feature, which eases hassles of parking at home and near transit hubs. Brian Brackenbury, director of connected products at auto supplier Gentex, talks about car-to-home automation and the links between the mobility industry and smart-home technology.

  • Michigan’s fledgling drone industry takes flight (Episode 32)

    Michigan’s fledgling drone industry takes flight (Episode 32)

    02/03/2020 Duração: 46min

    Jim Makowske, CEO of the Michigan Unmanned Aerial Systems Consortium, discusses efforts to make Michigan a backbone for the drone industry. Michael and Ana Healander, co-founders of Airspace Link, a Detroit startup, talk about creating a rulebook for highways in the sky.

  • Nuro’s David Estrada on an AV milestone (Episode 31)

    Nuro’s David Estrada on an AV milestone (Episode 31)

    17/02/2020 Duração: 43min

    David Estrada, Nuro’s chief legal and policy officer, talks about the company’s exemption from NHTSA to allow AVs on the road, what that means for the company and why delivery vehicles are good for testing.

  • Continental’s Tammy Snow on AVs, cockpit innovations and improving the user experience (Episode 30)

    Continental’s Tammy Snow on AVs, cockpit innovations and improving the user experience (Episode 30)

    03/02/2020 Duração: 44min

    Tammy Snow, North American head of research and advanced engineering for Continental, discusses her CES experience, how the company approaches innovation and what it’s doing to combat wrong-way driving.

  • EV adoption and thermal cameras (Episode 29)

    EV adoption and thermal cameras (Episode 29)

    20/01/2020 Duração: 47min

    Boston Consulting Group’s Xavier Mosquet discusses EV adoption around the world. Raz Peleg from AdaSky talks about the company’s work with thermal sensors for autonomous vehicles.

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