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Smart Driving Cars Podcast

By Fred Fishkin/Alain Kornhauser
What's the latest in smart driving cars? Listen in to lively discussions with Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser, co-host tech journalist Fred Fishkin and guests. How soon will you be riding in a self driving car? This is the podcast to tune in to for real info without hype or spin.
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Smart Driving Cars: The looming battery battle (episode 285)
Will the world be facing a Mad Max scenario for battery components as electric vehicles fill the roadways?   The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena has some advice for decision makers on episode 285 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   And more on the EV tax credits, tire pollution, a tech solution to railroad crossing dangers and some hood ornament nostalgia.
54:59
September 28, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: NVIDIA unveils DRIVE Thor (episode 284)
What will NVIDIA's DRIVE Thor mean for companies looking to deliver autonomous mobility?   VP of Automotive Danny Shapiro joins us for episode 284 of Smart Driving Cars.  Plus the Biden administration is funding Smart Transportation Technology, GM Cruise aims to develop chips for self driving and the NTSB pushes tech to combat impaired and reckless driving.
49:49
September 23, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 283: #Aurora #Mobileye #NVIDIA #Tesla and more
The strategy for survival at Aurora, new Detroit testing for Mobileye, NVIDIA's coming virtual developer conference and another AI upcoming for Tesla.  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin share the latest on those stories and more on episode 283 of Smart Driving Cars.
29:34
September 11, 2022
Smart Driving Cars 282: The battle over roads. Really?
Is there really a battle over building and maintaining roads?   "The Dispatcher" publisher Michael Sena on the history and outlook on episode 282 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus... the Saudi linear city plan, GM, #Tesla, Baidu, Waymo and more.
01:06:13
September 01, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 281: New #Tesla FSD Beta and more
A new step for Tesla FSD with Beta 10 69 release and the company's "Occupancy Network".  Princeton's faculty chair of autonomous vehicle engineering, Alain Kornhauser, weighs in on that plus oversized EVs,  Toyota's view of autonomous mobility,  Pittsburgh's Guaranteed Basic Mobility Program and some excitement surround SpaceX and NASA and more.
47:13
August 28, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: Can Tesla data help car crash understanding? (episode 280)
How can Tesla data help with the understanding of car crashes?   NY Times reporter & author Cade Metz joins Alain and Fred to explore the latest Tesla news, including the new higher price for FSD.  Plus NHTSA reports a continuing rise in traffic deaths, Lyft in Vegas,  Cruise and Waymo.  And Princeton and NBA great Brian Taylor joins us to remember legendary basketball coach Pete Carril. 
01:06:14
August 22, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 279: #Autonomy's CEO, #Tesla & more
After announcing it will spend 1.2 billion dollars on EVs and rapidly expand its vehicle subscription service, what does the future hold for Autonomy. Serial entrepreneur & CEO Scott Painter joins us for episode 279 of Smart Driving Cars.  Plus Tesla, Argo AI and more.
59:23
August 12, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: Elon Musk, Tesla & robo-taxis (episode 278)
Elon Musk talked about his vision for Tesla robo-taxis and more during his Q&A following the 2022 shareholders' meeting.   Weighing in on that and more is Princeton's Alain Kornhauser on episode 278 of Smart Driving Cars with co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus TuSimple, GM Cruise, Lucid, Argo and more.
54:51
August 07, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: Cities & Mobility episode 277
A look at cities & mobility, turmoil at VW, the cash problem at Cruise & more.   "The Dispatcher" publisher Michael Sena joins Alain Kornhauser & Fred Fishkin for another spirited discussion on episode 277 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:16:54
July 30, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: TRB wrap-Tesla-& more Episode 276
Following the TRB gathering in California, what was accomplished?  Compass Transporation & Technology President Dick Mudge joins us for a look.   Plus the latest on Tesla, Cruise, Baidu, Zoox & more.   Smart Driving Cars episode 276 with Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
42:46
July 25, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: May Mobility moves forward (Episode 275)
What lies ahead for May Mobility following the closing of a 111 million dollar funding round...including the participation of State Farm?   Director of Policy and Advocacy Daisy Wall joins Alain Kornhauser & Fred Fishkin for a look ahead.   Plus layoffs at Nuro and Argo AI, news about Cruise and the amazing Webb space telescope images.   Episode 275 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:11:55
July 17, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 274: NHTSA investigates Cruise and #Tesla crashes and more MOVES progress
More MOVES progress in NJ, NHTSA investigates a Cruise crash, and two fatal Tesla crashes, Musk makes more headlines and layoffs at Argo AI.   Plus from the 5th annual Smart Driving Cars Summit, Anil Lewis of the National Federation of the Blind and ITN America founder Katherine Freund.  Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for episode 274 of Smart Driving Cars.
47:34
July 10, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 273: Getting Moves moving
The June Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit brought the players together.  Now the real game begins.  "The Dispatcher" publisher and consultant Michael Sena joins us for that plus...Einride's autonomous electric transports, Cruise takes paying passengers and a critical checkpoint for Zoox.
01:13:01
June 24, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 272: The NHTSA driver assist crash report
With NHTSA releasing the data on 392 crashes involving driver assistance systems, we dive into the significance and take-aways with guest Ed Niedermeyer, author, journalist and co-host of the Autonocast.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for episode 272 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:16:13
June 16, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: What was accomplished at the 5th annual Smart Driving Cars Summit (episode 271)
From the people living in Trenton's Donnelly Homes, to Trenton Central High, to Princeton University, there were lessons to be learned at the 5th annual Smart Driving Cars Summit. CARTS Mobility executive director Jerry He joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin to discuss the progress.
21:57
June 08, 2022
Smart Driving Cars (episode 270) Qualcomm looks to power autonomous vehicles along with your phone
Qualcomm may be best known for supplying the brains behind many mobile phones. But the team led by automated driving lead Anshuman Saxena aims to make a sizable dent in autonomous vehicles and ADAS.   He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin on episode 270 of Smart Driving Cars.
39:38
June 01, 2022
Smart Driving Cars (episode 269) Did government car ratings take a wrong turn?
The star rating system for new cars doesn't offer the protections it should.  That's the view of consultant and "The Dispatcher" publisher Michael Sena.  He joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for episode 269 of Smart Driving Cars.  Plus... another self driving promise from Elon Musk, the Smart Driving Cars Summit and more.
01:01:12
May 26, 2022
Smart Driving Cars (Episode 268): Why wireless #EV charging is key to autonomous mobility
Wireless electric vehicle charging can make autonomous mobility services more affordable for all.   How?   Momentum Dynamics Chief Commercial Officer Bob Kacergis explains on episode 268 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus..Oshkosh, Torc Robotics, Trenton Moves and more
01:15:10
May 15, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 267: #Tesla Autopilot Safety & the Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit
The Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit is less than a month away, focused on making mobility for all a reality through Trenton Moves.  Plus Tesla says Autopilot is achieving big results in improving vehicle safety.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more in episode 267 of Smart Driving Cars.
40:04
May 07, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: No Hands on the Wheel? Episode 266
Germany has given the green light for no hands on the wheel mobility.  What does it mean?  The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins us for that...plus Waymo, Tesla, Ford, Argo and more.   Smart Driving Cars episode 266 with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:26:48
April 28, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 265: Designing the robotaxi rider experience. Uniphy CEO Jim Nicholas
Smart Driving Cars Episode 265: Designing the robotaxi rider experience. Uniphy CEO Jim Nicholas is forging partnerships to help transform consumer experiences with vehicles and more.   He joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for that...plus the latest on Tesla, Trenton and more
54:58
April 23, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 264: Massive Robotaxi Move by Musk?
Elon Musk is saying Tesla will make a massive move into robotaxis.  And what about his attempt to buy Twitter?    Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin weigh in on that...plus Argo AI coming to Greenville, South Carolina and Cruise expands Walmart deliveries in Arizona.   That and more on episode 264 of Smart Driving Cars.   Tune in and subscribe.
47:34
April 15, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 263: Providing mobility to Ukrainian refugees
Mobility takes on a different meaning for Ukrainian refugees.  Henry Posner II and his Railroad Development Corporation has been helping to transport many into Germany.   He joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for episode 263 of Smart Driving Cars.  That plus GM Cruise, Aurora, VW, Qualcomm & more.
50:26
April 07, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 262: Laws for driverless cars & more with Michael Sena
The latest from the Symposium on the Future Networked Car,  the UK investigates laws for driverless cars, cars....politics and Russia, Tesla and some big news from Waymo.   The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for Smart Driving Cars episode 262.
48:01
March 31, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 261 with Sven Beiker and Dick Mudge
Where autonomous mobility vehicles operate matters.  But why does too.  And Mercedes takes a leap.    That and more as Sven Beiker of Silicon Valley Mobility and Dick Mudge of Compass Transportation join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for episode 261 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:04:40
March 25, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 260: The disappearing Apple car & more
Apple reportedly has dissolved its car team and why is Alain now eating at McDonald's?  Episode 260 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin has that plus GM, Cruise, Tesla, Aurora, Polestar and more.
48:46
March 21, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 259: Cruise on road to autonomous ride-sharing mobility
Cruise, with GM and Honda as operating partners, has gone truly driverless in San Francisco and is seeking permission to eliminate steering wheels in the Cruise Origin.  EVP of Engineering Mo ElShenawy joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for a special edition of Smart Driving Cars.
40:41
March 09, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 258: EV charging stations as a business?
How will electric vehicle charging stations make money?  The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena poses that question and many more on episode 258 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus Ford creates a distinct EV car business, an update on NJ progress and more.   Tune in and subscribe.
01:05:51
March 03, 2022
Smart Driving Cars 257: Marc Scribner & Cliff Winston
So what about these reports and opinion pieces casting doubt on the future of autonomous mobility?  The Brookings Institution's Cliff Winston and Reason Foundation's Marc Scribner join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin to slice and dice.  Plus GM Cruise, VW and more.
01:18:22
February 26, 2022
Smart Driving Cars episode 256 with #NVIDIA's Danny Shapiro
With Jaguar Land Rover signing on to partner with NVIDIA for advanced driver assistance and autonomous capabilities in all of their vehicles starting in 2025,  what will the collaboration mean?   NVIDIA's VP for Automotive Danny Shapiro joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest on Waymo, VW, Trenton and more.
33:00
February 18, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 255 with guest Brad Templeton
The engaging debate over disengagements. In episode 255 of Smart Driving Cars, Forbes.com Sr. Transportation Contributor Brad Templeton engages with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser over the path to the future of autonomous mobility.   The latest data on disengagements from companies testing self driving vehicles in California,  Tesla, Cruise, Waymo and New Jersey begins funding Trenton MOVES...are part of the spirited discussion with co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:12:44
February 14, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 254 with Alex Roy
Why Self Driving Isn't a Race, It's a Game.  That's what Alex Roy, Director of Special Projects at Argo AI writes at www.groundtruthautonomy.com.Alex joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for the latest Smart Driving Cars for a wide ranging discussion on that plus the latest on Trenton Moves, FreightWaves, Tesla, Toyota and more    Tune in and subscribe!
01:04:13
February 04, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 253
The Federal Trade Commission looks to level the tech playing field...but "The Dispatcher" publisher Michael Sena has some words of warning.   He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for that plus Tesla, Waymo and more on Episode 253 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:00:05
January 27, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 252: IIHS will rate vehicle partial automation systems
The IIHS has announced it will rate vehicle partial automation systems.   Spearheading is research scientist Alexandra Mueller who joins us. And Professor Emeritus Michael Krauss from the George Mason University School of Law on the manslaughter charges leveled in a Tesla autopilot case in California.   Episode 252 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:00:39
January 21, 2022
Smart Driving Cars 251: Making it Happen- Trenton Moves presentation
In this special edition of Smart Driving Cars, Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and his presentation: Making it Happen: Trenton Moves-a framework for the deployment of safe, equitable, affordable, sustainable, high quality transportation.      The focus is on providing autonomous mobility in a place where there is real need.  A first.   Join the effort.
01:00:23
January 17, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 250
The end of the road for Local Motors, the robotaxi arms race in China,  Tesla trouble in California, a GM-Qualcomm partnership and more in episode 251 of Smart Driving Cars.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for the latest on autonomous mobility and transportation.   Don't forget to subscribe!
23:50
January 16, 2022
Smart Driving Cars: Does GM really plan to sell customers AVs? Episode 249
At CES,  GM CEO Mary Barra said the company will be selling autonomous vehicles to the public by the middle of this decade.   Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin weigh in on that plus an AV report from McKinsey and Company, Volvo, Tesla and more.
50:09
January 09, 2022
Smart Driving Cars Episode 248: The why behind the push for new mobility & a tussle over Tesla
With a new book in the works to explain the why behind the push for autonomous, affordable mobility...co-authors Michael Sena and Alain Kornhauser outline where we've been and where we are going. And then there's the tussle over Tesla and Elon Musk. Plus Waymo and more.  Tune in to episode 248 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:06:44
December 29, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 247: Cruise, #Tesla, Waymo and more
In episode 247 of Smart Driving Cars: a shift at GM's Cruise as the the CEO is fired?  Tesla faces editorial fire.   While Waymo posts about bringing the next generation Waymo Driver to trucking.   Plus more on the push for equitable, affordable, autonomous mobility in New Jersey.  Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
48:18
December 23, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 246 Autonomous Affordable Mobility Beyond Trenton
Affordable autonomous mobility is what the State of New Jersey is aiming to bring to Trenton and beyond.   But the need is everywhere.  Princeton Students Jack Woll, Jason Sun, and Connor Larson have been doing some research and join Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin to explore.   Plus…Pony AI, Aurora, Tesla and more.
43:29
December 16, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 245: Trenton MOVES & more
The State of New Jersey MOVES to create the first autonomous vehicle-based urban transit system in America.  What will it mean?   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest on Waymo, Tesla, Via, Intel-Mobileye and more.
01:00:14
December 11, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 244
Smart Driving Cars EpisodGermany’s Automotive Industry in Transition…  Consultant and The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena shares his insights on the rapid shifts taking in place in Germany and globally and what they will mean for mobility and transportation.   Join us for episode 244 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.e 244
45:30
December 02, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 243: AutoX, Gatik, #Tesla & more
AutoX advances with fully driverless RoboTaxis in China, Gatik and Walmart are doing full driverless deliveries in Arkansas, Tesla full self driving custsomers have to agree to company access to video inside and out.  Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more on Episode 243 of Smart Driving Cars
43:40
November 26, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 242
LexisNexis Risk Solutions has determined that advanced driver assistance systems are helping insurers.   Should they lower premiums? Senior Scientist and researcher Gabe Hinton joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser, co-host Fred Fishkin and Dick Mudge from Compass Transportation and Technology for a look at the issues.
01:00:37
November 17, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 241: NVIDIA's everything autonomous declaration
NVIDIA's GTC GPU Technology Conference was filled with innovations that can change lives...and save lives.  The company's CEO declared someday everything that moves will be autonomous...either fully or mostly.  NVIDIA Automotive VP Danny Shapiro joins Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin for the latest Smart Driving Cars.
46:58
November 12, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 240
Tesla, full self driving and the need for a fix. Cruise goes driverless in San Francisco,  Waymo Driver heads to NYC while Aurora debuts on Wall Street. That and more in episode 240 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
30:18
November 07, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 239: The EV battle to come
Will there be an uprising if a crush of electric vehicles results in overwhelmed power grids?   The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin to dive into the issues. Plus the latest on Tesla, the Hertz and Uber deals and more.
01:02:42
October 28, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 238: Futurist & Author Chunka Mui
With his new book "A Brief History of a Perfect Future..Inventing the World We Can Proudly Leave Our Kids by 2050",  author and futurist Chunka Mui informs us how rapidly advancing technology can solve many problems including mobility and transportation.  The questions?  And a surprise offer from Chunka (keep listening) ...in Episode 238 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:01:06
October 21, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 237: Aurora, Motional, Tesla & more
Aurora is planning subscription services for autonomous trucking & ride hailing.   Passenger buttons to stop and start are part of Motional’s planned self driving taxi experience.  And Tesla’s Texas insurance rates to be based on real time driving behavior. Plus more in Episode 237 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
54:30
October 18, 2021
The Tesla automatic braking mystery.
The Tesla automatic braking mystery. Los Angeles Times reporter Russ Mitchell joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to to explore the questions surrounding automatic emergency braking in Teslas and other cars. The systems have to work before there can be autonomous mobility. Plus GM unveils Ultra Cruise, the 5th annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit moves to May and actor William Shatner prepares for liftoff.
54:29
October 11, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 235 ..The shifting picture of what is a car company
So what is a car company?    Appearances can be deceiving.   Join The Dispatcher publisher & consultant Michael Sena on Episode 235 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus much more on the upcoming summit and mobility for all.
58:05
September 30, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 234
The 5th annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit is coming this fall.   The latest announcements!  Tesla reportedly has built 300 thousand cars in Shanghai so far this year despite the chip shortage.  FedEx & Aurora partner for autonomous trucking in Texas.    Tune in to Smart Driving Cars… and subscribe.   
46:35
September 27, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 233: Making mobility happen in Europe, Trenton and beyond.
What will it take to deliver autonomous mobility for all?  For one thing, improved road systems,  says Professor Adriano Alessandrini at the University of Florence.   The author of The Role of Infrastructure for a Safe Transition to Automated Driving joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for a spirited discussion on that, plus Waymo and new details on bringing new mobility to New Jersey and the upcoming Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit.
01:13:32
September 18, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 232: Can cameras alone get to driverless mobility?
Cameras alone aren’t enough to get Tesla or anyone else to driverless mobility.   So says UC Berkeley’s Steven Shladover, a leading autonomous vehicle research engineer.   He joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the need for more regulation from Washington, Waymo, Cruise, Toyota, Motional and more.  Listen to Smart Driving Cars Episode 232 and subscribe!
52:27
September 04, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 231: Tesla, Waymo & the future of car making
What’s wrong with the concept of building electric vehicles on a skateboard type platform?  Consultant and The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that…plus Tesla, Waymo and more.   And the next Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit is on the way.   Watch or listen…and subscribe!
01:10:59
August 26, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 230: Teslas, Humanoids and Elevators
Teslas, Humanoids and Elevators! What Elon Musk and Tesla delivered at AI Day 2021 was insight into the company’s remarkable technology and that may boost recruiting efforts.  So says Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser who is joined by co-host Fred Fishkin and guest Tim Higgins of the Wall Street Journal,  author of POWER PLAY… Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century.  AI Day, the NHTSA investigation and Elon Musk hops on the elevator on Episode 230 of Smart Driving Cars!
01:04:57
August 21, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 229
With the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration having opened an investigation into Tesla autopilot crashes involving emergency vehicles…Los Angeles Times reporter Russ Mitchell joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at the issues facing Tesla and other vehicle makers.   Join us..and subscribe!
50:19
August 18, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 228
Planes, trains and automobiles. From battery powered electric light rail to the confusion over the difference between driver assistance and self driving to Amazon’s new 1.5 billion dollar U.S. air cargo hub…the focus is on the latest in mobility. Join Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for episode 228 of Smart Driving Cars.
43:46
August 14, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 227: autonomy, responsibility and Arizona
In Arizona…the trial of a former Uber autonomous vehicle attendant om the death of Elaine Herzberg is still pending.  Her attorneys say it is the company that should be responsible.  From the Phoenix New Times, news editor Ray Stern joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a spirited discussion of the issues surrounding the case and more.
01:21:26
August 04, 2021
Smart Driving Cars 226 with Tim Higgins, author of Power Play
The Wall Street Journal's Tim Higgins has a new book arriving August 3rd titled POWER PLAY: Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century.   You can bet it's a lively discussion with Tim on the latest Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:05:05
August 01, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 225
Chandler, Arizona is the one place where paying customers can take advantage of driverless robo-taxis to get where they are going. How did that happen? What does the future hold?  Kevin Biesty, Arizona’s  Deputy Director for Policy at the Department of Transportation,  joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for an in depth discussion. Plus.. Ford, Argo, Lyft, Tesla, Mercedes & more.
01:00:32
July 22, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 224
Does there need to be a White House appointed autonomous and electric vehicle  czar to open up new mobility possibilities for all?   That's the view of Selika Josiah Talbott..a government veteran who now heads Autonomous Vehicle Consulting and lectures at American University.   She joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for a deeper look at how the technology can be deployed to improve lives.
58:05
July 19, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 223
Can Tesla (and others) make automatic emergency braking work?    Princeton's Alain Kornhauser continues his push and is joined by the Reason Foundation's Baruch Feigenbaum and Compass Transportation & Technology President Dick Mudge along with co-host Fred Fishkin to explore this weeks Transportation Research Board sessions.
52:42
July 15, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 222
Is it time for autopilot to not break the law?   Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser says yes.  And if technology can save lives, prevent injuries and crashes…shouldn’t it?  Plus Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, Waymo, VW and more on Episode 222 of Smart Driving Cars with co-host Fred Fishkin.
50:32
July 12, 2021
Smart Driving Cars 221: The Zoox Safety Report
With Zoox…the Amazon owned autonomous mobility company out with a comprehensive safety report.. Chief Safety Innovation Officer Dr. Mark Rosekind joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   What is so different about the Zoox approach to building a vehicle and safety?   What is the company’s vision for future mobility and transportation.    Dr. Rosekind fills us in on those issues and more.
01:03:04
July 01, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 220.. The electric car race
Sociology not technology will decide the electric car race.    That's a Financial Times headline from a piece written by Innovation Editor John Thornhill...who joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a lively discussion on that...plus Tesla...autonomous mobility and more. John is also the founder of Sifted.eu.
59:03
July 01, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 219
Why couldn't a smart driving car prevent Alain's crash with a deer?  And How important is exact location for highly automated driving?   NHTSA wants reports on all automated vehicle system crashes.  The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more.
01:01:46
June 29, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 218
Have questions about Waymo’s partnership with JB Hunt to test autonomous trucks in Texas?  So do we…and Waymo’s Product Manager, Xinfeng Le joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin to provide answers.   Plus.. Waymo raises 2 and a half billion dollars, MacKenzie Scott gives away billions, start-up Waabi comes out of stealth, Argo AI plans an IPO and more.
54:27
June 17, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 217
Are self-driving cars still decades ahead?  Wall Street Jopurnal columnist and author Christopher Mims joins Princeton’s Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at the progress and roadblocks.  Plus the latest on Tesla, Cruise, the dramatic rise in road deaths during Covid and more.
01:16:44
June 07, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 216
The Future of Mobility is Slowly Coming Into Focus.  That's on top in the June edition of The Dispatcher.   From Sweden, publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus better batteries, May Mobility, Tesla and more.
54:03
May 28, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 215
The Costly Pursuit of Self Driving Cars Continues On and On and On.  That's the headline of a NY Times story this week.  The reporter, Cade Metz, also the author of a new book on artificial intelligence, joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser, co-host Fred Fishkin and guest Ken Pyle of Viodi View.   Watch and subscribe!
59:14
May 27, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 214
An interview with the chief engineer behind Ford's F150 Lightning EV truck...Waymo shares rider stories and the AFL-CIO tells Congress autonomous vehicles should be required to have human operators.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for those stories and more.
01:11:27
May 24, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 213: SAFE founder Robbie Diamond
The autonomous mobility competition with China.  What will it take to succeed.  Securing America's Future Energy founder Robbie Diamond dives in with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus the latest on #AutoX,  #Tesla,  #GM, #TuSimple and more.   Remember to subscribe! And check out this SAFE panel discussion too.. https://youtu.be/Z6NBRrtTDnI
56:05
May 14, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 212
Where does Waymo go from here?   Is GM really going to market personal autonomous vehicles?   Viodi View managing editor Ken Pyle joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at those issues plus Volkswagen, Tesla, Argo and more.
01:02:16
May 09, 2021
Smart Driving Episode 211
There's plenty of combustion around the issue of banning internal combustion engines (ICE).   Consultant and The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins us for a look at what makes sense...and what doesn't.  Plus #Tesla, #Toyota, #Volkswagen, #Baidu and progress in Florida.
01:02:59
May 01, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 210
Passengers at the Las Vegas Convention Center are about to get their first taste of the new underground mobility service from #Elon Musk's The Boring Company.    Princeton student Louis Aaron has been working there and he joins Viodi View Managing Editor Ken Pyle, Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at this new horizontal elevator!
47:05
April 27, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 209: The Texas Tesla Crash
The Texas #Tesla crash that killed two continues to make headlines. The impact on the electric and automated vehicle industries? From the Brookings Institution, senior fellow Clifford Winston joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at what the real focus should be on.
01:00:38
April 22, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 208
What does it take to bring about mobility for all in the real world?   With help from the federal DOT and a team at the University of Buffalo...some big steps are being taken there.   Professor Stephen Still joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that...plus, Tesla, Uber, Cruise and more on Smart Driving Cars.
01:08:43
April 18, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 207: What happens when a driverless vehicle crashes?
When a driverless vehicle crashes...what should passengers, other vehicle owners, law enforcement and first responders do? American University Professor Selika Josiah Talbott says the time for planning is now. She joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Tesla, Apple and more in the latest Smart Driving Cars.
01:05:17
April 10, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 206
When it comes to future mobility, what will fuel the vehicles?   How can the shortcomings of electric vehicles be overcome?   Stanley Young, Mobility Systems team lead for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
53:46
April 02, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 205: A driver's test for driverless...Tesla & more
Every driverless car should take the same tests that we take..and have the same responsibilities.   So says Michael L. Sena in the latest edition of The Dispatcher.  He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest from Tesla and more...on Episode 205 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:09:57
March 27, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 204
With GM aiming to upend the car insurance industry, the President of the automaker's new OnStar Insurance Services, Andrew Rose joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   What advantages will OnStar insurance bring to the table...and a look at the future of auto insurance.
36:04
March 16, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 203
GM's move to transform auto insurance through OnStar Insurance:   Is it a win, win for all?      Is adaptive cruise control prompting some drivers to speed?     And what does Tesla really mean by "full self driving"?   Just some of the questions tackled  in the latest edition of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
41:23
March 15, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 202
When will we be able to purchase cars that can largely drive themselves?  It may not be long...but don't expect to vacate the driver's seat.  That's the view of entrepreneur, tech pioneer and RoadDB CEO Russ Shields.   He takes an in depth look at where we are and where we're headed with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:09:09
March 03, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 201
Smarter cars need smarter assembly...and location matters.   The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at that, politics, climate and carmakers...plus Tesla, Velodyne, Foxconn and more.
56:15
February 26, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 200
How May Mobility is building confidence in autonomous transportation and is creating a road map for growth through the pandemic and beyond.   CEO and co-founder Edwin Olson joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more.
48:19
February 22, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 199
How the Biden administration & Congress can pave the path for autonomous vehicles.   Reason Foundation Sr. Transportation Policy Analyst Marc Scribner joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to focus on what's next.   Plus jobs and autonomous trucking, Waymo, GM, Ford and more.
46:01
February 19, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 198
Which autonomous vehicle companies will be the last standing?   And does private ownership of self driving cars make sense?    Compass Transportation and Technology President Dick Mudge joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that...plus the latest on Tesla, GM, Toyota and more.
01:02:45
February 13, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 197
Smart mobility innovation in France.    Dr. Michel Parent founding member of SuburVan is aiming to provide fully autonomous mobility on the outskirts of Paris and more.    He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that...plus the latest on Ford, GM, Tesla, VW and more.
47:16
February 05, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 196
Will more safe vehicle technology dampen the push for driverless mobility?  Measuring the progress and challenges ahead with Dr. Steven Polzin..former Sr. Advisor, Office of the Ass't. Secretary for Research and Technology in the DOT.   He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin ... plus GM going zero emission, Tesla, Waymo and more.
01:02:28
January 29, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 195
What progress has been made towards smarter, safer mobility?   The push for a back-up to GPS.  Why the jump in vehicle fatalities last year? Those issues and more as former deputy assistant U.S. Transportation Secretary for research and technology Diana Furchtgott Roth joins us.  Plus...Microsoft, Cruise, Tesla and more  on Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:01:49
January 24, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 194
When it comes to vehicle safety technology...should manufacturers be sharing instead of competing?   Should there be standardization?  Anuj Pradhan, co-director of the Human Performance Lab at UMASS Amherst joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that...plus the latest from GM, Tesla, Mobileye, Nio and more.
01:02:40
January 15, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 193
Bobby Hambrick started AutuonomouStuff in a barn in Morton, Illinois....and has pioneered much of the technology moving the autonomous industry forward, now as part of Hexagon.  Bobby joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to look back and look ahead.  Plus...Apple, Hyundai, Waymo, Tesla and more!
38:25
January 08, 2021
Smart Driving Cars Episode 192
NVIDIA continues on a roll powering the Zoox robo taxi unveiled this month by Amazon.    NVIDIA senior director of automotive Danny Shapiro outlines the progress and looks ahead to 2021 in the latest Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
42:04
December 29, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 191
College student Joel Johnson has been keeping a log of dozens of trips in Waymo's self driving service in Chandler, Arizona, and posting videos on YouTube. Louis Aaron, another student, has been working with Elon Musk's Boring Company in Las Vegas. The two share their thoughts with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in the latest Smart Driving Cars.
01:03:20
December 21, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 190
With Aurora taking over Uber's self driving efforts,  what is on the horizon for the start up whose leaders have roots at Waymo,  Tesla and Uber?    Co-founder and CEO Chris Urmson joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in this special edition of Smart Driving Cars.
33:58
December 15, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 189
With the 4th Annual Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit about to get underway...a preview of what's to come.   Plus..Aurora takes over Uber's self-driving car project,  Cruise tests fully driverless behind the wheel, is Apple planning a self-driving surprise and more.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin ...and subscribe!
51:12
December 12, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 188
The Nikola saga continues, AutoX goes fully driverless with robotaxis in China...plus Luminar, Tesla, TuSimple and more.   Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 188 of Smart Driving Cars.
49:56
December 06, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 187
What you should know about electric vehicles and climate change.  Important perspectives from The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena as he joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.    Tune in and subscribe!
01:09:15
November 26, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 186
When it comes to active driver assistance systems, what works and what needs improvement?  Some answers from Kelly Funkhouser… program manager for vehicle interface, head of connected and automated vehicles at Consumer Reports.  She joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for episode 186 of Smart Driving Cars.
01:09:05
November 25, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 185
Only Waymo has been transporting customers in driverless vehicles without a safety monitor on board. What goes into that kind of decision? Waymo Assistant General Counsel Dan Smith joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in this special edition of Smart Driving Cars.
01:03:18
November 21, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 184
So when are driverless vehicles safe enough to be deployed?   Senior Rand Corporation policy researcher Marjory Blumenthal joins Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to examine her latest report and more.
47:33
November 20, 2020
Smart Driving Cars episode 183
Rivian's hands free driver assistance will be standard equipment...while Ford unveils the E-Transit.    TechCrunch Senior Transportation reporter and editor Kirsten Korosec joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Nuro, Tesla, Uber, Lyft, Cruise and more.  Plus the coming changes for mobility under a new administration!
01:07:60
November 13, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 182
What will a new administration mean for autonomous mobility?   And what about the passage of Proposition 22 in California after Uber's big campaign? That plus luxury EVs coming from Bentley....and cheap EVs from China.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkinfor that and more.
45:07
November 07, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 181
Waymo releases self driving data...while traditional car dealers enjoy surprisingly strong profits during the pandemic.   Why?  What about the coming autonomous mobility?  Bell Air Partners' Sheldon Sandler and researcher-consultant Glenn Mercer explain in Episode 181 of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
01:09:30
October 30, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 180
Ford and Argo AI have unveiled their next generation self driving test vehicle.  Once again, Ford's Director of Autonomous Vehicle and Technology Development John Rich joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to unveil the technology and the company's self driving business plans.
25:37
October 20, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 179
Which autonomous vehicle platforms will survive?   The director of Ford's Autonomous Vehicle and Technology Development says there may only be two...and Ford /Argo AI will be one of them.   John Rich joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more.
01:01:58
October 15, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 178
Here we go!  Waymo going fully driverless in Phoenix suburb service.   The Verge senior transportation reporter Andrew Hawkins joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Tesla...Amazon...Rivian and more.
50:49
October 09, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 177
New grades for assisted driving systems from Euro NCAP.   But Princeton Professor Alain Kornhauser says the devil is in the details in this edition with co-host Fred Fishkin.  And there's Amazon's success against Covid plusTesla, Uber, GM, Nikola and more.   Subscribe!
46:11
October 04, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 176
A new government entity to oversee autonomous vehicles?  Marc Scribner, Sr. Transportation Policy Analyst at the Reason Foundation on regulation and more with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus...Tesla,  Nikola, GM and the California move to ban new gasoline vehicles.
56:45
September 25, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 175
Automobility and the future of car dealers... "The Dispatcher" publisher Michael Sena offers a different take on how car dealers may battle automakers pushing for direct to consumer subscriptions. That and more in this edition of Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
59:43
September 18, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 174
Consumer Reports publishes a look at Tesla's full self driving technology and the head of the organization's connected and automated vehicle testing, Kelly Funkhouser, joins us to examine what's good and what's bad.   Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin tackle that and more.
56:19
September 10, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 173
Moving forward with autonomous vehicle testing, the head of safety at Uber's Advanced Technology Group is pledging safety data transparency.  Nat Beuse joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co host Fred Fishkin for that and more on the latest mobility headlines.
01:01:45
September 04, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 172
Merecedes unveils the latest S Class with more computing power than 60 average cars...with NVIDIA playing a big role.   NVIDIA's Director of Automotive Danny Shapiro joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more.
30:18
September 03, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 171
What should autonomous mobility companies be doing to win support from black communities?   Why is it important? Henry Greenidge…Fellow in residence at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU joins Princeton's Alain Kornhausere and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus...Uber, Voyage, Tesla and more.
58:42
August 30, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 170
Tesla grows while other automakers flounder.  And  creating standards in an era of mistrust.  The Dispatcher publisher joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in a thought provoking episode.  Plus...transportation planning during and after the pandemic...NVIDIA...and more.
57:21
August 20, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 169
Ghost Road.. Beyond the Driverless Car author Anthony Townsend brings a unique viewpoint to the debate on the future of mobility...and the impact of the pandemic on ride sharing.   Townsend joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and the latest developments from Uber, Lyft, Tesla and more.
57:16
August 13, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 168
Is Tesla a tech stock? Or a fashion product?  Maniv Mobility's Olaf Sakkers authored a piece on Medium with that title and he joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus... GM's would be Tesla challenger Cadillac Lyriq, TuSimple, Uber, Ford and more.
58:39
August 09, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 167
In the midst of a pandemic, what is the future of ride sharing and mobility? Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by Robin Chase and Carlos Pardo of the New Urban Mobility Alliance and the director of the Institute for Transportation Studies at U C Davis, Daniel Sperling to dig into the challenges ahead.
01:11:28
July 29, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 166
Local Motors announces a partnership with Beep to broadly deploy autonomous electric shuttles.   CEO Jay Rogers joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a wide ranging chat.   Plus the Waymo-Fiat Chrysler deal, Tesla, AutoX, Ford, Mobileye and more.
59:45
July 23, 2020
Driving the Debate: Amazon Zoox and Beyond
Driving the Debate:  Amazon Zoox and beyond features a wide ranging discussion featuring author, consultant and digital age pioneer Brad Templeton, moderator Dick Mudge and a panel chock full of expertise that includes Robin Chase, Alain Kornhauser, Henry Greenidge, Jane Lappin,
01:01:26
July 20, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 165
Is the option to buy a car at a dealership going to vanish?   The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena has a provocative perspective in this edition with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser & co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus..an update on the Amazon Zoox deal, autonomous vehicles and how they can help battle discrimination in transportation,  TuSimple, Mobileye, Uber, Tesla and more.
01:03:38
July 17, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 164
Fostering economic opportunity through autonomous technology is the focus of an upcoming report from Security America's Future Energy.  Founder and CEO Robbie Diamond shares details and more in this edition with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus ..are armed police officers really needed for traffic enforcement?  And the latest from Tesla, Waymo and more.
54:26
July 09, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 163
Transportation, racial injustices and changing the thinking around the future of mobility.   NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy & Research fellow Henry Greenidge joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in an eye and mind opening episode of Smart Driving Cars.  Plus Amazon, Zoox, Waymo, Tesla & more.
01:01:33
July 02, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 162
From the Brookings Institution, Cliff Winston, co-author of Autonomous Vehicles...The Road to Economic Growth? joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus..why are fatal crash rates rising in the midst of a pandemic...plus NVIDIA,  Didi, Tesla and more.
01:06:36
June 25, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Zoom-Tank: Insurance...for or against smart driving cars
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
01:02:45
June 23, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 161
Is less data sometimes more when it comes to driverless vehicle technology? Perceptive Founder and CEO Alberto Stochino joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the DOT's new plan for sharing autonomous safety information, the latest from Tesla, EVs from China and more.
00:33
June 17, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 160
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety  Research VP Jessica Cicchino co-authored a new study saying self driving vehicles could struggle to eliminate most crashes.   She joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to discuss the study.  Plus the latest on Tesla, Ford & VW, Covid-19 and more.
54:14
June 12, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 159
Kara Kockelman's focus on smart transportation to save lives, money and the environment has made her a sought after global expert.  The U. of Texas Transportation Engineering Professor joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin on the impact of Covid-19 and much more.  Plus Tesla, Uber, Argo AI and the top smart driving headlines.
59:05
June 04, 2020
Zoom - Tank 06 02 20 Everyone is for Connectivity...but...
Provocateur Michael Sena, well known transportation expert, consultant and publisher of The Dispatcher newsletter and panel…digital age pioneer, author and consultant Brad Templeton,  Roger Lanctot, Director ..Automotive Connected Mobility at Strategy Analytics.    And the faculty chair of autonomous vehicle engineering at Princeton University, Alain Kornhauser.   Moderator is Compass Transportaiton and Technology President and Founder Dick Mudge 
01:00:48
June 02, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 158
In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, what are the smartest ways to re-build and plan for the future?   Futurist and author Chunka Mui joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Amazon, Zoox,  Intel Mobileye, Tesla, Uber and more. 
53:06
May 28, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 157
Global auto makers must completely re-think their autonomous mobility strategy as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.   So says innovation strategist Grayson Brulte of Brulte & Company....who joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus...Waymo, Tesla, Uber and more.
54:16
May 22, 2020
Zoom-Tank Debate 2: The Future of Public Roadway Transit
Zoom-Tank Debate 2: The Future of Public Roadway Transit.   This is the podcast version of the live May 18th debate.    Jarrett Walker and Associates President Jarrett Walker on the Best of Times side of the argument against Cato Institute Senior Fellow Randal O’toole.   Moderator Dick Mudge is joined by "sharks" including Jerome Lutin…an independent consultant who has worked in, written and lectured about transit and transportation for many years, Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser…faculty chair for autonomous vehicle engineering..and much more,  Digital age pioneer, author and consultant Brad Templeton…. and Michael Sena…also a well known consultant and editor of The Dispatcher newsletter.       Find more at www.zoom-tank.com!
01:29:59
May 18, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 156
With new hardware and software capabilities NVIDIA is expanding into new areas of driver assistance technology. Sr. Director of Automotive Danny Shapiro joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that...plus the latest on Waymo, Voyage, Ford and more. listen and subscribe!
49:39
May 14, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 155
The continuing impact of Covid-19 on autonomous vehicle progress.   But it may not be all bad news.   Alex Roy...host of the No Parking Podcast and Director of Special Operations at Argo AI....joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Tesla, Intel, Lyft, Uber and more.  
01:02:33
May 06, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 154
Can ride sharing rebound after the pandemic? Daniel Sperling, founding director of the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Davis joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Tesla, Waymo, Ford and more.   https://soundcloud.com/smartdrivingcar/smart-driving-cars-episode-154
52:40
April 30, 2020
The Driverless New Normal Debate
A special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast featuring The Driverless New Normal Debate... The best of times...or the toughest of times.. for more...visit www.zoom-cast.com
01:02:57
April 28, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 152
Can robotaxis survive a pandemic?  Internet pioneer, self driving car consultant and author Brad Templeton joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in a wide ranging chat on the impact today and the future.  Plus...Uber, Zoox, Waymo, Tesla and more.
53:20
April 17, 2020
Smart Dring Cars Episode 151
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, fully autonomous, driverless vehicles are carrying medical supplies and Covid-19 tests to the Mayo Clinic in Florida. They're provided by Beep and the CEO, Joe Moye, joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that, plus the latest from Nuro, Tesla and more.
57:01
April 10, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 150
From Via, a global leader in mobility and ride sharing, Director of Public Policy Andrei Greenawalt joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to discuss the Covid-19 impact and more.  Plus, Tesa delivers again, Uber and Underwriters Laboratories.
42:02
April 03, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 149
Coronavirus devastates transportation and mobility. How does it recover? Matthew Daus, former NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission chairman, joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and much more. Listen and subscribe!
01:00:27
March 30, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 148
The Smart Driving Cars podcast  with automated driving strategy consultant Richard Bishop joining Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  Is automated trucking dead?   Also...Covid-19 puts Waymo in park, the latest on Tesla and more.   listen and subscribe!
51:07
March 26, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 147
From Sweden...The Dispatcher editor Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin as Covid-19 takes a toll on Waymo, Uber and more.   Plus Saving the Car Industries in the U.S. and the EU... the latest from Future Networked Car 2020 in Geneva and more.
01:01:41
March 18, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 146
Will the Coronavirus speed the move to driverless mobility?   Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin tackle that plus the latest on Waymo, Tesla,  new IIHS safety tech recommendations and more in this edition of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast.  Tune in and subscribe!
32:43
March 14, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 145
Tackling the issues of children in autonomous vehicles, Lorrie Walker of Safe Kids Worldwide joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus the latest from Waymo, Tesla, GM, Uber, Lyft and more.
41:59
March 06, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 144
How a new generation of affordable LiDAR can make autonomous vehicles smarter and safer.   RoboSense VP Leilei Shinohara joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus..the Tesla investigations, California's latest autonomous reporting,  Waymo, Michigan's initiative and more.
01:00:55
February 27, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 143
Declining roadway deaths and injuries may have something to do with safe vehicle technology says Princeton's Alain Kornhauser.  And new tech from companies like WaveSense mean it is just getting started.  Join Kornhauser, co-host Fred Fishkin and WaveSense CEO Tarik Bolat for that plus the latest on Tesla, Subaru, Jaguar Land Rover and more.
39:44
February 20, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 142
What shifting populations mean for the future of mobility and transportation.   Leading expert Jim Hughes of Rutgers University joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest on Tesla, GM, Comma AI's inexpensive autopilot, Aptiv, Lyft and more.   Tune in and subscribe!
50:16
February 15, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 141
The latest glossary of BS in mobility, self driving and autonomy from author, podcaster and cannonball driver Alex Roy on Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin. Plus the news from Tesla, Nuro, Waymo, GM and more!
01:04:56
February 08, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 140
How self driving tech can increase profits in the trucking industry. Locomation's CEO joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Waymo's partnership with UPS, Tesla's rocket ride, Hyundai's Smart Park Super Bowl ad and more.
54:30
January 30, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 139
Adaptive cruise control and self driving tech may lead to more urban sprawl.  But the Cato Institute's Randal O'Toole says maybe that isn't a bad thing.  He joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus Subaru's tech, GM's Cruise, Tesla and more on the Smart Driving Cars podcast.   This edition is sponsored by the SmartETFs Smart Transportation and Technology ETF, symbol MOTO. For more information…head to motoetf.com
49:57
January 23, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 138
The new mobility on the ground and in the air.    Nicolas Zart joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co host Fred Fishkin for a discussion on Urban Air Mobility...plus..Qualcomm, NVIDIA, Mobileye, Waymo and more in this edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
47:26
January 16, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 137
The Transportation Department's update on autonomous vehicles.  What's missing?   Princeton's Alain Kornhauser joins co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest from Mobileye, Qualcomm, Aptiv, Tesla and more.
45:26
January 12, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 136
He's back!  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser...still on the mend ...but opinionated as ever...joins co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at the latest from Waymo, Tesla and more in Episode 136 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast.   Tune in and subscribe!  
24:08
January 07, 2020
Smart Driving Cars Episode 135
In this special edition... the launch of a new exchange traded fund focused on smart transportation and technology.   Guinness Atkinson Asset Management CEO Jim Atkinson joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus..a push by the Coalition for Future Mobility for action in Washington, AutoX wants driverless testing in California and Aptiv grows in Pittsburgh.
19:24
December 05, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 134
The critical need for ridesharing,  another milestone for Waymo,  Mobileye in Michigan and sleeping in Teslas.  In this edition of Smart Driving Cars GoKid app founder Stefanie Lemcke joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for those topics and more.  Tune in and subscribe!
45:09
November 30, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 133
Florida's Autonomous Vehicle Summit shows what a state can do to create a welcoming atmosphere.   That, plus, Tesla's Cybertruck,  Ford, Waymo and more in the latest Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
43:38
November 24, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 132
Tesla shows off its autonomous technology as it readies a new pick up truck.  Voyage unveils Voyage Deep Driver while Nuro keeps delivering in Houston.   Those and more in the latest Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
36:46
November 16, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 131
Hoping for a driverless ride from Waymo?  So are Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  In this edition...Waymo, more trouble at Uber, the latest at Lyft and Tesla...and more! Tune in to Smart Driving Cars and subscribe.
26:37
November 10, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 130
An updated outlook for automated vehicles...Tesla, Waymo , Ford, VW and more. Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by guests Michael Sena and Dick Mudge in the latest edition of Smart Driving Cars!
47:58
November 02, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 129
Elon Musk is telling Tesla owners that feature complete self driving is coming soon...and surprises Wall Street with a profit.  And traffic deaths in the U.S. are declining.  Is safety tech playing a role?  Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more..
22:04
October 27, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 128
Waymo advises Arizona riders that completely driverless Waymo cars are on the way.   Very big news says Princeton's Alain Kornhauser in this week's edition of Smart Driving Cars with co-host Fred Fishkin.   He adds...that they're betting the ranch.   Also...Tesla not getting great reviews for Smart Summon,  NJ Transit wants to get into the autonomous picture and more.
30:10
October 11, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 127
Tesla should park that new Smart Summon feature before it does some serious harm.  That's the view of Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser in the latest edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus..the World Safety Summit on Autonomous Technology, testing an autonomous fleet in the U.K. and more. 
38:26
October 06, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 126
From the public library in Princeton, NJ... a special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast following a public forum conducted by Princeton Future on the potential for transit on demand for all.  Join Princeton professor Alain Kornhauser,  co-host Fred Fishkin and special guests for that...plus...the latest on Waymo, Tesla, Hyundai, Aptiv and more.  
40:28
September 28, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 125
Waymo is providing thousands of rides in California ..but when will truly driverless mobility begin?  That and the latest on Tesla, Uber, Lyft, GM and more in this week's Smart Driving Cars with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
40:14
September 21, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 124
Will Uber and Lyft have to speed up driverless technology to survive?   Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin on that...plus  Argo AI, Tesla, Daimler and more on the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
42:16
September 14, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 123
A J. D. Power study finds customer demand for safety technology threatened by overbearing alerts. Lead researcher Kristin Kolodge joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus headlines from Tesla, NVIDIA, GM's Cruise, Lyft and Ford.
41:28
September 05, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 122
The indictment of former Google and Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski,  what Waymo's riders have to say and the latest on Toyota, Cadillac and more in the latest Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
37:13
August 31, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 121
Daimler and Bosch hold a community meeting in San Jose as they ready plans for autonomous vehicle testing.   Community board member Ken Pyle joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  Plus...Waymo, Tesla and more.
44:32
August 22, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 120
Solving senior mobility needs with Uber, Lyft and autonomous transportation.  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin weigh in on that...plus Tesla, UPS, the big problem with congestion pricing and more.
45:22
August 18, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 119
Uber and Lyft need driverless to have their businessses make sense.  So says Princeton's Alain Kornhauser in the latest edition of Smart Driving Cars with co-host Fred Fishkin.   Plus..the latest from  Tesla, Waymo and more. 
39:33
August 10, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 118
Congress seeks help with self driving legislation, an acquisition by Ford, a breakthrough in vehicle data sharing in Europe and more!   The Dispatcher publisher, Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in a new edition of Smart Driving Cars.
52:00
August 01, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 117
GM's Cruise taps brakes on plans for autonomous taxi service.  So what's next?  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser digs in along with co-host Fred Fishkin in the latest edition of Smart Driving Cars.   Also:  Daimler and Bosch partnering for autonomous parking,  Navya, Uber, Lyft  and State Farm says drivers defeating the benefits new safety tech.  Tune in and subscribe!
33:41
July 27, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 116
Can technology dramatically improve the safety of bus transportation for pedestrians, riders and drivers?   The lead investigator in a national study, Jerry Lutin joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin on episode 116 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast.   Plus...Tesla's new safety report,  the latest from Lyft, Aptiv and a NY Times report on why driverless cars are taking longer than expected.   Tune in and subscribe!
40:02
July 21, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 115
VW invests billions partnering with Ford in autonomous startup Argo AI. Just one of many new alliances.  That plus employing new safety tech for buses, the latest from VIA, Uber, Tesla and a farewell to Ross Perot on this edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
24:42
July 14, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 114
With Apple making an autonomous tech acquisition, what plans might it have when it comes to driverless mobility?   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that plus the latest from  Tesla, Ford, Waymo, BMW and more on episode 114 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast!    Tune in and subscribe.
27:12
June 29, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 113
With new European and Japanese car maker alliances, is Waymo throwing in the towel on driverless transportation?  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser wonders out loud.   That and more on Lexus, Local Motors and others with co-host Fred Fishkin on the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
29:53
June 22, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 112
Should the insurance industry be pushing more safety and autonomous tech in cars?    It's a win, win says Princeton's Alain Kornhauser.  Joining him in the discussion along with co-host Fred Fishkin is NJM's John Hardiman, a board member of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.   Also...Fiat Chrysler, Ford and more.
40:32
June 12, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 111
Is GPS ruining your brain?   Hear how one of the pioneers of the technology responds to that report.  Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin tackle that and..what truckers think of autonomous trucks...self driving Lyft vehicles pass a milestone in Vegas...and news on Gatik AI, Drive AI, Apple, Tesla and more.   Episode 111 of Smart Driving Cars!
21:56
June 10, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 110
The untold secrets of driverless car videos.  Dr. Lance Eliot joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a liveley discussion.  Plus...Waymo brings back self driving trucks, so will Daimler and is the future driverless for Uber and Lyft.   Tune in and subscribe!
45:54
May 30, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 109
Say what you mean and mean what you say.  When it comes to traffic laws,  that's the way autonomous vehicles see it.   What about the rest of us?... asks Princeton's Alain Kornhauser.   Tune in as he joins co-host Fred Fishkin on that issue, the future of Tesla,  the USPS tests self driving trucks and more on GM's Cruise and Google's Waymo.   
27:49
May 26, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 108
Wrapping up the 3rd annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit, Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin zero in on mobility for all and more.  It's just getting started.   Plus the headlines from Nissan, Tesla, Uber and Lyft.   Tune in and subscribe!
32:28
May 19, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 107
In this special edition from the 3rd Annual Princeton Smart Driving Cars Summit, Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by Robosense VP Leilei Shinohara on the LiDAR's benefits.   And view of autonomous technology from law enforcement with New York State Police Staff Sergeant Terence McDonnell.
15:23
May 17, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 106
From the 3rd Annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit,  David Kidd from the Highway Loss Data Institute joins Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin and then on site preliminary research results on mobility for all with Cecilia Feeley and Andrea Lubin from Rutgers.
22:52
May 17, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 105
At the third annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit, Velodyne execs John Eggert and Vidya Devarasetty outline the latest, lower cost LiDAR.   And co-hosts Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin hop aboard the autonomous Olli for more with Local Motors Economist Kurtis Hodge.
30:52
May 16, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 104
From the 3rd Annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit, join Professor Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.   In this special edition,  the summit's focus on mobility for all with guests Anil Lewis, Executive Director of Blindness Initiatives at the National Federation of the Blind and ITN America Founder Katherine Freund.
27:24
May 15, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 103
GM's Cruise gets ready to take on Google's Waymo and its new partnership Lyft.   Meanwhile Uber's IPO stalls and Tesla restructures its autopilot team.  Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more on the coming week's Smart Driving Car Summit.
33:10
May 12, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 102
VW unveils an Inclusive Mobility Initiative to help make future transportation better for all...a major theme of the upcoming Smart Driving Car Summit at Princeton.  The University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin tackle that...plus the latest of Uber, Tesla and more in Episode 102 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast!
28:38
May 06, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 101
Tesla shakes up autonomous mobility with a new chip and promises of what's to come.    The assessment from Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin in this edition.   Plus...Elon Musk on Lidar, Via makes an Earth Day statement and the latest on the 3rd annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit.  Less than 3 weeks away!
29:55
April 27, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 100
The success of on demand transit company Via is proving that ride sharing systems can work.  Public Policy head Andrei Greenawalt joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a wide ranging discussion.   Also: Uber, Tesla, Audi, Apple and Nuro are making headlines.   Tune in and subscribe!
43:22
April 20, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 99
SpaceX amazes, Uber ready for lift off, Tesla's Autopilot and Ford's CEO assesses the self driving landscape.   Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 99 of Smart Driving Cars.
27:33
April 13, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 98
Here comes congestion pricing in New York City...but what will it mean?  Former city Taxi and Limousine Commission head and transportation expert Matthew Daus joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.  Also...Tesla, VW and even Brexit!  All on Episode 98 of Smart Driving Cars.
49:20
April 04, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 97
The Future Networked Car?   From Sweden, The Dispatcher publisher, Michael Sena, joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for the latest edition of Smart Driving Cars.    Plus ...the Boeing story has much to do with autonomous vehicles and more.   Tune in and subscribe.
43:36
March 28, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 96
NVIDIA unveils Constellation Drive and more at the company's GPU Technology Conference.  NVIDIA's Director of Automotive Danny Shapiro joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast!
30:51
March 21, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 95
Autonomous vehicles and a new world of mobility for those who need it most.   That plus a new poll from AAA, the grounding of Boeing's Max 8 aircraft, Lyft's IPO and more in this edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
28:53
March 18, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 94
What was missing from the Geneva Auto Show?   Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser takes aim on that, plus, Volvo, Waymo Tesla and more along with co-host Fred Fishkin.   Tune in and subscribe!
32:46
March 11, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 93
What does Lyft's filing to go public have to do with autonomous vehicles?   Everything.   That plus Tesla, artificial intelligence and the autonomous local delivery move by FedEx in Episode 93 with co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and tech journalist Fred Fishkin.
33:17
March 03, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 92
Should Elon Musk stop promising  truly self driving cars next year?  That plus more on Waymo, Apple and a report from the Union of Concerned Scientists in this edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
37:25
February 25, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 91
What can autonomous vehicle companies learn from the Amazon HQ2 cancellation in NY?   Plenty, says Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser. That and more in Episode 91 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin.  www.smartdrivingcar.com
34:03
February 17, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 90
What's wrong with New York City's new congestion pricing for riders in taxis and for hire vehicles?  Plenty says the man who was the longest serving commissioner and chairman of the Taxi and Limousine Commission.  And what about the future of automated vehicles in NY?  Matthew Daus joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for this special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
48:25
February 10, 2019
Episode 89
Will congestion pricing in taxis and for hire vehicles get more people to ride share?   Amazon becomes an investor in Aurora!  And the Harvard Review adds confusion with an article about the cost of self driving cars.  That and more in this edition of Smart Driving Cars with  co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and tech journalist Fred Fishkin.    www.smartdrivingcar.com
27:29
February 09, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 88
The National Transportation Safety Board unveils the 2019-2020 Most Wanted List of Transportation Safety Improvements. Put down the mobile device, stop speeding and make new safety technology standard equipment. NTSB Office of High Safety Project Manager Dr. Ensar Ecic joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to discuss.
39:57
February 04, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 87
New York begins data collection on Uber and Lyft rides, AutonomouStuff continues to grow, another arrest in alleged theft of Apple self driving secrets...and more in episode 87 of Smart Driving Cars. Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin and subscribe!
24:59
February 03, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 86
Here come Amazon's autonomous delivery vehicles! Amazon, Waymo, GM, Apple, Aurrigo, Argo, Boeing, Uber and even MacLaren are up for discussion in Episode 86 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin.
20:51
January 27, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 85
Ride Systems and Double Map combine to form Journey ..providing real time transit information. CEO Justin Rees chats with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin. Also in this episode VayaVision's technology to fuse sensor data for self driving with CEO Ronny Cohen.
29:26
January 16, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 84
In this episode from CES 2019, Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin welcome guests Michael Fleming, CEO of TORC Robotics, Regulus CyberCEO Yonatan Zur and Arbe VP Bill Latino. Tune in to the Smart Driving Cars podcast and subscribe!
36:54
January 13, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 83
From CES 2019, joining co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin are Here Technologies Dir. of Product Marketing Alex Mangan, BMW VP Mike Peyton, showing the CES crowd a self riding motorcycle and VP Ilkka Varjos of Canatu, maker of flexible sensors.
34:36
January 12, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 82
One of the top chip makers in the world and a start up. Intel's strategic marketing director for autonomous driving Jill Sciarappo and the founder of Jitsik, Dr. Helen Loeb join co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin for Episode 82 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast from CES.
31:28
January 10, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 81
How NVIDIA is paving the way for self driving cars and a new OLLI automated transport from Local Motors. NVIDIA's Senior Director for Automotive, Danny Shapiro and Kurtis Hodge of Local Motors join co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin for another edition of Smart Driving Cars from CES 2019.
23:41
January 10, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 80
RoboSense captures a CES Innovation Award for new MEMS solid state LiDAR while Magneti Marelli builds autonomous technology into headlamps and tail lights. Dr. Leilei Shinohara of RoboSense and Magneti Marelli's Bill Grabowski explain in Episode 80 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and Fred Fishkin.
25:11
January 09, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 79
Luxoft gets acquired by DXC and partners with LG to bring the digital lifestyle into automated vehicles. VP of Strategy Mikael Soderberg joins co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and Fred Fishkin for the Smart Driving Cars podcast from CES 2019.
23:30
January 09, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 78
With the company's new self driving pod on display at CES, Bosch VP for Driver Assistance and Automated Driving Kay Stepper navigates his way onto the Smart Driving Cars podcast with hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin.
25:16
January 09, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 77
From CES it's another special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with UDELV CEO Daniel Laury chatting with co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin about his company's self driving delivery vehicles in operation in San Francisco.
28:14
January 08, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 76
Will Dubai lead the world in driverless transportation. In this special edition of the Smart Driving Cars podcast from CES, Dr. Ismail Zohdy, program manager for self driving transportation for the Dubai government joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a lively discussion.
13:42
January 08, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 75
From CES in Las Vegas, a new industry organization, PAVE, is formed. Partners for Automated Vehicle Education. And some founding members join co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin for an on site discussion. Guests include National Safety Council VP Kelly Nantel, Voyage VP Justin Erlich and National Federation of the Blind President Mark Riccobono.
24:18
January 08, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 74
Waymo under attack, how to regulate driverless mobility and sensors to monitor passengers... Those issues and more are in Episode 74 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with co-hosts Fred Fishkin and Princeton's Alain Kornhauser. Tune in and subscribe!
21:54
January 04, 2019
Smart Driving Cars Episode 73
What a year it has been on the road to autonomous vehicles. From Waymo to Uber and all of the companies in between, 2018 has been eventful. Where are we now and what's to come? Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 73 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast!
40:00
December 28, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 72
Uber resumes autonomous testing while Lyft hires a new head of autonomous vehicle safety. And Nuro hits the road with truly driverless grocery deliveries in Arizona. Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 72 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. Tune in and subscribe!
20:05
December 21, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 71
When it comes to self driving cars, Ralph Nader says "Not so fast." The reknowned political activist and author takes the government and the industry to task in a super sized Episode 71 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for that and more!
55:56
December 13, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 70
We have liftoff! Waymo One begins offering a commercial self driving transportation service in the suburbs of Phoenix. How does it work? What's next? Autonomous Vehicle expert and consultant Grayson Brulte joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin on this episode of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast.
24:56
December 06, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 69
What will it take for driverless vehicles to become a leading form of transportation? Futurist and author Chunka Mui joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 69 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Plus...Waymo, GM, Amazon and more. Tune in and subscribe!
38:35
November 30, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 68
The insurance industry hears about the outlook for automated vehicles. Co-author Dick Mudge joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 68 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Plus...Uber, GM Cruise, Waymo, VW and more. Tune in and subscribe!
29:44
November 21, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 67
Ford unveils progress and targets self driving car service for 2021. Waymo plans to launch its first paid self driving service next month. And Uber talks safety. Join Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for those stories and more. Tune in and subscribe!
23:53
November 16, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 66
Daimler is partnering with Bosch to bring an autonomous ride hailing service to San Jose next year. In this edition, the Director of Engineering at Bosch joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to outline how it will work. Plus Richard Bishop joins us fresh from an International Task Force on Vehicle Highway Automation in Denmark. And more!
35:08
November 09, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 65
California gives Waymo the green light for fully driverless vehicle testing on public roads and the state's deputy director of the Department of Motor Vehicles, Bernard Soriano, joins the Smart Driving Cars podcast with the no nonsense details. Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin explore that and more. Tune in and subscribe!
31:13
November 02, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 64
Here come Waymo's Taxi Robots: In Episode 64 The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for a look at Waymo and Tesla. Is it the most misunderstood car company? And some thoughts about MIT's survey on autonomous vehicle morality choices. Tune in and subscribe!
58:30
October 27, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 63
NVIDIA is out with its first self driving safety report and in Episode 63 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, NVIDIA's Director of Automotive, Danny Shapiro, joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin to chat about what is in it...and more. Also...the NJ legislature, with help from Alain...is starting to take action. Plus the latest from Ford. Tune in and subscribe!
39:18
October 24, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 62
Why do people keep rear ending self driving cars? It's the title of the latest article by Senior Writer for Wired, Jack Stewart. This week Jack joins Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 62 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. And there's more on semi-autonomous safety, Lyft, Uber and Waymo. Tune in and subscribe!
33:35
October 19, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 61
What's need to ensure safety in driverless vehicles? In Episode 61 of Smart Driving Cars, Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by the principal investigator for the just completed Rand autonomous vehicle safety project, Marjory Blumenthal. Tune in for that and more on the latest from Waymo, Tesla, Cadillac, Lyft and more.
42:57
October 12, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 60
With Waymo poised to begin commercial driverless transportation in Arizona...is there reason to worry? In Episode 60 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and Fred Fishkin tackle that and more, joined by Ed Felton...a Princeton computer scientist who served as a technology advisor in the Obama administration and Bryant Walker Smith, legal expert from the U. of South Carolina. Tune in and subscribe!
42:13
October 04, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 59
Basic Universal Mobility? Writer, editor, champion endurance driver and thought leader Alex Roy...joins Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 59 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Plus...Alain's take on Tesla and Elon Musk....Toyota...and more. Tune in and subscribe!
42:14
September 29, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 58
In this edition of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by the founder of the Superbike School, Keith Code. Keith is an instructor, coach, author and researcher into motorcycle safety...and a champion racer. Beyond that....he's an old high school friend of Alain's! And there's more on BMW, Apple, VW and more! Tune in and subscribe!
44:39
September 22, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 57
Uber is investing bigger in self driving research in Toronto, while Apple grows its self driving test fleet in California. Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser along with Fred Fishkin for Episode 57 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Also...the latest on Mercedes, Volvo, BMW and Nuro. Tune in and subscribe!
28:58
September 14, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 56
Are Waymo and Tesla way out in front in autonomous technology. Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser weighs in along with Fred Fishkin Episode 56 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. Plus the latest from Amazon, Aurora Innovation, Ouster, Jaguar Landrover and Fiat Chrysler. Tune in and subscribe!
26:42
September 07, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 55
The coming new world of driverless cars! In Episode 55 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast former GM VP and adviser to Waymo Larry Burns chats with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and Fred Fishkin about his new book "Autonomy: The Quest to Build the Driverless Car and How it Will Reshape Our World".
28:20
September 06, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 54
The impact of the Hitch service murders in China on ride sharing, Toyota's investment in Uber and the issue of who controls data...are the focus of Episode 54 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton University and Fred Fishkin are joined by The Dispatcher publisher Michael Sena.
42:54
September 01, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 53
Ralph Nader weighs in when it comes to safety regulations for self driving vehicles.... but is his focus in the right place? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser offers up his thoughts on that and more ...from Zoox, to Waymo, Lyft and Drive.AI in Episode 53 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin.
33:06
August 27, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 52
Uber's future is linked to it's ability to deploy self driving vehicles. That's what Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser says in Episode 52 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin. Also...the latest from Ford, Tesla, Elon Musk, Kroger and more. Tune in and subscribe!
39:46
August 18, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 51
Waymo worth 175 billion dollars before it starts charging for rides? Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 51 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. And the latest on Uber and the battle with New York City, Olli shuttles off to Buffalo, Tesla and BMW.
33:46
August 11, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 50
Drive.ai gets ready for self driving tests in Texas, Waymo partners with public transit, Tesla's self driving chips and the latest on Uber and Lyft. All that and more in Episode 50 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin. Tune in and subscribe!
41:10
August 04, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 49
When will we shift from buying cars to buying rides? In Episode 49 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, entrepreneur, speaker and co-author of "The End of Driving: Transportation Systems and Public Policy Planning for Autonomous Vehicles" ...Bern Grush joins co-hosts Alain Kornhauser of Princeton and Fred Fishkin. That along with the latest on Ford, Waymo, Uber and more.
42:23
July 27, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 48
What to make of Waymo as it passes 8 million miles of automated driving on public roads? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser joins Fred Fishkin for Episode 48 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. This week... Waymo, Zoox, Embark, Nvidia and new reports from Brookings.
32:00
July 24, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 47
Self driving taxis from Mercedes? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser says, "No thank you". Why? Tune in as the faculty chair of autonomous vehicle engineering joins Fred Fishkin for that and much more in episode 47 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
36:05
July 16, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 46
Self driving technology speeds along in China. Uber looks to resume testing this summer. Public transit, the Koch brothers and Nuro's partnership with Kroger. Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 46 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast!
24:22
June 30, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 45
Waymo marks the first year of its early rider program. The news is good but Princeton's Alain Kornhauser says it could be better. How? Tune in to Episode 45 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast for that and the latest on GM, Voyage, Ford and more
25:40
June 16, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 44
What is the big mistake California is making in driverless vehicle testing? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser says the key is to promote ride sharing. Join the professor and co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 44 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast for more on that, Waymo, Tesla and more.
29:37
June 13, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 43
What is missing from the NTSB's preliminary report on the March Tesla crash? Princeton's Alain Kornhauser's speaks out along with co-host Fred Fishkin in Episode 43 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. Plus... Waymo to bring self driving vehicles to Europe? Self driving shuttles in Canada. And GM bringing Super Cruise to more vehicles.
23:42
June 08, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 42
Softbank makes a multibillion dollar investment in GM's self driving company and Google's Waymo orders more than 60 thousand additional Chrysler minivans for a self driving fleet. Where does Uber fit in? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser dives in along with co-host Fred Fishkin in Episode 42 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast.
30:33
June 04, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 41
Artificial Intelligence may be able to drive better than humans most of the time....but is that good enough? Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and Co-host Fred Fishkin for Episode 41 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. More on the latest from Uber, Tesla and Nuro. Listen and subscribe!
21:59
May 31, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 40
With the NTSB preliminary report out on the fatal crash in Arizona ...where does Uber go from here? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin tackle those issues plus more on Mobileye, Apple and the report on the dangers of push button car ignitions. Listen and subscribe!
32:02
May 25, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 39
How close is California to giving the green light to driverless testing on public roads? Deputy DMV Director Bernard Soriano joins Alain Kornhauser, Fred Fishkin and guest Michael Sena on Episode 39 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast. And we review some highlights of the just concluded 2nd annual Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit. Listen and subscribe!
33:11
May 18, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 38
The continuing Uber crash investigation, Waymo and Ohio rolls out the welcome mat for the testing of self driving cars. All that and more in Episode 38 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. This week Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin are joined by Bryant Walker Smith of the University of South Carolina and Stanford. Tune in and subscribe!
36:21
May 10, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 37
Self driving car companies should work together to share critical safety data or face possible collapse says Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser. He joins co-host Fred Fishkin in Episode 37 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast where you'll hear more about Tesla, Lyft, Uber and the upcoming Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit. Listen and subscribe!
34:15
May 03, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 36
Getting self driving car companies to share their data on safety. It's a move that could benefit all says Princeton University Professor Alain Kornhauser in the latest Smart Driving Cars Podcast. He joins co-host Fred Fishkin...to chat about the move by Voyage. Also...Tesla, Waymo and more.
36:37
April 26, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 35
Will self driving car service be free? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser thinks that just might be. He explains in Episode 35 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin. Also...the latest on Waymo, Tesla and the need for grass roots movements to bring about the evolution.
32:35
April 20, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 34
Should a brand new regulatory agency be formed to oversee self driving and driverless vehicles? Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser says yes in Episode 34 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with co-host Fred Fishkin. Also...Uber's CEO calls self driving vehicles are in the student driver phase....and Tesla feuds with the NTSB.
32:32
April 13, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 33
Waymo is making it real! In Episode 33 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, hosts Fred Fishkin and Princeton's Alain Kornhauser are joined by Michael Sena, publisher of The Dispatcher newsletter. Take a deep dive into Waymo's deals with Jaguar and talks with Honda.. Tesla, Volvo, Uber and Ambarella. And the Princeton Smart Driving Car Summit is coming up!
36:53
April 05, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 32
Waymo's big partnership with Jaguar, a deadly Tesla autopilot crash and the plans for congestion pricing for vehicles in parts of Manhattan. In Episode 32 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser takes on the tough questions with straight answers and no hype, along with tech journalist Fred Fishkin. Listen in...and subscribe!
26:42
April 02, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 31
Waymo's chief confident his self driving vehicles would have avoided same outcome as Uber's in deadly crash. How deep are Uber's troubles? In Episode 31 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and journalist Fred Fishkin are joined by Alex Roy, editor at large of The Drive.
26:44
March 25, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 30
Investigating the Uber self driving crash that killed pedestrian Elaine Herzberg: In Episode 30 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast, Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser goes in depth on why it could and should have been avoided. He chats with Fred Fishkin about the impact of the crash on other testing programs and how the technology should move forward.
29:48
March 24, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 29
A call for transparency, disclosure and learning following the death of a pedestrian in Arizona involving an automated Uber vehicle. That's the message from Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser in Episode 29 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast. Professor Kornhauser joins co-host Fred Fishkin to discuss the crash and the impact.
16:25
March 21, 2018
Smart - Driving - Cars - Episode 28
Waymo does it! Episode 28 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and tech journalist Fred Fishkin. Waymo begins truly driverless vehicle pick ups in Arizona. No attendant or monitor on board. And the latest on Lyft. Tune in and subscribe!
14:01
March 14, 2018
SmartDrivingCars Episode 28
Waymo does it! Episode 28 of the Smart Driving Cars podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser and tech journalist Fred Fishkin. Waymo begins truly driverless vehicle pick ups in Arizona. No attendant or monitor on board. And the latest on Lyft. Tune in and subscribe!
14:01
March 13, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 27
Episode 27 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and tech journalist Fred Fishkin. This week: More self driving trucks hit the road, the economics of ride hailing services under fire, will Uber partner with Waymo....and more! Tune in and subscribe!
28:16
March 08, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 26
The Smart Driving Cars Podcast Episode 26! Join Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and co-host Fred Fishkin as they take an in depth look at the new driverless vehicle testing regs unveiled this week in California with the state's Deputy Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles, Bernard Soriano. Also... the latest from Waymo, Ford and Amazon.
19:49
February 28, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 25
Hop in for episode 25 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with Princeton's Alain Kornhauser, co-host Fred Fishkin and guest Nir Erez, CEO and co-founder Moovit. How will Moovit's app play a role in the self driving future? Plus...California and Arizona move towards allowing self driving trials without attendants, Nissan's self driving taxis in Japan, and more from NVIDIA, Uber, Lyft, Tesla and Google.
28:01
February 23, 2018
Smart Driving Cars Episode 24
Episode 24 of the Smart Driving Cars Podcast with Princeton University's Alain Kornhauser and tech journalist Fred Fishkin. Today: Softbank making insurance move that could spur smart driving technology? A gas tax hike for infrastructure funding. Will Amazon surprise again with self driving technology of its own? Waymo's ride hailing app...and NVIDIA continues to soar.
21:48
February 16, 2018