GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “The World of AV Standards,” features Andrew Smart, an independent mobility consultant focused upon connected and automated vehicles with an extensive client base. He most recently was the CTO for the American Center for Mobility, and before that he was CTO for SAE International.
In the 15-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Smart discusses these questions:
What is the role of standards in AV design, development and deployment and how is it different from past activities?
How would you describe the current global standards landscape with regards to automated vehicles and who are the key players?
Why is the standards landscape so diverse?
When will these various standards be published and then what happens?
What is the link between standards and regulation?
Smart provides leadership and direction to technology and startup companies looking to enter or expand in the mobility sector. His current activities are in the areas of CAV development & testing, test sites and standards development. During his 35 years’ experience in the mobility space, he has held several executive technical and business leadership roles and most recently was the CTO for the American Center for Mobility, where he was responsible for the overall design and delivery of a unique AV testing site. Previously, he was CTO for SAE International, where he was responsible for all technical programs including voluntary standards development including AV’s and cyber security. Earlier, he held executive leadership positions with global technical consultancies and a Europe-based OEM.
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