• Industry Podcasts

    Episode Title

    Summary

    Host Podcast

    Date

    Subject

    Technician Shortage Solution - College Apprenticeship Program

    Think of the possibilities of hiring a young apprentice that is currently going to an automotive technical college. You get a chance to groom and mentor the young student and indoctrinate them into the world of the independent service provider. This is one of the most powerful solutions to the technician shortage.

    Remarkable Results Radio


    November 8, 2019

    education

    Automotive Students Speak Outon Their Future

    An interview with three automotive technology students who share their outlook on their schooling and so much more. I’m with Travis Mawhir, Ryan Kostek, and Jarrett Laska three automotive post-secondary students from the State University of NY at ERIE.

    Remarkable Results Radio


    September 27, 2019

    education

    Joyfulness in Mobility

    Annie Chang, Head of New Mobility at SAE International, joined Greg Rogers at SAE’s Innovation in Mobility conference to discuss SAE’s upcoming J3163 document, which will help to define each type of device on the road today.

    Mobility Podcast


    October 30, 2019

    mobility

    Mile Wide, Mile Deep - Innovations in Mobility Preview

    In recent years, the mobility space has been flooded with conferences chock-full of buzzwords and “thought leaders” – but SAE has launched a new conference, Innovations in Mobility, that they say will do something different. By bringing together the technical experts who are actually working on promising transportation technologies with the visionaries who are advancing them in business and policy, SAE hopes to build out a conference that is a mile wide, and a mile deep.

    Mobility Podcast


    October 30, 2019

    mobility

    The Safety Episode: New EU Regulations; Driving Tests for AVs; the Paradox of Safety

    Today has accidentally turned out to be "The Safety Episode" in which I discuss new EU regulations for automobile safety that go into effect in mid-2022; a proposed set of tests and standards for AVs; and the fascinating "safety paradox."

    Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag


    November 13, 2019

    security

    Missy Cummings on AV Testing and Levels of Autonomy

    Missy Cummings, a professor of engineering at Duke University, discusses her time as a fighter pilot, the role of safety drivers in AV testing and her thoughts on the levels of autonomous driving.

    Shift: A Podcast about Mobility


    November 11, 2019

    autonomous, security

    AV Sensors with WaveSense CEO Tarik Bolat

    WaveSense CEO Tarik Bolat talks about sensors needed for widespread autonomous vehicle adoption and the work his company is doing with ground-penetrating radar.

    Shift: A Podcast about Mobility


    October 14, 2019

    autonomous

    Motor City Mobility with Mark de la Vergne

    Mark de la Vergne, chief mobility officer for the City of Detroit, discusses a recent grant the city received from the US Department of Transportation and city’s new mobility efforts, including scooters and e-bikes.

    Shift: A Podcast about Mobility


    September 30, 2019

    mobility

    Ford's Marcy Klevorn on Transformation and Transportation

    In her last interview before retirement, Ford chief transformation officer Marcy Klevorn discusses her career at Ford, along with the company’s past, present and future mobility efforts.

    Shift: A Podcast about Mobility


    September 16, 2019

    mobility

    AVs, PAVE, and Public Safety - Kelly Nantel, NSC

    At AVS 2019, Greg Rogers and Pete Gould caught up with Kelly Nantel from National Safety Council (NSC) about the latest activities of the Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) and other traffic safety issues. Kelly explains the genesis of PAVE, its four main areas of activities, and how public education can help accelerate the adoption of lifesaving transportation technologies.

    Mobility Podcast


    September 5, 2019

    autonomous, safety

    Training AVs with Local Customs; Optimus Ride Rolls Out; AV Renaissance in Detroit and Pittsburgh?

    When in Rome… so how do you train AVs to blend in with the driving customs around the world? Optimus Ride rolls out in Boston and seems to be playing the right strategy. And, it looks like the AV revolution may indeed bring about a much-needed renaissance in Detroit and Pittsburgh.

    Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag


    September 3, 2019

    autonomous

    AV Safety Expert Robbie Miller on Self-Driving "Science Fiction"

    In this episode, Leslie and Pete talk to Robbie Miller, Chief Safety Officer at Pronto. He discusses being a whistleblower at Uber, why miles driven is a bad metric for testing autonomous vehicles and what he’s up to now.

    Shift: A Podcast about Mobility


    August 19, 2019

    autonomous, mobility

    Building Quality Trainers of Tomorrow

    In this episode, Scott Shotten talks about necessity and priority of building classes for future trainers. Learn the important prerequisites of becoming a trainer, and the value of preparation, research, classes, case studies and more to become a successful automotive aftermarket trainer.

    Remarkable Results Radio


    August 6, 2019

    education

    Plug In to Michigan's Mobility

    Planet M is Michigan’s mobility initiative representing the collective mobility efforts across the state. In this episode, we hear from the Managing Director, Seun Phillips. Tune in to hear about Planet M and their current initiatives on how they are staying competitive in this mobility revolution.

    Wisco Weekly


    August 1, 2019

    mobility

    CAR's Carla Bailo on Mobility, Union Negotiations and What's Next for MBS

    In this episode, Pete and Leslie sit down with Carla Bailo, president and CEO of Center for Automotive Research, who previews this year ’s Management Briefing Seminars. She also talks about smart cities, industry trends and what’s next for MBS.

    Shift: A Podcast About Mobility


    August 5, 2019

    autonomous, industry

    Finch Fulton, US Department of Transportation

    The U.S. Department of Transportation is playing an active role in facilitating the safe and expeditious deployment of automated vehicle technologies across all modes of transportation. Greg Rogers and Pete Gould sat down with Finch Fulton, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Transportation Policy at USDOT, for an in-depth discussion of the Administration's approach to AV policy.

    Mobility Podcast


    July 18, 2019

    autonomous

    Silver Buckshot: A Micro-Credentials Approach to Training and Education

    What if a student would like to earn credit in bite-sized pieces? What if employers valued shorter-time, competency-based credentials? Micro-credentials might be an answer.

    Preparing Technicians for the Future of Work


    June 2019

    education

    Amy Ford, Director, Mobility on Demand Alliance

    Greg and Pete sat down with Amy Ford, Director of the Mobility On Demand Alliance (MOD Alliance) for ITS America, to discuss how the initiative will work across the public and private sectors to facilitate the integration of seamless mobility applications.

    Mobility Podcast


    June 7, 2019

    mobility

    Moving People, Data & Freight: Safer, Greener, Smarter

    Pete and SAFE Greg sat down with John Barton, Senior Vice President and DOT Market Sector Leader for HNTB, and Ron Thaniel, VP of Legislative Affairs for ITS America to discuss the upcoming FAST Act Reauthorization in 2020.

    Mobility Podcast


    June 6, 2019

    mobility, legal

    DARPA Champion and Magna CTO on Self-Driving Vehicles

    On this episode, Pete and new Shift editor Leslie Allen talk to famed roboticist Red Whittaker on his past as a DARPA Urban Challenge champion and his views on the state of autonomous vehicles. They also talk to Magna CTO Swamy Kotagiri about the company’s AV developments and his predictions for AV tech.

    Shift: A Podcast About Mobility


    June 10, 2019

    autonomous

    Young Careers In The Making – Automotive College Student Panel at CarFest 2019

    Students talk about motivation to enter automotive industry schooling- enjoy working with hands and taking things apart, career options- not just technician, 50% of first-year students leaving the program, new technology.

    Remarkable Results Radio


    May 28, 2019

    education

    The Lean People Mover

    There is a small minority of individuals out there who are simply looking at existing technologies, existing business models and asking the question, “well, what if we remove some of the waste? Can we still have a viable product? Do we still have product market fit?” Trackless people movers fueled by gas, propane, diesel, biodiesel, or battery.

    Wisco Weekly


    May 22, 2019

    autonomous, mobility

    Advancing Connected and Autonomous Technology

    In this episode, Pete talks to Aurora Innovation co-founder Sterling Anderson about the company’s big lidar-related acquisition. Pete also discusses the precarious state of life-saving connected-car tech with Greg Winfree, executive director of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.

    Shift: A Podcast About Mobility


    May 27, 2019

    autonomous, mobility

    The Need for Simulation Testing

    Michael DeKort, Owner & CTO, Dactyl, brings an entire career of aerospace/DOD research and experience to building an aerospace/DOD-caliber simulation for autonomous vehicles; his views on why simulation is absolutely essential for AVs.

    Autonomous Cars with Marc Hoag


    May 10, 2019

    autonomous, security

    ADAS | Support Vendors that Support Training | Fundamental Training

    Our episode reiterates the importance of training, we get into ADAS Calibration, adapting to tech changes, and the amount of good training available among others. Trainings and Big Events are available for technicians whether it is in the classroom or online. Our guests elaborate and advise on the challenges and the steps to advancement.

    Remarkable Results Radio


    May 3, 2019

    education