The Road To Autonomy

To understand the world of tomorrow, you first have to imagine a world where a child born today will never drive.

In this original Brulte & Company Series, Grayson Brulte is documenting the road to fully autonomous vehicles.

Public Acceptance of Autonomous Vehicles

In this episode of The Road To Autonomy, Grayson Brulte discusses how the autonomous vehicle industry is coming together to build trust and public acceptance of autonomous vehicles at Self-Racing Cars 2018.

From Autonomous Vehicle Demo Days to outreach and education, the industry is working together to ensure that we can usher in the future of autonomy for the benefit of society.

Tune in to learn how the autonomous vehicle industry is coming together to build trust and public acceptance of autonomous vehicles.

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Blockchain: How Distributed Ledgers will Personalize Autonomous Vehicles

In this episode of The Road To Autonomy, Grayson Brulte discusses the how distributed ledgers will personalize autonomous vehicles with Michael Morgan, Partner & Co-Leader, Global Privacy and Cybersecurity at McDermott Will & Emery.

Tune in to learn about blockchain and how distributed ledgers will personalize autonomous vehicle experiences for passengers.

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DeepMap – HD Mapping for Autonomous Vehicles

In this episode of The Road To Autonomy, Grayson Brulte discusses the critical role that HD mapping will play in the future of autonomous driving with DeepMap executives.

In the future, high-definition maps will help autonomous vehicles will see the world the same way a human driver currently sees the world today.

HD mapping is one of the critical elements to enabling full autonomy with no safety driver sitting in the driver’s seat. Tune in to learn about the futuristic benefits of HD maps and how autonomous vehicles equipped with HD mapping will make the roads of the world safer.

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Autonomous Delivery of Health Care

In this episode of The Road To Autonomy, Grayson Brulte discusses the future of autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence and AVs overall positive impact on health care with Dr. Peter Weiss.

In the future, autonomous vehicles won’t just prevent deaths from human error. An autonomous vehicle will reroute you to a hospital if a driver has a heart attack or a stroke, greatly increasing the chances of saving your life and others on the road.

Statistically, the inside of a vehicle is one of the most dangerous places for a human to be. Thanks to AI and its ability to sense a driver’s vital signs, it may become one of the safest.

In 2015, more than 38,000 people died in motor vehicle accidents per the National Safety Council. Of these accidents, 26 percent led to deaths that were caused by distracted driving.

Every day in the United States 4,110 heart attacks and strokes occur, or roughly 1.5 million every year. Drivers in the United States on average make 1.1 billion trips per day. This means that for roughly every 733 trips taken, one driver could experience a heart attack or stroke while behind the wheel.

This presents a real risk for everyone who gets into a car. If a driver does have a heart attack or a stroke, the chances of them losing consciousness and endangering themselves, passengers, other drivers or pedestrians is very likely.

These risks will greatly be reduced, if not eliminated, through the introduction and widespread adoption of SAE Level 5 autonomous vehicles. Tune in to learn about the futuristic health benefits of autonomous vehicles and how they will make the roads of the world safer.

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SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition 2017

In this episode of The Road to Autonomy, Grayson Brulte visits the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition in Hawthorne, CA to discuss the future of Hyperloop transportation.

Hyperloop could transform how we design ports and distribution centers in the future as the Hyperloop has the potential to reduce congestion at major ports around the world. To reduce congestion, Hyperloops could be setup similar to the way rail cars once moved goods from ports around the world to distribution centers.

With a Hyperloop, the speed in which goods can travel will greatly improve enhancing overall efficiencies and lowering the costs of goods for consumers.

At some point in the future, Hyperloops will also transfer individuals from dedicated points such as Dubai to Abu Dhabi. Tune in to learn why the Hyperloop could transform how goods are shipped and gather a glimpse into the future.

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