4th Princeton SmartDrivingCars Summit

January 7 – April 15, 2021

Setting the Stage and Making It Happen

Online Sessions

Setting the Stage and Summit Preview
Safely-driven Cars are the answer to safety on our roadways and Driverless Cars are the answer to high-quality affordable mobility to the many
A Look into the Future
Expert Perspectives on Automated Driver Assistance and Affordable Mobility
The SmartDrivingCars We Can Buy Today
What Automated Driver Assistance Systems Can and Cannot Do
Why Customers are Buying Them
The Unique Selling Proposition for Cars with Automated Driver Assistance Systems
At the Tipping Point
How demographics, COVID-19 and the new U.S. administration will change the equation for safely-driven and driverless cars
Safe Enough in the Operational Design Domain
Where and when can we ride safely in a driverless vehicle
Finally Doing It
Making the Big Decision: It is worth the risk to deploy Driverless Mobility for ALL in an Operational Design Domain
Can Level 3 be Delivered?
What are the challenges for developing a workable solution for SAE Level 3?
Incentivizing Through Insurance
The Role of Insurance in Encouraging the Purchase of Safely-driven Cars and Enabling the Deployment of Driverless Cars
Incentivizing Through Regulation
The Role of Public Policy in Enabling the Manufacture of Safely-driven Cars and Encouraging the Deployment of Driverless Cars
Human-centered Design of Safe and Affordable Driverless Mobility
What makes safely-driven and driverless mobility better for ALL users?
Improving the Moving of Goods
Help for the drivers and help for the logistics companies
What Will Power Safely-driven Cars
The pros and cons from an economic and environmental perspective of different fuel sources for the future car fleet
Making It Happen: Part One
Elected Officials' Role in Creating a Welcoming Environment in the Trentons of this World
Making It Happen: Part Two
A proposal for providing affordable, high-quality, on-demand mobility for all in the Trentons of this world