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The Future of Connected Cars and Intelligent Transportation Systems: An interview with US DOT Advisor Bob Denaro

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Wednesday, February 13th 2013


This podcast is an interview with Mr. Bob Denaro. He is currently the chair of the U S Department of Transportation Intelligence Transportation Systems (ITS) Program Federal Advisory Committee; he is a member of the TRB ITS Committee, and some National Academy of Sciences, Mapping Sciences Committee. The interview focuses on connected cars, automated vehicles and what it means for location based services. He is a former Vice President Advanced Driver Assistance Systems at Nokia and an Air Force Academy graduate in Astronautics. 

Sources of information discussed in the interview:

U.S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office

Transportation Research Board Intelligence Transportation Committee

If you are interested in more information, Mr. Denaro can be reached via email at bobdenaro@aol.com.


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