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A Roadmap for the Future


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Safety Assessment Methodology
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Roadway Infrastructure as a Service
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Situational Awareness Capability
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Individualized Active Traffic Management

IAM is pioneering what is becoming the national playbook for a safe and scalable transition to automated vehicles. The consortium brings together experts from the private industry, government and academia. With a strategic, forward-thinking roadmap, IAM provides the technical guidance and coordination to deploy automation to significantly increase safety and efficiency.

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Arizona:
A Statewide, Real World Laboratory

Arizona is globally recognized as a hub for innovation and emerging technology. IAM members collaborate to drive the research and development of automated mobility in Arizona and beyond.

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Latest News

Member News, Luminar
02/26/2021

Making Safe Autonomy Possible with Luminar

On SAE Tomorrow Today, we spoke with Aaron Jefferson, Vice President of Product at Luminar to discuss how lidar can spot, register and access objects in the road and react in ample time -- even through darkness or inclement weather.

Industry news, Automated Mobility
02/23/2021

Want to Improve Urban Mobility? Improve Coordination First

A new report by the Transportation Research Board points toward more seamless and coordinated connections among all forms of shared mobility, such as buses, bikes, trains, scooters and more.

 


Featured Event

2021 Global Symposium on Connected & Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure

April 12-13, 2021

The CCAT Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure is an annual event featuring leaders in the transportation and mobility sector from across the globe. IAM member Exponent is part of a panel on Safety Metrics for automated vehicles.

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