Tara Andringa joins our new blog post series on transportation policy. Tara directs national public engagement and education around automated vehicle technology by working closely with industry, government, and community stakeholders.
Applied Intuition provided comments in response to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s request for comment on a proposal to update the automatic emergency braking systems for light vehicles.
Earlier this month, Applied Intuition provided comments in response to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy request for information on “National Priorities for Artificial Intelligence,” where we discussed both the national security and transportation applications of AI.
Ariel Wolf joins as the first guest in our blog post series on transportation policy. Ariel is a recognized thought leader who works closely with different players in the AV industry to navigate the emerging law and policy landscape being transformed by AV and mobility technology.
Applied and leaders from 12 prominent venture capital and defense technology firms published an open letter to the Secretary of Defense with recommendations to reform acquisition and overcome barriers to innovation adoption.
Without logistics, even the most brilliant plans aren’t worth the paper upon which they are written. Autonomy-enabled logistics can open up many opportunities for commanders operating in unstable environments that challenge long-held assumptions.
Applied Intuition hosted a delegation from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering to discuss commercial best practices for autonomy development and how those best practices could be applied to Department of Defense autonomy programs.
Learn why autonomy programs under development by the Department of Defense (DOD) and its international partners must prioritize enterprise data management tools to accelerate program timelines and deliver effective autonomous systems.
Applied Intuition hosted Rep. Rob Wittman to discuss the state of defense and commercial autonomy, how start-ups and non-traditional tech companies drive defense innovation, and to see autonomous systems in action.
Part 2 of our series on testing and evaluation (T&E) for autonomous military vehicles outlines the Department of Defense’s approach to military vehicle T&E, additional considerations for autonomous military vehicles, and how virtual modeling and simulation tools can more effectively prove out the performance of autonomy stacks for defense applications.
Evaluating the performance of commercial autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicle systems is a difficult task. Test and evaluation (T&E) of the safety and performance of autonomous military vehicles brings additional challenges, requiring more than just real-world testing.