Peggy and Michelle Anderson, director of operations, The National Road Safety Foundation, talk about the change that is happening today and leading to more distracted driving; not to mention how it is becoming an epidemic.
Peggy and Praveen Edara, professor of civil and environmental engineering, University of Missouri, discuss a recent research project that looks at naturalistic driving.
Peggy and Phil Renaud, executive director, The Risk Institute, talk about research related to the distracted-driving epidemic.
Scott Tibbitts, CEO and founder, Katasi, adds to the conversation about distracted driving, and offers a software solution.
With Distracted Driving Awareness Month underway, Lisa Robinson, senior program manager, National Safety Council, joins Peggy to talk about patterns in distracted driving.
Peggy begins the show by highlighting the changing relationship between humans and machines. She talks about the increase in autonomous and intelligent systems in the workplace.
Mike Kellenyi, founder, PADD (People Against Distracted Driving), talks to Peggy about distracted driving, labeling driver’s bad behaviors as a new epidemic.
Håkan Agnevall, president, Volvo Bus Corp., joins Peggy to discuss the future of transportation. He says the future of autonomous vehicles requires a step-by-step approach that will take time to achieve.
Peggy Smedley starts the show by presenting the preparations the U.S. DOT (U.S. Dept. of Transportation) is making to inform the nation on AV (autonomous vehicles).
Beth Mosher, director of public affairs, AAA, joins Peggy in the studio to talk about distracted driving in depth.