November 17-18, 2020

1:30 – 4:30 p.m. ET


Autonomous vehicles are becoming a reality, and as more “connected” cars take to the road, the implications for policy – from transportation to public safety – are numerous. Join the School of Public Affairs at American University on November 17-18 for two half-days of panel discussions on what the emergence of AVs means for the policy and regulatory landscape of the United States. Panels include: 


November 17, 1:30 PM ET

Moving America with Autonomous Freight Vehicles: A Discussion with Robert Brown (TuSimple), Çetin Meriçli  (Locomation), Monika Darwish (Embark), and Daniel Goff (Kodiak)


November 17, 3:30 PM ET

How Are Cities and States Preparing for AVs? Featuring DC, MD, and VA representatives


November 18, 1:30 PM ET

Last Mile Delivery: The Emergence of Delivery Bots during COVID-19 featuring Nuro, Kiwibot, and Starship


November 18, 3:30 PM ET

Fireside Chat with Michelle Peacock, Head of Global Policy, Waymo, and Selika Talbott, Professorial Lecturer, SPA