SAE International explores critical topics in advanced manufacturing with industry leading experts and scholars.
2. How Additive Manufacturing is Driving the Factory of the Future–Nov. 28, 2018
Adam Ricard, Additive Manufacturing Director at LAI International, Inc. and member of the SAE International Committee on Additive Manufacturing, shares the positive impact of adopting additive manufacturing at LAI International, the world’s first NADCAP-accredited additive manufacturing supplier.
1. Transforming Mobility Development with Additive Manufacturing–Nov. 28, 2018
Dr. John Hart, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Center for Additive and Digital Advanced Production Technologies (ADAPT) at MIT explores the advantages of adopting additive manufacturing into production environments and workflows.
SAE International explores critical topics in transportation cybersecurity with industry, government, and legal experts.
5. Let's Look at It Again: Cybersecurity and Commercial Aviation–Aug. 23, 2018
In a very interconnected world, cyber vulnerability is real. Kirsten Koepsel, lawyer and engineer specializing in cyber security, talks with SAE International about how this new environment affects the planes and airports we use every day.
4. A White-List Wake-Up Call for OEMs and Suppliers–Nov. 17, 2017
Assaf Harel is the CTO & Co-Founder of Karamba Security, which is dedicated to hardening the connected Electronic Control Units (ECUs) within automobiles to protect them from cyberattacks and ensure the car’s safe, ongoing operations.
3. Understanding the Cybersecurity Regulatory Environment–Nov. 17, 2017
Cybersecurity attorney Michael G. Morgan discusses how governmental organizations from all over the world are working to regulate connected vehicles for maximum cybersecurity, and the challenges to both regulators and industry.
2. Driving Organizational Awareness Internally and Externally–Nov. 17, 2017
Using first-hand experience, cybersecurity expert and former CTO of the Defense Intelligence Agency Bob Gourley explains how organizations can help equip employees with the knowledge and resources they need to keep our future vehicles secure.
1. What 5G Means for Transportation Cybersecurity–Nov. 17, 2017
Jim Misener, Qualcomm’s Senior Director of Technical Standards, discusses the intersection of transportation and telecom in developing the Next Generation Mobile Networks on which tomorrow’s connected vehicles will be increasingly dependent. How will vehicle OEMs, telecommunications companies, and government balance privacy and security as the number of autonomous and otherwise connected vehicles scale up to 300 million?