AutoVision News supports engineers, scientists, and vehicle perception technology managers through a comprehensive content hub of news, analysis, reports, industry updates, white papers, and more. We see a need for collaboration and information sharing as ADAS technologies expand and evolve.
We want our platform to play a key role in facilitating dialogue and relationships with industry commentators, automotive professionals, technical experts, the academic world, and the engineering community as a whole.
By meeting the information needs of these and others, AutoVision News helps readers stay in touch with the global developments across all technical disciplines of vehicle perception.
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Carl Anthony is Co-Founder & Managing Editor of AutoVision News and a member of the Midwest Automotive Media Association and the Society of Automotive Historians. He serves on the board of directors for the Ally Jolie Baldwin Foundation, is a past president of Detroit Working Writers, and a loyal Detroit Lions fan.
Chris Burdick is the Co-Founder & Managing Director of AutoVision News and its parent company, Gearhead Media. While you might not see articles written by Chris on the website, he's working behind the scenes to make sure you have a seamless experience.
Rob is a well-known figure and influencer in the ADAS and autonomous vehicle space. He is the founder of the AutoSens community of engineers and scientists working to advance vehicle perception technologies to improve road safety the world over. Rob was the founding Chair of the IEEE Standards Association P2020 working group developing standards for automotive camera systems, he is an active member of the ITU FG-AI4AD focus group on autonomous vehicle driving behaviour and sits on the advisory board of Microtech Ventures, an M&A advisory service in the sensor and MEMS technology area. Rob brings over a decade of strategic business planning in the B2B sector to support and advise the AVN team.
Phil Magney is an entrepreneur and automotive electronics expert with over 25 years of experience in active safety systems, automated vehicle technologies, and telematics. He is the Founder and President of VSI Labs, a leading researcher and advisor on CAV technologies. Magney is the co-chair of Minnesota’s Council on Connected and Automated Vehicles, and an active member of SAE International and contributor to ITS International.
Emily Pruitt is fascinated by the current changes in the automotive industry, from electric cars and infrastructure, to fully autonomous vehicles. In her free time, she can be found writing poetry and stories on any paper within reach or unraveling the newest mystery novel. Her background and education is in English and Digital Marketing.
Divya Agarwal is an engineer and researcher working in the autonomous vehicle and robotics industry. She has secured eight patents in autonomous driving and seen firsthand the progress being made towards making self-driving cars a reality at Nio, Aptiv, and Delphi. Agarwal's most recent work at Nio was published at IEEE ICRA 2020. She is currently working as a roboticist at Facebook.
Dr. Andrew Baker-Campbell is the head of the Sensors and Devices group at TTP. He has developed technology for many household names including Philips, Bayer, and Becton Dickinson, as well as contributing to the success of ambitious start-ups. Andrew is the author of several patents describing sensors and microdevices. In 2016 Dr. Baker-Campbell founded the Sensors and Devices group, building a specialist team of scientists and engineers to help clients develop groundbreaking sensors and sensor systems. Dr. Baker-Campbell has experience in technology innovation, IP generation, technology development, IP licensing, and business development. Dr. Baker-Campbell holds a Ph.D. in Optoelectronics from the University of Cambridge.
Claire Charlton loves writing about how technology can make life easier, smarter, and more efficient. A freelance writer for 15 years, Claire enjoys the art of interviewing and sharing interesting backstories through her work. When she’s not writing or podcasting, Claire likes running, cycling, practicing yoga, reading, and photographing nature . . . and she’s currently shopping for an e-bike.