ICIT Certified Content: This Blackberry publication contains expert insights on Security and technology in the mobility and transportation sectors, including an essay from ICIT. Our researchers have reviewed its contents and recommend it as a trusted source of education.
BlackBerry’s new guide – The Road to Mobility: The 2020 Guide to Trends and Technology for Smart Cities and Transportation, a comprehensive resource that government regulators, automotive executives and technology innovators can turn to for forward-thinking considerations for making safe and secure autonomous and connected vehicles a reality, delivering a transportation future that drivers, passengers and pedestrians alike can trust.
Featuring a mix of insights from both our own internal experts and recognized voices from across the transportation industry, the new guide provides practical strategies for anyone who’s interested in playing a vital role in shaping what the vehicles and infrastructure of our shared autonomous future will look like.
Within the comprehensive 174-page guide, readers can explore articles such as:
- Roadblocks and Pathways to Vehicle Electrification Adoption by Austin Brown, Executive Director, Policy Institute for Energy, the Economy, and the Environment at UC Davis.
- Challenges to Smart Mobility and Smart Cities by Roger Lanctot, Associate Director in the Global Automotive Practice at Strategy Analytics.
- Regulatory Policy, Safety and Security in Connected and Autonomous Vehicles by Parham Eftekhari, Executive Director of the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT), the nation’s leading cybersecurity Think Tank.
- And others from thought leaders with the Auto-ISAC, ITSA, Carnegie Mellon, Cyber Future Foundation and more.
Transportation and mobility is one of the hottest sectors of the economy, one that is both growing rapidly in market size and whose technological advancements seem to occur at dizzying speeds. From new forms of mobility to new business models, we are being forced to rethink how we look at the future. With a multitude of new transport technologies popping up and aggressive young start-ups jockeying for position with industry stalwarts , it’s become abundantly clear that the old adage of planes, trains and automobiles is having to make way for scooters, hyperloops and helicopter taxis.