Richard Bishop has over 25 years of experience in the domain of intelligent, connected, and automated vehicles and how these interact with our transportation system and society, including automated cars, trucks, and robotaxis. He provides strategic consulting to automotive manufacturers, suppliers, and tech firms, as well as advising federal and state government agencies, the National Academy of Sciences, and government agencies overseas. Mr. Bishop serves as 2nd Vice Chair of the American Trucking Association’s Automated Driving Study Group. He chairs the International Task Force on Vehicle Highway Automation, which will have its 22nd Annual Meeting this year. Prior to establishing Bishop Consulting in 1997, Mr. Bishop was Program Manager for Vehicle-Highway Automation at the USDOT Federal Highway Administration. He holds technical degrees from Auburn University and Johns Hopkins University, plus an M.A. Transformational Leadership and Social Change from Tai-Sophia Institute.
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