I'm an operations test engineer for Ford Motor Company's Future Tech group. I design test software and hardware solutions for connected and automated vehicle systems.
Previously, I was the lead software/hardware developer for Mcity, a test facility for connected and automated vehicles at the University of Michigan. My research has been focused on developing solutions for smart cities and vehicle test automation. From 2017-2019 I assisted with the Mcity Driverless shuttle project, the first automated shuttle project in the US for consumer research. I lead the design and development of Mcity OS, a hardware/software solution that runs at multiple test facilities (public/private), enabling the creation and orchestration of repeatable smart city infrastructure and vehicle tests.
Outside of the office, I'm usually tinkering with cars, gardening, building things, brewing beer, or playing disc golf.
- 2021/04 - Cloud-based platform from Mcity simplifies CAV test creation and excution. Link
- 2021/02 - New Mcity OS tools make it easy to create, execute, and repeat AV test scenarios at Mcity Test Facility or other test sites Link
- 2021/01 - First License for AV testing software developed by UM's Mcity goes to American Center for Mobility Link Link 2
- 2020/10 - COVID - 19 could have derailed Mcity's Summer Interns. It did not. Link
- 2020/04 - "Fake Cities" Help Automakers Refine Driverless Car Technology. Link
- 2019/07 - Testing the Future Link
- 2019/01 - Researchers are using IoT to learn how you react to Autonomous Vehicle Technology. Link