Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Technology: Business and Regulatory Issues
The potential benefits of driverless cars are widely understood, but the path to getting from the current state of human driving to a world of interconnected and self-driven vehicles entails an overwhelming confluence of technological, legal, regulatory, political, and business issues. This course will focus on connected and autonomous vehicle technology and explore the coordination of intellectual property rights, business assets, and standardization by industry and governmental stakeholders.
- Interdisciplinary Units: Economics, Engineering, Ford, Information, Law, Ross
- Instructors: Daniel Crane (Law), May Liang (Business-Industry)
- Credits: 3.0
- Meeting Time: Wednesdays 3:15-4:15pm (Lab); 4:30-6:30pm (Seminar)
- Location: 1070 South Hall, Law School
How to Register: Problem Solving Initiative classes are “prof pick.” If you are interested in enrolling in a PSI class, submit a resume and statement of interest (≤ 250 words) by March 25 here.
- Contact Alicia Davis, JD/MBA
- Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives
- U-M Problem Solving Initiative
- Email: email@example.com