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Eyes off the Road: The Driving Force behind Autonomous Vehicles

Connected Engineer: Episode 3 

 

Dave Glass, LHP's CEO recently completed a podcast series with PTC through their Windchill blog. The Connected Engineer – PTC’s new podcast series aimed at the people who turn napkin sketches into reality. Host, Gavin Quinlan, cuts through the hype to talk truth with engineers, designers, and innovators about the product design challenges they are facing today and the trends of tomorrow. 

 

Glass's interview explores the future of autonomous driving and how LHP is making autonomous vehicle a reality through technology and innovation. See the Podcast below. 


 

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