This is the third in a 3-part series of blogs on trends in next-generation automotive safety and security. In part one, I wrote about the 15 Hackable Points in Next-Generation Vehicles. In part two, I examined What’s Next in Automotive … Read more
Craig has held various director roles for strategy, marketing, and product management at Intel in divisions ranging from SW developer products, healthcare devices, and networking. His passion is to inspire innovation for new products, segments, and business models. In his ~20 years at Intel, Craig has helped deliver dozens of new products to market, many winning industry awards (including Intels first direct to consumer retail product, the worlds first UPnP certified residential gateway, Intels first FDA approved product, and Intel® RealSense Technology).
When not at work, Craig enjoys fishing, waterskiing, travel, and perfecting a new BBQ or kitchen recipe. Craig holds a BSEE from Seattle University, and Certificate of Business Excellence from U.C. Berkeley.
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This is the second in a 3-part series of blogs on trends in next-generation automotive safety and security. In part one, I wrote about the 15 Hackable Points in Next-Generation Vehicles. To learn more, check out our eBook “The Car … Read more >
This is the first in a series of three blogs on trends in next-generation automotive safety and security. To learn more, check out our eBook “The Car of the Future.” It’s great to be back here on the IoT@Intel blog … Read more >
I’m excited about the opportunity we have before us to lay the groundwork for safer automated vehicles, as outlined recently in U.S. President Barack Obama’s piece for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “Self-driving, yes, but also safe.” I see a clear path … Read more >
As director of strategic planning and production management for Intel’s Transportation Solutions Division, one thing I am particularly excited about these days is the future of automated vehicles. Advances we’re making in connected car technologies have tremendous potential to change … Read more >
It’s time for the Monday morning commute. As you reach your car, its sensor array uniquely detects you, adjusts all settings to your preferences for driving to work, and identifies the best route to the office. Once inside, you select … Read more >