Level 4- The AutoDrive Challenge Podcast

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

10 episodes of Level 4- The AutoDrive Challenge Podcast since the first episode, which aired on January 28th, 2019.

  • Episode 11: What to Expect in the 2021 Season and Why to Register

    November 3rd, 2020  |  Season 2  |  30 mins 55 secs

    We talk about the changes for the 2021 season including what to expect from Knowledge and Validation events and how you can make the most out of connecting with sponsors and volunteers!

  • Episode 9: Intel V-Tune Profiler

    April 23rd, 2020  |  Season 2  |  12 mins 27 secs
    autodrive, coding, intel v-tune profiler, simulation

    We talk with Jeffrey Reinemann, Technical Consulting Engineer for Intel System Studio about V-Tune Profiler, it's advantages in the Autodrive space.

  • Mathworks MatLAB and Simulink

    February 7th, 2020  |  Season 2  |  23 mins 40 secs
    autodrive challenge, mathworks, matlab, sae international, simulink

    We talk with Lauren Tabolinsky, Sam Reinsel and Mark Corless join us from Mathworks to talk about MATLAB and Simulink and how those products are used in the automotive industry and in the Autodrive Challenge itself.

  • Site Host Spotlight: Transportation Research Center Inc.

    January 7th, 2020  |  Season 2  |  18 mins 53 secs

    We chat with Chris Heise and Andrew Mathers from Transportation Research Center Inc. who will be hosting Year 3 of Autodrive Challenge. We chat about the facility's history, the new SMART Center, career oppurtunities, and what people can expect when they arrive for this year's competition.

  • Why Should I Work For General Motors?

    December 16th, 2019  |  Season 2  |  22 mins 17 secs
    application, artificial intelligence, autodrive, computer engineers, detroit, engineering jobs, general motors, jobs, michigan, recruitment

    We chat with Nancy Martinelli from General Motors about what it's like to work for the company and how you can apply!

  • Introducing the SAE AeroConnect Challenge

    November 27th, 2019  |  Season 2  |  19 mins 20 secs

    Amanda Paciorkowski joins us to talk about the new SAE AeroConnect Challenge including its mission to create new connected aircraft solutions to help fight forest fires.

  • Scoring for 2019

    May 14th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  24 mins 42 secs

    We talk with Mike Zieman and Spencer Fowler about the updates and changes to the scoring system for Year 2 of the Autodrive Challenge.

  • Autodrive Challenge Alumni

    March 25th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  24 mins 24 secs
    automated vehicles, general motors, level 4

    Today we talk with three current General Motors employees who participate in the Autodrive Challenge in the first year. We learn about how the competition helped prepare them for their career, how they found themselves at their jobs, and what the day to day of their positions entail.

  • Meet the GM Mentors

    February 26th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  24 mins 24 secs
    automated vehicles, general motors, level 4

    This week we talk with the team mentors from General Motors including Akram Abdel-Rahman, Bill Materna, and “Mentor of Mentors” Matthew Boyle as we discuss their involvement with the teams, what they learned from the first year of competition, and a little about their careers and the projects they are involved in.

  • SAE International and General Motors Partnership for SAE AutoDrive Challenge

    January 28th, 2019  |  Season 1  |  22 mins 20 secs
    automated vehicles, general motors, level 4

    Chris Ciuca, Director of Pre-Professional Education at SAE International and Mark Johnson a Steering Committee Member for Autodrive Challenge from General Motors discuss where did the idea for a collaborative autonomous collegiate competition start, how the partnership between General Motors and SAE International formed for this new technology competition, how are the goals of the competition are relative to the changing mobility industry, how has the end goal of competition at Level 4 been seen in the first Year and moving into Year 2 and how AutoDrive Challenge™ has engaged students in different and new fields?