Playlist by No Parking PodcastNo Parking is a podcast about self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence, and how technology will actually change our daily lives. Tune in to two friends — outlaw rally racer Alex Roy and robotici…
How Do Hockey Teams Use Technology and Predictive Analytics?
Hockey and self-driving technology intersect when Pittsburgh Penguins data analysts Kat Wu and Nick Citrone sit down with Argo AI's VP of Autonomy, Peter Carr, along with host Alex Roy. Learn how technology and predictive analytics help NHL teams gain a competitive advantage.
2021 Year in Review With Sam Abuelsamid
Alex Roy sits down with returning guest, Sam Abuelsamid, former auto engineer and current Principal Analyst of E-Mobility Research with Guidehouse Insights. The duo discusses the hottest topics in mobility, AI, and the autonomous vehicle space in this year-in-review episode.
Are AV’s the Key to Reducing Gridlock? A Conversation With 'Gridlock Sam' Schwartz
“Gridlock Sam” joins Alex Roy in this episode of No Parking to talk about cities (mostly the Big Apple), what a degree in Traffic Engineering (yes, that’s a thing) can teach you, and how the father of the term “gridlock” changed transportation.
What Elevators, Skyscrapers and Labor Can Tell Us About Self-Driving Cars, With Henry Greenidge
Attorney and policy advisor, Henry Greenidge, joins Alex Roy to discuss lessons learned from the history of automatic elevators and his belief in the future of autonomous vehicles to help address social inequalities.
Bridging Tech, Mobility, and Social Divides in Miami, With Tina Brown
The Overtown Youth Center in Miami is a comprehensive development organization providing services to at-risk youth from kindergarten through age 25 and their families. CEO Tina Brown sits down with Alex Roy to discuss mobility equity — and lack thereof — and what it means for the communities she se…
Why College Students Understand Self-Driving Better Than Most, with Professor Patrick McGinty
Do you have Google Alerts set to your name? Alex Roy does, and when he received a notification mentioning his name in an article by Patrick McGinty about AVs in The Baffler, he did what anyone would do— he cold-called the author, who happens to teach at Slippery Rock University. McGinty sits down w…
Who Will Win the Self-Driving Car Race? Talking With Professor Andreas Bernard
Author Andreas Bernard joins Alex Roy to discuss his seminal work Lifted: A Cultural History of the Elevator and how the history of the elevator can serve as an analogy for the modern-day autonomous vehicle industry.
How Do You Shop In Miami If You Can’t See? A Conversation with Disability Advocate David New
After losing his eyesight 20 years ago, artist and activist David New of Miami, Florida had to adjust to a whole new way of life. New joins Alex Roy in a conversation about getting from point A to point B with a disability.