At the 78th National Convention of the Blinded Veterans Association (BVA), service dogs – along with the veterans they help navigate the world – enjoyed the convention’s first-ever Bow Wow Lounge.
September 22, 2023
Approximately 77,000 people in Arizona have epilepsy, one of the most common neurological conditions in the world, according to the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona.
For children like Travis who may or may not be able to get their license one day, Anderson said autonomous driving technology could give them another safe mobility option.
April 19, 2022
Partnered with Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona
At Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving, we’re committed to fostering conversation around what the future could look like with autonomous driving technology.
March 16, 2022
Ethan Roberts, a Phoenix college student who is legally blind, has embraced Waymo One, making his life and all its destinations – like going to classes and hanging out with friends at the mall – a lot more accessible.
March 3, 2022
Partnered with Foundation for Blind Children
Engineers Point to Opportunities for Including People with Disabilities in Autonomous Driving Research and Development
Dr. Rory Cooper remembers when the idea of autonomous vehicles first crossed his radar. It was 1994. Engineers were exploring how innovations like intelligent highways and lane-following technology could make roadways and vehicles safer. Cooper, an engineer, had just founded the Human Engineering Research Laboratories (HERL) at the University of Pittsburgh to research ways to increase mobility for people with disabilities.
October 22, 2021
Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving is pleased to welcome United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) as a national partner in our public education campaign.
October 7, 2021
Partnered with United Cerebral Palsy
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