At the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year Dr. Cody Stolle joined the Nebraska Governance & Technology Center (NGTC), a coalition of faculty, students, and researchers across the University of Nebraska’s colleges of Business, Engineering, and Journalism and Mass Communications. Since then, he has revised a research project to further the group’s goal of understanding the impact of technology on legislation and governance and vice versa. This semester Dr. Stolle received funding through the NGTC program for his proposal “Legal Challenges Impeding State DOT Investment in Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies.”
With contributions from Ricardo Jacome and the faculty and staff of the Midwest Roadside Safety Facility, a non-profit academic research institution at Nebraska and part of NTC, Stolle will investigate and prioritize legislative needs, statutes, clarifications, rights, and responsibilities of agencies which perform tasks related to connected and automated vehicle guidance.
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