Please join the Petersen Automotive Museum as we explore the future of the automotive industry through a series of discussions, led by speakers on the forefront of this evolution.
Our first PETE Talk of 2019 will feature David DeRosa, a car enthusiast and expert in transportation and infrastructure planning, as he discusses the future of automotive technology. The discussion will cover the trends of automated vehicles, connected vehicles, electric vehicles, and the future of road-pricing.
The event is free but requires paid admission to the museum.
DAVID DEROSA - AECOM
David DeRosa is a mobility planning manager with over ten years of experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. His recent experience has focused on delivery of transportation projects including connected and automated vehicle planning and implementation, hyperloop, high-speed rail, light-rail and streetcars. His previous experience includes planning and development with the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians in Palm Springs, urban planning with the non-profit Global Green USA in Santa Monica and environmental planning with Terry A. Hayes Associates Inc. in Culver City. DeRosa received his MA in Urban Planning from UCLA and his BA in Geography – Regional Analysis and Development from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.