Principal Analyst, Autonomous Vehicles
As a Principal Analyst, Glenn Sanders synthesizes information about automotive technologies, markets, and key players, including OEMs, suppliers, service providers, and platform providers. He brings more than 25 years of insight from his business and technology experience in Silicon Valley and Japan as a senior technologist and technology writer.
His first foray into technology writing was for Fujitsu in Tokyo Japan in 1996. He specializes in research related to the evolution of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and driver assistance technologies (ADAS). Prior to Informa, as a senior analyst for Intellectual Ventures, and for Ocean Tomo, Sanders led market analysis and technology valuation for investment funds worth over $20 million on a range of topics, including electric vehicles, power systems, microprocessors, near field communications, and semiconductors.
Areas of Expertise Autonomy Autonomous Vehicles
Writes for Wards Intelligence
Latest From Glenn Sanders
A Better Way to Describe Autonomy?
Mobileye’s proposal for a simplified way to describe a vehicle’s level of autonomy falls short of covering the nuances of current vehicles. This article explores another approach that would add more precision and give OEMs a new way to market their new ADAS and AV features.
Einride Targets Middle-Mile Logistics, Expands to U.K.
Despite troubles faced by several AV logistics startups in recent months, Einride continues to make progress: developing an end-to-end solution with self-driving EV trucks, a fleet management platform and charging infrastructure for middle-mile logistics applications that is attracting major clients.
Keep on Truckin’: AV Logistics Update
As the hype and investment surrounding autonomous vehicles hit a wall in 2022, a few startups faltered while more established companies developing self-driving trucks for logistics applications keep on truckin’.
AutoTech Check: Wards Intelligence Ranks Top 5 ADAS Systems
As ADAS systems become available on more vehicles, OEMs are pushing development to provide the broadest range of features that are reliable and improve safety and convenience. Wards presents the results from our AutoTech Check ADAS tests over the past year.
Tough Love: Consumer Reports and Wards Rank OEMs’ ADAS
There’s a new ADAS boss in town. Ford tops Consumer Reports’ ADAS test, replacing General Motors, and pushing Tesla further down the pack. Wards provides a sneak peek of our ADAS ranking report along with important points for OEMs and Tier 1s to consider.
Ford Forms New Subsidiary, Announces Self-Driving Truck
The race is on. Ford CEO Jim Farley just declared that you should be able to sleep, make a call or do whatever you want while your truck drives for you. The company’s new Latitude subsidiary is tasked with making this and other marvels happen.