Four industry organizations partner with Luminar to shape future of automotive

Luminar Technologies (“Luminar” or “the Company”) the global leader in automotive lidar hardware and software technology, announced that it joined the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, CADIA, Auto-ISAC, and PAVE- four key industry organizations that each play an important role in shaping the future of the automotive industry.

All four of these organizations are recognized as automotive industry thought leaders and influencers, and we look forward to having a seat at the table at each,” said Austin Russell, Founder and CEO of Luminar. “We’re all in this together to advance the broader mission of substantially improving vehicle safety and enabling autonomy, and we’ll be working with the Alliance for Automotive Innovation, CADIA, Auto-ISAC, and PAVE to target new standards for the industry.”

  • The Alliance for Automotive Innovation (Auto Innovators) works with policymakers to support cleaner, safer and smarter personal transportation that helps transform the U.S. economy, and sustain American ingenuity and freedom of movement.
  • The Center for Automotive Diversity and Inclusion (CADIA) works to advance its culture of inclusivity and help break down systemic barriers that limit equity in representation within the automotive industry.
  • The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Auto-ISAC) is an industry-driven community to share and analyze intelligence about emerging cybersecurity risks to the vehicle, and to collectively enhance vehicle cybersecurity capabilities across the global automotive industry, including light- and heavy-duty vehicle OEMs, suppliers and the commercial vehicle sector.
  • The Partners for Automated Vehicle Education (PAVE) is a coalition of industry, nonprofits, and academics focused on bringing the conversation about automated vehicles (AVs) to the public so everyone can play a role in shaping the future.

The Auto Innovator’s role as an industry convener is more important than ever as we collectively work to transform mobility by making autonomy safe and ubiquitous,” said Tony Cooke, VP for Policy and Regulation, Luminar.