Smart City & Mobility Future // Real-World Deployment
Emerging Trends // Industry Ecosystem
Public Policy // Entrepreneurship
Economic Development // Workforce Development
Robotics // Human Centered Design
Strategic Partnerships // Urban Planning
Carnegie Mellon University // USDOT National University Transportation Research Center // Robotics Institute
About Courtney Ehrlichman
Founder, Courtney Ehrlichman, started the Ehrlichman Group to leverage her expertise across the connected and automated mobility ecosystem. An entrepreneur at heart, Ms. Ehrlichman’s ability to forecasts emerging trends and leverage her deep and broad industry network lead to successful business direction and partnership development for her clients.
In addition to being on a number of industry boards, she is also a member of the PA Autonomous Vehicle Task Force and the Intelligent Transportation Society of America's Cybersecurity Task Force. In early 2017, she co-founded and now advises RoadBotics, a Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University spin-off that uses AI to monitor road surfaces. In 2017, Ms. Ehrlichman left her role as the Deputy Executive Director of the Traffic21 Institute & two National USDOT Transportation Research Centers at Carnegie Mellon University to have broader impact in the commercial space.
While at CMU, Ms. Ehrlichman oversaw, designed and managed over $45M in connected and automated vehicle and intelligent application research, development and real-world deployment, building partnerships across the region, state, nation, and globe to ensure the technology responded to real-world problems. she was the Mobility-Analytics Team Lead for Pittsburgh’s Smart City Challenge application and led the inclusion of the equity data component. Ms. Ehrlichman also develops curriculum for students and professionals, and speaks around the world about transportation technologies and the mobility future.