David Pickeral | Entrepreneur and strategic advisor to Connected & Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Cities

David Pickeral, Entrepreneur and strategic advisor to Connected & Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Cities, Entrepreneur

David Pickeral is committed to facilitating the deployment of information and communications technology (ICT) to make transportation more effective, efficient, sustainable and safe within and between all modes from the local to the global level.   He has 29 years’ operational, policy and management experience involving both government and commercial enterprises as well as public-private partnerships (PPP). 
David is currently an entrepreneur and  strategic advisor related to Connected & Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Cities working with multiple startups and VC / PE investment clients worldwide.   Advisory engagements include but are not limited big data, analytics, cloud, internet of things (IoT), technology selection, strategy, governance, alliances, PPP / JV formation.   David also sustains longstanding industry roles including the US National Academies of Science Engineering & Medicine—Transportation Research Board and multiple academic affiliations including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  He publishes regularly in Thinking Highways, Move Forward, TU Automotive and through LinkedIn blog posts and articles. 
From April 2010 until June 2015 David had been IBM’s Smarter Transportation Leader working with clients and partners around the world in developing and deploying next generation transportation Systems Before joining IBM, David was an executive at Booz Allen Hamilton where he co-founded the firm’s ITS practice in September 2000.  Prior to that he was a practicing attorney, and before that started his professional career as a US Naval Officer.  He holds a Doctor of Law (JD) degree from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Virginia.  He is married to Dr. Oxana Karpenko Pickeral of St. Petersburg, Russia and lives in Reston, Virginia, USA

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