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Camilla
Fowler

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Oxbotica

Head of Safety Assurance

About me:

Camilla is Head of Safety Assurance at Oxbotica and is focused on preparing for the safe deployment and commercialisation of automated vehicles. Camilla has dedicated her career to improving road safety and is keen that automation enables a more proactive approach to managing road risk through in use safety monitoring, incident investigation and robust feedback of lessons learned into the safety, behaviours, validation and approval/ authorisation of automated vehicles. Since 2015 Camilla has been responsible for ensuring safety during automated vehicle trials including GATEway, Driven, Endeavour, AZORA, Encode and Helm UK, the UK's first real world platooning trial. During these trials Camilla developed and evolved the safety case framework for CAV trials and testing and is the technical author of PAS 1881 which sets out the requirements for an operational safety caee and supporting safety management system. Camilla strongly believes that the key to industry success and meeting the projected benefits of automation is collaboration and sharing knowledge and experience.

Sessions:

Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 3:20:00 PM UTC

Ben Lewis, Camilla Fowler, Jarrett Huk, Rebecca Marsden

*Note: The time shown may reflect your local time zone. Check the agenda for the correct time. 

Safety First: Defining Comprehensive Safety for Autonomous Mobility & Delivery

Room 2

Speaker:

Rebecca Marsden | Head of Innovation, Apollo ibott

Ben Lewis | GM & VP of Insurance, Edge Case Risk Management

Jarrett Huk | Account Executive AVP, Aon

Camilla Fowler | Head of Safety Assurance, Oxbotica

Commercial autonomous vehicles are hitting the road around the world to transport people and goods safely and efficiently. Join a panel of experts as they discuss the implications for safety and risk managers and their insurance partners. The panelists will give their perspectives on robustly evaluating safety, building and validating trust, and recognizing good risk management with insurance.

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