Corey Clothier

Corey Clothier
 


Corey Clothier, a leading global strategic consultant focused on safe automated vehicle deployment and market development.

Corey is currently the interim COO at Coast Autonomous, a start-up focused on urban autonomous transit.

For 10-years, Corey served in the U.S. Marines. He was among the first Marine computer technicians on F/A-18 fighter jets, then was selected for promotion and trained as a fighter jet pilot. Corey's engineering and consulting experience includes high-level projects for Cosworth, GM test labs, Lear, Ford, DARPA, TARDEC, TTI, Munich Re and Local Motors. At Local Motors, Corey led autonomous vehicle development including the creation of Olli. In addition, he spent over six years as a consultant focused on autonomous vehicle business development strategy for the U.S. Army robotics research and development center, TARDEC. At TARDEC, Corey co-developed the US Army program, ARIBO (Autonomous Robotics for Installation and Base Operations), which was a featured Smart America Challenge project and the White House supported Global Cities Challenge.