Sue Bai is a chief engineer at the Honda Research Institute USA, Inc. Bai’s areas of research include wireless communication for in-vehicle navigation systems, telematics system design and development, and connected and automated vehicle system research. She currently leads a team that supports Honda’s transportation safety and mobility goals through connected vehicle and V2X communication systems.
Bai has held leading roles on SAE V2X technical standards committees for many years, working to improve safety and mobility for everyone sharing the road, including drivers and passengers in automobiles and on motorcycles, cyclists, pedestrians and road workers. She is also the Honda technical leader for various industry-government collaborative projects including the Ohio Smart Mobility Corridor, which is the longest stretch of continuously connected highway in the world.
Bai is a Ph.D. candidate focusing on automated vehicle human factors at University of Michigan. She also holds Master of Science degrees in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Industrial and Systems Engineering.