Conor Ogilvie-Davidson

Conor Ogilvie-Davidson


Personal statement

Conor is a doctoral student investigating public perceptions of autonomous vehicles and their dissemination in to the market place and public life. His research is an interdisciplinary piece of work encompassing Marketing, Psychology and Engineering. Conor has worked with researchers at Bristol Robotics laboratory on the Government funded research project in to autonomous vehicles in Bristol; "VENTURER" as well as conducting his own research.

Academic qualifications

  • BA (Hons) Marketing – 2:1
  • MA Marketing – Distinction

Thesis title

Resistance is futile: UK consumers, innovation and autonomous vehicles.

Research supervisors

Dr Nasir Salari, Professor Georgina Andrews and Professor John Parkin (UWE).

Research interests

Marketing, Innovation, Autonomous Vehicles, Innovation Resistance, Technology.

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