Robert Schill leads HERE Technologies’ government relations in the Americas for connected and automated vehicles, smart cities, unmanned aircraft systems and other IoT technologies. He supports the development of open data, cybersecurity, privacy and related public policies.
Robert previously led the government relations practice of a D.C.-area communications and technology law firm, where he represented clients before the Congress and federal agencies. Prior to that, Robert was Vice President of Law and Public Policy for a technology-focused government affairs firm. In this role, Robert represented clients on a range of technology issues and led the Vehicle Traffic Information Coalition, an advocacy group formed by auto manufacturers and technology suppliers to advance the role of mobility technologies in transportation policy. Robert also served in the office of Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Robert’s professional and community involvement has included membership on the Arlington County Information Technology Advisory Commission and participation as a mentor through the Federal Communications Bar Association Foundation.
Robert received his Juris Doctor degree from the George Washington University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts degree from Binghamton University (SUNY).