Friday, February 26, 2021
Report: Michigan Must Invest in Skilled Talent, Infrastructure to Remain Mobility Leader
In order for Michigan to remain a leader in mobility as electric and autonomous vehicles come to market, the state must enhance its high-skilled talent development, increase electric vehicle adoption rates, and activate greater capital investment, according to the Council on Future Mobility and Electrification in Lansing.
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
New Mcity OS tools make it easy to create, execute, and repeat AV test scenarios at Mcity Test Facility or other test sites
New software and hardware developed by a team of engineers at the University of Michigan’s Mcity automated vehicle research center now makes it possible for researchers to create and execute complex, sophisticated, and easily repeatable tests of connected vehicles, automated vehicles, and connected and automated vehicles, potentially saving testing time and costs, and accelerating product development.
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Michigan moves autonomy forward by air, by land – and yes – even by sea
Mobility is defined as the movement of people, goods and information. For many years, the mobility conversation focused on the ground – autonomous and electric vehicles, shared mobility solutions, next-generation propulsion systems. In the last decade, the conversation around air mobility and smart cities has also gotten a great deal of coverage as companies large and small test a variety of solutions.
Monday, January 25, 2021
First license for AV testing software developed by U-M’s Mcity goes to American Center for Mobility
A unique new cloud-based operating system for testing connected or automated vehicles has for the first time been licensed for use beyond Mcity at the University of Michigan, where it was developed.