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Startup Spotlight Podcast: Condor Detroit

Say goodbye to vehicle lease commitments and expensive long-term car rentals and opt for a more convenient and flexible experience. Through Condor Detroit’s platform, you can now drive the car of your dreams with a month-to-month car subscription--without a long-term commitment.

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Tech Trek showcases local startups, mobility solutions in day-long event

Technology companies in and around Ann Arbor flung open their doors to the tech curious during Tech Trek, the final experience in a weeklong mobility-themed event called A2Tech360. We joined in the fun.

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Meeting of the Minds summit examines challenges, opportunities in Michigan's mobility industry

The summit focused on positioning Michigan as a national mobility leader, as well as how to use mobility to improve the lives of economically disadvantaged residents.

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Mobility takes center stage at Detroit Startup Week

Boasting more than 200 free sessions, Detroit Startup Week includes a mobility track highlighting what Detroit does best—transforming the way people, goods and services move around the world.

Feature StoryMichele Mueller is senior project manager for CAV at MDOT

Understanding our connected and autonomous present

Connected and autonomous vehicles are high-frequency Industry buzzwords. But what do they mean? We dig in and share the key differences and similarities between these rapidly evolving transportation technologies.

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Mobility pillar matures at the Mackinac Policy Conference

Mobility has long been a pillar of the Mackinac Policy Conference. We talked with Detroit Regional Chamber’s Sandy Baruah and Glenn Stevens to learn more about the mobility conversation’s evolution, where it’s headed, and why it’s so important.

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Predictions for Michigan’s automobility industry is focus of MICHauto Roundtable

At this year’s Mackinac Policy Conference, MICHauto hosted a roundtable event featuring a host of automotive thought leaders. We share key points from this dynamic conversation.

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French tech startup delegation showcases Ubimobility in Detroit

A delegation of eight tech startups from France embarked upon a U.S. immersion by showcasing their business models to Detroit. These Ubimobility entrepreneurs’ names may soon be familiar, so get acquainted with them now.

Feature StoryE. Jefferson Ave. and Randolph St. is equipped with sensors and roadside units to communicate with connected vehicles.

Detroit region innovators show off connected intersections during ITS

Live vehicle demonstrations make the Intelligent Transportation Society annual meeting a valuable mobility event. We rode along during two demos to learn how our region’s innovations will make intersections across the globe safer.

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Michigan listened first to attract STEAM professionals with "Choose Michigan"

Michigan Talent and Economic Development will roll out a dynamic campaign to attract STEAM talent and highlight the value of living and working in Michigan. We covered the unveiling of Choose Michigan at the Mackinac Policy Conference.

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Regulation, policy must keep pace with mobility innovation

Mobility threatens to disrupt transportation, and regulatory policy must keep pace with innovation, says David Sampson, president and CEO of the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America. 

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Mobility Moments Podcast: Embedded at Mackinac Policy Conference with Mark Muro

From the Mackinac Policy Conference, a special edition of Mobility Moments. Claire Charlton talks with Mark Muro, senior fellow and policy director with the Metropolitan Policy Program of the Brookings Institution, about advanced industry, mobility innovation, and digitalization.


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Wayne State CAR Lab innovates edge computing and open platform

Computer scientists at Detroit’s Wayne State University has established an innovation lab to research and implement edge computing solutions for connected and autonomous vehicle technology. What’s it all about?

Feature StoryDon Butler is executive director of connected vehicle platform and product with Ford Mobility

Ford’s Don Butler connects during keynote speech at Mackinac Policy Conference

Cellular connectivity will soon be a feature of every Ford vehicle. But what does that mean for safer, more efficient travel? Don Butler with Ford Mobility tells all in his keynote speech at the Mackinac Policy Conference.

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Ubimobility helps French startup set up shop in Michigan

Earlier this year, NAVYA, a French company specializing in autonomous electric vehicles, began manufacturing driverless shuttle buses at a plant in Saline, a small town outside of Ann Arbor. The French company secured the 25,000-square-foot facility last summer, with help from Ann Arbor SPARK and the Michigan Economic Development Corp., but its relationship with the Great Lakes State goes back to 2015.

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Startup Spotlight: URB-E

Charge it, unfold it, drive away. Few things in life are simpler than URB-E, a compact, foldable electric vehicle. 

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Startup Spotlight Podcast: Kyle Bazzy, Detroit Startup Week

June 17, 2018 - On this first episode of Driven's Startup Spotlight podcast, Kyle Bazzy, Co-Lead for Detroit Startup Week, talks about what to expect in this year's programming and how Detroit Startup Week has a little bit of something for everyone. 
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NewsFord Motor Co. is testing autonomous features using Fusions. It wants to put fully autonomous vehicles on the market by 2021.

New coalition to focus on mobility's impact on U.S. workforce


Ford to remake Detroit's most famous ruin


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Ann Arbor

The Ann Arbor region is a destination for mobility, home to research and development for global brands including Toyota and Hyundai. Located here is University of Michigan’s Mcity, a 32-acre test facility that simulates the broad range of ...

Macomb County

Each day, up to 50,000 cars travel on the connected corridors of Macomb County where GM and the U.S. Army field test autonomous vehicles on a regular basis. The county's Communications and Technology Center (COMTEC) serves as the hub of activity ...

Oakland County

Oakland County is a world automotive leader in research and development, with 75 of the top 100 global automotive suppliers having locations here. Suppliers like Valeo, Borg Warner, Denso, Magna and Nexteer are strategically located in Oakland ...

Detroit

Detroit is the world’s epicenter of mobility and advanced transportation solutions. With a diverse offering of competitive advantages, Detroit is a smart choice for businesses looking to expand, relocate and invest.

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Southeast Michigan

Southeast Michigan is a united 11-county area that encompasses more than 300 municipalities with rich geographic, human and business assets. Home to more than 300,000 businesses, including 11 Fortune 500 companies, 5.4 million people, and numerous ...