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Feature Story Gerry Anderson, DTE Energy

Michigan expands its reach for the electrification of the automobile

As auto manufacturers expand the number of plug-in hybrid and pure electric vehicles, Michigan wants to be ready with charging stations that help answer the question of, “Where do I charge my car?” That’s why energy companies such as DTE and Consumers Energy/CMS Energy are preparing to meet customers’ needs with rebate programs to encourage charger installation.

Feature Story Justin Snowden in downtown Detroit.

Here's how sharing "terabytes on terabytes" of mobility data improves safety, equity, and efficiency

Advanced mobility projects generate massive amounts of data that can have massive potential if it's made public. Here's how several metro Detroit projects are doing just that – and experiencing great results.

Feature Story An electric vehicle charging station outside the Michigan Energy Office in Lansing.

VW settlement funds spark electric vehicle charging station expansion

The first sites for the stations are expected to be announced this month, and it could take just a few weeks after that for the first new stations to appear in metro Detroit.

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Here's how AI is working to improve safety at one of Detroit's most dangerous intersections

A recently completed pilot project aims to nip accidents in the bud by alerting drivers in advance to dangerous situations.

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From texter detectors to autonomous shuttles, here's what we saw at Ann Arbor's Mobility Row

In early June, Ann Arbor streets swelled with people participating in Ann Arbor SPARK’s Tech Trek. We checked in with "Mobility Row" to learn about Ann Arbor’s mobility-based businesses and startups.

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Mobility Moments Podcast: A discussion on infrastructure for autonomous at AutoSens

At AutoSens in Detroit, people from all over the world engaged in conversations about safety, standards, and the future. We talked with Shawn Brovold with 3M Connected Roads, Abhay Rai with Visteon Corporation, and Ana Dalsnes Storsaeter with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. 

Feature Story Detroit Moves will run in parallel with NAIAS in June 2020

Detroit Moves mobility festival to collaborate with 2020 North American International Auto Show

Detroit Moves announced today it will commit to bringing urban transit planners and mobility innovators together by moving its annual mobility event to June 2020 to coincide with the North American International Auto Show with increased focus on urban mobility.

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Startup Spotlight: Michael Healander, Airspace Link

This episode of Driven’s Startup Spotlight features Michael Healander, president and CEO of Airspace Link, a drone and air logistic company supporting regulated state and local government airspace management.

Feature Story Battle Creek Shuttle Route

Pratt & Miller tackles mobility gap, awarded Michigan Mobility Challenge

Until recently, much of the focus on mobility and driverless vehicles has been about easing traffic congestion, improving safety on roadways and helping workers secure the first and last miles of their daily commutes.


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Mackinac Policy Conference: Steven Kiefer's call to stop distracted driving

Steven Kiefer, senior vice president of global purchasing and supply chain at General Motors Co. and chairman of The Kiefer Foundation, took the stage Wednesday, May 29 with an impactful call to end distracted driving.

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Mobility Moments Podcast: A discussion on infrastructure for autonomous at AutoSens

July 12, 2019 - At AutoSens in Detroit, people from all over the world engaged in conversations about safety, standards, and the future. We talked with Shawn Brovold with 3M Connected Roads, Abhay Rai with Visteon Corporation, and Ana Dalsnes Storsaeter with the Norwegian Public Roads Administration. Listen >>
 

Startup Spotlight Podcast: Michael Healander, Airspace Link

June 26, 2019 - This episode features Michael Healander, President and CEO of Airspace Link, a drone and air logistic company supporting regulated state and local government airspace. Listen >>
 
 
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