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 complexities vehicles encounter in urban and suburban environments. The Ann Arbor region is also home to the American Center for Mobility, a U.S. Department of Transportation designated non-profit testing and product development facility for future mobility, designed to enable safe validation of connected and automated vehicle technology. Autonomous vehicle manufacturers May Mobility and NAVYA also call the Ann Arbor region home, drawing on the vast talent pool and existing infrastructure and support to fuel their growth.

Feature StoryThe 2018 LTU President's Symposium will gather industry experts to talk about tomorrow's mobility innovations happening today.
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Mobility grant brings Ann Arbor tech to Lansing transit


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California mobility firm finds home in talent-rich Ann Arbor


Feature StoryAnn Arbor SPARK hosted demonstrations at the American Center for Mobility to showcase testing and validation of autonomous technology.
Feature StoryKevin Mull is director of connected mobility solutions at Bosch.

Collaboration is critical in the era of mobility


NewsPeter Sanderson and Coy Vaughn with a map of the B2B Trail.
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Robotics programs in Michigan can receive $3 million in grants


Feature StoryThe report was commissioned by the American Center for Mobility, led by Michigan State University, and supported by Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
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Startup Spotlight: SEEVA


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