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 County.  Fiat Chrysler's U.S. headquarters, Nissan's North American Technical Center and General Motors' Powertrain Center are all located in Oakland County where next generation connected mobility is thriving.  Google's Waymo and Uber have R&D centers here as Oakland County has seen more than #1 billion in new automotive investment in the past two years.

Feature StoryTome has worked on projects like the bicycle-to-vehicle safety (B2V) project to help vehicles recognize and register vulnerable roads users.
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Mobility Moments Podcast: Rob Stead, AutoSens


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Mobility Moments Podcast: Elaina Farnsworth, The NEXT Education


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With new mobility options, Detroit goes multimodal


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Mobility Moments Podcast: Ted Velie, Michigan House @ SXSW


Feature StoryMobility thought leaders discuss industry's role in building the mobility talent infrastructure in Michigan.

Industry must support talent growth for “arsenal of mobility”


Feature StoryNeville Boston of Reviver Auto (from left), Frank Sgambati of Bosch, and Carrie Morton of Mcity talk with John Peracchio of Conduent during AutoMobili-D.

Infrastructure, AVs promise safe, efficient urban transport


Feature StoryJessica Robinson will lead the Michigan Mobility Institute as the first executive director.
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A multifaceted path to electrification


Feature StoryPanel discussions are among the highlights of FACE 2019.

Talent connects with mobility companies at FACE event


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Accelerating our electrified autonomous world


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The road to autonomy: will we ever get there?


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Electrifying transit for a changing lifestyle


MDOT seeks public input on new state long-range transportation plan


Feature StoryFrom left: Chris Olzem, Oakland County senior business development representative, Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner, Doug Lowther, CEO of Irdeto; Dr. Deirdre Waterman, Mayor of Pontiac.

Pontiac is Detroit home for digital security firm Irdeto


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Mobility Moments Podcast: Amanda Roraff, PlanetM


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Attend PlanetM Startup Grants informational event


Feature StoryThe 2018 LTU President's Symposium will gather industry experts to talk about tomorrow's mobility innovations happening today.
Feature StoryAt this year’s Auto-ISAC Annual Summit in Detroit, the Global Future Workforce Program gathered 38 high school, community college, and university students to showcase their work in front of leading industry professionals.

Michigan educators grow cybersecurity talent


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


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Feature StoryThe 2018 LTU President's Symposium will gather industry experts to talk about tomorrow's mobility innovations happening today.
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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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Feature StoryGarry Bulluck is deputy chief of mobility innovation for the City of Detroit
Feature StoryCoaxial Thermophone for Active Noise Control in Vehicles technology from Michigan Technological University
Feature StoryGov. Rick Snyder met with auto CEOS in a private session prior to the Mackinac Policy Conference
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Tome Software innovates for safer cycling


Feature StoryLTU professor C.J. Chung and LTU students Charles Faulkner, Mitchell Pleune, Nick Paul, Ben Warrick, and Sean Bleicher after winning the IGVC Self-Drive Challenge
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Ford STEAM Lab


Feature StoryMichele Mueller is senior project manager for CAV at MDOT

Understanding our connected and autonomous present


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Mobility pillar matures at the Mackinac Policy Conference


Feature StoryUbimobility panel at NextEnergy in Detroit
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Regulation, policy must keep pace with mobility innovation


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5 things people say about Detroit mobility


Feature StoryP3 tests mobility solutions for clients.

P3 event delivers mobility predictions and realism


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Feature StoryAltran's World Class Passive Safety Center, Wixom
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By supporting FIRST, Bosch helps build the mobility workforce


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Oakland County taking steps to retool its mobility workforce


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Building minds: How Detroit grows mobility talent


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