Research & Testing

Five projects aimed at meeting mobility needs in the Motor City


Five reasons Michigan has become 'Silicon Valley of mobility tech'


Feds award $7.5M to Michigan for self-driving car testing


Auto industry embarks on hunt for mobility experts old and new


Tackling the impact of mobility on communities


Feature Story Auto Sens Conference

The road to Level 5 autonomy is still a long way off


Michigan a leader in tech that fuels cars of future


Startups test safety systems in Michigan


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Mobility Moments Podcast: Rob Stead, AutoSens


Honda moves into a glass house to stir mobility ideas


2029: Mobility and the urban family


Public gets to take free ride in self-driving car in Detroit


Ford expands mobility challenge to three new cities


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Michigan should be a leader in commercial drones


The future is here


Michigan Mobility Institute announces first advisory board members


Talent needed for Michigan to lead auto's future


Ford is using virtual reality to design cars


WMU helps design driverless VA shuttle


Feature Story Automobility 4.0 Panel

Video games are the future of autonomous testing


Feature Story May Mobility Shuttle

Accelerating our electrified autonomous world


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The road to autonomy: will we ever get there?


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NAIAS daily recap with Glenn Stevens, MICHauto


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Supply and (uncertain) demand


Feature Story Electrification is considered among the "game changers" that will help drive General Motors' future. The diverse lineup includes the Chevrolet Bolt EV, Cadillac CT6 PHEV, Buick LaCrosse hybrid and Opel Ampera-e.

What’s driving electric vehicle rollout?


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Electrifying transit for a changing lifestyle


NAIAS: Blending rich heritage with transformational future


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


Detroit to use RoadBotics on its 2600-mile road network


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