Michigan driverless auto tech's cross-border breakthroughs

In August '17, two cars took a remarkable journey from SE Michigan into Canada, over the Blue Water Bridge back into Michigan, and across the state, and for more than 90 percent of the six-hour drive, the cars drove with no human intervention.

“The industry as a whole is changing,” said Tom Toma, global product manager with Magna. “Partnerships are becoming a necessary piece of the advancement of autonomous vehicles.”

In fact, working together is how that drive coalesced in the first place.

READ MORE
 
Signup for Email Alerts

Related Content