1. May 10, 2018

    Even one automated, connected vehicle can improve safety, save energy

    Connected cruise control uses vehicle-to-vehicle communication to let automated vehicles respond to multiple cars at a time in an effort to save energy and improve safety.

  2. February 8, 2018

    Affiliates in second phase of Mcity funding

    Companies investing in second-phase funding as Mcity Affiliate members: 3M Aisin Group Analog Devices BMW Changan Automobile Cohda Wireless Deloitte Consulting Desjardins Fortive GAC Motor Harada Harman HERE Hitachi Iteris J.D. Power Lear Corporation Magna Mechanical Simulation Microsoft Miller Canfield NAVYA Nexteer Automotive OnBoard Security PolySync PPG Progressive Insurance Realtime Technologies Renesas Electronics SAIC Motor…
  3. February 8, 2018

    Mcity announces Affiliate members in second phase of funding

    Forty-two companies have committed to investing $150,000 each over the next three years as Affiliate members in Mcity, the university-led initiative to transform connected and automated mobility.

  4. January 8, 2018

    Mcity report considers cyber vulnerabilities of automated vehicles

    A white paper by U-M researchers working with Mcity illustrates the breadth of the cybersecurity challenges that must be overcome before autonomous and connected vehicles can be widely adopted.

  5. October 31, 2017

    Industry partners investing $11M in second phase of Mcity funding

    Eleven companies are investing a total of $11 million in the second phase of industry funding for Mcity, the university-led initiative to develop connected and automated mobility.

  6. June 23, 2017

    Mcity demos show how connected tech can make self-driving cars safer

    U-M’s Mcity Test Facility recently conducted a series of demonstrations that illustrated the key role connected technology can play in harnessing the safety benefits that self-driving vehicles promise.

  7. June 21, 2017

    Driverless shuttle service coming to North Campus

    Mcity will launch a driverless shuttle service on North Campus this fall. Two autonomous, electric vehicles will run between the Lurie Engineering Center and the North Campus Research Complex.

  8. May 23, 2017

    New way to test self-driving cars could cut most validation costs

    Mobility researchers at U-M have devised a new way to test autonomous vehicles that bypasses the billions of miles otherwise needed to consider the vehicles road-ready.

  9. December 12, 2016

    Driverless electric shuttle introduced at Mcity

    A fully autonomous, 15-passenger electric shuttle manufactured by French firm NAVYA will support research and provide self-guided tours of U-M’s Mcity.

  10. November 16, 2016

    Open-access automated cars to advance driverless research

    New U-M research vehicles will be open testbeds for academic and industry researchers to rapidly test self-driving and connected vehicle technologies at a world-class proving ground.