1. August 23, 2016

    Driverless vehicle startups moving into TechLab incubator

    Three high-potential companies from the West Coast will join TechLab at U-M’s Mcity this fall, moving resources to develop their driverless vehicle technologies in Ann Arbor.

  2. August 11, 2016

    Toyota Research Institute partners with U-M on artificial intelligence

    Research focused on artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous driving at U-M will be aided by an initial $22 million commitment from the Toyota Research Institute.

  3. April 7, 2016

    University collaborates with Toyota on autonomous vehicle hub

    U-M will collaborate with Toyota in the automaker’s plan to establish a major autonomous vehicle research base in Ann Arbor.

  4. March 21, 2016

    American Center for Mobility forms board of directors, names CEO

    John M. Maddox, who has been serving as assistant director of the Mobility Transformation Center, has been named chief executive officer of the new American Center for Mobility.

  5. February 25, 2016

    CFE, Mcity collaborate to spur transportation innovation

    The Center for Entrepreneurship in partnership with the Mobility Transformation Center is launching TechLab at Mcity, a collaborative effort to promote connected- and driverless-vehicle innovation.

  6. January 11, 2016

    Ford, U-M testing autonomous cars in snow at Mcity

    Typical autonomous-vehicle sensors are useless on snow-covered roads, but researchers at U-M and Ford Motor Co. are collaborating on a solution.

  7. October 9, 2015

    White House honors James Sayer for innovation in transportation

    U-M transportation researcher James Sayer will be honored at the White House for his leadership in advancing connected and automated transportation.

  8. August 21, 2015

    Congressional visit to Mcity

    Three members of Michigan’s congressional delegation joined U-M officials and others Thursday for a tour of Mcity, U-M’s connected and autonomous vehicle testing environment.

  9. July 20, 2015

    U-M opens Mcity test environment for connected and driverless vehicles

    The university has opened Mcity, the world’s first controlled environment specifically designed to test the potential of connected and automated vehicle technologies.

  10. January 13, 2015

    University’s M City will test driverless vehicles on North Campus

    A 32-acre “mini-city,” designed expressly for testing connected and automated vehicle systems and other emerging 21st-century smart-city technologies, is taking shape on North Campus.


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