October 15, 2019

UMTRI

  1. November 19, 2018

    Augmented reality at U-M improves driverless vehicle testing

    Augmented reality technology can accelerate testing of connected and automated vehicles and reduce additional testing costs to almost zero, according to a new white paper by U-M’s Mcity.

  2. September 26, 2018

    UMTRI, Engineering join to innovate the future of transportation

    The U-M Transportation Research Institute will merge with the College of Engineering to more effectively move transportation and mobility research into the 21st century in ways that are safe and sustainable. 

  3. March 16, 2018

    Connected vehicle tech: Analysis says mandate now to save lives

     

    Up to 8.1 million car crashes and 44,000 deaths could be prevented if the federal government mandated connected vehicle technology now, rather than waiting even three years to develop and evaluate competing technologies

  4. January 19, 2018

    New system could prevent motion sickness in self-driving cars

    U-M researchers have received a patent for a universal motion sickness countermeasure system that could allow those who suffer from the condition more productive in autonomous vehicles.

  5. November 13, 2017

    Comparing emissions worldwide from gas, battery-powered vehicles

    Gasoline vehicles would produce lower emissions than the average battery-electric vehicle only if their fuel economy was higher than 51.5 mpg worldwide, U-M researchers say.

  6. June 21, 2017

    Most drivers could go electric within 10 years, study suggests

    Electric and hybrid electric vehicles are in the fast lane to wider adoption, according to a new study by U-M researchers.

  7. 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.

  8. April 6, 2017

    Survey explores why drivers don’t heed vehicle safety recalls

    A new national survey from the U-M Transportation Research Institute explores why many consumers don’t heed vehicle safety recalls and what steps might boost compliance.

  9. December 13, 2016

    U-M leads new Center for Connected and Automated Transportation

    A new $2.47 million center led by U-M and funded by the U.S. Department of Transportation will explore the full picture of how communities can best transition to connected and automated vehicles.

  10. May 23, 2016

    Most drivers still want at least some control over automated vehicles

    Despite greater coverage of driverless technology advancements the past couple of years, most Americans still prefer to drive themselves — at least partially, U-M researchers say.