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The Station: The biggest SPAC ever and reading the micromobility permit tea leaves

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hi there, new and returning readers. This is The Station, a weekly newsletter dedicated to all the ways people and packages move (today and in the future) from Point A to Point B. Before jump into micromobbin’ and the rest, I wanted to point you to another Extra Crunch piece, this time a deep dive into second-life batteries. As Aria Alamalh...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, TC, Transportation, Verizon, London, Washington, Mexico, China, Germany, Berlin, India, New York City, Tech, Bloomberg, Vienna


Verizon and Honda want to use 5G and edge computing to make driving safer

Honda and Verizon are researching how 5G and mobile edge computing might improve safety for today’s connected vehicles and the future’s autonomous ones.  The two companies, which announced the partnership Thursday, are piloting different safety scenarios at the University of Michigan’s Mcity , a test bed for connected and autonomous vehicles. The aim of the venture is to study how 5G connectivity coupled with edge computing could allow for faster communication between cars, pedestrians an...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Verizon, Fcc, China, Tech, Automotive, United States, Self-driving Cars, Honda, 5g, University Of Michigan, Mcity, Autonomous Driving, Mec, Peebles


Ford expands robotics research into $75 million U-M facility

Ford Motor Company will be embedding 100 of its researchers and engineers in a new $75 million robotics and mobility facility on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus. This is not the first collaboration between the automaker and the university. Ford is UM’s single largest corporate donor and the two entities have previously teamed up to open the UM Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles. But this is the first time Ford is co-locating part of its team on a university campus. Ford clarified ...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Ford, Robotics, Boston Dynamics, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mcity, Ford Motor Company, Atlanta Georgia, Ford CTO, Robotics Institute, Alec Gallimore, Ken Washington, Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles


Ford expands robotics research with $75 million U-M facility

Ford Motor Company will be embedding 100 of its researchers and engineers in a new $75 million robotics and mobility facility on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus. This is not the first collaboration between the automaker and the university. Ford is UM’s single largest corporate donor and the two entities have previously teamed up to open the UM Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles. But this is the first time Ford is co-locating part of its team on a university campus. Ford clarified ...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Ford, Robotics, Boston Dynamics, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mcity, Ford Motor Company, Atlanta Georgia, Ford CTO, Robotics Institute, Alec Gallimore, Ken Washington, Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles


Ford expands robotics research into $75 million University of Michigan facility

Ford Motor Company will be embedding 100 of its researchers and engineers in a new $75 million robotics and mobility facility on the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus. This is not the first collaboration between the automaker and the university. Ford is UM’s single largest corporate donor and the two entities have previously teamed up to open the UM Ford Center for Autonomous Vehicles. But this is the first time Ford is co-locating part of its team on a university campus. Ford clarified ...
Tags: Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Ford, Michigan, Robotics, Boston Dynamics, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mcity, Ford Motor Company, Atlanta Georgia, Ford CTO, Robotics Institute, Alec Gallimore, Ken Washington


Playboy Article: Detroit is “Silicon Valley of Smart Mobility Tech”

We’ve all heard the cliche about reading Playboy only for its articles, but it turns out that the magazine really does have some stellar reporting. On Monday, Playboy posted an article that brings some validation to southeast Michigan’s role in the development of autonomous vehicles. Titled “Detroit is Becoming the Silicon Valley of Smart Mobility Tech,” the article details Detroit’s efforts to pivot from brawn to brains. Earlier in the decade, many people in the tech world assumed Detroi...
Tags: Startups, Hardware, Entrepreneurship, Trends, Software, Automotive, Innovation, Playboy, Silicon Valley, Michigan, Mobility, Detroit, University Of Michigan, Mcity, Toyota Research Institute, National blog main


Autonomous Pizza Delivery? The Future Is Here!

( = || []).push({}); Autonomous driving, if perfected, represents a major societal advancement. Should we arrive at this proposed future, it may mean the end of traffic accidents, better infrastructure, and reduced emissions. It might also forever change the future of pizza delivery. Domino’s Pizza and Ford Motor Company are partnering to examine how self-driving cars impact pizza delivery. The collaboration will analyze consumer reactions in an attempt ...
Tags: Feature, Usa, Ford, Autos, Car Tech, Domino, University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mcity, Ford Motor Company, Weiner, Ann Arbor Michigan, Detroit Michigan, Christopher Taylor, Car News, Carl Anthony


The next stop for the driverless shuttle bus is the University of Michigan

Students and staff at the University of Michigan will soon be getting around campus on a driverless shuttle bus. The free service starts in the fall and will use two buses built by French firm Navya. The post The next stop for the driverless shuttle bus is the University of Michigan appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Michigan, Autonomous Cars, University Of Michigan, Driverless, Mcity, University of, Navya


The next stop for the driverless bus is the University of Michigan

Students and staff at the University of Michigan will soon be getting around campus on a driverless shuttle bus. The free service starts in the fall and will use two buses built by French firm Navya. The post The next stop for the driverless bus is the University of Michigan appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Cars, Trends, Michigan, Autonomous Cars, Self-driving, University Of Michigan, Driverless, Mcity, University of, Navya


Las Vegas launches the first electric autonomous shuttle on U.S. public roads

 Las Vegas, transportation beat reporters can’t quit you; CES was like a car extravaganza, and now you’re launching a self-driving, fully electric shuttle on public streets. The shuttles are the result of a partnership between shuttle-maker Navya, fleet logistics provider Keolis and the city of Las Vegas, and began picking up members of the public today, riding a regular route…
Tags: TC, Transportation, Tech, Automotive, Las Vegas, Nevada, Robotics, GreenTech, Mcity, Keolis


Kettering Repurposes Flint’s ‘Chevy in the Hole’ for Autonomous Driving R&D Center

The former General Motors site along the Flint River was officially known as Chevrolet Flint Manufacturing, but many of the folks who worked there and Flint locals called it “Chevy in the Hole” — likely a reference to its location in the river valley. It was once GM’s most profitable operation, producing millions of Chevys, engines, AC spark […] The post Kettering Repurposes Flint’s ‘Chevy in the Hole’ for Autonomous Driving R&D Center appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: General Motors, Gm, Autos, Autonomous Vehicles, Chevy, Autonomous Cars, R&D, Mcity, Flint, Flint River, Kettering University, News Blog


Paving the way for the autonomous truck

 Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are progressing technology in the trucking industry and helping to pave the path to fully autonomous trucks. Read More
Tags: TC, Transportation, Column, Tech, Automotive, Autonomous Vehicles, Self-driving Trucks, Mcity, Otto



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