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FUSED AEB WITH THERMALCAN SAVE LIVES

September 21, 2020

A test summary for testing agencies, automotive manufactures and Tier 1 suppliers In July of 2020 FLIR Systems, Inc. (FLIR) engaged VSI Labs (VSI) to test the world’s first fused automatic emergency braking (AEB) sensor suite, employing a thermal longwave infrared (LWIR) camera, a radar, a visible camera, and a convolutional neural network (CNN). Read […]

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Interview with Reuben Sarkar – Sept 2020 Automotive Testing Technology International

September 10, 2020

Check out the September 2020 Automotive Testing Technology International interview with ACM, “New CEO Reuben Sarkar explains the vision for the American Center for Mobility as part of an ecosystem for connected and AV development.” Join writer Graham Heeps in a discussion with Reuben Sarkar as they discuss vision for growth: “We’re developing partnerships across a spectrum […]

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Michigan Connected Corridor: Building on a Legacy of Innovation

, August 19, 2020

From the Willow Run Expressway, to I-94, to one of the first dedicated connected and autonomous vehicle corridors. ACM is excited to build on the legacy of innovation as a testing partner on a revolutionary project connecting the cities of Ann Arbor and Detroit that will provide new mobility solutions helping to make daily commuting […]

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Cyber Research Firm GRIMM Co-Locates at ACM

, July 13, 2020

ACM is excited to announce cyber research firm GRIMM will be co-locating at ACM to support automotive cybersecurity projects. This is GRIMM’s second location in Michigan enabling the expansion of GRIMM’s team into the heart of advanced transportation mobility testing and research. GRIMM moves in on July 17, 2020 with plans to have their Car-Hacking Workbench […]

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FUSED AEB WITH THERMALCAN SAVE LIVES

, September 21, 2020

A test summary for testing agencies, automotive manufactures and Tier 1 suppliers In July of 2020 FLIR Systems, Inc. (FLIR) engaged VSI Labs (VSI) to test the world’s first fused automatic emergency braking (AEB) sensor suite, employing a thermal longwave infrared (LWIR) camera, a radar, a visible camera, and a convolutional neural network (CNN). Read […]

learn more >

Interview with Reuben Sarkar – Sept 2020 Automotive Testing Technology International

, September 10, 2020

Check out the September 2020 Automotive Testing Technology International interview with ACM, “New CEO Reuben Sarkar explains the vision for the American Center for Mobility as part of an ecosystem for connected and AV development.” Join writer Graham Heeps in a discussion with Reuben Sarkar as they discuss vision for growth: “We’re developing partnerships across a spectrum […]

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Michigan Connected Cooridor

Michigan Connected Corridor: Building on a Legacy of Innovation

, August 19, 2020

From the Willow Run Expressway, to I-94, to one of the first dedicated connected and autonomous vehicle corridors. ACM is excited to build on the legacy of innovation as a testing partner on a revolutionary project connecting the cities of Ann Arbor and Detroit that will provide new mobility solutions helping to make daily commuting […]

learn more >

Cyber Research Firm GRIMM Co-Locates at ACM

, July 13, 2020

ACM is excited to announce cyber research firm GRIMM will be co-locating at ACM to support automotive cybersecurity projects. This is GRIMM’s second location in Michigan enabling the expansion of GRIMM’s team into the heart of advanced transportation mobility testing and research. GRIMM moves in on July 17, 2020 with plans to have their Car-Hacking Workbench […]

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Jeff Rupp Announces Retirement

Ypsilanti, July 2, 2020

After two years leading technology development at American Center for Mobility, Chief Technical Officer and Chief Safety Officer, Jeff Rupp has officially announced his career retirement starting July 2, 2020. Rupp started with ACM in May of 2018 with a focus on establishing a facility with world class capabilities for testing and developing automated vehicle technologies. […]

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2020 Middle Skill Workforce Report

Ypsilanti, MI, June 26, 2020

ACM and the University of Michigan announce the release of Understanding the Middle Skills Workforce in the Connected and Automated Vehicle Sector report focused on middle skills needs in connected and autonomous vehicles workforce targeted in testing and infrastructure, funded by the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation. The research, performed by the University of Michigan Economic Growth […]

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