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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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Why Cybersecurity is Crucial for Self-Driving Cars

, June 16, 2020

When Apollo 11 landed on the moon in 1969, the 70-pound Apollo Guidance Computers in the LEM and command module each contained less than 4 KB of RAM and another 72 KB of ROM. A brand-new SUV, by contrast, contains several computers — among them an ECU, GPS, driver assist aids, an infotainment system — before we […]

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ACM Smart City Test Center Re-Opens Outdoor Test Activities

, May 11, 2020

The ACM Smart City Test Center re-opens outdoor test activities in alignment with CDC guidelines and the State of Michigan Executive Order 2020-77. To ensure the health and safety of ACM customers and employees, testing is limited to outdoor activities. Engineering services will also be available to assist in getting projects back on track and […]

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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 […]

learn more >

Why Cybersecurity is Crucial for Self-Driving Cars

, June 16, 2020

When Apollo 11 landed on the moon in 1969, the 70-pound Apollo Guidance Computers in the LEM and command module each contained less than 4 KB of RAM and another 72 KB of ROM. A brand-new SUV, by contrast, contains several computers — among them an ECU, GPS, driver assist aids, an infotainment system — before we […]

learn more >

ACM Smart City Test Center Re-Opens Outdoor Test Activities

, May 11, 2020

The ACM Smart City Test Center re-opens outdoor test activities in alignment with CDC guidelines and the State of Michigan Executive Order 2020-77. To ensure the health and safety of ACM customers and employees, testing is limited to outdoor activities. Engineering services will also be available to assist in getting projects back on track and […]

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American Center for Mobility Names Reuben Sarkar President & CEO

YPSILANTI, Mich, April 27, 2020

Government and mobility technology leader appointed to take reigns of smart city test center  The American Center for Mobility (ACM) today announced that Reuben Sarkar has been selected as president and chief executive officer (CEO) following a national executive search. Sarkar will oversee the strategic direction of the award-winning smart city test center, work with the […]

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Smart Car Road Testing 101

Smart Car Road Testing 101

, April 6, 2020

Autonomous driving technologies are revolutionizing America’s cars and highways, in an effort to give us greater safety, access and peace of mind than ever before. It’s also posing unique opportunities and challenges for our cities, which are beginning to rethink the streetscape and the infrastructure that supports our ever-mobile lifestyle. Although testing bodies like the NHTSA and IIHS have […]

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