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Webinar: ACM & Mcity OS

January 25, 2021

The Mcity cloud-based Operating System is specifically built for creating and executing Connected and Automated Vehicle technical use case scenarios. Especially valuable when smart infrastructure and intelligent transportation systems (ITS) are involved, ACM is the first company to license and integrate this rigorous tool with both simulated and physical test infrastructure (Read Press Release), including functionality such as:

  • Visual programming of repeatable, complex test scenarios
  • Ability to handle large volumes of vehicles, both virtual and real OBUs
  • Vulnerable road user visualization and coordination, including robotic proxy platforms
  • Weather alerts and data recording
  • Durable connections across a variety of wireless technologies
  • Support for additional / dynamic road layouts, precise placement of static test features (cones, traffic signs, obstacles, etc.)
  • Complex behavior in easy-to-use trigger blocks (e.g., time of arrival)
  • Pedestrian mobile application for ground truth measurements

Join ACM and Mcity February 3, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. EST as they discuss what Mcity OS is, how it works and the value and efficiencies it brings to CAV test engineers as they work to validate new mobility technologies.

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DESTINATION ACM

, January 27, 2021 Experience VSI’s Research Vehicles & American Center for Mobility Destination ACM will consist of a quarterly long-distance drive utilizing VSI’s research vehicles throughout 2021. Each drive will launch from VSI’s Minneapolis headquarters, following various driving routes to ACM, where testing and demonstrations will be conducted at the 500+ acre facility. ACM is a mobility hub […] learn more >

First license for AV testing software developed by U-M’s Mcity goes to American Center for Mobility

, January 25, 2021 January 25, 2021, ANN ARBOR, Michigan—A unique new cloud-based operating system for testing connected or automated vehicles has for the first time been licensed for use beyond Mcity at the University of Michigan, where it was developed. The Mcity OS software, which lets researchers create and execute complex, highly repeatable testing scenarios for vehicles that […] learn more >